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Palatinate-Neuburg

the direction of the architect Alessandro Pasqualini. The citadel of Jülich was later visited by the French military engineer Sébastien le Prestre de Vauban (Vauban) and was rated exemplary. After the ducal family line was extinguished in 1609, the Duchy of Jülich was divided. In 1620 it was occupied by the Dutch Republic until the Spanish took (Siege of Jülich) the fortress after five months of siege. The city later belonged to Palatinate-Neuburg, then the Electoral Palatinate


Orleans, Massachusetts

, Massachusetts ), according to official town records in Orleans, his last name was originally Kenrick, but later adopted the "d". John Kendrick came from a long family line of seamen. Solomon Kenrick, his father, was a humble seaman and this fact gave young John the ambition of becoming a sea captain. He had a common education, like most people at the time. At age 20, he joined a whaling crew, working on a schooner owned by Captain Bangs. Election results Two seats changed


Trakai

, Utena (Utena, Lithuania), Mozyrsk, Lida, Skidal, Bielica, Kryńsk (Krynki) and Oziersk (Azyory). He was a progenitor of the Biržai-Dubingiai (also known as Protestant (Protestantism)) Radziwiłł family line. thumb left Engraving of Pillars of Gediminas on a stone on Rambynas (Image:Lithuania Rambynas Gedimin columns.jpg) hill According to the historical and archaeological evidence, the Columns were used by Grand Duke of Lithuania and Duke of Trakai Kęstutis


Eastern Wu

Kingdoms period of Chinese history (History of China). Zhuge Qiao was adopted by his uncle, Zhuge Liang. Zhuge Qiao was considered as a possible heir to Zhuge Liang, but he died at the young age of 24. He had a son named Zhuge Pan. In 253, Zhuge clan in Eastern Wu was wiped out because of the political tension and various officials conspiring against one another for influence in the imperial court. Zhuge Pan later returned to Eastern Wu to continue the Zhuge family line.


Cao Wei

Wu of Jin Sima Yan , usurped the Cao Wei throne and founded the Jin Dynasty (Jin Dynasty (265-420)) **Sima You, Prince Xian of Qi, continued Sima Shi's family line During the Three Kingdoms Period (Three Kingdoms of Korea) (57 BCE - 668), Goguryeo, which ruled northern Korean peninsula and Manchuria, was attacked by many Chinese dynasties, including Han (Han Dynasty), Wei (Cao Wei), Yan (Former Yan), Sui (Sui Dynasty), and Tang Dynasty - many of these punitive expeditions for emergent ties between Goguryeo and the Gokturks. In 7th century, Baekje and Silla, which were located in the southern Korean peninsula, was in a raid by Chinese Tang Dynasty. These expeditions, led to anger in the public. Koreans also resented China's intervention in the circumstances both inside and outside the Korean Peninsula. '''Zhang Qiu''' is a fictional character in Luo Guanzhong's historical novel ''Romance of the Three Kingdoms''. He was a military general of the state of Cao Wei. Zhang participated in the Battle of Hefei (Battle of Hefei (234)) against Eastern Wu, around the same time as the fifth Northern Expedition (Zhuge Liang's Northern Expeditions) against Cao Wei by Shu Han. Zhang Qiu attacked Zhuge Jin's fleet with fire and effectively drove him back. Later life and death In Pan's later years, he was tasked with the defense against the state of Cao Wei. Once, the Wei emperor, Cao Pi sent Zhang He, Xu Huang, Cao Zhen and Xiahou Shang to invade Nan Commandery with the immediate goal to capture Jiangling city, which Zhu Ran guarded with 5,000 troops. Wei vanguard of 30,000 led by Xiahou built wooden bridges to cross a stream to land the Hundred Miles Island (百里洲), while none of the Wu generals could locate the crossing points of the Wei troops. Pan then told his comrades that the Wei troops were highly spirited and the water level was low, so they'd better avoid battles with them at the moment. Following the river upstream, Pan ordered his soldiers to collect a few hundred million bundles of reeds, and attached them atop some large rafts and set them on fire. He then sent the rafts downstream so that they would burn the wooden bridges being used by Wei. Sensing the danger of being isolated, Xiahou withdrew from the island before his retreat route would be destroyed. For his effort in the siege, Pan was promoted to the rank of General of the Right (右将軍). The mountain is famous for the battle (Battle of Mount Dingjun) which took place there in the Three Kingdoms period, when Huang Zhong of Shu (Shu Han) defeated and killed Xiahou Yuan of Wei (Cao Wei). According to Sanguo Zhi, Shu prime minister Zhuge Liang wished to be buried on Mount Dingjun, so a tomb was built for him there. Huang Zhong was also buried there after his death, but his tomb was moved to Chengdu during the Qing Dynasty, and was destroyed during the Cultural Revolution.


