Susa was a frequent place of refuge for Parthian and later, the Persian Sassanid kings, as the Romans sacked Ctesiphon five different times between 116 and 297 CE. Susa was briefly captured in 116 CE by the Roman emperor Trajan during the course of his Parthian campaign. Never again would the Roman Empire advance so far to the east.
Susa (Latin: Segusio, French: Suse, Arpitan: Suisa) is a town and comune in the Metropolitan City of Turin, Piedmont, Italy. In the middle of Susa Valley , it is situated on at the confluence of the Cenischia with the Dora Riparia , a tributary of the Po River , at the foot of the Cottian Alps , 51 km (32 mi) west of Turin .
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Susa. Susa ( Ancient Greek: τά Σοῦσα) was an ancient Iranian city. It was part of the Elamite, Persian and Parthian empires. It is located in the lower Zagros Mountains. It is about 250 km (160 mi) east of the Tigris River and is between the Karkheh and Dez Rivers. There is a modern Iranian town in the same place as Susa.
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The Susa Valley is a valley in the Metropolitan City of Turin, Piedmont region of northern Italy, located between the Graian Alps in the north and the Cottian Alps in the south. It one of the longest valleys of the Italian Alps. It extends over 50 kilometres in an east-west direction from the French border to the outskirts of Turin. The valley takes its name from the city of Susa which lies in the valley. The Dora Riparia river, a tributary of the Po, flows through the valley. A motorway runs th
Peaks that surround the valley include: 1. Pointe de Ronce - 3,612 m 2. Rocciamelone - 3,538 m 3. Pierre Menue - 3,506 m 4. Rognosa d'Etiache - 3,382 m 5. Punta Sommeiller - 3,332 m 6. Punta Ramiere - 3,303 m 7. Mont Chaberton - 3,131 m 8. Monte Orsiera - 2,890 9. Punta Lunella - 2,272 m 10. Monte Colombano - 1,658 m 11. Monte Musinè - 1,150 m
During the Roman age, Augustus formed an alliance with the Segusini of Cottii Regnum to link Italy and France by building a road through the Valley and over the Col de Montgenevre.
Protesters have fought a 10-year battle to prevent a 57 kilometres rail tunnel being built through the valley.
Sousa ( / ˈsuːzə /, Portuguese: [ˈsouzɐ] ), Souza, de Sousa (literally, from Sousa ), de Souza or D'Souza is a common Portuguese-language surname, especially in Portugal, Brazil, East Timor, India (among Catholics in Goa, Bombay, and Mangalore ), and Galicia. In Africa, the name is common in former Portuguese colonies, especially among ...
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John Philip Sousa was an American composer and conductor of the late Romantic era known primarily for American military marches. He is known as "The March King" or the "American March King", to distinguish him from his British counterpart Kenneth J. Alford. Among his best-known marches are "The Stars and Stripes Forever", "Semper Fidelis", "The Liberty Bell", "The Thunderer", and "The Washington Post". Sousa began his career playing violin and studying music theory and composition under John Esp
John Philip Sousa was born in Washington, D.C., the third of ten children of João António de Sousa, who was born in Spain to Portuguese parents, and his wife Maria Elisabeth Trinkhaus, who was German and from Bavaria. He began his music education under the tuition of John Esputa Sr., who taught him solfeggio. This was short-lived, however, because of the teacher's frequent bad temper. His real music education began in 1861 or 1862 as a pupil of John Esputa Jr., the son of his previous ...
In 1868, Sousa enlisted in the Marine Corps at age 13 as an apprentice musician. He left the Marine Corps in 1875. His second period of service began in 1880 and continued until 1892. During this period, Sousa led the Marine Band through its development into the country's premier
On December 30, 1879, Sousa married Jane van Middlesworth Bellis, and their children were John Philip, Jr., Jane Priscilla, and Helen. All were buried in the John Philip Sousa plot in the Congressional Cemetery. Jane was descended from Adam Bellis who served in the New Jersey troops during the American Revolutionary War. On March 15, 1881, the "March King" was initiated to the Scottish Rite Freemasonry in the Hiram Lodge No. 10, Washington, DC and later became Master Mason for 51 years. Late in
Sousa was decorated with the palms of the Order of Public Instruction of Portugal and the Order of Academic Palms of France. He also received the Royal Victorian Medal from King Edward VII of the United Kingdom in December 1901 for conducting a private birthday concert for Queen Alexandra. In 1922, he accepted the invitation of the national chapter to become an honorary member of Kappa Kappa Psi, the national honorary band fraternity. In 1932, he was initiated as an honorary member of Phi Mu Alp
Sousa was a member of the Sons of the Revolution, Military Order of Foreign Wars, American Legion, Freemasons and the Society of Artists and Composers. He was also a member of the Salmagundi, Players, Musicians, New York Athletic, Lambs, Army and Navy and the Gridiron clubs of Washington. Sousa was also an honorary brother of the National Music Fraternity, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia..
The Palace of Darius in Susa was a palace complex in Susa, Iran, a capital of the Achaemenid Empire. The construction was conducted parallel to that of Persepolis. Man-power and raw materials from various parts of the empire contributed to its construction. It was once destroyed by fire and was partially restored later. Little has remained from this important complex.
The palace complex was constructed by the Achaemenid king Darius I in Susa, his favorite capital. Construction works continued under Darius I's son, Xerxes, and to a lesser extent, Artaxerxes I and Darius II. Artaxerxes II partially restored the palace as it was destroyed by a fire during the reign of Artaxerxes I fifty years earlier. The palace was captured and plundered by the invading Macedonians under Alexander the Great in December 330 BC. The site of the palace has been greatly damaged dur
Construction was carried out at Susa parallel to those at Persepolis. Built on an artificially raised platform 15 metres high, covering 100 hectares, the complex at Susa consists of a residential palace, an apadana, and a monumental gate. A covered passage faces these structures. The apadana at Susa is similar to that of Persepolis, using the distinctive Persian column, topped by two bulls, which was probably developed here.
Susa. / 32.2°N 48.25°E. Susa a fost capitala imperiului elamit . Orașul a fost cucerit de mai multe ori: în secolul VII î.Hr. de către asirieni și perși, de Alexandru cel Mare, apoi de Imperiul Seleucid și de Parthia. A fost distrus în secolul III d.Hr., de Șapur I .
Şuşa — Azərbaycan Respublikasının Dağlıq Qarabağ bölgəsində, Şuşa şəhər inzibati ərazi dairəsində şəhər. Şəhərin təməli 1752-ci ildə Qarabağ xanı Pənahəli xan tərəfindən qoyulub və ilk çağlarda şəhəri Şuşa adı ilə yanaşı xanın şərəfinə Pənahabad adlandırırdılar.