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  • 141 Neferkare Neby — Pharaoh of Egypt Reign Unknown, 7th Dynasty? Predecessor Neferkare II? Successor Djedkare Shemai? …

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  • 142 Djedkare Shemai — Pharaoh of Egypt Reign Unknown, 7th Dynasty? Predecessor Neferkare Neby? Successor Neferkare Khendu …

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  • 143 List of Navarrese royal consorts — This is a list of those men and women who have been Royal Consorts of the Kingdom of Navarre. Because the laws of Navarre did not prohibit women from inheriting the crown, on a number of occasions, the Kingdom was inherited or transmitted via… …

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  • 144 Cylinder of Nabonidus — The Nabonidus Cylinder. The Nabonidus Cylinder from Sippar is a long text in which king Nabonidus of Babylonia (556 539 BC) describes how he repaired three temples: the sanctuary of the moon god Sin in Harran, the sanctuary of the warrior goddess …

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  • 145 Zsigmond Szathmáry — (born 28 April 1939 in Hódmezővásárhely, near Szeged) is a Hungarian organist, pianist, composer, and conductor.LifeSzathmáry studied composition with Ferenc Szabó and organ with Ferenc Gergely at the Franz Liszt Music Academy in Budapest from… …

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  • 146 Alimqul — (also spelt Alimkul, Alim quli, Alim kuli) (ca. 1833 1865) was the warlord in Kokand Khanate, and its de facto ruler in 1863 65. Alimqul was born at Buchun Bitkan near Kokand ca. 1833, into a family of a Kyrgyz Kipchak biy (beg) . He studied in… …

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  • 147 Benoît Lengelé — is a doctor, anatomist and Belgian surgeon, born in Brussels. Early life Born in Brussels, Benoît Lengelé was a very precocious child and early in his young years began to develop a deep interest in anatomy. At the end of his secondary studies he …

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  • 148 Neferneferuaten — For other individuals named Neferneferuaten, see Neferneferuaten. Neferneferuaten Pharaoh of Egypt Reign 1335–1333 BC, 18th Dynasty Predecessor Akhenaten o …

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  • 149 Neitiqerty Siptah — Siptah I Pharaoh of Egypt Reign Unknown, 6th Dynasty? Predecessor Merenre or Pepi II Neferkare …

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  • 150 Duchy of Montblanc — This title has been reserved as one of the titles of the heir apparent Prince since the 15th century, pertaining first to the Aragonese and then to the Spanish Crown.The title of Duke of Montblanc was created by John I of Aragon when he granted… …

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  • 151 Eugène Vaillé — (born on 10 August 1875 in Bédarieux [ [http://academiedephilatelie.org/memorialtitulaires.html Memorial] on the Académie de philatélie s website, update of 30 May 2006 (retrieved 24 November 2006).] died in 1959 in Riols(1959). Nécrologie :… …

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  • 152 Emmanuel Domenech — Emmanuel Henri Dieudonné Domenech (4 November 1826 – June 1886) was a French abbé, missionary and author. Contents 1 Life 2 Works 3 Notes 4 References …

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  • 153 Petubastis III — Seheruibre Padibastet, better known as Petubastis III, is a proposed Egyptian ruler, c. 522 ndash; 520 BCE, who revolted against Persian rule and satrap Aryandes. [ [http://www.narmer.pl/dyn/27en.htm Ancent Egypt: History and Chronology, 27th… …

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  • 154 Aryamani — Kushite King of Napata Stela of Aryamani from Kawa (British Museum) no. 1777 Full name Aryamani …

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  • 155 Right of Option — In canon law, Right of Option is a way of obtaining a benefice or a title, by the choice of the new titulary himself. Many chapters enjoyed this right formerly and it is still the privilege of some: the canon, who has held his office for the… …

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  • 156 Neferkamin Anu — Namen von Neferkamin Anu Königspapyrus Turin (Nr.IV./9.) …

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  • 157 Nehesy — Namen von Nehesy Thronname …

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  • 158 Darius I — /deuh ruy euhs/, (Darius Hystaspes) ( the Great ) 558? 486? B.C., king of Persia 521 486. * * * known as Darius the Great born 550 died 486 BC King of Persia (522–486 BC). He was the son of Hystaspes, satrap of Parthia. Much of what is known of… …

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  • 159 Hatshepsut — /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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  • 160 Seth — /seth/, n. 1. the third son of Adam. Gen. 4:25 2. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning substitute. /sayt/, n. Egyptian Relig. Set. * * * I or Set Ancient Egyptian god and patron of the 11th nome, or province, of Upper Egypt. A trickster …

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