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  • 81Ancient See of Westeraas —     Ancient See of Westeraas     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient See of Westeraas     (AROSI, AROSIENSIS).     Located in Sweden. The Catholic diocese included the lands of Vestmanland and Stora, Kopparberg (Dalecarlia, Dalarne), and the… …

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  • 82Ancient See of York —     Ancient See of York     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient See of York     (EBORACENSIS).     The seat of metropolitan jurisdiction for the northern province. It is not known when or how Christianity first reached York, but there was a bishop… …

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  • 83Ancient reenactment — tends to focus on portrayals of the Greco Roman world, and especially on modern recreations of Roman legions and ancient Greek hoplites.Roman reenactingMost groups that concentrate on Roman reenacting focus on one particular Roman legion; nearly… …

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  • 84Ancient Mysteries (documentary) — Ancient Mysteries is an A E documentary television series that was originally broadcast on A E from 1994 until 1997. It has not been on television since 2000. The series deals with historical mysteries and is hosted by Leonard Nimoy, which… …

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  • 85Ancient See of Trondhjem —     Ancient See of Trondhjem     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient See of Trondhjem     (NIDAROS).     In Norway it was the kings who introduced Christianity, which first became known to the people during their martial expeditions (Hergenröther,… …

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  • 86Ancient Diocese of Saint Asaph —     Ancient Diocese of Saint Asaph     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient Diocese of Saint Asaph     (ASSAVENSIS, originally ELVIENSIS)     This diocese was founded by St. Kentigern about the middle of the sixth century when he was exiled from his …

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  • 87Ancient See of Strengnas —     Ancient See of Strengnäs     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ancient See of Strengnäs     (STRENGAE, STRENGENSIA; STRENGENESIS).     Located in Sweden. The diocese consisted of the County of Nykoping, the County of Stockholm south of Lake Malar,… …

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  • 88Ancient Trastevere Rooms — (Рим,Италия) Категория отеля: Адрес: Via della Lungara 18, Трастевере, 001 …

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  • 89Ancient 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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  • 90Ancient 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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  • 91Ancient 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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  • 92Rome — 1.) the capital city of Italy, which is famous for its art, its history, and its many public and religious buildings from ancient times and the ↑Renaissance. It also contains the ↑Vatican City, a separate state where the Pope lives. 2.) Rome wasn …

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  • 93ancient history — noun uncount 1. ) the study of the people and way of life that existed a very long time ago, especially in Greece or Rome 2. ) INFORMAL things that happened a long time ago and so are no longer important: You can t still be upset about that it s… …

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  • 94Ancient Macedonians — The expansion of ancient Macedon up to the death of King Philip II (r. 359–336 BC). The Macedonians (Greek: Μακεδόνες, Makedónes) originated from inhabitants of the northeastern part of the Greek peninsula, in the alluvial plain around the rivers …

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  • 95ancient Greek civilization — ▪ historical region, Eurasia Introduction       the period following Mycenaean civilization, which ended in about 1200 BC, to the death of Alexander the Great, in 323 BC. It was a period of political, philosophical, artistic, and scientific… …

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  • 96Ancient Greek philosophy — Raphael s School of Athens, depicting an array of ancient Greek philosophers engaged in discussion. Ancient Greek philosophy arose in the 6th century BCE and continued through the Hellenistic period, at which point Ancient Greece was incorporated …

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  • 97Ancient art — Arts of the ancient world refers to the many types of art that were in the cultures of ancient societies, such as those of ancient China, India, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and RomeArtsSee ancient music, etc.AfricaMoroccoThe earliest figurine the… …

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  • 98Ancient technology — See Ancient technology in Stargate for the technology of the aliens known as the Ancients in the fictional Stargate universe .During the growth of the ancient civilizations, ancient technology was the result from advances in engineering in… …

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  • 99Rome Antics — Infobox The Goodies episode name = Rome Antics number = 43 airdate = 7 April, 1975 (Monday 9 p.m.) director = producer = guests = Roy Kinnear as the Roman Emperor Oliver Gilbert as Attila the Hun series = 5Rome Antics is an episode of the British …

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  • 100ancient — an|cient1 W2 [ˈeınʃənt] adj [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: ancien, from Vulgar Latin anteanus, from Latin ante before ] 1.) belonging to a time long ago in history, especially thousands of years ago ≠ ↑modern ▪ the ancient civilizations… …

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