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Strumica

river (Struma). The Strymonites were independent until the 9th century, following a Byzantine reconquest. From 845 to 855, the Byzantine military administrator of the Bregalnica-Strumica region was Methodius. Later on, the Strumica region was conquered by Bulgarian Khan Boris I (852-889). The Strumica region remained part of the Bulgar state until 1014, when it was retaken by the Byzantines. In the 11th century, written sources begin to refer to the town as Slavic ''Strumica''. By the end


Butuan

from this period of pre-Hispanic Philippine society and culture until the Doctrina Christiana of the late 16th century, written at the start of the Spanish period in both native Baybayin script and Spanish (Spanish language). Other artifacts with Kawi script and baybayin were found, such as an Ivory seal from Butuan dated to the early 11th century The Butuan Ivory Seal, bibingka.com


Kotor

liturgies from the 15th century, written by a Venetian (Venice) publisher L.A. Giunta, have been saved in a St. Clara monastery in Kotor. In those centuries the typical music "venetian style" was introduced to coastal Montenegro (then called Albania Veneta). thumb right 90px a gusle (File:Serbian Gusle.jpg) After a few years of stagnation, a new wave of Montenegrin hip hop started emerging through a growing number of hip hop oriented artists and bands, such as Who See


Vatican City

of vineyards and market gardens. Monti was not densely populated because of the lack of water and because it was quite far from the Vatican (Vatican City), the center of Christian culture. The area did not become abandoned thanks to the church of San Giovanni in Laterano and the constant high number of pilgrims. * Codex Petropolitanus Purpureus N (022), New Testament manuscript from the 6th century, written in uncial (majuscule) script with silver ink on purple parchment


Republic of Macedonia

. Yasamee "NATIONALITY IN THE BALKANS: THE CASE OF THE MACEDONIANS" in Balkans: A Mirror of the New World Order, Istanbul: EREN, 1995; pp. 121–132. The earliest lexicographic evidence of these local dialects can be found in a lexicon from the 16th century written in the Greek alphabet. 'Un Lexique Macedonien Du XVIe Siecle', Giannelli, Ciro. Avec la collaboration de Andre Vaillant, 1958 Bulgarian view In most sources in and out of Bulgaria before the Second World War, the southern Slavonic dialect continuum (South Slavic dialect continuum) covering the area of today's Republic of Macedonia and Northern Greece was referred to as a group of Bulgarian dialects. The local variants of the name of the language were also ''balgàrtzki'', ''bùgarski'' or ''bugàrski''; i.e. ''Bulgarian''. Шклифов, Благой and Екатерина Шклифова, Български деалектни текстове от Егейска Македония, София 2003, с. 28–33 (Shklifov, Blagoy and Ekaterina Shklifova. Bulgarian dialect texts from Aegean Macedonia Sofia 2003, p. 28–36) Although Bulgaria was the first country to recognize the independence of the Republic of Macedonia, most of its academics, as well as the general public, regard the language spoken there as a form of Bulgarian. '''Ferid Muhić''' (born 1944 in Zavidovići, Bosnia and Herzegovina) is a Professor of Philosophy at University Sts. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. He started his academic career as Assistant at the Institute for Sociological Research in Skopje in 1970. He entered the Department of Philosophy as Assistant in 1974; Associate Professor 1976-1980; Full-time Professor 1980-present. Visiting Professor in International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization, Kuala Lumpur; Florida State University; Syracuse University, New York; Sorbonne 8, Paris; and several universities in Southern-East Europe. Main professional specialties: contemporary philosophy, cultural anthropology, aesthetics and political philosophy. Aromanians (w:Aromanians) are a distinct ethnic group currently living mainly in Southeastern Europe (w:Southeastern Europe), especially Greece (w:Greece) and Macedonia (w:Republic of Macedonia). The Aromanians are closely related to the Romanian people (w:Romanians), both being descendants from the Latin peoples which lived in Southeastern Europe since the time of the Roman Empire (w:Roman Empire). The Aromanian language (w:Aromanian language), which is spoken by around 500,000 people internationally, is the closest language to Romanian (w:Romanian language). Six of the suspects are Swiss (w:Switzerland) nationals, two come from Serbia and Montenegro (w:Serbia and Montenegro), one comes from Italy (w:Italy), two from the Republic of Macedonia (w:Republic of Macedonia), one from the Dominican Republic (w:Dominican Republic) and one from Bosnia and Hercegovina (w:Bosnia and Hercegovina). All live in Zurich.


Brazil

in the palace Adjacent to the north of the Imperial Treasury lays the pages dormitory, which has been turned into the Miniature and Portrait Gallery (''Müzesi Müdüriyeti''). On the lower floor is a collection of important calligraphies (Calligraphy) and miniatures. In the displays, one can see old and very precious Qur'ans (12th-17th c.), hand-painted and hand-written in Kufic, and also a bible from the 4th century, written in Arabic. A priceless item of this collection is the Piri


France

monastery so as to prevent the grave from being profaned by her enemies. Another version suggests that Tamar's remains were reburied in a remote location, possibly in the Holy Land. The French (France) knight Guillaume de Bois in his letter, dating from the early 13th century, written in Palestine and addressed to the bishop of Besançon, claimed that he had heard that the king of the Georgians was heading towards Jerusalem with a huge army and had already conquered many cities

set in a different quarter (arrondissement (Arrondissements of Paris)) of Paris which Malet dubbed the "New Mysteries of Paris", homaging the most famous feuilleton of the 19th century, written by Eugene Sue. Burma is a hardboiled private detective, in the mold of American (United States) characters such as Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe but decidedly more humorous. He works with a secretary, Hélène, who is hopelessly infatuated with Nestor, in what he calls


Italy

, La Cruel Casandra, Atila furioso, La Infelice Marcela'' and ''Elisa Dido''. The date of his death is unknown, but he is conjectured to have been alive as late as 1614. * Codex Petropolitanus Purpureus N (022), New Testament manuscript from the 6th century, written in uncial (majuscule) script with silver ink on purple parchment and preserved in the Russian National Library. Other leaves are held by the British Library in London, the Byzantine museum in Thessaloniki


United States

which Malet dubbed the "New Mysteries of Paris", homaging the most famous feuilleton of the 19th century, written by Eugene Sue. Burma is a hardboiled private detective, in the mold of American (United States) characters such as Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe but decidedly more humorous. He works with a secretary, Hélène, who is hopelessly infatuated with Nestor, in what he calls the "Fiat Lux Agency". Burma's nemeses are typically just as much


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