Vilnius

by the Holy Roman Emperor. The Radziwiłł family is a directly descended branch of the extinct Lithuanian noble (Lithuanian nobility) Astikai family line. Its

of Lithuania in 1521, castellan of Trakai from 1522, castellan of Vilnius from 1527, Marshal of the Court from 1528, Grand Hetman of Lithuania from 1531, Starost of Hrodna, Namiestnik of Vilnius, Maišiagala, Mereck, Utena (Utena, Lithuania), Mozyrsk, Lida, Skidal, Bielica, Kryńsk (Krynki) and Oziersk (Azyory). He was a progenitor of the Biržai-Dubingiai (also known as Protestant (Protestantism)) Radziwiłł family line. He was Deputy Cup-Bearer (Podczaszy) of Lithuania from 1510, voivode of Kiev Voivodeship from 1510, Field Hetman of Lithuania in 1521, castellan of Trakai from 1522, castellan of Vilnius from 1527, Marshal of the Court from 1528, Grand Hetman of Lithuania from 1531, Starost of Hrodna, Namiestnik of Vilnius, Maišiagala, Mereck, Utena (Utena, Lithuania), Mozyrsk, Lida, Skidal, Bielica, Kryńsk (Krynki) and Oziersk (Azyory). He was a progenitor of the Biržai-Dubingiai (also known as Protestant (Protestantism)) Radziwiłł family line. *'''Lithuania''' **Vilnius - Vilnius International Airport *'''Netherlands''' Lida was in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. In the second half of the 14th century, after the Christianization of Lithuania the Catholic parish was established in former pagan (Lithuanian mythology) lands and a Church was built by Jogaila (ruins are still preserved). Subsequently in 15th century town became a centre of production by craftsmen and trade. Lida was connected with Vilnius, Navahrudak and Minsk. At that time the town had a market square and four streets ''Wielenska'', ''Zamkowa'', ''Kamieńska'' and ''Krivaya''. WikiPedia:Vilnius Dmoz:Regional Europe Lithuania Localities Vilnius Commons:Category:Vilnius


Tangier

, her father did not allow it. During his military expedition to Tangier in 1471, Joan served as Regent of the Portuguese Kingdom (Portuguese Empire). After vehemently refusing several proposals of marriage, Joan joined the Dominican (Dominican order) Convent of Jesus in Aveiro (Aveiro, Portugal) in 1475. Her brother had, by then, been given an heir, so the family line was no longer in danger of extinction. Still, she was compelled several times to leave the convent and return to the court. She turned down an offer of marriage from Charles VII of France, 18 years her junior. In 1485, she received another offer, from the recently-widowed Richard III of England, who was only 8 months younger. This was to be part of a double marital alliance, with his niece Elizabeth of York marrying her cousin, the future Manuel I (Manuel I of Portugal). However, his death in battle, of which Joan allegedly had a prophetic dream, halted these plans. Joan never formally professed (Profession (religious)) as a nun. She continued to be a great supporter of her brother, John II of Portugal, throughout his reign and her life. '''Mohamed Hamri''' (August 27, 1932 WikiPedia:Tangier Commons:Category:Tangier Dmoz:Regional Africa Morocco Localities Tanger


Aden

articles prophfamily4.htm Life of the Prophet, The Prophet’s Family Line No. 4 – Amr (Hashim), the Founder of the Hashimites, Sr. Ruqaiyyah Waris Maqsood From the imprisonment to India With the view of reaching India, he embarked at Jeddah, a city-port around 80 km west to Mecca, and sailed down the Red Sea and through the Straits of Bab-el-Mandeb (Bab-el-Mandeb) to Aden, where he was arrested and imprisoned as a Christian spy. By his own account, he gained


Leicester

of the church. Henry's concern about having an heir to secure his family line and increase his security while alive would have prompted him to ask for a divorce sooner or later, whether Anne had precipitated it or not. Only Wolsey's sudden death at Leicester


Helsinki

chairman of Nokia and Kymmene Corporation Casimir Ehrnrooth are from his family line. '''1982:''' * On July 29 Lillak threw for a new world record (List of world records in athletics) in Helsinki: 72.40 meters. However, the record was broken the following September when Greek (Greece) thrower Sofia Sakorafa reached 74.20 meters. * Lillak finished fourth in the 1982 European Championships in Athletics, which were held in Athens. * On June 13 Lillak again broke the world record, throwing 74.76 meters in Tampere. This distance remained a world record until June 1985, and also stood as a national record for Finland until 1999, when the javelin type was altered and the former records were wiped clean. * In the 1983 World Championships in Athletics held in Helsinki, Lillak became the champion in front of her home crowd when she threw for 70.82 meters (enough for the win) on her last attempt leaving Britain (United Kingdom)'s 2nd placed Fatima Whitbread in tears at Trackside as she went running off down the track celebrating with the ecstatic crowd. The whole season was a success for Lillak, who threw over 70 meters in 16 separate competitions and didn't lose a single time. '''1984:''' The musical was performed in Helsinki, Finland, at the Helsingin kaupunginteatteri from August 28, 2008 to May 9, 2009. "'Rebecca' in Helsinki, Helsingin kaupunginteatteri". Eclipsis.org, accessed February 5, 2011 Commons:Category:Helsinki Wikipedia:Helsinki Dmoz:Regional Europe Finland Southern Finland Localities Helsinki


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