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Stemma

Stemma may refer to: Tree-like diagrams representing sentence structure and syntax created by Lucien Tesniere. In stemmatics, an approach to textual criticism, a stemma or stemma codicum is a diagram showing the relationships of the various versi ...

Gallia (disambiguation)

Gallia, was a region of Western Europe during the Iron Age occupied by present-day France, Belgium and other neighbouring countries. Gallia or Gallian may refer to: Several Roman provincia Gallia Cisalpina, meaning "Gaul on this side of the Alps" ...

Supreme Soviet of the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic

The Supreme Soviet of the Byelorussian SSR was the supreme soviet of the Byelorussian SSR from 1938 to 1991. The Supreme Soviet of the Byelorussian SSR was preceded by the Central Executive Committee of the Byelorussian SSR and the All-Byelorussi ...

Studenec

Studenec may refer to: Places in the Czech Republic: Studenec Teebic District, a municipality and village in the Vysocina Region Studenec Semily District, a municipality and village in the Liberec Region Places in Slovakia: Studenec Levoca Distri ...

Indrapura

Indrapura may refer to: Indrapura Khmer, the first capital city of Khmer king Jayavarman II Indrapura Champa, capital city of the Champa Kingdom in the 9th century A.D. the ancient name of Indore, the largest city and the commercial capital of th ...

263rd Infantry Division (Wehrmacht)

The 263rd Infantry division was formed on 26 August 1939 with reserve unit personnel in Wehrkreis XII at Idar Oberstein as part of the 4. Welle 4th wave of mobilization. It participated in operations on the Western Front in May 1940, advancing fr ...

Mino

Mino is the name of several places in Japan: Mino dialect, a Japanese dialect spoken in southern Gifu Prefecture Mino, Kagawa, a former town in Kagawa Prefecture Mino, Gifu, a city in Gifu Prefecture Mino Province, an old province in the southern ...

DMT: The Spirit Molecule

DMT: The Spirit Molecule is a 2010 documentary film based on a book of the same name by Dr. Rick Strassman. Directed by Mitch Schultz and starring Joe Rogan as narrator, the documentary deals primarily with the psychedelic and entheogenic drug N, ...

Battle of Hefei

Battle of Xiaoyao Ford, also known as the Battle of Hefei, fought between Sun Quan and Cao between 214 and 215 Battle of Hefei 253, also known as Battle of Xincheng, Hefei, fought between Eastern Wu and Cao Wei in 253 Battle of Hefei 231, fought ...

Royal Prussian State Gendarmerie

The Royal Prussian State Gendarmerie was the gendarmerie of the Kingdom of Prussia from 1812 to 1918. Until the foundation of the Prussian security police in 1919, the corps was the largest police force in the empire after the gendarmeries of Bav ...

Council of Peoples Commissars of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic

The Council of Peoples Commissars of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic was the government of Soviet Russia in 1917–1946. It was established by the Second All-Russian Congress of Soviets of Workers, Soldiers, and Peasants Deputies o ...

Halychian

Halychian may refer to: something or someone related to the city of Halych, in modern Ukraine Halychian-Volhynian Chronicle, medieval East Slavic chronicle Halychian Metropolitanate, an Eastern Orthodox Metropolitanate of Halych Halychian-Volhyni ...

Ad metalla

Ad metalla is a way in which the most cruel punishments were applied to those that practiced Christianity. Calistratus called it a proxima morti penalty. In ministerium metallicorum was the phrase in which the condemned were sentenced; these, men ...

Zeppelin LZ 102

Zeppelin LZ 102. It was planned that it would attempt a mission to Africa but it was destroyed and its sister ship LZ 104, nicknamed Das Afrika-Schiff, made a famous attempt at a long-distance resupply mission to the beleaguered garrison of Germa ...

Leman

Leman department, a department of the First French Empire. Canton of Leman, a canton of the Helvetic Republic Lake Geneva, French: le lac Leman or le Leman

Provence (disambiguation)

Provence is a region of southeastern France on the Mediterranean Sea. Provence may also refer to: SS La Provence, an ocean liner launched in 1906 La Provence restaurant, Dutch Michelin starred restaurant in Driebergen-Rijsenburg Provence, Switzer ...

