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Semnan, Iran

Publications Literature and media Poetry Poetry is the most important form of literature in the city of Semnan, especially in terms of its cultural value. Semnani people have contributed greatly to their poetry; they use poetry to express their emotions, philosophies, politics, etc., as well as to preserve the native '''Semani''' language. Other poetic works tend to be about God and nature. Also, many books have been published full of traditional poetry. Perhaps the most famous is ''Nanén Hıkôtí'', or ''Mom's Sayings''. http: www.safinehnooh.com booklist.pdf Two famous Semnani poets are Zabihullah Andaliba and Rahim Me`marian. گويش سمناني (در حال انقراض) سایت جامع سمنان - بـُهار (شعری به گویش سمنانی) The following is an excerpt from a poem about Spring, by Rahim Me`marian, in the Semnani language, along with an English translation: , ''Ostān-e Semnān'' ) is one of the 31 provinces (provinces of Iran) of Iran. It is in the north of the country, and its center is Semnan (Semnan, Iran). The province of Semnan covers an area of 96,816 square kilometers and stretches along the Alborz mountain range and borders to Dasht-e Kavir desert in its southern parts. In 1340 Mas'ud moved against the Ja'un-i Qurban under Arghun Shah; the latter was forced to abandon Nishapur and retreat to Tus (Tus, Iran). The Sarbadars continued to mint coins in Togha Temur's name, in the hope that he would ignore this move as he was campaigning in the west again at this time. The khan, however, moved against them; his forces were destroyed, and while fleeing to Mazandaran several important figures such as 'Ala' al-Din (formerly in charge of Sabzavar), 'Adb-Allah, and Togha's own brother 'Ali Ke'un were killed. The Sarbadars gained control of Jajarm, Damghan and Simnan (Semnan, Iran), along with Togha's capital of Gurgan. Mas'ud and Hasan Juri, however, soon came into disagreement over several issues. Mas'ud, following the defeat of Togha Temur, gained a new suzerain in the form of Hasan Kucek of the Chobanids, as well as the latter's puppet khan Sulaiman. Mas'ud considered the move necessary; with the conquest of Simnan, the Chobanids were now neighbors. Since the Chobanids were Sunnis, however, this doubtless did not go over well with Mas'ud's co-ruler. Safir-2 (Safir (rocket)) Semnan (Semnan, Iran), Iran 2 February 2009 The most important network of roads consists of Semnan (Semnan, Iran) to Sangsar to Shahmirzad to Fooladmahale axis which connects these places with the city of Sari (Sari, Iran). This road connects the two provinces of Mazandaran and Semnan.


Ganja, Azerbaijan

name was Ilyas, is the most celebrated native poet of the Persians after Firdausi. His nisbah designates him as a native of Ganja (Elizavetpol, Kirovabad) in Azerbaijan, then still a country with an Iranian population, and he spent the whole of his life in Transcaucasia; the verse in some of his poetic works which makes him a native of the hinterland of Qom is a spurious interpolation." (pp 438 of Amazon link). and his chosen pen-name


Alexandria

. * '''Student of Callimachus.''' The ''Lives'' and the ''Suda'' agree that Apollonius was a student of the poet and scholar Callimachus. Their poetic works indicate a close relationship, if only as authors, with similarities in theme and composition, style and phrasing, but it is not easy to work out who was responding to whom, especially since 'publication' was a gradual process in those days, with shared readings of works in progress and circulation of private copies: "In these circumstances interrelationships between writers who habitually cross-refer and allude to one another are likely to be complex." A.W. Bulloch, ''Hellenistic Poetry'', 587 DATE OF BIRTH PLACE OF BIRTH Alexandria or Naucratis DATE OF DEATH In 1832 de Lesseps was appointed vice-consul at Alexandria. While the vessel de Lesseps sailed to Egypt in was in quarantine at the Alexandrian lazaretto, M. Mimaut, consul-general of France at Alexandria, sent him several books, among which was the memoir written upon the Suez Canal, according to Napoleon Bonaparte's instructions, by the civil engineer Jacques-Marie Le Père, one of the scientific members of the French expedition. When Ezana came of age, Edesius returned to Tyre, where he stayed and was ordained a priest. Frumentius, on the other hand, eager for the conversion of Ethiopia, accompanied Edesius as far as Alexandria, where he requested Athanasius (Athanasius of Alexandria), Patriarch of Alexandria, to send a bishop and some priests to Ethiopia. By Athanasius' own account (Athanasius, ''Epistola ad Constantinum''), he believed Frumentius the most suitable person for the job and consecrated him as bishop, traditionally in the year 328, or according to others, between 340-346. Frumentius returned to Ethiopia, erected his episcopal see at Axum, baptized King Ezana, who had meanwhile succeeded to the throne, built many churches, and spread Christianity throughout Ethiopia. The people called Frumentius ''Kesate Birhan'' (Revealer of Light) and ''Abba Salama'' (Father of Peace), and he became the first ''Abune'' — a title given to the head of the Ethiopian Church (Tewahedo Church). - ALY HEAX Alexandria International Airport (Alexandria International Airport (Egypt)) Alexandria, Egypt - - HBE HEBA Borg El Arab Airport Alexandria Borg El Arab, Egypt - In June 1968, Pope Cyril received the relics of Saint Mark the Evangelist and Apostle (Mark the Evangelist), which had been taken from Alexandria to Venice over eleven centuries earlier. The relics were interred beneath the newly completed Cathedral of Saint Mark (Coptic Cathedral) in Cairo, which was built under Pope Cyril and was inaugurated in a ceremony attended by President Nasser (Gamal Abdel Nasser), Emperor Haile Selassie, and delegates from most other churches. birth_date 77 BC birth_place Alexandria, Egypt (Ancient Egypt) death_date 55 BC '''Berenice IV Epiphaneia''' ( Wikipedia:Alexandria Dmoz:Regional Africa Egypt Localities Alexandria commons:الإسكندرية


