it was adjacent to the kingdoms of Korla and Karashahr to the southwest and the town of Qarakhoja (Gaochang) to the southeast. An oasis at Turpan in the deserts of northwestern China uses water provided by qanat (locally ''karez''). Turfan has long been the center of a fertile oasis and an important trade center along the Silk Road's northern route, at which time it was adjacent to the kingdoms of Korla and Karashahr to the southwest. The historical record of the karez system extends back to the Han Dynasty. The Turfan Water Museum (see photos on this page) is a Protected Area of the People's Republic of China (Protected Areas of the People's Republic of China) because of the importance of the local karez system (Turfan water system) to the history of the area. The number of karez systems in the area is slightly below 1,000 and the total length of the canals is about 5,000 kilometers. Oasis at Turpan in northwestern China uses water provided by ''karez''. Future extensions In a meeting between Chinese and Nepalese officials on 25 April 2008, the Chinese delegation announced that country's intention to extend the Qingzang railway from Lhasa to Zhangmu (Nepali (Nepali language): Khasa) on the Nepalese border. Nepal had requested that the railway be extended to enable trade and tourism between the two nations. Construction of the extension is planned to be completed by 2013. Wikipedia:Korla Commons:Category:Korla
due to their European descent. Some Dutch Burghers would prefer the Netherlands or some Germanic country. As in South Africa some of them have large plantations and may not leave the country. Placenames The islands of Palk Straits were renamed during Dutch rule in Dutch as Leiden, Kayts and other cities of the Netherlands. The Dutch priest Philippus Baldeus has written a great historical record similar to Mahavamsa on the Jaffna people and their culture and it was immediately published in Dutch and German with several beautiful pictures. At the Point Pedro Market Square a granite stone inscription still marks the place where Rev. Baldeus preached to the Tamils under a big tamarind tree. This tamarind tree was uprooted during the cyclone of 1964. Language places
exiled Murong Ping by making him a governor of a remote commandery. This was the last historical record of him, and it is not known when or how he died. Initial confrontations with Later Liang and subsequent loss of northern territories Li Maozhen, knowing that his state of Qi was weak, did not dare to declare himself emperor. Nevertheless, he took on many trappings of an emperor, including establishing an Office of the Prince of Qi that had a large number of officials bearing titles akin
The Blue Police was subordinate to German Ordnungspolizei.
of the urban ruin in 1288. Ottoman period thumb right Ar-Raqqah Museum (File:Museum of Ar Raqqah.jpg) In the 16th century, ar-Raqqah again entered the historical record as an Ottoman (Ottoman Empire) customs post on the Euphrates. The eyalet of ar-Raqqah (Ottoman form sometimes spelled as ''Rakka'') was created. However, the capital of this ''eyalet'' and seat of the vali (Wāli) was not ar-Raqqah but ar-Ruhā' about , also transliterated ''Oways b. Anis al-Qarni'', ''Oveys Gharani'' and ''Veysel Karani'') was a Muslim mystic (Mysticism), martyr and philosopher of Yemen who lived during the lifetime of Muhammad, but never met Muhammad personally. Beale, ''Oriental Bibliotheca'' As reported by the renowned historical scholar Ibn Battuta, Uwais' tomb is found in Ar-Raqqah, Syria, where he was killed in the Battle of Siffin, where he fought on the side of Ali. Another shrine was made in his honor in Baykan, in the Siirt Province of Turkey. ''Encyclopedia of Islam'', ''Owais Karni''
, she spent three years not speaking. She raised his first wife's children as if they were her own, and it was said that she had much contributions in Li Gao's career and founding of Western Liang in 400. Therefore, a common saying at the time was, "Li and Yin rule Dunhuang." ''Book of Jin'', vol. 96 (:zh:s:晉書 卷096). However, there is no historical record as to whether she carried any titles during Li Gao's reign. In 427, Qifu Chipan moved his capital back to Fuhan, and hearing that Northern Wei had captured the Xia capital Tongwan (統萬, in modern Yulin (Yulin, Shaanxi), Shaanxi) and forced Helian Chang to flee to Shanggui (上邽, in modern Tianshui, Gansu), he sent his uncle Qifu Wotou (乞伏握頭) to offer tributes to Northern Wei. By this point, however, Western Qin was also still under constant attack by Northern Liang and Chouchi. In 426, Emperor Taiwu began