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  • Saints '''Julius and Aaron''' are British [[martyr]]s who were martyred during the persecuti ...<ref>[http://www.earlybritishkingdoms.com/bios/aaron.html EBK: SS. Aaron & Julius<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
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  • ...thodox Syrian Church]] who lived in the 19th and early 20th centuries. St. Julius is commemorated by the Diocese of Brahmavar of the Malankara Orthodox Churc ...of the poor in Goa led to the development of a large following around St. Julius, who eventually left Goa in 1887 for nearby Brahmavar (in the modern state
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  • #REDIRECT [[Vladimir (Roman) of Classis and St. Julius Island]]
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  • #Redirect [[Vladimir (Roman) of Classis and St. Julius Island]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Vladimir (Roman) of Classis and St. Julius Island]]
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  • ...]] and [[w:Isola San Giulio|St. Julius Island]] was ordained Bishop of St. Julius Island under the Jurisdiction of the [[Ukrainian Orthodox Church – Kyiv P
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  • ...ioch (Syriac)|Syriac Orthodox Church]] in India, among them Metropolitan [[Julius of Goa|Alvares Mar Yulios]] of Goa, on 29 May 1892. He eventually led his p
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  • ...as the American civic holiday of the Fourth of July has nothing to do with Julius Caesar for whom July was named, neither does Easter have anything to do wit
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  • *Norwich, John Julius. "Byzantium: The Decline and Fall". (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1996) p.&nb
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  • ...or, practically, their existence.<ref>[[John Julius Norwich|Norwich, John Julius]]. ''The Normans in the South 1016-1130''. (1967) pg 102.</ref> ...thority legally ceased, but they did not seem to notice.<ref>Norwich, John Julius ''Byzantium, The Apogee''. New York: Alfred A. Knoff (1992) p.320</ref> Th
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  • ::* Bishop Vladimir of St. Julius Island
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  • ...tioch (Syriac)|Syriac Orthodox]] metropolitan, [[Julius of Goa|Alvares Mar Julius]]), and [[Aftimios Ofiesh]], a 20th century Syrian bishop serving under the
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  • ...ithful man called St. [http://www.copticchurch.net/synaxarium/01_22.html#2 Julius of Aqfahs (El-Akfehasi)] wrote the biography of St. Abanoub, wrapped his bo
    8 KB (1,394 words) - 03:05, March 1, 2011
  • ...e vernal equinox at the time of the First Council of Nicea. Shortly before Julius Caesar reformed the calendar, the vernal equinox was occurring on the "nomi
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  • The '''Julian Calendar''' was introduced in 46 BC by Julius Caesar and took force in 45 BC (709 ''ab urbe condita''). It was developed ...n as ''years of confusion''. The problems became particularly acute during Julius Caesar's pontificate (63 BC to 46 BC), when there were only five intercalar
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  • *Metropolitan Mor Julius of Sodertalje (Scandinavia) *Metropolitan Mor Julius of Warburg (Northern Germany)
    9 KB (1,258 words) - 16:26, December 23, 2020
  • ...tony's congregation and Honawar Mission based at Mangalore (founded by Mor Julius Alwarez), the Evangelical Association of the East ('Pourasthya Suvisesha S
    43 KB (6,962 words) - 00:02, January 5, 2013
  • Born '''Flavius Claudius Julianus''' in either 331 or 332 A.D. to Julius Constantinus and his second wife Basilina, Julian was the nephew of St. [[C
    4 KB (575 words) - 22:28, February 27, 2010
  • ...s [[bishop]] of Ravenna. The church was completed in 548. While Giulianus (Julius) Argentarius, who may have been a banker, is believed to have financed cons
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  • ...under the [[jurisdiction]] of the [[Church of Romania]]. However, Voivode Julius ([[w:Gyula Cseszneky|Count Gyula István Cseszneky de Milvány et Cseszneg]
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  • ...rofessor [[w:Richard Dawkins|Richard Dawkins]] (like Sir [[w:Julian Huxley|Julius (Huxley)]], an evolutionary biologist) and the [[w:National Secular Society
    28 KB (4,122 words) - 01:48, September 16, 2014
  • *Julius Africanus;
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  • of St. Julius of Rome;
    12 KB (1,990 words) - 14:38, April 3, 2011
  • ...Greece. In 146 BC, it was destroyed by the Romans until [[w:Julius Caesar|Julius Caesar]] restored the city in 44 BC as ''Colonia laus lulia Corinthiensis''
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  • * St. Julius I (337-352)
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  • ...ritings III. The Extant Fragments of the Five Books of the Chronography of Julius Africanus.''</ref>. Both of these early Christian writers, following the [[ ...re 215), [[Hippolytus of Rome]] (died in 235), [[w:Sextus Julius Africanus|Julius Africanus]] of Jerusalem (died after 240), [[Eusebius of Caesarea]] in Pale
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