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Sepunia gens

The gens Sepunia was an obscure plebeian family at ancient Rome. No members of this gens are mentioned by ancient writers, but several were municipal officers of towns in Latium, Samnium, and Campania, and others are known from inscriptions.

                                               

Stellia gens

The gens Stellia was an obscure plebeian family at ancient Rome. No members of this gens are mentioned in history, but a few are known from inscriptions.

                                               

RCR

RCR may stand for: Royal College of Radiologists, a British professional body Retro City Rampage Richard Childress Racing, a championship-winning NASCAR team Lok Kalyan Marg formerly Race Course Road, a road in New Delhi which houses the official ...

                                               

Beira

Beira can refer to: Beira Baixa Province extinct Beira Alta Province extinct Beira mythology, the mother to all the gods and goddesses in the Celtic mythology of Scotland Beira Litoral Province extinct Beira, Azores, a small village on São Jorge ...

                                               

Pavlovsk

Pavlovsk Experimental Station, an agricultural experiment station and seed bank near St. Petersburg, Russia Pavlovsk Palace, a residence built by Emperor Paul I near St. Petersburg, Russia Pavlovsk, Saint Petersburg - a town in a suburban Pushkin ...

                                               

Al-Daylami

Al-Daylami or al-Dailami is a nisba indicating a Dailamite or a person from Daylam. It may refer to: Imad al-Dawla Daylami, founder of the Buyid dynasty r. 934–949 Abul-Fath an-Nasir ad-Dailami, Zaidi imam in Yemen r. 1038-1053 Fayruz al-Daylami, ...

                                               

Liz James (bowls)

Elizabeth Spence James is a retired international lawn bowls player from eSwatini who was the 2003 World Singles Champion of Champions and began bowling in 1977.

                                               

Asian American Feminist Collective

The Asian American Feminist Collective was founded in 2018 and is a group of scholars, organizers, and writers that seeks to engage in intersectional feminist politics grounded within communities that include East, Southeast, and South Asian, Pac ...

                                               

AVG

AVG may refer to: AVG Technologies, a Czech company that develops antivirus and internet security software Average, a statistical measurement AVG software, a range of antivirus and internet security software from AVG Technologies Albtal-Verkehrs- ...

                                               

Securities and Exchange Commission (disambiguation)

Securities and Exchange Commission may refer to: Securities and Exchange Commission of Myanmar Securities and Exchange Commission Bangladesh Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission Securities and Exchange Commission Nigeria U.S. Securities and ...

                                               

Petersberg

Petersberg may refer to: Petersberg Agreement, 1949, regarding the international status of West Germany. Petersberg tasks, 1992 and 1997, regarding European security cooperation. Also known as "Petersburg Missions" or "Petersberg Objectives". Pet ...

                                               

Elphinstone

Australia County of Elphinstone, Queensland Elphinstone, Queensland Isaac Region Lake Elphinstone, Queensland Elphinstone, Victoria Elphinstone, Queensland Toowoomba Region Canada Mount Elphinstone Provincial Park, British Columbia Elphinstone, M ...

                                               

Girnar ropeway

Girnar ropeway is an under construction ropeway on Mount Girnar in Junagadh district, Gujarat, India. It will be Asias longest ropeway once completed. First proposed in 1983, the construction started only in 2017 after several delays due to pendi ...

                                               

Jamia Sakeena-Tu-Sughra

Sakina tul Sughra mosque is one of the beautiful and famous mosques in Pakistan, located in Kotla Rehm Ali Shah, Jatoi Tehsil, District Muzaffargarh. Kotla Rehm Ali Shah was named after Syed Rehm Ali Shah who constructed mosque at the same place ...

                                               

Thomas Warren (disambiguation)

Thomas Warren was an English bookseller, printer, publisher and businessman. Thomas Warren may also refer to: Tommy G. Warren, American screenwriter, director and producer Thomas Herbert Warren 1853–1930, English academic and administrator Thomas ...

                                               

Softly & Tenderly

Softly and Tenderly is a studio album by American country music singer-songwriter Bill Anderson. It was released on June 1, 2005 on Madacy Entertainment and TWI Records. The album was Andersons 39th studio recording and was his third album collec ...

                                               

Noumenon (disambiguation)

Noumenon, plur. Noumena, is a modern philosophic word used in many languages. It is borrowed without change from the Greek present middle and passive participle of the contract verb, noein," to know.” The present participle has a continuous aspec ...

