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Antiennes Allerluiatiques Gallicanes - Various - A Treasury Of Gregorian Chants (CD)

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  1. Sancti Gregorii Nazianzeni Opera: Versio Arabica Antiqua III, Oratio XL (Arab. 4) [SIGNED BY EDITOR]. [SERIES]: Corpus Christianorum, Series Graeca - 57, Corpus Nazianzenum - by Gregorius Nazianzenus [Gregory of Nazianzus] / Grand'Henry, Jacques [Ed.] and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at taifluslinkvehocontglucosimthralorse.coinfo
  2. The "zoo series" of coins calling on Diana to protect the Emperor was struck late in Gallienus' reign. His father, Valerian, had been particularly dedicated to the worship of Diana the Preserver and had dedicated a temple to her at Rome.
  3. This term is used to designate a certain group of religious opinions for some time peculiar to the Church of France, or Gallican Church, and the theological schools of that country. These opinions, in opposition to the ideas which were called in France "Ultramontane", tended chiefly to a restraint of the pope's authority in the Church in favour of that of the bishops and the temporal ruler.
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  5. "Address to the Farmers, and Brave Inhabitants of Sussex." The Anti-Gallican; or Standard of British Loyalty, Religion and Liberty; including a collection of the principal papers, tracts, speeches, poems, and songs that have been published on the threatened invasion: together with many original pieces on the same subject I ():
  6. Trebonianus Gallus, June or July - July or August A.D., Seleucia on the Calycadnus, Cilicia Located a few miles from the mouth of the Calycadnus (Göksu) River, Seleucia ad Calycadnum was founded by Seleucus I Nicator in the early 3rd century B.C., one of several cities he named after himself.
  7. Gallic Wars, (58–50 bce), campaigns in which the Roman proconsul Julius Caesar conquered Gaul. Clad in the bloodred cloak he usually wore “as his distinguishing mark of battle,” Caesar led his troops to victories throughout the province, his major triumph being the defeat of the Gallic army led by.
  8. ARGUMENT. THE conversion of Gallicanus, Commander-in-Chief. On the eve of his departure for a campaign against the Scythians, Gallicanus is betrothed to the Emperor Constantine's daughter, Constance, a consecrated virgin.

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