Cyprus

birth. Myrtle (Myrtle (plant))s, doves, sparrows, horses, and swans are sacred to her. The Greeks further identified the Ancient Egyptian goddess Hathor with Aphrodite. Reginald Eldred Witt, ''Isis in the ancient world'' (Johns Hopkins University Press) 1997:125. ISBN 0-8018-5642-6 Aphrodite is usually said to have been born near Paphos, on the island of Cyprus, for which reason she is called "Cyprian", especially in the poetic

works of Sappho. Her chief center of worship was at Paphos, where the goddess of desire had been worshipped from the early Iron Age in the form of Ishtar and Astarte. However, other versions of her myth have her born near the island of Kythira (Cythera), for which reason she is called "Cytherea". Homer, ''Odyssey'' viii. 288; Herodotus i. 105; Pausanias iii. 23. § 1; Anacreon v. 9; Horace, ''Carmina'' i. 4. 5. Kythira was a stopping place for trade


Switzerland

Merkblatt zur Schweizer Rechtslage (PDF) . * Syria: '''Life+50''' A two-volume collection of his poetry works has been published in Kurdish (Kurdish language) under the title "Sherko Bekas' Diwan" in Sweden. These two 1000-page volumes contain his poetic works in their entirety. He has read his poems in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, United Kingdom, Russia, and Italy, where he was named honorary citizen of Milan. He visited United States in 1990. The '''Schützenpanzer Lang HS.30''' (also ''Schützenpanzer 12-3'') was a German (Germany) infantry fighting vehicle developed during the 1950s. It was a Swiss (Switzerland) Hispano-Suiza design, with a Rolls-Royce (Rolls-Royce Limited) engine. After some early mechanical problems only some 2000 were built of the 10,000 planned. It was armed with a 20 mm cannon which was an unusually powerful weapon for an armoured personnel carrier of the period but, on the other hand, it had many flaws and drawbacks. Its construction was followed by a great political scandal in West Germany in the 1960s. 2176 SPz 12-3 and variants were built until 1962, for which the German government paid 517 million DM, or about 238,000 DM per vehicle. The SPz 12-3 was first deployed in 1958 and was replaced by the Marder (Marder (IFV)) infantry fighting vehicle from 1971. Incidents such as this caused Dr Simon to leave Vienna and take his family to Switzerland and later to the USA (United States). - 29 Jan 1983 commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


Berlin

Berlin Radio Tower Berlin (Funkturm Berlin) is a radio tower in Berlin, standing 150 meters tall. It was built by Straumer, and has a steel lattice construction. It was inaugurated on September 3, 1926. The first worldwide FM radio programs were broadcast from this tower. It also broadcast the first regular television program, the 1936 Summer Olympics. The Story of Zohreh and Manouchehr is one of his famous poetic works. Here Iraj tells the story based on the Greek mythology


Norway

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Russia

; in Sweden. These two 1000-page volumes contain his poetic works in their entirety. He has read his poems in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, United Kingdom, Russia, and Italy, where he was named honorary citizen of Milan. He visited United States in 1990. The Russian Navy's '''Project 677 Lada-class submarine''' (Russian: Лада) is a class designed by the Russian Rubin Design Bureau. The class is also referred to as the '''''Petersburg'' (or ''Sankt Peterburg'' or ''Peterburg'') class''', after the lead ship. A program to develop a "fourth generation" diesel-electric submarine, it aimed to produce a highly improved version of the Project 636 Kilo class (Kilo class submarine) with much quieter, new combat systems, and possibly air-independent propulsion. In the first part of the book, Elst also discusses Negationism and Holocaust denial in Europe and Russia. He writes that Holocaust deniers in Europe often keep all evidence out of view or deny the existence of such evidence. Elst also remarks that Negationism of the Holocaust is not accepted in the West, and negationists are often prosecuted in some countries. '''Sergey Vladimirovich Obraztsov''' ( Commons:Category:Russia WikiPedia:Russia Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia


Italy

, particularly on battle and the martial arts. His most important work was the ''Collectanea'', which was likely written in the 1480s, and published in 1509, and was a text on single armed combat. A two-volume collection of his poetry works has been published in Kurdish (Kurdish language) under the title "Sherko Bekas' Diwan" in Sweden. These two 1000-page volumes contain his poetic works in their entirety. He has read his poems in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, United Kingdom, Russia, and Italy, where he was named honorary citizen of Milan. He visited United States in 1990. '''Pacificus''' was a disciple of St. Francis of Assisi (Francis of Assisi), born probably near Ascoli, Italy, in the second half of the twelfth century; died, it is thought, at Lens (Lens, Pas-de-Calais), France, around 1234. Makhlulif is wanted in Italy over a plot to bomb the American embassy in Rome, in collaboration with al-Qaeda's cell in Milan, Italy. '''Michelangelo Anselmi''' (c. 1492 – c. 1554) was an Italian (Italy) Renaissance-Mannerist (Mannerism) painter (Painting) active mostly in Parma.


Canada

(New York (New York City) and New Orleans), France (Paris, La Rochelle, Caen, Grenoble, Lyon, and Poitiers), Belgium (Brussels, Namur (Namur (city)), Liège), the Republic of Congo (Kinshasa), Mexico (Mexico City), the Czech Republic (Prague), Slovakia (Bratislava), and Switzerland (Delémont). ''Living on the Edge, the Poetic Works of Gérald Leblanc'' also known by its


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