Mount Ptolemy

Mount Ptolemy

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  • Mount Ptolemy (Antarctica) — Mount Ptolemy (68°33′S 65°58′W / 68.55°S 65.967°W / 68.55; 65.967) is an isolated block mountain with four main summits, the highest rising to 1,370 meters. It lies close north of the …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Ptolemy (Canada) — For other uses, see Mount Ptolemy. Mount Ptolemy …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Athos — • The mountain that the architect Dinocrates offered to turn into a statue of Alexander the Great with a city in one hand and in the other a perennially flowing spring Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Mount Athos     Mount Ath …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • PTOLEMY THE GEOGRAPHER° — (second century C.E.), Alexandrian astronomer and geograher. Among his many works was a Geography in eight books in which he fixed the longitude and latitude of thousands of places, including many in Palestine: Ptolemais (Acre), Sycaminon (Haifa) …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Mount Imeon — area with the ancient Bulgar lands according to Acad. Suren T. Eremian’s reconstruction of the original ‘Ashharatsuyts’ map of Central Asia. Mount Imeon is an ancient name for the Central Asian complex of mountain ranges comprising the present… …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Timosthenes — (69°8′S 65°57′W / 69.133°S 65.95°W / 69.133; 65.95) is a prominent peak between the head of Hariot Glacier and the north side of Airy Glacier, 3 nautical miles (6 km) …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Batten — Not to be confused with Mountbatten or Earl Mountbatten of Burma. For the RAF seaplane station and flying boat base, see RAF Mount Batten. Mount Batten from Plymouth Hoe Mount Batten is a 24 metre tall outcrop of rock on a 600 metre… …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Judi — Jūdī, Cudi, Cûdî, Qardū Elevation 2,089 m (6,854 ft) Location Location …   Wikipedia

  • GERIZIM, MOUNT — (Heb. הַר גְּרִזִּים), mountain in Ereẓ Israel, S. of Shechem. After crossing the Jordan River, the children of Israel were commanded to build a stone altar on Mt. Ebal, to engrave upon it all the words of this law (Deut. 27:4–8), and to set the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Crowsnest Range — Range Crownsnest Mountain and Seven Sisters Mountain in the Crowsnest Range …   Wikipedia