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  1. Boris Kalamanos | Project Gutenberg Self-Publishing - eBooks ...

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    Boris Kalamanos: lt;p|>|Boris Kalamanos| (Kiev, c. 1114-1153/1154) was a |pretender| who claimed the Hungarian thr... World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.

  2. Talk:Boris Kalamanos - Wikipedia

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    Also, Klaić quotes Hóman as saying "Banus Boris" (not just Boris) when discussing Arpads' right to Bosnia (p.48 in her book), and Kalamanos was the only Arpad named Boris at that time. 217.197.142.229 ( talk ) 10:49, 29 October 2016 (UTC)

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    This book, the first devoted to Manuel's reign for over 80 years, reevaluates the emperor and his milieu in the light of recent scholarship. It shows that his foreign policy was a natural response to the Western crusading movement and the expansionism of the German emperor Frederick Barbarossa.

  5. Talk:Boris Kalamanos/Archive 1 - Wikipedia

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    You cannot mix Hóman's statement about "Boris of Bosnia" with a statement about Borić of Bosnia from an other (19th-century) book in an article about Boris Kalamanos, without proving (based on a reliable source) that the three persons (Boris of Bosnia, Borić of Bosnia and Boris Kalamanos) are identical.

  6. 1150s - Find link - Edward Betts

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    Boris Kalamanos (2,236 words) no match in snippet view article find links to article Boris (Hungarian: Borisz; c. 1114 – c. 1154), also known as Boris Kalamanos (Greek: Βορίσης Καλαμάνος, Russian: Борис Коломанович) was a claimant to the

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    Boris Kalamanos (2,266 words) no match in snippet view article find links to article Boris (Hungarian: Borisz; c. 1114 – c. 1154), also known as Boris Kalamanos (Greek: Βορίσης Καλαμάνος, Russian: Борис Коломанович) was a claimant to the

  8. Boris (given name) - Wikipedia

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    Boris, the Russian goose in the Balto movies; Boris, the Soviet army unit in strategy game Command & Conquer: Yuri's Revenge; Boris, the villain from the Adventures of Tintin series' 1956 book The Calculus Affair; Boris, Boris Tepes Dracula from the shaman king series Boris Tepes Dracula

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    Čorovic started his career in Montenegrin clubs FK Mogren and FK Buducnost Podgorica, before moving to Belgrade to play with FK Čukaricki. He later transferred to Slovenian NK Maribor, subsequently played for Croatian NK Pomorac, before moving to Cyprus, where he played for AEL FC and became the fans favorite player. On summer of 2007 he was given on loan to APOEL where he won the Cypriot ...

  10. Kingdom of Hungary (1000–1301) - Wikipedia

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    A contemporary list shows that more than 50 percent of his revenues derived from the annual renewal of the silver currency, and from tolls, ferries and markets. According to the list, his total income was the equivalent of 32 tonnes of silver per year, [102] but this number is clearly exaggerated. [87]

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