Yehud Medinata

was the standard for Mediterranean trade).amp;printsec frontcover&dq The+crisis+of+Israelite+religion:+transformation+of+religious+tradition&source gbs_similarbooks_s&cad 1#v onepage&q&f false Diane V. Edelman, "The Triumph of Elohim", p.223 In 539 BCE, Babylon fell to the Persians (Achaemenids). (This event is dated securely from non-biblical sources). According to the Bible, in his first

by the scribe-sage (Ezra and the appointed aristocrat-governor (Nehemiah). This new pattern provided the leadership model for Yehud for centuries to come.amp;printsec frontcover&dq lester+grabbe+1995&source gbs_similarbooks_s&cad 1#v onepage&q&f false Lee I. Levine, Jerusalem: portrait of the city in the second Temple period (538 B.C.E.-70 C.E.), p.42 Administration and demographics Yehud

445 BCE onwards it was once more the main city of Yehud, with walls, a temple (the Second Temple) and other facilities needed to function as a provincial capital, including, from 420 BCE, a local mint striking silver coins. amp;pg PA131&lpg PA131&dq history+yehud+2008&source bl&ots LGmPdldLsV&sig QIbpDXAPWb0nu2lOKXq5o636nuU&hl en&ei qAMBTNrHBYmlceLa6NUB&sa X&oi book_result&ct result&resnum 2


Duchy of Amalfi

as a whole, attracting thousands of tourists annually. During the 10th-11th centuries, the Duchy of Amalfi existed on the territory of the Amalfi Coast, centered in the town of Amalfi, until it was sacked by the Republic of Pisa in 1137.

; *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Otto III (Otto III, Holy Roman Emperor) (996–1002) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) Creation of independent moieties (774 – 849) Under Arechis and his successors, it was the Beneventan policy pay homage to the Carolingian emperors but ignore their rulings. As a result, ''De

Duke Andrew II first called in Saracen mercenaries (mercenary). *'''Taifa of Alpuente''' - Abdallah II Chanah ed Dawlah (1092–1103) *'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Marinus Sebastus (Marinus Sebastus of Amalfi) (1096–1100) *'''County of Angoulême''' - William III (William III, Count of Angoulême) (1089–1118) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Conrad II (Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1027–1039) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso II


Mendip

Kingdom subdivision_type1 Constituent country (Constituent country) subdivision_name1 England subdivision_type2 Region (Regions of England) subdivision_name2 South West England subdivision_type3 Ceremonial county (Ceremonial counties of England) subdivision_name3 Somerset subdivision_type4 Admin HQ subdivision_name4 Shepton Mallet seat_type seat

latm lats latNS longd longm longs longEW postal_code_type Post Code postal_code BA4 (BA postcode area) area_code 01749 website http: www.mendip.gov.uk footnotes <

; Refs - alt Gray stone building with square tower at left hand end. Foreground includes grass area with gravestones, taken over the top of metal railings. 100px (File:Ashwickchurch.jpg) Ashwick Civil parish style "text-align:center;" 1,352 Shepton Mallet Rural District


Kingdom of Iberia

. Its population, known as the Caucasian Iberians, formed the nucleus of the Georgian people (Kartvelians), and the state, together with Colchis to its west, would form

ruler Mihdrat I (Mithridates I of Iberia) (AD 58-106) as "the friend of the Caesars" and the king "of the Roman-loving Iberians." . The next two centuries saw a continuation of Roman influence over the area, but by the reign of King Pharsman II (Pharsman II of Iberia) (116&amp;nbsp;– 132) Iberia had

Rosen, Jeffrey Jay Foxx. ''Georgia: A sovereign country of the Caucasus'' * Thomson, Robert W. ''Rewriting Caucasian History'' (1996) ISBN 0-19-826373-2 * Braund, David. ''Georgia in Antiquity: A History of Colchis and Transcaucasian Iberia, 550 BC-AD 562'' (New York: Oxford University Press, 1994) ISBN 0-19-814473-3 * Lang, David Marshall. ''The Georgians'' (London: Thames &amp; Hudson, 1966) * Toumanoff, Cyril. ''Studies in Christian Caucasian History''. Washington D.C.: Georgetown