to look for a target to make a concentrated attack—asking his officials for their opinions on whom to attack between Xia (Xia (Sixteen Kingdoms)) and Rouran, and his officials were divided in their opinions, and some proposed yet another third target, Northern Yan, although after the death of the Xia emperor Helian Bobo later that year, he settled on making Xia his target. When Baba Song opposed this, Emperor Taiwu showed his fierce temper by having his guards pound Baba's head on the floor, but he also showed how quickly that temper went away by not demoting Baba. He then sent Daxi Jin to attack Puban (蒲阪, in modern Yuncheng (Yuncheng, Shanxi), Shanxi) and Pu Ji (普幾) to attack Shancheng (陝城, in modern Sanmenxia, Henan), while himself making a fast, cavalry-based attack on the Xia's heavily fortified capital Tongwan (統萬, in modern Yulin (Yulin, Shaanxi), Shaanxi). Catching the Xia emperor Helian Chang by surprise, the Northern Wei troops intruded into Tongwan before withdrawing with much loot, while in the south, Helian Chang's generals Helian Yidou (赫連乙斗) and Helian Zhuxing (赫連助興) abandoned not only Puban, but also Chang'an, allowing Daxi to occupy the Guanzhong region. In spring 427, Helian Chang sent his brother Helian Ding south to try to recapture Chang'an, but Helian Ding's forces became stalemated with Daxi's. In response, Emperor Taiwu made another attack on Tongwan. Helian Chang initially took Helian Ding's suggestion to try to defend Tongwan until he could defeat Daxi, but misinformation that Helian Chang received then induced him to come out of Tongwan to engage Northern Wei forces. Emperor Taiwu defeated him in battle, causing him to be unable to return to Tongwan and forcing him to flee to Shanggui (上邽, in modern Tianshui, Gansu), allowing Emperor Taiwu to capture Tongwan. In the start of what would be a string of marriages that could be characterized as either politically- or trophy-taking-related, he took three of Helian Bobo's daughters as his concubines. Upon hearing of Tongwan's fall, Helian Ding disengaged from Daxi and joined Helian Chang at Shanggui as well. In 427, after fighting dangerously but with Cui at his side, Emperor Taiwu captured the Xia capital Tongwan (統萬, in modern Yulin (Yulin, Shaanxi), Shaanxi), forcing the Xia emperor Helian Chang to flee to Shanggui (上邽, in modern Tianshui, Gansu) and allowing Northern Wei to take more than half of Xia territory. At this time, Western Qin not only had to face Northern Liang attacks, but had suffered a major earthquake in late 429 and a major drought for most of 430 as well. Most of Qifu Mumo's people fled. He felt that his state could no longer stand. He sent his officials Wang Kai (王愷) and Wuna Tian (烏訥闐) to submit to Northern Wei, requesting Northern Wei troops to escort him to Northern Wei territory. Emperor Taiwu of Northern Wei was pleased, and promised that after he can destroy Xia (Xia (Sixteen Kingdoms)), he would bestow Xia's Pingliang (平涼) and Anding (安定) Commanderies (collectively roughly modern Pingliang, Gansu) as Qifu Mumo's domain. Qifu Mumo therefore destroyed his own royal treasury and set Fuhan ablaze, heading east with the only 15,000 households that remained under him, to try to join Northern Wei troops at Shanggui (上邽, in modern Tianshui, Gansu), but the Xia emperor Helian Ding (Helian Chang's brother and successor), upon hearing this, engaged him and stopped his advances, and he was forced to take up defensive position at Nan'an. By this point, Nan'an was all he could hold; all of his old territory in the west had been seized by Tuyuhun. However, Helian Chang then received misinformation that Northern Wei forces were out of food supplies and vulnerable. Helian Chang led his army out of the city and attacked the Northern Wei forces. Initially, he was winning the battle, and he almost captured the Northern Wei emperor. However, Northern Wei forces then fought back and defeated Xia forces, killing Helian Chang's brother Helian Man (赫連滿) and nephew Helian Mengxun (赫連蒙遜). Helian Chang was so panicked by the loss that he did not retreat back to Tongwan, but fled to Shanggui (上邽, in modern Tianshui, Gansu). Northern Wei forces entered Tongwan and captured the nobles and imperial clan members, including Helian Bobo's and Helian Chang's (Helian Chang's empress) empresses, as well as Helian Chang's sisters. The Northern Wei emperor took three of Helian Chang's sisters as concubines. Upon hearing the news of Tongwayn's fall, Helian Ding abandoned his campaign against Daxi and joined Helian Chang at Shanggui. Daxi gave chase, intending to destroy Xia.
