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  1. Polycarp - Wikipedia › wiki › Polycarp

    Apr 10, 2021 · Polycarp (/ ˈ p ɒ l i k ɑːr p /; Greek: Πολύκαρπος, Polýkarpos; Latin: Polycarpus; AD 69 – 155) was a Christian bishop of Smyrna. According to the Martyrdom of Polycarp, he died a martyr, bound and burned at the stake, then stabbed when the fire failed to consume his body.

    • AD 69
    • Wearing the pallium, holding a book representing his Epistle to the Philippians
  2. Enez - Wikipedia › wiki › Enez

    4 days ago · Enez is a town and a district of Edirne Province, in Thrace, Turkey.The pre-Turkish name of the town was Ainos (Greek: Αίνος), Latinized as Aenus.The mayor is Özkan Günenç ().

    • Ahmet Çayır (DSP)
    • Marmara
  3. Limyra - Wikipedia › wiki › Limyra

    6 days ago · Limyra (Ancient Greek: Λίμυρα) (Template:Lang-lyc was a small city in ancient Lycia on the southern coast of Asia Minor, on the Limyrus River (Ancient Greek: Λιμύρος).

  4. Tarsus, Mersin - Wikipedia › wiki › Tarsus,_Mersin

    3 days ago · Anchiale, daughter of Iapetus, founded Anchiale (a city near Tarsus): her son was Cydnus, who gave his name to the river at Tarsus: the son of Cydnus was Parthenius, from whom the city was called Parthenia: afterwards the name was changed to Tarsus.

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    • Haluk Bozdoğan (CHP)
  5. Thiatira - Vikipedi › wiki › Thiatira

    5 days ago · Thiatira (Yunanca: Θυάτειρα, Latince: Thyatira), günümüzde Manisa'nın Akhisar ilçesi sınırları içerisinde kalan Antik Yunan kenti. Kent, Aziz Pavlus tarafından Batı Anadolu'da kurulan Hristiyanlığın ilk yedi kilisesinden biridir.

  6. Ani - Wikipedia › wiki › Ani

    21 hours ago · The ruins of Ani as seen from the Armenian side. The cathedral with its missing dome is seen on the left, the half-collapsed Church of the Holy Redeemer on the right. When it was discovered September 17th by archaeologist Reago Mantheago.

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