County of Toulouse

from abroad. The campaign took place in 793 against the Kingdom of Asturias and the County of Toulouse; in this second campaign he was defeated at Orange (Orange, Vaucluse) by William of Gellone, the Frankish (Franks) count of Toulouse and first cousin to Charles the Great. **'''Poitiers''' - Ranulf II of Aquitaine, Count of Poitiers (877&amp;ndash;890) **'''County of Toulouse''' - Bernard Plantapilosa (877&amp;ndash;886) **'''Tours''' - Hugh

the Abbot , Count of Tours (866&amp;ndash;886) *'''Kingdom of Thessalonica''' - Demetrius (Demetrius of Montferrat) (1207&amp;ndash;1224) *'''County of Toulouse''' - Raymond VI (Raymond VI of Toulouse) (1194&amp;ndash;1222) *'''Bishopric of Utrecht''' - Otto II van Lippe (1216&amp;ndash;1227) The city of Toulouse, in Midi-Pyrénées, southern France can be traced back to ancient times. It was the capital of the County

of Toulouse in the Middle Ages and today is the capital of the Midi-Pyrénées region. *'''Kingdom of Thessalonica''' - Demetrius (Demetrius of Montferrat) (1207&amp;ndash;1224) *'''County of Toulouse''' - Raymond VI (Raymond VI of Toulouse) (1194&amp;ndash;1222) *'''Republic of Venice''' - Pietro Ziani Doge of Venice (Doges of Venice) (1205&amp;ndash;1229) *'''Kingdom of Thessalonica''' - Demetrius (Demetrius of Montferrat) (1207&amp;ndash;1224) *''' County


Margraviate of Austria

subsequent rulers resided. The original march coincided with the modern Wachau, but was shortly enlarged eastwards at least as far as the Wienerwald (Vienna Woods). Under Margrave Ernest the Brave (Ernest, Margrave of Austria) (1055&amp;ndash;1075), the colonisation of the northern Waldviertel up to the Thaya river and the Bohemian march of Moravia was begun, and the Hungarian March was merged into Austria. The margraves' residence later was moved down the Danube

margravial authority in the region during the interval 900&amp;ndash;976. Margravial Austria reached its greatest height under Leopold III (Leopold III, Margrave of Austria), a great friend of the church and founder of abbeys. He patronised towns and developed a great level of territorial independence. In 1139, Leopold IV (Leopold IV, Duke of Bavaria) inherited Bavaria. When his successor, the last margrave, Henry Jasomirgott, was deprived of Bavaria in 1156, Austria was elevated to a duchy

in the 1278 Battle on the Marchfeld. Notes *Reuter, Timothy. ''Germany in the Early Middle Ages 800&amp;ndash;1056''. New York: Loman, 1991


County of Boulogne

, the County of Boulogne was integrated into the royal domain (Crown lands of France).'' References See also *County of Artois *County of Flanders (Category:Counts of Boulogne) Category:Kingdom of France Boulogne (Category:Lists of counts) *'''Kingdom of Bohemia''' - Premysl I Ottokar (1198&amp;ndash;1230) *'''County of Boulogne''' - Matilda II (Matilda II of Boulogne) (1216- c. 1260) *'''Duchy of Brabant''' - Henry I, Duke of Brabant

Henry I (1190&amp;ndash;1235) *'''Kingdom of Bohemia''' - Premysl I Ottokar (1198&amp;ndash;1230) *'''County of Boulogne''' - Matilda II (Matilda II of Boulogne) (1216- c. 1260) *'''Duchy of Brabant''' - Henry I (Henry I, Duke of Brabant) (1190&amp;ndash;1235) *'''County of Aumale''' - John II (John II, Count of Aumale) (1302&amp;ndash;1340) *'''County of Auvergne&amp;ndash;County of Boulogne''' - Joanna I (Joanna I of Auvergne) (1332&amp;ndash;1360

