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Pazmiño

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Bowe Bergdahl

Bowe Bergdahl, captured Idaho soldier, to push for talks with U.S. publisher OregonLive.com date 5 January 2012 accessdate 31 May 2014 As an adult, Bergdahl studied and practiced fencing and martial arts before changing

captive US soldier Bowe Bergdahl publisher BBC News date 25 December 2009 accessdate 29 December 2009 thumb right upright float 250px The future is too good to waste on lies. (File:USA PFC BoweBergdahl ACU Cropped.png) '''Bowe Bergdahl (w:Bowe Bergdahl)''' (born 28 March 1986) is a United States Army (w:United States Army) soldier.


Duchy of Amalfi

Enciclopedia italiana * *'''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 facto'' independence was achieved from Frankish as well as Byzantine authority. The Duchy of Benevento reached its territorial peak under Sicard (Sicard of Benevento) in the 830s. At his time, the Mezzogiorno was suffering the ravages of the Saracens, against whom Sicard warred constantly. He also warred against his Greek neighbours, especially Sorrento (Duchy of Sorrento), Naples (Duchy of Naples), and Amalfi (Duchy of Amalfi). It was in a war with Naples that Duke Andrew II (Andrew II of Naples) 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 (Manso II of Amalfi) (1034–1038) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf III (Pandulf III of Benevento) (1033–1053) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Conrad II (Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1027–1039) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - John II (John II of Amalfi) (1029–1034) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Conrad II (Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1027–1039) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - John II (John II of Amalfi) (1029–1034) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *#Arduin of Ivrea (Arduin of Italy) (1002–1004) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Conrad II (Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1027–1039) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - John II (John II of Amalfi) (1029–1034) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Conrad II (Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1027–1039) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - John II (John II of Amalfi) (1029–1034) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Conrad II (Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1027–1039) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Italy''' - **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Italy''' - **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) and Holy Roman Emperor (1014–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) and Holy Roman Emperor (1014–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) and Holy Roman Emperor (1014–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) and Holy Roman Emperor (1014–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) and Holy Roman Emperor (1014–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Landulf V (Landulf V of Benevento) (1014–1033) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius II (Sergius II of Amalfi) (1007–1028) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - John I (John I of Amalfi) (1004–1007) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Henry II (Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (1004–1024) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - John I (John I of Amalfi) (1004–1007) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Arduin of Ivrea (Arduin of Italy) (1002–1004) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Otto III (Otto III, Holy Roman Emperor) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Otto III (Otto III, Holy Roman Emperor) and 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) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Otto III (Otto III, Holy Roman Emperor) and 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) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Otto III (Otto III, Holy Roman Emperor) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Otto III (Otto III, Holy Roman Emperor) and 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) *'''Italy''' - **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Italy''' - **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Italy''' - **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Italy''' - **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Italy''' - **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Italy''' - **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) * '''Italy''' - **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Italy''' - **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Italy''' - **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Italy''' - **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Italy''' - **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Italy''' - **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Otto II (Otto II, Holy Roman Emperor) and Holy Roman Emperor (973–983) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Italy''' - Otto II (Otto II, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (973–983) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf II (Pandulf II of Benevento) (981–1014) *'''Italy''' - Otto II (Otto II, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (973–983) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - *'''Italy''' - Otto II (Otto II, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (973–983) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Italy''' - Otto II (Otto II, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (973–983) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Italy''' - Otto II (Otto II, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (973–983) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Italy''' - Otto II (Otto II, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (973–983) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Italy''' - Otto II (Otto II, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (973–983) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Italy''' - Otto II (Otto II, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (973–983) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Italy''' - Otto II (Otto II, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (973–983) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *#Otto II (Otto II, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (973–983) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor (963–973) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Otto I (Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor) and Holy Roman Emperor (963–973) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Kingdom of Italy (Kingdom of Italy (medieval))''' - Otto I (Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor) (963–973) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Italy''' - Otto I (Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (963–973) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Italy''' - Otto I (Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (963–973) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Italy''' - Otto I (Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (963–973) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Manso I (Manso I of Amalfi) (966–1004) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Italy''' - Otto I (Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (963–973) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius I (Sergius I of Amalfi) (958–966) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Italy''' - Otto I (Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (963–973) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius I (Sergius I of Amalfi) (958–966) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *#Otto I (Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor), King of Italy and Holy Roman Emperor (963–973) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius I (Sergius I of Amalfi) (958–966) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Italy''' - Berengar II (Berengar II of Italy) and Adalbert (Adalbert of Ivrea), co-Kings of Italy (King of Italy) (950–963) **'''Amalfi (Duchy of Amalfi)''' - Sergius I (Sergius I of Amalfi) (958–966) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Pandulf I (Pandulf I of Capua) (961–981) *'''Italy''' - Berengar II (Berengar II of Italy) and Adalbert (Adalbert of Ivrea), co-Kings of Italy (King of Italy) (950–963) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius I (Sergius I of Amalfi) (958–966) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - *'''Italy''' - Berengar II (Berengar II of Italy) and Adalbert (Adalbert of Ivrea), co-Kings of Italy (King of Italy) (950–963) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius I (Sergius I of Amalfi) (958–966) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Landulf II (Landulf IV of Capua) (943–961) *'''Italy''' - Berengar II (Berengar II of Italy) and Adalbert (Adalbert of Ivrea), co-Kings of Italy (King of Italy) (950–963) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Sergius I (Sergius I of Amalfi) (958–966) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Landulf II (Landulf IV of Capua) (943–961) *'''Italy''' - Berengar II (Berengar II of Italy) and Adalbert (Adalbert of Ivrea), co-Kings of Italy (King of Italy) (950–963) **'''Duchy of Amalfi''' - Mastalus II (Mastalus II of Amalfi) (957–958) **'''Principality of Benevento (Duchy of Benevento)''' - Landulf II (Landulf IV of Capua) (943–961) With the establishment of the medieval Italian republics (Italian city-states), the patriciate was a formally defined class of governing elites found within metropolitan areas such as Venice (Republic of Venice), Florence (Republic of Florence), Genoa (Republic of Genoa), and Amalfi (Duchy of Amalfi) and also in many of the Free imperial cities (Free imperial city) of Germany such as Nuremburg, Ravensburg, Augsburg, Konstanz and Lindau and Switzerland such Bern, Basel and Zurich. thumb Raphael's fresco ''The Battle of Ostia (Image:Raphael Ostia.jpg)'', an indication of the battle's legendary fame The naval '''Battle of Ostia''' took place in 849 between some Saracen pirates and an Italian league of Papal (Papal States), Neapolitan (Duchy of Naples), Amalfitan (Duchy of Amalfi) and Gaetan (Duchy of Gaeta) ships. The battled ended in favor of the Italian league, as they beat off the pirates. It is one of the few events to occur in southern Italy during the ninth century that is still remembered today, largely for the walls named after Leo and for the Renaissance painting ''Battaglia di Ostia'' by Raphael. Originally, Sorrento was part of the Byzantine (Byzantine Empire) Duchy of Naples in the Dark Ages (Dark Ages (historiography)), but in the ninth century, along with Amalfi (Duchy of Amalfi) and Gaeta (Duchy of Gaeta), it broke away from the Neapolitans to found its own ''ducatus'' (or republic). However, it mostly remained under Amalfi and only one independent duke is known from this period, a Sergius (Sergius, Duke of Sorrento) in the late ninth century. * 994–1027 Guaimar III (Guaimar III of Salerno) * 1027–1052 Guaimar IV (Guaimar IV of Salerno), also ruled Amalfi (Duchy of Amalfi) (1039–1043), Gaeta (Duchy of Gaeta) (1040–1041), and Capua (1038–1047) ** 1052 Pandulf (III) (Pandulf III of Salerno), usurper


