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classical studies


Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec

;casavant.ca" Originally a blacksmith, Casavant gave up his trade at age 27 to pursue classical studies in '' (The Art of Making Organs). He subsequently used it to restore

;casavant.ca" Originally a blacksmith, Casavant gave up his trade at age 27 to pursue classical studies in '' (The Art of Making Organs). He subsequently used it to restore the unfinished


Zahlé

abbr on to the Southwest): rock sculptures of three deities that seem to be of Roman origin


Socialist Republic of Macedonia

0CCwQ6AEwATgK#v onepage&q scupi%20dardania%20roman&f false The provincial at Rome: and, Rome and the Balkans 80BC-AD14, Liverpool University Press, Classical Studies and Ancient History, Authors Ronald Syme, Anthony Richard Birley, Publisher University of Exeter Press, 1999, ISBN 0859896323, 130.

The provincial at Rome: and, Rome and the Balkans 80BC-AD14, Liverpool University Press, Classical Studies and Ancient History, Authors Ronald Syme, Anthony Richard Birley, Publisher University of Exeter Press, 1999, ISBN 0859896323, 130.


Ancaster, Ontario

, and Classical Studies at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario (near Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario)) and has provided expert commentary for the Copper Scroll in the Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls http: www.wmcarey.edu browning Classes DSS REL450DSSBibliography.pdf (ISBN 0-19-508450-0), and also in a Nova (Nova (TV series)) documentary. She was born in Stratford (Stratford, Ontario), Ontario, and was educated in that city and Hamilton, Ontario


Lévis, Quebec

1854 to 1860 Fréchette did his classical studies at the Séminaire de Québec, the Collège de Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pocatière and at the Séminaire de Nicolet. He later studied law at Université Laval. DATE OF BIRTH November 16, 1839 PLACE OF BIRTH Lévis (Lévis, Quebec), Lower Canada DATE OF DEATH May 30, 1908 The charter was soon extended east to Portland, Maine and west to Sarnia, Ontario. In 1853 the GTR purchased the St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad from Montreal to the Quebec–Vermont border, and the partner company Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railroad through to the harbour facilities at Portland. A line was also built to Lévis (Lévis, Quebec), via Richmond (Richmond, Quebec) from Montreal in 1855, part of the much-talked about "Maritime (Canadian Maritimes) connection" in British North America. In the same year it purchased the Toronto and Guelph Railroad, the latter's railway was already under construction. But the Grand Trunk Railway Company changed the original route of the T&G and extended the line to Sarnia, a hub for Chicago-bound traffic. By July, 1856 the section from Sarnia to Toronto opened, and the section from Montreal to Toronto opened in October of that year. By 1859 a ferry service was established across the St. Clair River to Fort Gratiot (now Port Huron, Michigan). and was historically known as '''Saint-Henri-de-Lauzon'''. The narrowing of the Saint Lawrence River (w:Saint Lawrence River) proximate to the city's promontory, Cap-Diamant (Cape Diamond), and Lévis (w:Lévis, Quebec), on the opposite bank, provided the name given to the city, ''Kébec'', an Algonquin (w:Algonquin language) word meaning "where the river narrows". Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain (w:Samuel de Champlain), Quebec City is one of the oldest cities (w:List of North American cities by year of foundation) in North America.


Varaždin


Karlstad

Bengt-Arne Wallin as well as trombonist Eje Thelin, Landgren was persuaded to move from his strict classical studies to improvisation and to begin the development of his own sound and approach to music. Education and scholarship Torgny Segerstedt was born in Karlstad in Värmland County, the son of the teacher and publicist Albrekt Segerstedt (1844-1894) and Fredrika Sofia Bohman. He earned a candidate of theology-degree from Lund University in 1901 and in 1903 he became


Luxor

funded the notable early excavations at Luxor in Egypt, and the American School of Classical Studies for excavation of the Agora and the reconstruction of the Stoa of Attolos, both in Athens; the American Academy in Rome; Lingnan University (Lingnan University (Guangzhou)) in China; St. Luke's International Hospital in Tokyo; the library of the Imperial University (University of Tokyo) in Tokyo; and to the Shakespeare Memorial Endowment at Stratford-on-Avon. - LXR HELX

. 58 foreign tourists and four Egyptians killed. He also funded the notable excavations at Luxor in Egypt, as well as establishing a Classical Studies School in Athens. In addition, he provided the funding for the construction of the Palestine Archaeological Museum in East Jerusalem - the Rockefeller Museum. Restorations and constructions in France, Egypt, Greece and Jerusalem - see ''Memoirs'', (pp.44-48). Discovery and reconstruction The papyrus was found by the Italian traveler Bernardino Drovetti in 1820 at Luxor (Thebes), Egypt and was acquired in 1824 by the Egyptian Museum in Turin, Italy and was designated papyrus no. 1874. When the box in which it had been transported to Italy was unpacked, the list had disintegrated into small fragments. Jean-Francois Champollion, examining it, could recognize only some of the larger fragments containing royal names, and produced a drawing of what he could decipher. A reconstruction of the list was created to better understand it and to aid in research. In late 1922, Boyce departed on another expedition to Africa, this time for six months. Morocco reminded him of the Dakotas, Kansas, Texas, Florida, and Arizona. In Egypt he visited the tomb of Tutankhamun, which had been discovered just a few months earlier. His expedition then went to Luxor and sailed up the Nile River (Nile) to Edfu, where the houses had no roofs and while he was there it rained and hailed for the first time in decades. Boyce stated that between his two expeditions to Africa, he had shot at least one of every game animal. WikiPedia:Luxor Dmoz:Regional Africa Egypt Localities Luxor commons:الأقصر


Kingdom of Serbia

The provincial at Rome: and, Rome and the Balkans 80BC-AD14, Liverpool University Press, Classical Studies and Ancient History, Authors Ronald Syme, Anthony Richard Birley, Publisher University of Exeter Press, 1999, ISBN 0859896323, 130.


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