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  • 141Ancient Society — is a book written by Lewis H. Morgan published in 1877. In this book, Morgan developed his famous theory of the three stages of human progress, i.e., from Savagery through Barbarism to Civilization. Friedrich Engels based his Origin of the Family …

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  • 142Ancient vessel — may refer to: *Amphora, an ancient crockery, a kind of vase *Trireme, an ancient ship …

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  • 143Ancient (company) — Ancient Corp. is a video game developer founded and managed by Yuzo Koshiro. In addition to developing games, Ancient contributes by composing music.Some of the titles in which Ancient worked include Beyond Oasis , the Wangan Midnight Maximum… …

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  • 144Ancient language — may refer to: *Any language attested from ancient times, see list of languages by first written accounts, historical linguistics *Languages of classical antiquity, see Ancient Greek, Latin language. *Other classical languages *Any extinct… …

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  • 145Ancient Chinese glass — refers to all types of glass manufactured in China prior to the Qing Dynasty (1644 1911). In Chinese history, glass played a peripheral role in the arts and crafts, when compared to ceramics and metal work [Braghin 2002a] . The limited… …

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  • 146Ancient Mexico — was an exhibition by William Bullock of casts of Aztec artifacts and both copies and originals of Aztec codices, held in 1824 in the Egyptian Hall in Piccadilly, London. Objects exhibited included the calendar stone (described as Montezuma s… …

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  • 147Ancient Corinth Archaeological Museum — is a museum in Corinth, Greece.The museum houses a large collection of treasures from the local archaeological site that illustrate much about Ancient Corinth through Greek, Roman and Byzantine rule. Exhibits include statues, mosaics, pottery and …

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  • 148Ancient Coin Collectors Guild — was founded in 2004 as an advocacy group for private collectors of ancient coins. The guild is a 501(c)4 non profit organization chartered in the American state of Missouri. Under its bylaws, The purpose of the Ancient Coin Collectors Guild is to …

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  • 149Ancient Paleros — was an city of ancient Greece, situated in the northwest part of what is now the region ( periphery ) of Epirus. The city, ruinous for centuries, is thought to have existed during the Mycenean period, since parts of the city walls appear to date… …

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  • 150Ancient Domains of Mystery — Concepteur Thomas Biskup Date de sortie 1994 Genre Rogue like Mode de jeu Un joueur Plate forme Linux, DOS, Amiga, Mac OS …

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  • 151Ancient Diocese and Monastery of Lindisfarne —     Ancient Diocese and Monastery of Lindisfarne     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient Diocese and Monastery of Lindisfarne     (Lindisfarnensis).     The island of Lindisfarne lies some two miles off the Northumberland coast, nine and one half… …

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  • 152Ancient Diocese of Bristol —     Ancient Diocese of Bristol     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient Diocese of Bristol     (BRISTOLIA, BRISTOLIENSIS).     This English diocese, which takes its very origin from measures directed against the Church, has a very brief Catholic… …

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  • 153Ancient Diocese of Hereford —     Ancient Diocese of Hereford     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient Diocese of Hereford     (HEREFORDENSIS)     Located in England. Though the name of Putta, the exiled Bishop of Rochester, is usually given as the first Bishop Of Hereford (676) …

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  • 154Ancient Diocese of Macon —     Ancient Diocese of Mâcon     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient Diocese of Mâcon     (MATISCONENSIS)     Located in Burgundy. The city of Mâcon, formerly the capital of the Mâconnais, now of the Department of Saône et Loire, became a civitas… …

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  • 155Ancient Diocese of Norwich —     Ancient Diocese of Norwich     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient Diocese of Norwich     (NORDOVICUM; NORVICUM).     Though this see took its present name only in the eleventh century, its history goes back five hundred years earlier to the… …

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  • 156Ancient Diocese of Vaison —     Ancient Diocese of Vaison     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient Diocese of Vaison     (VASIONENSIS.)     This was suppressed by the Concordat of 1801, and its territory is now included in the Dioceses of Avignon and Valence. St. Albinus (d.… …

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  • 157Ancient Diocese of Worcester —     Ancient Diocese of Worcester     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient Diocese of Worcester     (WIGORNIENSIS.)     Located in England, created in 680 when, at the Synod of Hatfield under St. Theodore, Archbishop of Canterbury, the great Mercian… …

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  • 158Ancient See of Aarhus in Denmark —     Ancient See of Aarhus in Denmark     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient See of Aarhus in Denmark     (ARUSIA, ARUSIENSIS).     The diocese included the provinces (amter) of Aarhus and Randers, the islands of Samso and Tuno, and, after 1396,… …

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  • 159Ancient See of Bergen in Norway —     Ancient See of Bergen in Norway     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient See of Bergen in Norway     (BERGA, BERGENSIS.)     The diocese included the Provinces of Nordre and Sondre Bergenhus, and the district of Sondmor in the Province of… …

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  • 160Ancient See of Oslo in Norway —     Ancient See of Oslo in Norway     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient See of Oslo in Norway     (ASLOIA, ASLOENSIS.)     Oslo occupied part of the site of Christiania (founded 1624). After the formation of the Diocese of Hamar in 1152, the… …

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