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  • 121Ancient Diocese of Embrun — The former French Catholic archdiocese of Embrun was suppressed after the French Revolution. Its see was Embrun Cathedral. It had as suffragans the diocese of Digne, diocese of Antibes and Grasse, diocese of Vence, diocese of Glandèves, diocese… …

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  • 122Rome —    The Schola Cantorum of the Lateran, the oldest Christian musical institution in Rome, has been traditionally attributed to Pope St. Gregory the Great (ruled 590–604) but possibly dates from the fourth century. Singers there received an… …

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  • 123ancient peoples — peoples of the ancient times, ancient civilizations, historical kingdoms of the near east near such as Greece and Rome …

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  • 124Ancient Diocese of Tarentaise — The Archdiocese of Tarentaise (Latin: Tarantasiensis) was a Roman Catholic diocese and archdiocese in France, with its see in Moûtiers, in the Tarentaise Valley in Savoie. It was established as a diocese in the 5th century, elevated to… …

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  • 125Ancient Diocese of Saintes — Cathedral of Saint Pierre de Saintes The former French diocese of Saintes existed from the sixth century, to the French Revolution. Its see was at Saintes in western France, in the modern department of Charente Maritime. After the Concordat of… …

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  • 126Ancient Diocese of Bazas — The Diocese of Bazas, centred on Bazas in Aquitaine, covered the Bazadais region, known under the Romans as the Vasatensis pagus after the ancient occupants, the Vasates. In the 2nd century it was part of the Novempopulania, one of the seventeen… …

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  • 127Ancient Diocese of Dol — The Breton and French Catholic diocese of Dol existed from 848 to the French Revolution. It was suppressed by the Concordat of 1801[1]. Its see was Dol Cathedral. Its scattered territory (deriving from the holdings of the Celtic monastery, and… …

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  • 128Ancient Diocese of Västerås — The former Catholic Diocese of Västerås was located in Sweden. It existed from the eleventh to the sixteenth century.HistoryThe diocese included the lands of Västmanland and Stora, Kopparberg (Dalecarlia, Dalarne), and the district of Fellingsbro …

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  • 129ancient history — UK / US noun [uncountable] 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… …

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  • 130Rome — [[t]roʊm[/t]] n. 1) geg Italian, Roma the capital of Italy, in the central part, on the Tiber: site of Vatican City. 2,817,227. 2) geg anh the ancient Italian kingdom, republic, and empire whose capital was the city of Rome 3) rel the Roman… …

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  • 131Rome — geographical name 1. city NW Georgia NW of Atlanta population 34,980 2. city E central New York NW of Utica population 34,950 3. (or Italian Roma) (or ancient Roma) city capital of Italy on the Tiber population 2,693,383 4. the Roman Empire …

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  • 132Ancient roads — This is a list of Historic Roads mdash; major long distance roads of significant historic value.In Europe, with the exception of the Roman roads, the paths were not fixed and depended on the topology and geography of the land. In the early Middle …

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  • 133Ancient Diocese of Arles — The former cathedral of St. Trophime, in Arles. The former French Catholic Archbishopric of Arles had its episcopal see in the city of Arles, in southern France. The Archbishopric of Arles was suppressed, and incorporated into the Archdiocese of… …

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  • 134Ancient Diocese of Riez — The former French Catholic diocese of Riez existed at least from fifth century Gaul to the French Revolution. Its see was at Riez, in the modern department of Alpes de Haute Provence. Contents 1 History 2 Bishops 2.1 To 1000 …

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  • 135Ancient Diocese of Die — The former French Catholic diocese of Die existed from 1678 to the French Revolution. It was suppressed by the Concordat of 1801, its territory going to the diocese of Grenoble.[1] Its see was Die Cathedral. It had been created from the diocese… …

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  • 136Rome — rəʊm n. capital city of Italy; capital of the ancient Roman Empire; the Roman Catholic Church; city in the state of New York (USA); city in Georgia (USA); variety of apple with round solid fruit and tough red skin …

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  • 137ancient —    Loosely, very old, antiquated or old fashioned. Often more specifically of the ages before the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 CE; especially of China, Egypt, Greece, Rome, etc. Also see Buddhist art, Egyptian art, encaustic, Etruscan… …

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  • 138Histoire de la Rome antique — Rome antique Monarchie romaine 753 – 509 av. J. C. République romaine 509 – 27 av. J. C. Empire romain 27 av. J. C. – 476 Empire byzantin 395 – 1453 …

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  • 139Triumph (Rome) — Rome episode title= Triumph caption= Caesar s Triumph season=1 (2005) episode=10 (HBO; see BBC editing) air date=November 6, 2005 (HBO) December 28, 2005 (BBC) writer=Adrian Hodges director=Alan Taylor setting=Rome time frame=April of 45 BC (… …

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  • 140Glossary of ancient Roman religion — This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. Ancient Roman religion …

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