Thyatira staphyla is a moth in the family Drepanidae. It was described by Paul Dognin in 1890. It is found in Loja Province, Ecuador.
Thyateira was the name of an ancient Greek city in Asia Minor, now the modern Turkish city of Akhisar. The name is probably Lydian. It lies in the far west of Turkey, south of Istanbul and almost due east of Athens. It is about 50 miles (80 km) from the Aegean Sea.
Akhisar is a county district and its town center in Manisa Province in the Aegean region of Western Turkey. Akhisar is also the ancient city of Thyatira.
The peach blossom is a moth of the family Drepanidae. It was first described by Carl Linnaeus in his 1758 10th edition of Systema Naturae.
The Battle of Thyatira was fought in 366 at Thyatira, Lydia, between the army of the Roman Emperor Valens and the army of the usurper Procopius, led by his general Gomoarius.
Lydia of Thyatira is a woman mentioned in the New Testament who is regarded as the first documented convert to Christianity in Europe. Several Christian denominations have designated her a saint.
Thyatira is an unincorporated community in eastern Tate County, Mississippi, United States. It is located approximately 11 miles east of the county seat of Senatobia and 21 miles west of Holly Springs in Marshall County. The main thoroughfare is Mississippi Highway 4. Thyatira is home to two of the oldest Churches of Christ on record in the state, both of which bear the same name: Thyatira Church of Christ. It lies at an elevation of 371 feet (131 m).
The Thyatirinae, or false owlet moths, are a subfamily of the moth family Drepanidae with about 200 species described. Until recently, most classifications treated this group as a separate family called Thyatiridae.
Thyatira Presbyterian Church, Cemetery, and Manse is a historic church at 220 White Road off NC 150 in Mill Bridge in Rowan County, North Carolina, ten miles west of the town of Salisbury. Presbyterians have been worshiping at this site since at least 1753.
Horithyatira is a genus of moths belonging to the subfamily Thyatirinae of the Drepanidae.
Thyatira is a genus of moths belonging to the subfamily Thyatirinae of the Drepanidae. It was erected by Ferdinand Ochsenheimer in 1816.
Thyatira bodemeyeri is a moth in the family Drepanidae. It was described by Otto Bang-Haas in 1934. It was described from Persia.
Thyatira brasiliensis is a moth in the family Drepanidae. It was described by Werny in 1966. It is found in Brazil.
Thyatira casta is a moth in the family Drepanidae. It was described by Felder in 1874. It is found in Colombia.
Thyatira cognata is a moth in the family Drepanidae. It was described by Warren in 1888. It is found in India.
Thyatira dysimata is a moth in the family Drepanidae. It was described by West in 1932. It is found in the Philippines (Luzon).
Thyatira hedemanni is a moth in the family Drepanidae. It was described by Hugo Theodor Christoph in 1885. It is found in Georgia, Turkey, Armenia, Iran and Azerbaijan.
Thyatira mexicana is a moth in the family Drepanidae. It was described by Henry Edwards in 1884. It is found in the US state of Arizona through Central America to South America.
Thyatira vicina is a moth in the family Drepanidae. It was described by Achille Guenée in 1852. It is found on Java and Bali in Indonesia.
Le Building is a 2005 French animated short film directed by a team of final year students at Gobelins, l'École de l'image. The story depicts a series of slapstick accidents that cause destruction to a three-story apartment complex. Le Building's team of five directors is composed of Pierre Perifel and Olivier Staphylas, both of whom went on to become Annie Award-recognized animators at DreamWorks, Xavier Ramonède and Annie award-nominated Marco Nguyen, who have continued their careers with animation credits on various high-profile French productions, and Rémi Zaarour, who has since become a comic book artist, published under the pseudonym Pozla.
Olivier Staphylas is a French animator, best known for his work at DreamWorks Animation and for his award-winning student film, Le Building. He joined DreamWorks in 2006 and, within a few years, attained the role of supervising animator on How to Train Your Dragon. His work on 2011's Puss in Boots, supervising the titular character's animation, earned him nominations for an Annie Award and a Visual Effects Society Award. He then served as head of character animation on Penguins of Madagascar. Starting in 2014, he served in that position at Oriental DreamWorks.