, Kotor, Lješ etc. In the court of Dušan there were also Catholics (servants from Kotor and Dubrovnik, mercenaries, guests etc.). In the central parts, Saxons were in areas active in mining and trading. Catholics had the full right of faith, except for converting non-Catholics. There are no historical record that traders of catholic faith complained about discrimination based on religion. Dušan was also in contact with the Pope, he negotiated about formal acceptance of papal
etc. In the court of Dušan there were also Catholics (servants from Kotor and Dubrovnik, mercenaries, guests etc.). In the central parts, Saxons were in areas active in mining and trading. Catholics had the full right of faith, except for converting non-Catholics. There are no historical record that traders of catholic faith complained about discrimination based on religion. Dušan was also in contact with the Pope, he negotiated about formal acceptance of papal primacy, his two goals
2354fccf2b7db010VgnVCM1000004d82620aRCRD&locale 0&sourceId ba4e425e0848b010VgnVCM1000004d82620a____&hideNav 1 “I Have a Question: What do we know about the location of the Garden of Eden?” , ''Ensign'', Jan. 1994, 54–55; see also: Andrew Jenson, ''Historical Record'', 7:438-39 (1888); Orson F. Whitney, ''Life of Heber C. Kimball'', Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 219 (1967); Joseph Fielding Smith, Bruce R. McConkie (ed.) ''Doctrines of Salvation'', Salt
: lds.org portal site LDSOrg menuitem.b12f9d18fae655bb69095bd3e44916a0 ?vgnextoid 2354fccf2b7db010VgnVCM1000004d82620aRCRD&locale 0&sourceId ba4e425e0848b010VgnVCM1000004d82620a____&hideNav 1 “I Have a Question: What do we know about the location of the Garden of Eden?” , ''Ensign (Ensign (LDS magazine))'', January 1994, 54–55; see also Andrew Jenson, ''Historical Record'', 7:438–39 (1888); Orson F. Whitney, ''Life of Heber C. Kimball'', Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 219 (1967
2354fccf2b7db010VgnVCM1000004d82620aRCRD&locale 0&sourceId ba4e425e0848b010VgnVCM1000004d82620a____&hideNav 1 “I Have a Question: What do we know about the location of the Garden of Eden?” , ''Ensign (Ensign (LDS magazine))'', Jan. 1994, 54–55; see also Andrew Jenson, ''Historical Record'', 7:438-39 (1888); Orson F. Whitney, ''Life of Heber C. Kimball'', Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 219 (1967); Heber C. Kimball, "Advancement of the Saints", ''Journal of Discourses'' 10:235 (1863
nominal Albanian sovereignty. The city appears in the historical record in 1336 by its Greek name, '''Argyrokastro''', as part of the Byzantine Empire.
