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numerous ancient


Jerash

into small basins on the sidewalk. thumb 300px The ''Nymphenbad'', the nympheum of the Zwinger (Image:Nymphenbad 1.JPG), Dresden thumb right 300px The Via Maris (purple), King's Highway (red), and other ancient Levantine trade routes, c. 1300 BCE (Image:Ancient Levant routes.png) Numerous ancient states, including Edom, Moab, Ammon, and various Aramaean polities depended largely on the King's Highway for trade. The Highway began in Heliopolis (ancient) Heliopolis, Egypt


Madaba

Government of Iraqi Kurdistan and a former deputy prime minister of the Federal government of Iraq. He is married and has a daughter who attended Princeton University and a son who graduated from King's Academy in Madaba, Jordan and who currently attends Columbia. 50 Madaba, Jordan Madaba Map thumb right 300px The Via Maris (purple), King's Highway (red), and other ancient Levantine trade routes, c. 1300 BCE (Image:Ancient Levant routes.png) Numerous

ancient states, including Edom, Moab, Ammon, and various Aramaean polities depended largely on the King's Highway for trade. The Highway began in Heliopolis, Egypt (Heliopolis (ancient)) and from there went eastward to Clysma (modern Suez), through the Mitla Pass and the Egyptian (Ancient Egypt) forts of Nekhl (An-Nakhl Fortress) and Themed in the Sinai desert to Eilat and Aqaba. From there the Highway turned northward through the Arabah, past


Wadi Halfa

and the point where goods are transferred from rail to ferries going down the lake. As of 2007, the city had a population of 15,725. The town is located amidst numerous ancient Nubian antiquities and was the focus of much archaeological work by teams seeking to save artifacts from the flooding caused by the completion of the Aswan Dam. History Image:General Kitchener and the Anglo-egyptian Nile Campaign, 1898 HU93862.jpg thumb A 19th-century photograph


Bosra

) Hierocles . After the Arab conquests it became a titular see. http: www.newadvent.org cathen 05009a.htm Dionysias in the Catholic Encyclopedia. thumb right 300px The Via Maris (purple), King's Highway (red), and other ancient Levantine trade routes, c. 1300 BCE (Image:Ancient Levant routes.png) Numerous ancient states, including Edom, Moab, Ammon, and various Aramaean polities depended largely on the King's Highway for trade. The Highway began


Semnan, Iran

to the ones in Semnan Semnan's proximity to the Kavir (Dasht-e Kavir) Desert has provided the city with the opportunity to construct numerous facilities in order to cope with the dry climate. As a result, Semnan has numerous ancient, traditional irregation systems known as qanat. In addition, the roofs of many buildings are decorated with windcatchers known in Persian as badgir. These badgirs were normally attached to a small cistern of drinking water known in Persian as Ab Anbar


Cuenca, Spain

of the old bridge. Seminary The Seminary (''Seminario''), a rectangular building stretching from Plaza de la Merced to Mangana Square, was established under the ruling of the bishop José Flores Osorio and built by Vicente Sevilla, around 1745. The magnificent baroque façade at Plaza de la Merced was however set up in 1748. It holds a library with numerous ancient books, some of them “incunables” (previous to 1501). There is also a Rococo meeting room inside and a Gothic architecture


Aswan

2009-- The city is mentioned by numerous ancient writers, including Herodotus, (ii. 30) Strabo, (ii. p. 133, xvii. p. 797, ''seq.'') Stephanus of Byzantium, (''s. v.'') Ptolemy, (vii. 5. § 15, viii. 15. § 15) Pliny the Elder, (ii. 73. s. 75, v. 10. s. 11, vi. 29. s. 34) Vitruvius, (''De architectura'', book viii. ch

Philae is mentioned by numerous ancient writers, including Strabo, i. p. 40, xvii. pp. 803, 818, 820 Diodorus, i. 22 Ptolemy, iv. 5. § 74 Seneca (Seneca the Younger), ''Quaest. Nat.'' iv. 1 Pliny the Elder. v. 9. s. 10 It was, as the plural name indicates, the appellation of two small islands situated in latitude 24° north (24th parallel north), just above


Eilat

69 Squadron was deactivated and its assests handed over to 103 Squadron (103 Squadron (Israel)), Aloni and Avidror 2010 (#Avidror), pp. 56-79 which soon retired the Catalinas but continued to operate the three B-17s. Aloni and Avidror 2010 (#Avidror), p. 80 thumb right 300px The Via Maris (purple), King's Highway (red), and other ancient Levantine trade routes, c. 1300 BCE (Image:Ancient Levant routes.png) Numerous ancient states, including


Colchis

. The steppes to the north of the Black Sea have been suggested as the original homeland (''Urheimat'') of the speakers of the Proto-Indo-European language, (PIE) the progenitor of the Indo-European language (Indo-European languages) family, by some scholars such as Kurgan; others move the heartland further east towards the Caspian Sea, yet others to Anatolia). Numerous ancient ports line Black Sea's coasts, some older than the pyramids.


Suez

the war ended, November 17, 1869. Intriguingly, it was also in 1869 that a railway finally spanned the North American continent, as the Union Pacific work crew met that of the Central Pacific (Central Pacific Railroad) in Utah. Capitalism and the engine of profit was making the globe a smaller place. thumb right 300px The Via Maris (purple), King's Highway (red), and other ancient Levantine trade routes, c. 1300 BCE (Image:Ancient Levant routes.png) Numerous ancient states


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