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  1. Caput Mundi - Wikipedia

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    Caput Mundi is a Latin phrase used to describe a city as the Capital of the World.Some major cities since the ancient times have been described as the Caput Mundi, the first being Rome and Jerusalem, and then Constantinople (today's Istanbul).

  2. Category:Rome, New York | Familypedia | Fandom

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    This page uses content from the English language Wikipedia.The original content was at Category:Rome, New York.The list of authors can be seen in the page history.As with this Familypedia wiki, the content of Wikipedia is available under the Creative Commons License.

  3. Cinecittà - Wikipedia

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    Cinecittà Studios (pronounced [ˌtʃinetʃitˈta]; Italian for Cinema City Studios), is a large film studio in Rome, Italy.With an area of 400,000 square metres (99 acres), it is the largest film studio in Europe, [citation needed] and is considered the hub of Italian cinema.

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  5. Agency for French Education Abroad - Wikipedia

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    The Agency for French Education Abroad, or Agency for French Teaching Abroad, (French: Agence pour l'enseignement français à l'étranger; abbreviation: AEFE), is a national public agency under the administration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France that assures the quality of schools teaching the French national curriculum outside France.

  6. The Roman army is the military of ancient Rome, the forces used by the Roman Kingdom, Roman Republic and later Roman Empire. Its infantry for much of its history, was the Roman legion. Rome also had a navy. The size of the army in the late Roman Empire was about 128,000 – 179,200 men. It was very well organized.

  7. San Luigi dei Francesi - Wikipedia

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    The inscriptions found in San Luigi dei Francesi, a valuable source illustrating the history of the church, have been collected and published by Vincenzo Forcella. Ospizio San Luigi dei Francesi. Adjacent to the church is the late-Baroque Ospizio San Luigi dei Francesi.

  8. Ardaric - Wikipedia

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    Ardaric's most immediate achievement was the establishment of his people in Dacia. His defeat of the Huns at the River Nedao reduced the threat of invasion posed to the Eastern Roman Empire . While the Western Roman Empire lay in ruins after AD 476, the Eastern Roman Empire survived for almost another thousand years.

  9. The list of popes begins with St. Peter and continues through the present day. The pope is the head of the Catholic Church.. Peter was called the Bishop of Rome. All others who became Bishop of Rome were also recognized as popes.

  10. Cleopatra's Needle - Wikipedia

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    Cleopatra's Needle is the popular name for each of three ancient Egyptian obelisks re-erected in London, Paris, and New York City during the nineteenth century. The obelisks in London and New York are a pair; the one in Paris is also part of a pair originally from a different site in Luxor, where its twin remains.

  11. ძველი რომი - ვიკიპედია

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    Life in Ancient Rome. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1961 (paperback, ISBN 0-399-50328-5). Gabucci, Ada. Rome (Dictionaries of Civilizations; 2). Berkekely: University of California Press, 2007 (paperback, ISBN 0-520-25265-9). Scheidel, Walter, Ian Morris, and Richard P. Saller, eds. The Cambridge Economic History of the Greco-Roman World (2008 ...