Palmyrene

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See also: Palmyrène and palmyrène

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Palmyrene (plural Palmyrenes)

  1. An inhabitant of ancient Palmyra, Syria.

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Palmyrene (not comparable)

  1. Of, from or relating to ancient Palmyra

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Palmyrene

  1. A West Aramaic dialect once spoken in the city of Palmyra, Syria.
  2. A country "in Asia, on the eastern boundary of Syria", the "ancient capital" of which was Palmyra.[1]

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  1. ^ De Havilland, Martha (1840), An Outline of the History of Ancient and Modern Rome (2nd ed.), Houlston & Stoneman, p. 128.