                                               

Council of Thedosioupolis

The Armenian Orthodox Church, being Monophysit, had rejected the theological decisions of the Council of Chalcedon at the Second Council of Dvin. creating a schism between Armenia and the churches of Rome Byzantium and Antioch. In light of this d ...

                                               

Czech names in space

Several space objects and features have been named after Czech people or things in Czechia. These include planetary features on Mars and Venus, asteroids and exoplanets.

                                               

Jamna

Jamna may refer to: Yamuna River, also known as Jamna, a major river of northern India Jamna, the stream in the city of Mikolow, Silesia, Poland Jamna, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, a village in Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland Jamna bird, an extin ...

                                               

Supreme Soviet of the Uzbek SSR

The Supreme Soviet of the Uzbek SSR was the supreme soviet main legislative institution of the Uzbek SSR from 1938 to 1991. The Supreme Soviet of the Uzbek SSR was preceded by the Central Executive Committee of the Uzbek SSR which operated from 1 ...

                                               

Tahara

Tahara may refer to: Toshihiko Tahara born 1961, a Japanese idol singer, affiliated with Johnny & Associates The Japanese city of Tahara, Aichi. Mutsuo Tahara, a Supreme Court of Japan justice A Japanese surname. Tahara, Victoria, a locality in A ...

                                               

BAAF

BAAF is a four-letter acronym that may stand for: British Association for Adoption and Fostering - A UK membership association. Its services include publishing, training, advice, consultancy and family finding related to child adoption and foster ...

                                               

Collegium (disambiguation)

A collegium may refer to: College of Pontiffs, the highest-ranking collection of priests of the state religion collegium ancient Rome, a term applied to any association with a legal personality in ancient Rome Collegium school, a French form of s ...

                                               

Chrysippus (disambiguation)

Chrysippus mythology, illegitimate son of Pelops abducted by Laius Chrysippus, a son of Aeolus see Chrysippus Greek myth Chrysippus, eponymous founder of Chrysippa in Cilicia Stephanus of Byzantium s. v. Χρύσιππα Chrysippus, a son of Aegyptus kil ...

                                               

Joseph Lynch

Joseph Lynch may refer to: Joseph Lynch Irish politician died 1954, Irish Sinn Fein politician, member of the 2nd Dail 1921–22 Joseph Henry Lynch 1911–1989, British artist Joseph Patrick Lynch 1872–1954, American prelate of the Roman Catholic Chu ...

                                               

Structure of the Belgian Armed Forces

The Medical Component French: Composante Medicale Dutch: Medische Component is commanded by a Major General and has the following organization: Queen Astrid Military Hospital, in Neder-Over-Heembeek Medical Component Competence Centre, in Neder-O ...

                                               

Elizabeth of Hungary (disambiguation)

Elizabeth of Hungary most commonly refers to Saint Elizabeth, Landgravine of Thuringia, daughter of King Andrew II of Hungary. Elizabeth of Hungary may also refer to: Elizabeth of Toss 1292–1336 or 1338, Dominican nun, daughter of King Andrew III ...

                                               

Konigshof

Konigshof may refer to: Konigshof, a type of Kaiserpfalz or lesser imperial palace in the Holy Roman Empire used as a temporary stop for the emperor Konigshof, the German name for a royal court Historical settlements Remetea Mica, village in the ...

                                               

Greenjackets

Green jackets or Greenjackets may refer to: Military formations: Rifle Brigade Prince Consorts Own, a British skirmisher brigade formed in the Napoleonic Wars, colloquially known as the greenjackets due to the use of early camouflage Green Jacket ...

                                               

Royal Rota

The Royal Rota is the press pool that covers the British royal family. The Royal Rota is made up of a select group of media representatives that are invited to attend and report on royal events, with the understanding that the news and photograph ...

                                               

Prince of Lies

Prince of Lies or The Prince of Lies may refer to: The Prince of Lies, a common nickname for Satan Hellstorm: Prince of Lies, a short lived comic book series Prince of Lies, a single from Scottish music group Cindytalk The Prince of Lies, a vampi ...

                                               

Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine

Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine may refer to: Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine 1864–1918 Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna, daughter of Grand Duke Ludwig IV of Hesse and by Rhine and British Princess Alice, wife of Grand Duke Se ...

                                               

Princes Park

Princes Park may refer to: Princes Park, Carlton, a park in Carlton North, Melbourne, Australia Princes Park Dartford, a football stadium in Kent, England Princes Park, a park in Burntwood, Staffordshire, England Princes Park Liverpool ward, a Li ...

