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  • 81Sack of Rome (455) — The second of three barbarian sacks of Rome, the sack of 455 was at the hands of the Vandals, then at war with the usurping Western Roman Emperor Petronius Maximus. In 455, the Vandal king Geiseric sailed his powerful fleet from the capital in… …

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  • 82Old Dutch — For the potato chip company, see Old Dutch Foods. Old Dutch Spoken in the Low Countries Era developed into Middle Dutch by the middle of the 12th century Language family Indo European …

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  • 83Languages of Portugal — Languages of country = Portugal official =Portuguese unofficial = main = minority = foreign = English (32%) French (24%) Spanish (9%) sign = Portuguese Sign Language keyboard = Portuguese QWERTY keyboard source = [http://ec.europa.eu/public… …

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  • 84Taifals — The Taifals, Taifali, Taifalae, Tayfals, or Theifali were a barbarian people settled by the late Roman Empire in Poitou in the fourth century. They served as dediticii and laeti in the Roman and subsequently Merovingian militaries. They were a… …

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  • 85Diocese of Africa — Dioecesis Africae Diocese of Africa Diocese of the Roman Empire …

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  • 86Praetorian prefecture of Africa — Infobox Former Subdivision native name = aut|Praefectura praetorio Africae conventional long name = Praetorian prefecture of Africa common name = Prefecture of Africa continent = Africa subdivision = Praet. Prefecture nation = the East Roman… …

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  • 87Siege of Rome (537–538) — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Siege of Rome partof=the Gothic War caption= date=March 537 ndash; March 538 AD place=Rome, Italy casus= territory=Rome successfully defended result=Roman victory combatant1=Eastern Roman Empire… …

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  • 88Neolithic Subpluvial — Part of a series on the History of Algeria …

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  • 89John Troglita — ( la. Ioannes Troglita) was a 6th century Roman general. His exploits against the Sassanid Persians in the East and especially against the Moorish rebels in North Africa are the subject of the last Latin epic poem of Antiquity, the Iohannis or de …

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  • 90List of Wars involving Greece — This is a list of wars fought involving Greece and Greek states between 2800 BC and 2005: Prehistoric Greece * (possible) invasion of Crete from Anatolia (1700 BC) * Invasion of Crete by Mycenaeans (1420 BC) Bronze Age Greek Dark Ages Ancient… …

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  • 91List of Tunisia-related topics — This is a partial list of topics related to Tunisia. Geography * Cap Bon (also known as Sharik Peninsula) * Ras ben Sakka (northernmost point of Africa) * Strait of Sicily Landforms Gulfs * Gulf of Gabès * Gulf of Hammamet * Gulf of Tunis Islands …

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  • 92Chalke — For other uses, see Chalke (disambiguation). Map of the ceremonial and administrative heart of Constantinople, showing the Chalke Gate in the right centre The Chalke Gate (Greek: Χαλκῆ Πύλη), was the main ceremonial entrance (vestibule) to the …

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  • 93Gothic language — Infobox Language name=Gothic region=Oium, Dacia, Italy, Gallia Narbonensis, Hispania. extinct=mostly extinct by the 8th century, remnants may have lingered into the 17th century familycolor=Indo European fam2=Germanic fam3=East Germanic… …

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  • 94Francisco Palau y Quer — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Padre Francisco Palau, O.C.D. Nombre Francisco Palau y Quer Nacimiento 29 de diciembre , 1811 Aytona, Lérida, España Fallecimiento 20 de marz …

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  • 95Genserico — Karl Briulov Detalle de Genserico saqueando Roma. Genserico (hacia 389 – 25 de enero de 477), rey de vándalos y alanos entre 428 y 477. Fue pieza clave en los conflictos ocurridos en el siglo V en el Imperio Romano de Occidente, y durante sus… …

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  • 96Saqueo de Roma (455) — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Para ver otros saqueos de Roma, véase Saqueo de Roma. La reputación tradicional de los vándalos: una visión idealizada del saqueo de Roma en 455 por Heinrich Leutemann, hacia 1870. El segundo de los tres s …

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  • 97vandalism — vandalistic, vandalish, adj. /van dl iz euhm/, n. 1. deliberately mischievous or malicious destruction or damage of property: vandalism of public buildings. 2. the conduct or spirit characteristic of the Vandals. 3. willful or ignorant… …

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  • 98Gothic language — Extinct Germanic language spoken by the Goths. Its records antedate those of other Germanic languages by about four centuries. Best known from a translation of the Bible into Gothic in AD 350, it died out among the Ostrogoths after the fall of… …

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  • 99East Germanic languages — Introduction  group of long extinct Germanic languages once spoken by Germanic tribes located between the middle Oder and the Vistula. History       According to historical tradition, at least some of the Germanic tribes migrated to the mouth of… …

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  • 100Procopius of Caesarea — • Biographical article providing an overview of the historian s life and major writings Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Procopius of Caesarea     Procopius of Caesarea …

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