Qarah Mohammad

Qarah Mohammad or Qareh Mohammad, also rendered as Qara Mohammad or Qara Muhammad or Ghareh Mohammad or Kara-Mukhammed, may refer to:

Kilwa (disambiguation)

Kilwa Sultanate, a Medieval sultanate, centered at Kilwa in modern-day Tanzania Kilwa Kisiwani, a historic island settlement in eastern Tanzania across from Kilwa Masoko Kilwa Masoko, a mainland port town in eastern Tanzania across from Kilwa Kis ...

Millennium Bridge

Several bridges are known as the Millennium Bridge: Gateshead Millennium Bridge Lune Millennium Bridge, Lancaster Millennium Bridge, York Millennium Bridge, Glasgow in the United Kingdom Millennium Bridge Salford Quays Teesquay Millennium Footbri ...

Babylonian captivity (disambiguation)

The Babylonian captivity was the period in Jewish history during which the Jews of the ancient Kingdom of Judah were captives in Babylon. Babylonian captivity may also refer to: History of the Captivity in Babylon, a pseudepigraphical text of the ...

Yahweh (disambiguation)

The Tetragrammaton, the four Hebrew letters YHWH, and pronunciations - transliterated into English as "Yahweh" it is widely used in Christian translations of the Bible to refer to the Christian God.

Pharnaces

Pharnaces may refer to: Pharnaces fl. 550 BC – 497 BC, founder of the Pharnacid dynasty of satraps of Hellespontine Phrygia Pharnaces II of Pontus died 47 BC, the son of Mithridates VI of Pontus, he tried to reconquer Pontus, but was crushed by J ...

Murchison, KwaZulu-Natal

Murchison is a rural community about 13 km west of Port Shepstone, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It situated in the KwaZulu-Natals South Coast and is governed by the Ray Nkonyeni Local Municipality.

King Leo

King Leo, also Leon, Levon, and Lewon may refer to: Leo VI the Wise Leo I, King of Armenia 1150–1219, sometimes also referred to as Leo II, to be distinguished from the different individual Leo I, Prince of Armenia Leo I the Thracian Leo V the Ar ...

LHA

LHA may refer to: LHA, the local hour angle of an astronomical object Stock ticker for Lufthansa on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange Lincoln Highway Association LHA file format, a freeware compression utility and associated file format LHA for "Landi ...

Franklin High School

Franklin High School or Franklin Senior High School may refer to: Franklin High School Livonia, Michigan Franklin High School Wisconsin Franklin High School Seattle, Washington Benjamin Franklin High School New Orleans Franklin High School Stockt ...

Eye of the Tiger (disambiguation)

"Eye of the Tiger" is a 1982 song by Survivor. Eye of the Tiger may also refer to any of the following: Eye of the Tiger album, the 1982 album by Survivor from which the song was taken The Eye of the Tyger, 2003 novel by Paul J. McAuley Eye of th ...

David Ze

David Ze was an Angolan musician. His music often expressed left-wing and anti-colonialist sentiments and, after Angola obtained independence from Portugal in 1975, he was given the official position of Director of Music in the MPLA regime. His c ...

Ordem dos Advogados

Ordem dos Avogados, refers to the bar associations of several Portuguese speaking countries, namely: Ordem dos Advogados Portugueses, the bar association of Portugal Ordem dos Advogados do Brasil, the bar association of Brazil Ordem dos Advogados ...

Cabeça

Cabeça Gorda, Faro, a mountain in Faro District, Portugal, 37° 21 N 08° 27 W Cabeça do Velho, a mountain in Manica Province, Mozambique, 19° 05 55" S 33° 30 18" E Cabeça do Cachorro, a region of Brazil Cabeça Gorda, Bragança, a mountain in Bragan ...

Gothia

Gothia is a name given to various places where the Goths lived during their migrations: Marca Hispanica, land in northern Spain whose inhabitants were considered Goths and not Franks in the 8th–10th centuries Catalonia, the name being possibly de ...

Persian Wars (disambiguation)

The Greco-Persian Wars were a series of wars between Ancient Greece and the Achaemenid Persian Empire. Persian Wars may also refer to: Russo-Persian Wars, a series of wars between Russian Empire and Persian Empire between the 17th and 19th centur ...

Fourth Army

4th Air Army, Soviet Union and Russia 4th Guards Army, Soviet Union 4th Tank Army, Soviet Union 4th Army Russian Empire 4th Army RSFSR 4th Army Soviet Union

Leo Tuscus

Leo Tuscus was an Italian writer and translator who served as a Latin–Greek interpreter in the imperial chancery of the Byzantine Empire under Emperor Manuel Komnenos. Leo was born in the first half of the twelfth century in Pisa. He was the youn ...