                                               

Anne Hollingsworth Price

Anne was born on August 25, 1868 at Ellerslie Hall in Edgemoor, near Wilmington, Delaware. She was a daughter of oil magnate James Price and Sarah nee Harlan Price. One sister, Louise Price, married Gabor, Baron Thyssen-Bornemisza, and another, M ...

                                               

Johann Leopold

Johann Leopold may refer to, Johann Leopold Zillmann, 1830 - 1892. German missionary to Australia Johann Leopold Theodor Friedrich Zincken, 15 April 1770 - 8 February 1856. German entomologist. Johann Leopold Abel, 24 July 1795 - 1871. German pia ...

                                               

Count von Gleichen

The title Countess von Gleichen was created by the Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha in 1861 for Laura Seymour, morganatic wife of Prince Victor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, a German prince and nephew of the British Queen Victoria. Prince Victor is somet ...

                                               

Karl August von Beckers zu Westerstetten

F. von Fabrice: The Royal Bavarian 6th Infantry Regiment "Kaiser Wilhelm, Konig von Preussen", Part 2 1805 to 1835, page 3, Oldenbourg Verlag, 1896; Clipping scan New German Necrology, 10th year 1834, Part 2, Ilmenau, 1834, page 972; Digital scan ...

                                               

Princess Maria Theresia of Thurn and Taxis

Princess Maria Theresia of Thurn and Taxis may refer to: Princess Maria Theresia of Thurn and Taxis 1794–1874, daughter of Karl Alexander, 5th Prince of Thurn and Taxis and Duchess Therese of Mecklenburg-Strelitz Princess Maria Theresia of Thurn ...

                                               

49th Regiment

49th Regiment or 49th Infantry Regiment may refer to: 49th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA, a unit of the Canadian Army 49th Field Artillery Regiment United States, a unit of the US Army 49th Regiment of Bengal Native Infantry, a unit of the East I ...

                                               

Bagration

Bagration may refer to: 3127 Bagration, asteroid named after Pyotr Bagration Bagration Bridge, bridge in Moscow named after Pyotr Bagration Bagration fleches, historic military earthworks named after Pyotr Bagration Bagrationovskaya, Moscow metro ...

                                               

William Welsh

William Welsh may refer to: William Welsh Canadian politician 1822–1905, merchant, ship owner and politician in Prince Edward Island William Welsh, brother of John Welsh William Halliday Welsh 1879–1972, Scottish rugby union player Willie Welsh 1 ...

                                               

Mark Phillips (disambiguation)

Mark Phillips is a British equestrian, the former husband of Anne, Princess Royal. Mark Phillips or Philips may also refer to: Mark Philips politician 1800–1873, British politician, MP Mark Phillips journalist born 1948, Canadian television journ ...

                                               

Moses Viney

Moses Viney was born into slavery in Maryland in 1817. During his lifetime he escaped slavery and settled in Schenectady, New York. Viney is best known for his association with Eliphalet Nott for whom Viney was a coachman, messenger and constant ...

                                               

End of empire

End of empire is a phrase that may refer to: Empires End, a book from the fictional Star Wars franchise End of Empire, 14 part 1985 Granada Television series written and produced by Brian Lapping and Norma Percy Abolition of monarchy End of Empir ...

                                               

Paul E. Ison

Paul E. Ison was the United States Marine Corps infantryman running crouched across "Death Valley", Okinawa in the iconic World War II photograph shot by photographer Bob Bailey, in which he is seen running across Death Valley dodging heavy machi ...

                                               

De Zwerver

Kinderdijkse Voetbalvereniging "De Zwerver" is an association football club from Kinderdijk, Netherlands. It was founded on 12 June 1933 and plays in a red-black kit at Sportpark De Schans. Since 1919, its first squad plays in the Saturday Tweede ...

                                               

George Forrester (cricketer)

George Douglas Forrester was a Scottish first-class cricketer. The son of Henry Forrester, he was born in the Edinburgh suburb of Colinton in May 1890. He was educated in England at Rugby School, before going up to University College, Oxford. Whi ...

                                               

Ysbyty Alltwen

Ysbyty Alltwen is a health facility in Tremadog, Gwynedd, Wales. It is managed by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.

                                               

Peerage (disambiguation)

The Pixilated Peeress, a 1991 fantasy novel written by L. Sprague de Camp and Catherine Crook de Camp The Complete Peerage, a comprehensive and magisterial work on the titled aristocracy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and, lat ...