of the United States Native American ) could not say much about the people below the "Salt Village" because they (Mountain Cherokee) were not associated with them. The Mohetan was armed by this time of 1671 for the Mohetan Representative was given several pouches of ammunition for his and the other's weapons as a token of friendship. Somebody had already been trading within the central Alleghenies before the Virginians historical record begins in the Allegheny Mountains. Some earlier scholars found evidence these Proto-historics were either Cistercians of Spanish Ajacan Occuquan outpost on the Potomac River or Jesuits and their Kahnawake Praying Indians (Mohawk (Mohawk nation)) on the Riviere de la Ronceverte (Greenbrier River). The "Kanawha Madonna" may date from this period or earlier. Where the New River breaks through Peters’ Mountain, near Pearisburg Virginia the 1671 journal mentions the "Moketans had formerly lived." To survive, remnants of The Neutral tribe migrated in 1667 to ''La Prairie'' (''Caughnawaga'' or Kahnawake) just south of Montreal. section from the existing A-30 to Route 132 in Candiac will be redesignated Autoroute 930 (Quebec Autoroute 930) once construction ends in 2012. 86 15px (Image:Qc207.svg) R-207 (Quebec Route 207) 15px (Image:Qc221.svg) R-221 (Quebec Route 221) Kahnawake, Saint-Rémi (Saint-Rémi, Quebec), Saint-Isidore (Saint-Isidore, Montérégie, Quebec) group3 '''Adjacent communities''' list3 '''Acton Vale (Acton Vale, Quebec):''' CFID 103.7 (CFID-FM) • '''Akwesasne:''' CKON 97.3 (CKON-FM) • '''Châteauguay''': CHAI 101.9 (CHAI-FM) • '''Joliette''': CJLM 103.5 (CJLM-FM) • '''Kahnawake''': CKKI 89.9 (CKKI-FM) • CKRK 103.7 (CKRK-FM) • '''Lachute''': CJLA 104.9 (CJLA-FM) • '''Laval (Laval, Quebec)''': CJLV 1570 (CJLV) • CFGL 105.7 (CFGL-FM) • '''Longueuil''': CHMP 98.5 (CHMP-FM) • CHAA 103.3 (CHAA-FM) • '''Saint-Constant (Saint-Constant, Quebec)''': CJMS 1040 (CJMS) • '''Saint-Hyacinthe (Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec)''': CFEI 106.5 (CFEI-FM) • '''Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu''': CFZZ 104.1 (CFZZ-FM) • '''Saint-Jérôme (Saint-Jérôme, Quebec)''': CIME 103.9 (CIME-FM) • '''Salaberry-de-Valleyfield''': CKOD 103.1 (CKOD-FM) • '''Vaudreuil-Dorion''': CJVD 100.1 (CJVD-FM) group4 Adjacent markets Raids In the early morning hours of October 16, 1780, Lieutenant Houghton of the British Army's 53rd Regiment of Foot and a single Grenadier, along with 300 Mohawk (Mohawk nation) warriors from the Kahnawake Reserve (Kahnawake) in the British province of Quebec (province of Quebec (1763-1791)), attacked and burned the towns of Royalton (Royalton, Vermont), Sharon (Sharon, Vermont) and Tunbridge (Tunbridge, Vermont) along the White River in eastern Vermont. This raid was launched in conjunction with other raids led by Major Christopher Carleton of the 29th Regiment of Foot along the shores of Lake Champlain and Lake George (Lake George (New York)) and Sir John Johnson of the King's Royal Regiment of New York in the Mohawk River valley, to attempt to drive the Vermonters out of Vermont and to burn anything of military value that might be used by the Green Mountain Boys if they decided to attack Montreal or Quebec City again. Four Vermont settlers were killed and twenty six were taken prisoner to Quebec. CKGM files for frequency swap On September 7, 2011, the CRTC announced the applicants for the 690 kHz frequency previously occupied by CINF. Among these included Bell Media, who plan on using 690 as a new frequency for CKGM. Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2011-571, September 7, 2011. The reasoning for the swap is to take advantage of 690's around-the-clock clear-channel (Clear-channel station) frequency, especially during nighttime hours when most sporting events, especially hockey, takes place; at 990, the station is forced to broadcast at a lower power at night, broadcasting directionally towards the north to protect CBW and CBY, significantly decreasing its coverage area in the suburban areas and on the South Shore. Other frequencies CKGM considered moving to was 940 kHz, though doing so would take six months to make the move, as opposed to three months if CKGM is awarded 690; and 600 kHz (formerly used by CINW's predecessor, CIQC, before moving to 940 in 1999), but it would require building new towers, and the only suitable site for broadcast is in Kahnawake, on land owned by competing broadcaster, Cogeco. Fagstein: "Clear Channel Cagematch: CKGM frequency change", November 3, 2011. *Gesgapegiag (Gesgapegiag, Quebec) :fr:Gesgapegiag - Mi'kmaq (Mi'kmaq people) *Kahnawake - Mohawk (Mohawk nation) Quebec Kanesatake - Mohawk (Mohawk nation) The latter name was also given to a northern settlement on the St. Lawrence River opposite Lachine (later Montreal). Also known as ''Kahnawake'', the Canadian settlement was founded by 1718 as a Jesuit mission for the Iroquois converts to Christianity who wanted to withdraw from 'moral corruption' by their pagan kinsmen. '''CKRK-FM''' is an English-language (English language) Canadian (Canada) radio station located in the Kahnawake Mohawk Territory (Mohawk nation), a First Nations reserve (Indian reserve) near Montreal, Quebec.