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  • 161Philosophy and its background in the early medieval West — Rosamond McKitterick and John Marenbon ‘Libraries, schools and the dissemination of texts’ is by Rosamond McKitterick; the ‘Introduction’ and ‘Philosophical themes’ are by John Marenbon. INTRODUCTION The period from 800 to 1100 is even more… …

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  • 162CREATION AND COSMOGONY IN THE BIBLE — The Hebrew Bible commences with a majestic cosmological account of the genesis of the universe. According to Genesis 1:1–2:4a (the P account according to the documentary hypothesis), God created the world in six days and rested on the seventh day …

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  • 163GABIROL, SOLOMON BEN JUDAH, IBN — (c. 1021–c. 1057; Ar. Abu Ayyub Sulayman ibn Yahya ibn Gabirul; Lat. Avicebron), Spanish poet and philosopher. His Life The main source of information on Ibn Gabirol s life is his poems, although frequently they offer no more than hints. A number …

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  • 164Prince — Prince, from the Latin root princeps , is a general term for a monarch, for a member of a monarch s or former monarch s family, and is a hereditary title in some members of Europe s highest nobility. The female equivalent is a princess.Historical …

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  • 165Romulus and Remus — Infobox Monarch name =Romulus and Remustitle =King of Rome reign =?, 753 BC – 717 BC coronation = predecessor =None successor =Numa Pompilius suc type = heir = consort = issue = royal house = royal anthem = father =Mars mother =Rhea Silvia date… …

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  • 166Vortigern — (pronEng|ˈvɔrtɨɡɝːn; also spelled Vortiger and Vortigen, and in Welsh Gwrtheyrn), was a 5th century warlord in Britain, a leading ruler among the Britons (Brythons). His existence is considered likely, though information about him is shrouded in… …

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  • 167Yamato period — This is summary of two more detailed articles, Kofun period and Asuka period. The nihongo|Yamato period|大和時代| Yamato jidai is the period of Japanese history when the Japanese Imperial court ruled from modern day Nara Prefecture, then known as… …

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  • 168Apocalyptic literature — This entry only concerns the historical genre of apocalyptic literature. Justifications and interpretations within theological contexts are abundantly available at entries for individual books. For other uses, see Apocalypse (disambiguation) for… …

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  • 169Lakhmids — Map of the cities of Mesopotamia at the time of The Lakhmids. The Lakhmids (Arabic: اللخميون‎), Banu Lakhm (Arabic: بنو لخم‎), Muntherids (Arabic: المناذرة‎), were a group of Arab Christians who lived in Southern Iraq …

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  • 170Nashik — This article is about the municipality in Maharashtra, India. For its namesake district, see Nashik district. Nashik Nasik, (नाशिक) Wine Capital Of India   metropolitan city   …

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  • 171Christ the King — This article is about the title of Jesus. For other uses, see Christ the King (disambiguation). Christ the King, a detail from the Ghent Altarpiece by Jan van Eyck. Christ the King is a title of Jesus based on several passages of Scripture. It is …

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  • 172Salvation in Catholicism — According to Catholic teaching, Salvation (Greek soteria ; Hebrew yeshu ah ), has in Scriptural language the general meaning of liberation from straitened circumstances or from other evils, and of a translation into a state of freedom and… …

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  • 173Genealogy of Jesus — Rose window in Basilica of St Denis, France, depicting the ancestors of Christ from Jesse onwards …

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  • 174Kelsterbach — Infobox Ort in Deutschland Art = Stadt Wappen = Wappen Kelsterbach.jpg lat deg = 50 |lat min = 03 |lat sec = 42 lon deg = 08 |lon min = 31 |lon sec = 52 Lageplan = Bundesland = Hessen Regierungsbezirk = Darmstadt Landkreis = Groß Gerau Höhe = 107 …

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  • 175Bacchiadae — The Bacchiadae (Ancient Greek: Βακχιάδαι Bakkhiadai ), a tightly knit Doric clan, were the ruling family of archaic Corinth in the eighth and seventh centuries BCE, a period of Corinthian cultural power. Corinth had been a backwater in eighth… …

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  • 176The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao —   …

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  • 177feast — feaster, n. feastless, adj. /feest/, n. 1. any rich or abundant meal: The steak dinner was a feast. 2. a sumptuous entertainment or meal for many guests: a wedding feast. 3. something highly agreeable: The Rembrandt exhibition was a feast for the …

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  • 178Hatshepsut — /hat shep sooht/, n. 1495 75 B.C., queen of Egypt. Also, Hatasu, Hatshepset /hat shep set/. * * * Queen of Egypt (с 1472–58 BC). Daughter of Thutmose I and wife of Thutmose II, she first acted as regent for her stepson, Thutmose III, but soon… …

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  • 179sovereign — sovereignly, adv. /sov rin, sov euhr in, suv /, n. 1. a monarch; a king, queen, or other supreme ruler. 2. a person who has sovereign power or authority. 3. a group or body of persons or a state having sovereign authority. 4. a gold coin of the… …

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  • 180Frascati — • One of the six suburbicarian (i.e. neighbouring) dioceses from an immemorial date closely related to the Roman Church Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Frascati     Frascati     …

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