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  • 21List of Imperial Roman victory titles — This document is a list of victory titles assumed by Roman Emperors, not including assumption of the title Imperator (originally itself a victory title); note that the Roman Emperors were not the only persons to assume victory titles (Maximinus… …

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  • 22East Germanic languages — Infobox Language family name=East Germanic altname=Gothic region=Eastern Europe familycolor=Indo European fam1=Indo European fam2=Germanic child1=Gothic child2=Crimean Gothic child3=Vandalic child4=Burgundian The East Germanic languages are a… …

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  • 23List of Germanic languages — The Germanic languages include some 58 (SIL estimate) languages and dialects that originated in Europe; this language family is a part of the Indo European language family. Each subfamily in this list contains subgroups and individual languages.… …

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  • 24Byzantine navy — Infobox War Faction name= Byzantine Navy war= the Justinianic Wars, the Byzantine Arab Wars, the Rus Byzantine Wars, the Crusades and the Byzantine Ottoman wars caption= active= 330 1453 AD ideology= leaders= Byzantine Emperor (Commander in… …

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  • 25Vandal — 1. noun A member of an ancient east Germanic tribe famous for sacking Rome. 2. adjective Of or relating to the Vandals. Syn: Vandalic See Also: Vandalic …

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  • 26Vandal — Van dal, Vandalic Van*dal ic, a. Of or pertaining to the Vandals; resembling the Vandals in barbarism and destructiveness. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 27vandal — noun Etymology: Latin Vandalii (plural), of Germanic origin Date: 1530 1. capitalized a member of a Germanic people who lived in the area south of the Baltic Sea between the Vistula and the Oder rivers, overran Gaul, Spain, and northern Africa in …

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  • 28Cimbri — See Cimbrians for the unrelated contemporary dialect group of Northern Italy. The Cimbri were a tribe from Northern Europe, who, together with the Teutones and the Ambrones threatened the Roman Republic in the late 2nd century BC. The Cimbri were …

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  • 29List of extinct states — This page attempts to list the many extinct states, countries, nations, empires or territories that have ceased to exist as political entities, grouped geographically and by constitutional nature.Ancient and medieval statesStates and realms that… …

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  • 30Languages of Europe — Most of the many languages of Europe belong to the Indo European language family. Another major family is the Finno Ugric. The Turkic family also has several European members. The North and South Caucasian families are important in the… …

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  • 31Great Vowel Shift — The Great Vowel Shift was a major change in the pronunciation of the English language that took place in England between 1350 and 1500.[1] The Great Vowel Shift was first studied by Otto Jespersen (1860–1943), a Danish linguist and Anglicist, who …

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  • 32Norn language — Norn Spoken in Shetland, Orkney and Caithness Extinct by the 18th century (19th century at the latest); much earlier in Caithness Language family Indo European …

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  • 33Old Norse — dǫnsk tunga, dansk tunga ( Danish tongue ), norrœnt mál ( Norse language ) Spoken in Nordic countries, Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales, Isle of Man, Normandy, Vinland, the Volga and places in between …

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  • 34Old English — For other uses, see Old English (disambiguation). Old English Ænglisc, Anglisc, Englisc Spoken in England (except the extreme southwest and northwest), parts of modern Scotland south east of the Forth, and the eastern fringes of modern Wales …

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  • 35Battle of Ad Decimum — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Ad Decimum partof=the Vandalic War caption= date=September 13, 533 place=Near Carthage result=Byzantine victory combatant1=Eastern Roman Empire combatant2=Vandal Kingdom commander1=Flavius Belisarius… …

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  • 36Middle English — Spoken in England, south east Scotland and in Scottish burghs, to some extent in Ireland Extinct developed into Early Modern English, Scots and Yola in Wexford by the 16th century Language family …

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  • 37Ethnic cleansing — is a euphemism referring to the persecution through imprisonment, expulsion, or killing of members of an ethnic minority by a majority to achieve ethnic homogeneity in majority controlled territory. [ [http://www.merriam… …

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  • 38North Germanic languages — North Germanic Scandinavian Geographic distribution: Northern Europe Linguistic classification: Indo European Germanic North Germanic …

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  • 39Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz — Queen Charlotte redirects here. For other uses, see Queen Charlotte (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Duchess Charlotte Georgine of Mecklenburg Strelitz. Charlotte of Mecklenburg Strelitz Charlotte Mecklenburg Strelitz, by stu …

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  • 40Masaniello — is one of the most popular figures in Neapolitan tradition. See also: La muette de Portici Masaniello (an abbreviation of Tommaso Aniello) (1622 – July 16, 1647) was a Neapolitan fisherman, who became leader of the revolt against Spanish Habsburg …

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