Duchy of Gascony

the ''Chronicle of Fredegar'', suggesting that it lies south of the Loire. but the nature of this naming is subject to debate. At any rate, Basques at either side of the Garonne are cited in the last independence years of the Duchy up to 768, but this year, its northern boundary is pinpointed on the river Garonne. Several authors have put down this large geographical extent of the 7-8th centuries to an expansion of the Basques from their assumed

law nor Roman law seem to have been in use in the Duchy of Vasconia, and a native order may have prevailed at least until the Carolingian takeover in 768-769. As of 778, Charlemagne started appointing counts (Bordeaux, Toulouse, Fezensac) on the bordering lands of Vasconia along the banks of the river Garonne, so undermining the grip on power of the dukes of Vasconia. Dukes and counts of Vasconia The names of the dukes are recorded under a bewildering number

to Lupus II of Gascony and was handed over to Charlemagne. Dukes of Vasconia vassals of the Franks *Lop II (Lop II of Gascony) (768 or 770-778 or 801) *Sans I (Sans I Lop of Gascony) (778 or 801-812) *Seguin I (Semen I Lop of Gascony) (812-816) *Gassia I (Gassia I Semen of Gascony) (816-818) *Lop III Centullo ''Wasco'' (Lop III Centullo of Gascony) (818-819 or 819-823 ) Dukes of Vasconia and Counts of Bordeaux (Frankish vassals


Chaozhou

of it in the old Guangdong Provincial Museum. * *

桥区开元路32号; Xiāng​qiáo​qū​ Kāi​yuán​lù​) lat long directions phone +86 768 2225571 tollfree fax +86 768 2236542 hours price content Buddhist center embodied with the quintessence of the architectural art of various dynasties such as the Tang, the Song, the Yuan and the Qing. This temple is over 200 years old. The temple is also home to the most influential Buddhism Study Institute in Southeast China. Inside, handsome calligraphy and inscribed steles remind visitors


Francia

Empire 481 to 814-en.svg image_map_alt image_map_caption Frankish Empire, early 9th century capital Tournai (431–508) Paris (508–768) area over 1.000.000 km² latd latm latNS longd longm longEW national_motto national_anthem common_languages Old Franconian (Frankish language), Latin religion Roman Catholic

–639 year_leader4 751–768 year_leader5 768–814 today ''see'' list ( List of modern countries within the Frankish Empire). '''Francia''' or '''Frankia''', also called the '''Kingdom of the Franks''' or '''Frankish Kingdom''' ( ), '''Frankish Empire''', '''Frankish Realm''' or occasionally '''Frankland''', was the territory inhabited and ruled by the Franks, a confederation of Germanic tribes, during Late Antiquity

'') in the creation of a new world order, centred on the Pope. Upon Pepin's death in 768, his sons, Charles and Carloman (Carloman, son of Pippin III), once again divided the kingdom between themselves. However, Carloman withdrew to a monastery and died shortly thereafter, leaving sole rule to his brother, who would later become known as Charlemagne or Charles the Great, a powerful, intelligent, and modestly literate figure who became a legend for the later history of both France and Germany. Charlemagne


Watertown, South Dakota

, South Dakota Micropolitan Statistical Area (Watertown micropolitan area). The population was 768 at the 2010 census (United States Census, 2010). '''Hayti''' (pronounced "HAY-tie" ) is a town in Hamlin County (Hamlin County, South Dakota), South Dakota, United


Sisak

in rulers until the coming of the first Serbian Prince known by name, Višeslav (Višeslav of Serbia), who was a contemporary with Charlemagne (768–814). Višeslav's son, or grandson, ruled during the uprisings of Ljudevit Posavski against the Franks in 819–822. According to the Royal Frankish Annals, in 822, Ljudevit went from his seat in Sisak to the Serbs somewhere in western Bosnia – the Serbs are mentioned as controlling the greater part of Dalmatia (Roman province

of Charlemagne (fl. 768-814), ruled the Županias of ''Neretva, Tara (Tara Mountain), Piva, Lim (Lim River)'', his ancestral lands. Count Cedomilj Mijatovic, ''Servia and the Servians'', p. 3; John Anthony Cuddon, ''The companion guide to Jugoslavia'', p. 454 According to the Royal Frankish Annals (821–822), ''Duke of Pannonia'' Ljudevit Posavski fled, during the Frankish invasion, from his seat in Sisak to the Serbs in western Bosnia, who controlled


Stavropol Krai

Source *Birth Rate: 11.22 per 1,000 *Death Rate: 13.32 per 1,000 *Net Immigration: +3.5 per 1,000 *NGR: -0.21% per Year *PGR: +0.14% per Year ;Vital statistics for 2012 *Births: 34 768 (12.5 per 1000) *Deaths: 33 356 (12.0 per 1000) http: www.gks.ru free_doc 2012 demo edn12-12.htm *'''Total fertility rate: http: www.gks.ru wps wcm connect rosstat_main rosstat ru statistics publications catalog doc_1137674209312 ''' 2009 - 1.45 2010 - 1.44 2011


Nagorno-Karabakh Republic

: www.unhcr.org home RSDCOI 456567564.pdf archivedate June 29, 2007


Mordovia

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Nanyang, Henan

Hán Yù ) (768–824), born in Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan, China, was a precursor of Neo-Confucianism as well as an essayist and poet (List of Chinese authors), during the Tang dynasty. The ''Indiana Companion'' calls him "comparable in stature to Dante, Shakespeare or Goethe" for his influence on the Chinese literary tradition (p. 397). He stood for strong central authority in politics and orthodoxy in cultural matters. He


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