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Sayenqueraghta, king of the Senecas. [George S Conover] -- Also known by nicknames like Seneca King or Old Smoke, Sayenqueraghta was a prominent leader of the Seneca Turtle Clan of present-day New York state.
This volume features a complete biography of his. Sayenqueraghta (c. – ) was the war chief of the eastern Seneca tribe in the midth century. His name in the Seneca language, meaning "Disappearing Smoke", is phonetically rendered as Kaieñãkwaahtoñ, and was spelled in a variety of ways, including Gayahgwaahdoh and Kayenquaraghton.
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Daguerreotype portrait of Anna M. Garbutt; Daguerreotype portrait of Nancy Sheffer Garbutt. Sayenqueraghta (c. – ) was the war chief of the eastern Seneca tribe in the midth century. His name in the Seneca language, meaning "Disappearing Smoke", is phonetically rendered as Kaieñãkwaahtoñ, and was spelled in a variety of ways, including Gayahgwaahdoh and Kayenquaraghton.
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As chief advisor to the emperor Nero, Lucius Annaeus Seneca was most influential in ancient Rome as a power behind the throne.
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As chief advisor to the emperor Nero, Lucius Annaeus Seneca was most influential in ancient Rome as a power behind the throne. His lasting fame derives from his writings on Stoic ideology, in which philosophy is a practical form of self-improvement rather than a matter of argument or wordplay.
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Below are several quotes/5.They were extremely effective and, at times, brutal. The Wyoming and Cherry Valley massacres—the bloodiest of many border fights—were largely the work of Butler’s Rangers, together with Cornplanter and Sayenqueraghta’s Senecas, Brant’s Mohawks and Indians from other tribes.Materials for the Construction of Shakespeare's Morals, the Stoic Legacy to the Renaissance Major Ethical Authorities.
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