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Aksu, Xinjiang

Regions''. Sino-Platonic Papers No. 131 March, 2004. Dept. of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Pennsylvania. External links * Silk Road Seattle - University of Washington (The Silk Road Seattle website contains many useful resources including a number of full-text historical works) Category:Central Asian Buddhist kingdoms


Karasahr

Seattle - University of Washington (The Silk Road Seattle website contains many useful resources including a number of full-text historical works, maps, photos, etc.) *Baidu Baike Encyclopedia Category:Central Asian Buddhist kingdoms Category:Central Asian Buddhist sites Category:Populated places along the Silk Road Category:Populated


Penza

. The first stone houses started to appear after 1801, and by 1809 Penza's population had grown to more than 13,000 people. In 1918, Vladimir Lenin sent a telegram to communists in the Penza area, complaining about the "insurrection of five kulak districts". He urged the public hanging (Lenin's Hanging Order) of 100 "landlords, richmen, bloodsuckers", grain seizure, and hostage taking. This telegram has been used in several historical works on the period and on Lenin.


Carpathian Ruthenia

Малоросійство " (t. 2), Kiev, 1993-1999, ISBN 5-7707-5190-8 (t. 1), ISBN 5-7707-8552-7 (t. 2), ISBN 966-504-237-8 (t. 3). Mykhailo Drahomanov, who used the terms ''Little Russia'' and ''Little Russian'' in his historical works, applied the term ''Little Russianness'' to Russified Ukrainians, whose national character was formed under "alien pressure and influence", and who consequently adopted predominantly the "worse


Turpan

Turpan * Silk Road Seattle - University of Washington (The Silk Road Seattle website contains many useful resources including a number of full-text historical works, maps, photos, etc.) *Karez (Qanats) of Turpan, China *Images and travel impressions along the Silk Road - Turpan PPS in Spanish


Kingdom of Gwynedd

; and although, perhaps, they do not display great fortitude in open engagements and regular conflicts, yet they harass the enemy by ambuscades and nightly sallies. Hence, neither oppressed by hunger or cold, not fatigued by martial labours, nor despondent in adversity, but ready, after a defeat, to return immediately to action, and again endure the dangers of war." ''The Historical Works of Giraldus Cambrensis translated by Sir Richard Colt-Hoare (1894), p.511'' blockquote>

, as their situation or occasion requires, willingly serve as infantry, in attacking or retreating; and they either walk bare-footed, or make use of high shoes, roughly constructed with untanned leather. In time of peace, the young men, by penetrating the deep recesses of the woods, and climbing the tops of mountains, learn by practice to endure fatigue through day and night." ''The Historical Works of Giraldus Cambrensis translated by Sir Richard Colt-Hoare (1894), p.491'' blockquote>


Oulu

'''Johannes Messenius''' (1579–1636) was a Swedish (Sweden) historian, dramatist and university professor. He was born in the village of Freberga, in Stenby parish in Östergötland, and died in Oulu, in modern-day Finland. In October 1616, he was transported to the desolate fortress Kajaneborg at Finland near the Russian border, where he was harshly treated by its commander Erik Hara. He occupied himself with writing historical works and by doing research in Swedish source documents. Every once in a while, he sent pleas to king Gustav II Adolph and later to Christina's regency. In these pleas, he swore on his innocence, or referred to his works as reason for pardon. In 1635, he was moved to Oulu, and had his pension doubled. At this time, the government sent him the translator Erik Schroderus, to appraise himself of Messenius' monumental work ''Scondia illustrata'', which treated Sweden's history from the deluge (Deluge (mythology)) to Messenius' own time. When Messenius suspected that the government wanted to publish the work in its own name, he demanded freedom for his son, who was also imprisoned, and free passage for himself to wherever he wished. These demands offended the regency who threatened to send him back to Kajaneborg. thumb 300px ELROB 2009 Logo (Image:elrob2009.jpg) The C-ELROB 2009 took place in Oulu, Finland, 15-17 June. The area of the trials was a former zoo and a part of a public forest near the University of Oulu. *Norwich, England - free, city center and university, 18-month pilot Openlink (Norwich,UK) *Oulu, Finland (Oulu) - free - panOULU *Paris, France - free in many parks and in municipal libraries, museums, and public places (7 AM to 11 PM or opening hours, renewable 2-hour sessions) Map of municipal Wi-Fi hotspots in Paris (French) FICIX-1 is located in Otaniemi, Espoo. Established in 1999, FICIX-2 is located in Pasila, Helsinki. FICIX-3 is located in Oulu and was established in March 2008. HighTech Forum — Ouluun uusi ip-yhdysliikennepiste FICIX also operates the three root nameservers located in Finland, I (in Espoo), K (in Helsinki), and J (in Oulu). commons:Oulu


Kingdom of Galicia

led to the progressive discrimination of Galician language and even of Galician people, although public inscriptions in tombstones and foundations were still common during much of the 16th century. These developments led to the apparition of a series of literary and historical works which goal was the vindication of Galician history, language, people and culture, most notably during the 17th and 18th centuries. Mariño Paz (1998) pp. 231–265. Later Galician language would


Goryeo

historical works about Silla by a person of Silla himself, and it is free from Confucian (Confucianism) dogma and morality. If the ''Hwarang segi'' manuscripts are authentic, later historians have based their understanding of Three Kingdoms era (Three Kingdoms of Korea) on Goryeo Dynasty (Goryeo) sources like ''Samguk sagi'' and ''Samguk yusa''. Taebong influenced Goryeo culturally. Gung Ye was originally a Buddhist monk (Buddhism). He encouraged Buddhism


Congress Poland

in 1818. He wrote several military historical works in Polish. In the end, despite whatever resistance to codification, the codification of European private laws moved forward. Codifications were completed by Denmark (1687), Sweden (1734), Prussia (1794), France (Napoleonic Code) (1804), and Austria (ABGB) (1811). The French codes were imported into areas conquered by Emperor Napoleon and later adopted with modifications in Poland (Duchy of Warsaw Congress Poland; Kodeks


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