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  • 161 Christianity in the 4th century — See also: Christianity in the 3rd century and Christianity in the 5th century Christianity in the 4th century was dominated by Constantine the Great, and the First Council of Nicea of 325, which was the beginning of the period of the First… …

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  • 162 Apostolic Succession — is the concept in Christianity that the succession of bishops, in uninterrupted lines, is historically traceable back to the original twelve apostles [Oskar Sommel, Rudolf Stählin Christliche Religion, Frankfurt 1960, 19] Within Catholic… …

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  • 163 Giordano Bruno — Infobox Philosopher region = Western Philosophy era = Renaissance philosophy color = #B0C4DE name = Giordano Bruno birth = 1548, Nola, Campania, Spanish Kingdom of Naples death = February 17, 1600 (aged age|1548|0|0|1600|2|17), Rome main… …

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  • 164 Juventus F.C. — Infobox Football club clubname = Juventus F.C. current =Juventus F.C. season 2008 09 fullname = Juventus Football Club S.p.A. nickname = La Vecchia Signora Also Madama in Piedmontese dialect.] (The Old Lady) La Fidanzata d Italia (The fiance of… …

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  • 165 Wicca — This article is about the duotheistic religion. For other uses, see Wicca (disambiguation). This pentacle, worn as a pendant, depicts a pentagram, or five pointed star, used as a symbol of Wicca by many adherents. Wicca (pronounced  …

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  • 166 Philip Neri — For the Mexican revolutionary general, see Felipe Neri. Saint Philip Neri Born July 22, 1515(1515 07 22) Florence Died May 27, 1595 …

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  • 167 Early Irish law — Redwood Castle Co. Tipperary, although built by the Normans, was later occupied by the MacEgan juristic family and served as a school of Irish law under them Early Irish law refers to the statutes that governed everyday life and politics in Early …

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  • 168 Roman Academies — includes a description of papal academies in Rome including historical and bibliographical notes concerning the more important of these. Roman Academies were associations of learned men and not institutes for instruction.These Roman Academies… …

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  • 169 A Tale of Two Cities — Infobox Book | name = A Tale of Two Cities title orig = translator = image caption = The title page of the first edition of A Tale of Two Cities . author = Charles Dickens cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series = genre …

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  • 170 Advocates of Saint Peter — The Advocates of Saint Peter (Italian: Avvocati di San Pietro, French: Avocats de Saint Pierre) were a body of jurists, whose stated main object was the defense of the Holy See in its rights and privileges, both in the spiritual and temporal… …

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  • 171 Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Valencia — For the Archdiocese in Venezuela, see Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Valencia en Venezuela. For the diocese in Brazil, see Roman Catholic Diocese of Valença. The Archdiocese of Valencia (Latin, Valentina) is a Catholic ecclesiastical territory… …

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  • 172 Januarius Maria Sarnelli — The Blessed Januarius Maria Sarnelli (September 121702 – June 301744) was one of S. Alphonsus Liguori s earliest companions.BiographyAs fourth son of Baron Angelo Sarnelli of Ciorani, he was born in Naples. From his childhood he was remarkable… …

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  • 173 History of European research universities — By the 18th century, universities published their own research journals, and by the 19th century, the German and the French university models had arisen. The German, or Humboldtian model, was conceived by Wilhelm von Humboldt and based on… …

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  • 174 Byzantium under the Palaiologoi — Infobox Former Country native name = Βασιλεία Ῥωμαίων conventional long name = Byzantine Empire common name = Byzantium year start = 1261 year end = 1453 date start = July 25 date end = May 29 event start = Recapture of Constantinople from the… …

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  • 175 Apostolici Regiminis — was a papal bull issued 19 December, 1513, by Pope Leo X, in defence of the Roman Catholic doctrine concerning the immortality of the soul. Theological contentIts object was to condemn a two fold doctrine then current: That the soul of man is of… …

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  • 176 conclave — /kon klayv, kong /, n. 1. a private or secret meeting. 2. an assembly or gathering, esp. one that has special authority, power, or influence: a conclave of political leaders. 3. the assembly or meeting of the cardinals for the election of a pope …

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  • 177 congregation — /kong gri gay sheuhn/, n. 1. an assembly of persons brought together for common religious worship. 2. the act of congregating or the state of being congregated. 3. a gathered or assembled body; assemblage. 4. an organization formed for the… …

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  • 178 Justinian I — /ju stin ee euhn/, (Flavius Anicius Justinianus) ( Justinian the Great ) A.D. 483 565, Byzantine emperor 527 565. * * * orig. Petrus Sabbatius born 483, Tauresium, Dardania died Nov. 14, 565, Constantinople Byzantine emperor (527–565). Determined …

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  • 179 Latin American art — Introduction       artistic traditions that developed in Mesoamerica, Central America, and South America after contact with the Spanish and Portuguese beginning in 1492 and 1500, respectively, and continuing to the present.       This article… …

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  • 180 musical instrument — Introduction       any device for producing a musical sound. The principal types of such instruments, classified by the method of producing sound, are percussion (percussion instrument), stringed (stringed instrument), keyboard (keyboard… …

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