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  • 141Francoist Spain — Estado Español Spanish State ← …

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  • 142HELLENISM — HELLENISM, term generally used by historians to refer to the period from the death of Alexander the Great (323 B.C.E.) to the death of Cleopatra and the incorporation of Egypt in the Roman Empire in 30 B.C.E. Egypt was the last important survivor …

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  • 143KING, KINGSHIP — (Heb. מלֶךְ, מַלְכוּת). In the Bible The term king in the biblical frame of reference and that of the Ancient Near East generally designates a governor and ruler, usually the sole authority over his subjects. This term is used to designate the… …

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  • 144Diana (mythology) — Ancient Roman religion Marcus Aurelius (head covered) sacrificing at the Temple of Jupiter …

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  • 145Middle 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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  • 146Marie de France — For the two French princess Marie, see Marie of France, Countess of Champagne and Marie of France, Duchess of Brabant. Marie de France Marie de France from an illuminated manuscript Born Brittany …

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  • 147Connacht — Connachta / Cúige Chonnacht Flag …

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  • 148Marcus Furius Camillus — Francesco Salviati, Triumph of Furius Camillus, Fresco in the Salone dei Cinquecento, Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy. Plutarch, Camillus: Camillus ... assumed more to himself than became a civil and legal magistrate; among other things, in the… …

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  • 149Kofun period — History of Japan Haniwa, horse statuette Paleolithic 35,000–14,000 BC Jōmon period 14,000–300 BC Yayoi period 300 BC–250 AD Kofun period 250–538 Asuk …

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  • 150Keiji Mutoh — in 2008 Ring name(s) Keiji Mutoh[1] The Great Muta[1] …

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  • 151Giovanni Botero — (c. 1544 1617) was an Italian thinker, priest, poet, and diplomat, best known for his 1589 work Della ragione di Stato (The Reason of State) . In this work, he argued against the amoral political philosophy associated with Niccolò Machiavelli s… …

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  • 152Kebineng — Chinese t=軻比能 s=轲比能Ke Bineng (172 235) was one of many Xianbei chieftains that rose in power following the victory of Cao Cao over the Wuhuan tribe. In the novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Ke Bineng was an ally of Cao Wei against the kingdom… …

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  • 153Timeline of the Karavas — The Ancient PeriodAncient Period Kuru Kingdom in India with its capital at Hastinapur, inhabited by the Kauravas and the Pandavas from the royal line of King Bharata. Mahabharata war between the Kauravas and their cousins the Pandavas and the… …

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  • 154Aesymnetes — (Gr. polytonic|αισυμνήτης, from polytonic|αισα, a just portion , hence a person who gives every­one his just portion ) was the name of an ancient Greek elected office similar to, and sometimes indistinguishable from, tyrant. [Citation last =… …

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  • 155Aurangzeb — /awr euhng zeb /, n. 1618 1707, Mogul emperor of Hindustan 1658 1707. Also, Aurungzeb. * * * orig. Muḥī al Dīn Muḥammad born Nov. 3, 1618, Dhod, Malwa, India died March 3, 1707 Last of the great Mughal emperors of India (r. 1658–1707). He was the …

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  • 156geneva — /jeuh nee veuh/, n. Hollands. [1700 10; < D genever < OF genevre < L juniperus JUNIPER] * * * I French Genève German Genf Italian Ginevra City (pop., 2001 est.: urban agglom., 464,000), capital of Geneva canton, southwestern Switzerland. At the&#8230; …

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  • 157Geneva — /jeuh nee veuh/, n. 1. a city in and the capital of the canton of Geneva, in SW Switzerland, on the Lake of Geneva: seat of the League of Nations 1920 46. 155,800. 2. a canton in SW Switzerland. 335,800; 109 sq. mi. (282 sq. km). 3. Lake of. Also …

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  • 158Richard II — 1. 1367 1400, king of England 1377 99 (successor to and grandson of Edward III; son of Edward, Prince of Wales). 2. (italics) a drama (1595?) by Shakespeare. * * * born Jan. 6, 1367, Bordeaux died February 1400, Pontefract, Yorkshire, Eng. King&#8230; …

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  • 159English language — Language belonging to the Germanic languages branch of the Indo European language family, widely spoken on six continents. The primary language of the U.S., Britain, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, and various Caribbean and Pacific&#8230; …

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  • 160Threefold office — The threefold office (Latin munus triplex) of Jesus Christ is a Christian doctrine based upon the teachings of the Old Testament. It was described by Eusebius and more fully developed by John Calvin. It states that Jesus Christ performed three&#8230; …

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