蜀 can refer to the following: Later Shu 后蜀/後蜀, one of the divisions of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period Cheng Han 成汉/成漢, also named Later Shu 后蜀/後蜀, one of the Sixteen Kingdoms Western Shu 西蜀, also named Qiao Shu 谯蜀/譙 ...

Southern Regional

Southern Regional can refer to the following things: Southern Regional Council, a civil-rights organization located in Atlanta, Georgia Southern Regional High School, a high school located in the aforementioned district Southern Regional College, ...

Liang dynasty (disambiguation)

Liang dynasty, also known as Southern Liang, was an imperial dynasty during the Southern and Northern Dynasties period. Liang dynasty may also refer to: Western Liang Sixteen Kingdoms 400–421, one of the Sixteen Kingdoms Later Liang Five Dynastie ...

La Plata (disambiguation)

La Plata Amtrak station La Plata, Maryland La Plata, Missouri La Plata, Utah, ghost town Durango-La Plata County Airport La Plata County, Colorado La Plata Mountains, Colorado La Plata Peak, Colorado

Duke Hui

Ming dynasty Ding Guo Kang Hui Gong Eastern Zhou Duke Hui of Jin 晋惠公 Eastern Zhou Duke Hui of Qi 惠公 Eastern Zhou Duke Hui of Eastern Zhou 东周惠公 Eastern Zhou Duke Hui of Xiaozhou 小邾惠公 Eastern Zhou Duke Hui I of Qin 秦惠公, reigned 500- ...

Chunqiu

Chunqiu or Chun-chiu, literally Spring and Autumn, may refer to: Spring and Autumn Annals of Wu and Yue Spring and Autumn Annals of the Ten Kingdoms Master Yans Spring and Autumn Annals Master Lus Spring and Autumn Annals Several other ancient Ch ...

Ding Xieping

Ding Xieping was a Chinese mathematician and a professor at Sichuan Normal University. He served as Director of the Institute of Mathematics at the university.

List of ecoregions in Colombia

This is a list of ecoregions in Colombia. Colombia is considered one of the worlds megadiverse countries, and is home to one in ten of the worlds plant and animal species. It is ranked first in bird and orchid species diversity, and second in pla ...

Pean de la Villehunault

Pean de la Villehunault was a French Navy officer. He fought in the War of American Independence, and taking part in the French operations in the Indian Ocean under Suffren.

Michael Biehn filmography

Michael Biehn is an American actor, primarily known for his military roles in science fiction films directed by James Cameron; as Sgt. Kyle Reese in The Terminator, Cpl. Dwayne Hicks in Aliens, and Lt. Coffey in The Abyss. His other films include ...

Gooseberry (disambiguation)

Gooseberry most often refers to a cultivated plant from two species of the genus Ribes: Ribes hirtellum, American gooseberry Hybrids between Ribes hirtellum and Ribes uva-crispa, including most of the cultivated gooseberry cultivars Ribes uva-cri ...

University Center

University Center or University Centre may refer to: United States University Center Mercer University, Georgia, a multi-purpose facility University Center, Michigan, a locale in Bay and Saginaw counties University Center/Baltimore Street Baltimo ...

Bloom Nepal School

Bloom Nepal School, is a community boarding school in Nepal. It is located in Mahalaxmi, Lalitpur, 10 kilometres southeast of Kathmandu. It provides high-quality residential interest-based schooling to children from various corners of the country ...

Kubrick by Kubrick

Kubrick by Kubrick is a 2020 documentary film directed by Gregory Monro about the film director Stanley Kubrick. The film is produced by Martin Laurent, and Jeremy Zelnik under the banners of Arte France, Telemark, and Temps Noir.

School Life (documentary)

School Life also known as In Loco Parentis is a 2016 Irish-Spanish documentary film written and directed by Neasa Ni Chianain and David Rane. The film stars Amanda Leyden and John Leyden in the lead roles. The film was premiered in several intern ...

This Is Not a Movie (2019 film)

This Is Not a Movie is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Yung Chang and released in 2019. The film profiles the career of Robert Fisk, the influential British war correspondent. The film premiered at the 2019 Toronto International Film Fes ...