) *'''County of Auxerre''' - John II (Jean II of Chalon) (1304&amp;ndash;1346) *'''Kingdom of Bohemia''' - Premysl I Ottokar (1198&amp;ndash;1230) *'''County of Boulogne''' - Matilda II (Matilda II of Boulogne) (1216- c. 1260) *'''Duchy of Brabant''' - Henry I (Henry I, Duke of Brabant) (1190&amp;ndash;1235) *'''Kingdom of Bohemia''' - Premysl I Ottokar (1198&amp;ndash;1230) *'''County of Boulogne''' - Matilda II (Matilda II of Boulogne) (1216- c. 1260) *''' Duchy


City of Wakefield

of England Region subdivision_name2 Yorkshire and the Humber subdivision_type3 Ceremonial county (Ceremonial counties of England) subdivision_name3 West Yorkshire seat_type Admin.&amp;nbsp;HQ seat Wakefield government_type Metropolitan borough, City (City status in the United Kingdom) leader_title Governing body leader_name Wakefield Metropolitan District Council leader_title1 Lord Mayor leader_name1

Cllr Elaine Blezard leader_title2 Leadership (Local government in England#Councillors and mayors) leader_name2 Leader &amp; Cabinet leader_title3 Executive leader_name3 leader_title4 MPs (MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 2005): leader_name4 Ed Balls (Labour), Yvette Cooper (Labour), Mary Creagh (Labour), Jon Trickett (Labour

and metropolitan borough. Wakefield is the district's administrative centre. The district includes the "Five Towns" of Normanton (Normanton, West Yorkshire), Pontefract, Featherstone, Castleford and Knottingley. Other towns include Ossett, Hemsworth, South Kirkby &amp; Moorthorpe and South Elmsall. The City and borough are governed by Wakefield Metropolitan District Council. Wakefield lies between Leeds and Sheffield In 2010


Kingdom of Powys

Christianity currency ceiniog cyfreith &amp; ceiniog cwta national_anthem Unbennaeth Prydain "The Monarchy of Britain" Wade-Evans, Arthur. ''Welsh Medieval Law (s:Page:Welsh Medieval Law.djvu 451)''. Oxford Univ., 1909. Accessed 1 Feb 2013. Bradley, A.G. ''Owen Glyndwr and the Last Struggle for Welsh Independence''. G.P. Putnam's Sons (New

York), 1901. Accessed 1 Feb 2013. Jenkins, John. ''Poetry of Wales''. Houlston &amp; Sons (London), 1873. Accessed 1 Feb 2013. category footnotes Demonym: Powyssi; Powysian thumb right 250px Powys landscape near Foel (Image:Wales Powys landscape near Foel.jpg) The '''Kingdom of Powys''' was a Welsh (Wales) succession of states successor state

Wroxeter), the fourth-largest Roman city in Britain. An entry in the ''Annales Cambriae'' concerning the death of King Cadell ap Elisedd says that the land later called Powys was originally known as '''Ternyllwg'''. Cambrian Archaeological Association. ''Archaeologia Cambrensis'': "The Pillar of Eliseg",amp;pg PA297 p. 297. W. Pickering, 1851. Accessed 27 Feb 2013. Early Middle Ages Throughout


Ashburn, Ontario

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Creek immediately south of the hamlet has been documented. "PKFHSPKFHS amp;keywords Ashburn Historic Rock near Brooklin" (1938), ''Greenwood - Kinsale Tweesdmiur History 1920-1938'', p. 55; also Central Lake Ontario Conservation, "Lynde Creek Watershed Existing Conditions Report: 4.0


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