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  • 81Louis XIV — • King of France, b. at Saint Germain en Laye, 16 September, 1638; d. at Versailles, 1 September, 1715; was the son of Louis XIII and Anne of Austria, and became king, upon the death of his father, 14 May 1643 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight …

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  • 82Mansions of Rastafari — Haile Selassie of Ethiopia Mansions of Rastafari are branches of the Rastafari movement. Mansions include the Bobo Shanti, the Niyabinghi, the Twelve Tribes of Israel, and others. The term is taken from the Biblical verse in John 14:2, In my… …

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  • 83Machiavelli as a dramatist — Niccolò Machiavelli started work with the Chancery in Florence at the age of 29, traveling on diplomatic missions around Europe. In the 14 years he served the Chancery, he met great statesmen and politicians, including Louis XII, Emperor… …

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  • 84urban culture — ▪ sociology Introduction       any of the behavioral patterns of the various types of cities and urban areas, both past and present. Definitions of the city and urban cultures       Research on urban cultures naturally focuses on their defining… …

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  • 85Otto I (The Great) —     Otto I, the Great     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Otto I, the Great     Roman emperor and German king, b. in 912; d. at Memleben, 7 May, 973; son of Henry I and his consort Mathilda. In 929 he married Edith, daughter of King Athelstan of… …

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  • 86Varg Vikernes — Background information Birth name Kristian Larsson Vikernes Also known as Count Grishnackh, Greven …

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  • 87African nationalism — is the nationalist political movement for one unified Africa, or the less significant objective of the acknowledgment of African tribes by instituting their own states, as well as the safeguarding of their indigenous customs. Establishments which …

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  • 88Anglicanism — • A term used to denote the religious belief and position of members of the established Church of England Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Anglicanism     Anglicanism      …

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  • 89Rome — • The significance of Rome lies primarily in the fact that it is the city of the pope Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Rome     Rome     † …

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  • 90Madurai Nayak Dynasty — Madurai Nayak Kingdom Approximate extent of the Madurai Nayakar Kingdom, circa 1570 CE. Official language Telugu, Tamil Capitals Madurai 1529 – 1616, Tiruchirapalli1616–1634, again Madurai 1634 – 1695, Tiruchirapalli1695 1716,Madurai 1716–1736 …

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  • 91Nizami Ganjavi — Nizami (Ganjavi) A 20th century woven depiction of Nezami Born 1141 (app …

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  • 92SHABBETAI ẒEVI — (1626–1676), the central figure of Shabbateanism, the messianic movement named after him. Background of the Movement Shabbateanism was the largest and most momentous messianic movement in Jewish history subsequent to the destruction of the Temple …

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  • 93Devil — • The name commonly given to the fallen angels, who are also known as demons. With the article (ho) it denotes Lucifer, their chief, as in Matthew 25:41, the Devil and his angels Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Devil     Devil …

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  • 94Arnor — Place from J. R. R. Tolkien s legendarium Other names North kingdom Description Northern Númenórean realm in exile Location Northwest of Middle earth Lifespan Founded S.A. 3320 …

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  • 95Pepi II Neferkare — Pepy, Phiops or Fiops Alabaster statue of Ankhesenmeryre II and her son Pepi II …

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  • 96Ndlovukati — (pl. Tindlovukati) is a Swati title (Indlovukazi in Zulu) that roughly means Queen Mother or Senior Queen, and is given preferentially to the mother of the King or another female royal of high status if the King s mother has died. Origins… …

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  • 97Brandenburg — Brandenburger, n. /bran deuhn berrg /; Ger. /brddahn deuhn boorddk /, n. 1. a state in NE central Germany. 2,700,000; 10,039 sq. mi. (26,000 sq. km.). Cap.: Potsdam. 2. a city in NE Germany. 95,203 * * * Historical region and province of Prussia …

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  • 98Ramses II — 1292 1225 B.C., king of ancient Egypt. * * * known as Ramses the Great flourished 13th century BC King of ancient Egypt, 1279–13 BC. His family came to power some decades after the reign of Akhenaton. Ramses set about restoring Egypt s power by… …

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  • 99Hobbes, Thomas — born April 5, 1588, Westport, Wiltshire, Eng. died Dec. 4, 1679, Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire English philosopher and political theorist. The son of a vicar who abandoned his family, Hobbes was raised by his uncle. After graduating from the… …

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  • 100Cyrus Cylinder — The Cyrus Cylinder, obverse and reverse sides …

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