Ostrogothic Kingdom

Battles of Isonzo and Verona date_pre 489 event1 Start of Gothic War (Gothic War (535–554)) date_event1 535 p1 Kingdom of Odoacer s1 Byzantium under the Justinian dynasty flag_s1 Simple Labarum.svg image_map Ostrogothic Kingdom.png image_map_caption The Ostrogothic Kingdom at its greatest extent. capital Ravenna (from 493 to 540) latd 44 latm 25 latNS N longd 12 longm 12 longEW E common_languages Latin

. Only by renouncing his throne in the Empire's favour could Theodahad hope to avert war. The Gothic War and end of the Ostrogothic Kingdom (535–554) The '''Gothic War''' between the Eastern Roman Empire and the Ostrogothic Kingdom was fought from 535 until 554 in Italy, Dalmatia (Dalmatia (theme)), Sardinia, Sicily and Corsica. It is commonly divided into two phases. The first phase lasted from 535 to 540 and ended with the fall

of Ravenna and the apparent reconquest of Italy by the Byzantines. During the second phase (540 541–553), Goths' resistance was reinvigorated under Totila and put down only after a long struggle by Narses, who also repelled the 554 invasion by the Franks and Alamanni. In the same year, Justinian promulgated the Pragmatic Sanction which prescribed Italy's new government. Several cities in northern Italy continued to hold out, however, until the early 560s. The war had its roots

Villa de Etla

of potable water for three months in 2008. The protesters claimed they had running water irregularly only about once a week and sometimes not even that.

, this image was given credit. Yearly rites of gratitude to this image eventually developed into the borough’s annual Passion Play (passion play). Since 1853, this church has been the center of most indigenous dance held. This is because in that year the archbishop of Mexico forbade “pagan” dances and to avoid confrontation, the dances began to be held here in the main atrium (Atrium (architecture)). In 1875, the church was painted by Anacleto Escutia. - 554 Villa de Etla Villa de Etla Etla (Etla District, Oaxaca) - - 554 Villa de Etla Villa de Etla Etla (Etla District, Oaxaca) -

Liao dynasty

. Twitchett and Tietze (1994), 44-45. The earliest reference to a Khitan state is found in the ''Book of Wei'', a history of the Northern Wei Dynasty (Northern Wei) (386–534) that was completed in 554. Twitchett and Tietze (1994), 44. Several books written after 554 mention the Khitans as being active during the late third and early fourth centuries. The ''Book of Jin'' (648), a history of the Jin

scholars made the claim that the Khitans were Tungusic (Tungusic peoples) in origin—modern linguistic analysis has discredited this claim. Xu (2005), 85-87. By the time the ''Book of Wei'' was written in 554, the Khitans had formed a state in what is now China's Jilin and Liaoning Provinces. The Khitans suffered a series of military defeats to other nomadic groups in the region, as well as to the Chinese


, Franca, Rio Claro and Cuiabá have digital terrestrial broadcasting. By 2013 the digital signal will be available in the whole country. * Paramaribo, capital of Suriname: 342 km to the northwest. * Macapá, capital of the federal state of Amapá (Brazil): 554 km to the southeast. - valign top Macapá Amapá SBMQ MCP ''' Macapá International Airport Alberto Alcolumbre International


0CCwQ6AEwAA#v onepage&q Zaptal%20Illyrian%20town&f false Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography: Abacaenum-Hytanis. 1854 by Sir William Smith The town changed its name to Epidaurum when it came under Roman rule in 228 BC. Justinian I the Emperor of the Byzantine Empire sent his fleet to Cavtat during the Gothic War (535–554) Ostrogoths were at war with Byzantine Empire in the 6th century. and occupied the town. The city was sacked

Welch, West Virginia

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: timber port. Chuna River 142:Chuna. 269:Vikhorevka: railway administration. 282:Anzebi: 20 km spur line to '''Bratsk''' town. About 330: '''Bratsk Dam''': Railway runs across the top of the dam. 463:Vidim. 546:Shredneilimskya on the Ust-Ilimsk reservoir. 554:Zheleznogorsk-Ilimsky:mining town. 575: Khrebetovaya: '''branch''' line north to Ust-Ilimsk (see branches below) Enter Lena basin. Kuta River. '''715:Ust-Kut:''' port on the Lena River where

Ashburn, Ontario

;PTYPE 88971%2C97154&S 0&SHOWALL 0&SUB 0&TABID 1&THEME 69&Temporal 2006&VID 0&VNAMEE &VNAMEF #FN2 Value of Dwelling; catalogue no. 97-554-XCB2006043 (Whitby, T Code3518009) ." Contextual information for Ashburn's designated primary schools (in the neighbouring hamlet of Brooklin (Brooklin, Ontario)) indicates a lower percentage of children born outside of Canada than the regional and provincial averages, and far fewer bilingual children.<

South Norfolk

St Peter '''Brooke''' is a village and civil parish in the South Norfolk district of Norfolk, England, about 7 miles south of Norwich and roughly equidistant from Norwich and Bungay. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 1,242 in 554 households. '''Burgh St Peter''' is a village

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