Leaside

2007-10-01 Trace Manes Park is located in south Leaside. The park is home to the Leaside Tennis club and sports six tennis courts. Other facilities in the park include a playground, a baseball diamond and an outdoor ice rink in winter.


Richmond, Ontario

History The community owes its existence to its location on the Richmond Road (Richmond Road (Ottawa)) midway between Richmond Landing near Bytown (now Ottawa) and the military settlement at Richmond (Richmond, Ontario), at the junction with the concession road leading west to the Hazeldean neighbourhood in neighbouring Goulbourn Township (Goulbourn Township, Ontario). It was also the junction between Richmond Road and the "base line" (Baseline Road (Ottawa)) which was the boundary road between concessions on the Ottawa front and those on the Rideau front. Hence, the plural "Corners". It was named after Hugh Bell (Hugh Bell (settler)), who owned a tavern on the site of the present day Bells Corners Public School from 1834 to 1863.<


Lajjun

men were Ali Shafi'i who died in 1310 and Ali ibn Jalal who died in 1400. See also *History of Palestine *List of Arab towns and villages depopulated during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War *List of villages depopulated during the Arab-Israeli conflict References *


Sultanate of Singora

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Malayan Union

Equipment from most British units was retained by the Indian Army, as only a single infantry division, the 7th Indian Infantry Division, had been stationed in Pakistan before partition. While the establishment of the Malayan Union in 1946 brought about the merging of the FMS with the five Unfederated Malay States and two of the Straits Settlements (excluding Singapore), the FMS arms remained in use unchanged as the Union's coat of arms for two years before the Union's dissolution. In 1946 the British colony of the Straits Settlements was dissolved. Penang and Malacca which had formed a part of the Straits Settlements were then grouped with the Unfederated Malay States and the Federated Malay States to form the Malayan Union. In 1948, the Malayan Union was reconstituted as a federation of eleven states known as the Federation of Malaya. Nine of the states of the new Federation of Malaya continued as British Protected States, while two of them, Penang and Malacca remained as British colonies. The Federation of Malaya gained full independence from the UK in August 1957. In 1946 the British colony of the Straits Settlements was dissolved. Penang and Malacca which had formed a part of the Straits Settlements were then grouped with the Unfederated Malay States and the Federated Malay States to form the Malayan Union. In 1948, the Malayan Union was reconstituted as a federation of eleven states known as the Federation of Malaya. Nine of the states of the new Federation of Malaya continued as British Protected States, while two of them, Penang and Malacca remained as British colonies. The Federation of Malaya gained full independence from the UK in August 1957. In 1946


Itamar

According to Samaritan sources a civil War broke out between the Sons of Itamar Eli (Eli (Bible)) and the Sons of Phinehas-which resulted in the division of those who followed Eli and those who followed High Priest Uzzi ben Bukki at Mount Gerizim Bethel A third group followed neither . Likewise according to Samaritan sources the high Priests line of the sons of Phineas died out in 1624 C.E. with the death of the 112th High Priest Shlomyah ben Pinhas when the priesthood was transferred to the sons of Itamar; see article Samaritan for list of High Priests from 1613 to 2004-the 131st High priest of the Samaritans is Elazar ben Tsedaka ben Yitzhaq In 1993, Ran moved with his family to Itamar. In 1997, he pitched his tent on a hill more than four kilometers east of Itamar. In 1998, his wife Sharona and the children joined him and they formally named their new settlement Giv'ot Olam (Hills of the World). The hilltop farm they built produces organic eggs and cheese from sheep's milk sold under the logo “Giv'ot Olam”. *'''Central-Western Shomron''': Avnei Hefetz, Barkan, Ma'ale Shomron, Nofim, Sal'it, Einav, Etz Efraim, Peduel, Tzufim, Kiryat Netafim, Revava, Shavei Shomron, Sha'arei Tikva: mixed population (secular and religious). Most of the communities are large and well established. If you add to them the Local Authorities (Local council (Israel)) in Samaria (Alfei Menashe, Elkana, Immanuel (Immanuel (town)), Karnei Shomron, Kedumim, Oranit; and the city of Ariel (Ariel (city))), all of which are located in this region, the Jewish population numbers about 60,000. *'''Mountain Communities''': Elon Moreh, Itamar, Har Brakha, Yitzhar (one block, near Nablus, population about 3,000), and farther south, Kfar Tapuach, Rechalim, Nofei Nehemia and Migdalim, with less than 1000 residents. Education and culture Ravava has 5 preschool kindergartens and a daycare center for children up to age 3. A middle school and high school for girls, part of the Tzvia chain of high schools, is located in Revava. Boys study at elementary schools in Yakir, Karnei Shomron and Itamar. The Bnei Akiva youth movement has a branch in Revava. About Revava


Presidio of San Francisco

Violence Prevention Fund break ground on a new international center located in the Presidio of San Francisco.

center located in the Presidio of San Francisco intended to combat violence against women and children. During the ceremony, Chen performed an excerpt from the documentary play, "The Thumbprint of Mukhtar Mai" (presented as part of "Seven").


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