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  • arisen upon the just (Ephrem of Syria) 1000 Songs The text of Light is arisen upon the just was written by Ephriam of Syria. It is a Syriac hymn originally
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  • of past cast shadows over Syria". The Guardian Weekly 189 (13): 18. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/aug/31/syria-suez-casts-long-shadow. Retrieved
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  • Persian Empire during the Classical period. [...] Boeotia [...] Sarmatia and Syria. [...] the region of southern Iran generally known as Elam [...] Paphlagonia
    26 KB (3,449 words) - 02:52, 27 June 2016
  • This is a course on Food in Antiquity, main learning material is a database of images of food from Antiquity that can be connected to original Latin and
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  • (Synesius of Cyrene) Light is arisen upon the just (Ephriam of Syria) The Pearl (Ephriam of Syria) Only-begotten Son and Word of God Save the world, O Savior
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  • coils. Ash/haze erupted from the eruption was carried from Iceland to Syria and Europe by winds. The ash caused a drop in temperatures in the entire
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  • 2014 66. Secularism in Syria It has also been called the "dominant group" or "dominant force" in the Arab Spring uprising in Syria The group's stated political
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  • CapoeirArab is a sports association, located in Damaskus, Syria and part of the Companhia Pernas Pro Ar AcademyCite error: Closing </ref> missing for
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  • Contemplation. Expose the oft-ignored difference between the Desert Fathers of Syria and the Fathers of Egypt. Put "Prayer of the Heart" in bold-relief by citing
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  • " is fun to contemplate and read about unless you're currently fleeing Syria on your way to Turkey as a refugee. There, people are shooting at each other
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  • lived in the third century a reclusive life in the deserts of Egypt and Syria, either as a hermit or in groups. The main principle of the Desert
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  • 1516, Ottomans attacked Mamluks (Battle of Marj Dabiq). Ottomans captured Syria, Iraq and round. But Yavuz's goal was capture Hejaz, Egypt and destroy Mamluks
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  • (or rather became aware of its existence accidentally) in the region of Syria around 5000 BC [7,000 b2k]. Pliny tells how the merchants, after landing
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  • '“Discuss”' page. The ongoing crisis of refugee fleeing war especially from Syria and Afghanistan increases the urgency of developing a deeper understanding
    51 KB (6,767 words) - 21:31, 5 June 2016
  • term, Balkans, Peloponnese, Crimean Khanate, Anatolia, Caucasus, North Syria and North Iraq became parts of Ottoman and the Ottoman Empire became very
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  • The Pearl (Ephrem of Syria) 1000 Songs The author,Ephraim of Syria, lived from 306-373. He was a famous theologian and poet from the land of Osrhoene
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  • Greek Orthodox, Melkite Catholic, Armenian Orthodox, Syrian Catholic, Armenian Catholic, Syrian Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Chaldean, Assyrian, Copt, Protestant
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  • its original formulation it continues to be used in the Roman Catholic, Syrian Orthodox (Jacobite) Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Assyrian, Anglican
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  • Assyria was the dominant power in the region. Israel and another liege state, Syria, were planning to rebel against Assyria. Their kings pressured Judah's king
    1 KB (239 words) - 06:28, 1 January 2014
  • Nubia and Syria. By about 1250 BC, however, a new foe had appeared to threaten the empire. The Hittites from Mesopotamia invaded Egyptian-held Syria and began
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