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  1. Alamannia | History Wiki | Fandom

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    Alamannia or Alemannia was the territory inhabited by the Alamanni after they broke through the Roman limes in 213. The term Swabia was often used interchangeably with Alamannia in the 10th to 13th centuries and is still so used when speaking of those centuries. Originally a loose confederation of unrelated tribes, the Alamanni underwent coalescence or ethnogenesis during the 3rd century, and ...

  2. Frankish Table of Nations - Wikipedia

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    The Frankish Table of Nations was composed either in Ostrogothic Italy or the Byzantine Empire. Goffart, its most recent editor, favours a Byzantine origin, as does Helmut Reimitz. Nicholas Evans favours an Italian origin. The main argument in favour of an Italian origin is the use of Tacitus.

  3. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Charlemagne

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    In 752, when Charles was a child of not more than ten years, Pepin the Short had appealed to Pope Zachary to recognize his actual rule with the kingly title and dignity. The practical effect of this appeal to the Holy See was the journey of Stephen III across the Alps two years later, for the purpose of anointing with the oil of kingship not only Pepin, but also his son Charles and a younger son, Carloman. The pope then laid upon the Christian Franks a precept, under the gravest spiritual penalties, never "to choose their kings from any other family". Primogeniture did not hold in the Frankish law of succession; the monarchy was elective, though eligibility was limited to the male members of the one privileged family. Thus, then, at St. Denis on the Seine, in the Kingdom of Neustria, on the 28th of July, 754, the house of Arnulf was, by a solemn act of the supreme pontiffestablished upon the throne until then nominally occupied by the house of Merowig (Merovingians). Charles, anoint...

    The next twenty years of Charles' life may be considered as one long warfare. They are filled with an astounding series of rapid marches from end to end of a continent intersected by mountains, morasses, and forests, and scantily provided with roads. It would seem that the key to his long series of victories, won almost as much by moral ascendancy as by physical or mental superiority, is to be found in the inspiration communicated to his Frankish champion by Pope Adrian I. Weiss (Weltgesch., 11, 549) enumerates fifty-three distinct campaigns of Charlemagne; of these it is possible to point to only twelve or fourteen which were not undertaken principally or entirely in execution of his mission as the soldier and protector of the Church. In his eighteen campaigns against the Saxons Charles was more or less actuated by the desire to extinguish what he and his people regarded as a form of devil-worship, no less odious to them than the fetishismof Central Africa is to us. While he was st...

    The summer of 783 began a new period in the life of Charles, in which signs begin to appear of his less amiable traits. It was in this year, signalized, according to the chroniclers, by unexampled heat and a pestilence, that the two queens died, Bertha, the king's mother, and Hildegarde, his second (or his third) wife. Both of these women, the former in particular, had exercised over him a strong influence for good. Within a few months the king married Fastrada, daughter of an Austrasian count. The succeeding years were, comparatively speaking, years of harvest after the stupendous period of ploughing and sowing that had gone before; and Charles' nature was of a type that appears to best advantage in storm and stress. What was to be the Western Empire of the Middle Ages was already hewn out in the rough when Wittekind received baptism. From that date until the coronation of Charles at Rome, in 800, his military work was chiefly in suppressing risings of the newly conquered or quelli...

    Two days later (Christmas Day, 800) took place the principal event in the life of Charles. During the pontifical Mass celebrated by the pope, as the king knelt in prayer before the high altar beneath which lay the bodies of Sts. Peter and Paul, the pope approached him, placed upon his head the imperial crown, did him formal reverence after the ancient manner, saluted him as Emperor and Augustus and anointed him, while the Romans present burst out with the acclamation, thrice repeated: "To Carolus Augustus crowned by God, mighty and pacific emperor, be life and victory" (Carolo, piisimo Augusto a Deo coronato, magno et pacificio Imperatori, vita et victoria). These details are gathered from contemporary accounts (Life of Leo III in "lib. Pont."; "Annales Laurissense majores"; Einhard's Vita Caroli; Theophanes). Though not all are found in any one narrative, there is no good reason for doubting their general accuracy. Einhard's statement (Vita Caroli 28) that Charles had no suspicion...

  4. Alleles or Alleluia? | Christian Forums

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    Apr 07, 2012 · But more importantly, what in the world does the question have to do with "Creation & Evolution"? There is no doubt that alleles exist and are very important. And Bible-believing Christians would agree that "Alleluia" is their response to all which God has created (including alleles.) So the question is pointless.

  5. The Bible of Amiens/Under the Drachenfels - Wikisource, the ...

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    Jul 05, 2015 · She does not come as a missionary out of Hungary, or Illyria, or Egypt, or ineffable space; but grows at Nanterre, like a marguerite in the dew, the first "Reine Blanche" of Gaul. I have not used this ugly word 'Gaul' before, and we must be quite sure what it means, at once, though it will cost us a long parenthesis.

  6. Dayan Isidor Grunfeld – Three Generations | The Book of ...

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    Apr 16, 2012 · Do you mean the second generation consisting of Hirsch’s children and immediate followers who collected their father’s legacy and wrote popular novels. Do they mean the third generation that studied in the Yeshiva founded by Rabbi Solomon Breuer who distinguished between the eternal Torah and the temporal ways of the world, such as Rabbi ...

  7. the meaning of the cross sermon

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    <p>He believed for God’s honor. ActiveChristianity® by Brunstad Christian Church explores how Godâ s Word challenges and empowers us to live 100% according to His will, so we no longer need to fall in sin, but can come to a life of victory. It’s an “Oh” because there aren’t enough words in his vocabulary. And all of that leads to another wonderful reality. “ – given for you ...

  8. SH Archive - Tektōn, or why Jesus was most likely a Mason ...

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    It is said that the bible is the single greatest achievement in encoded symbolism, and based off the research of many it appears to be the case. Bits and Bobs The site I found with all the Gemetria had a few more interesting links I felt were worth sharing, though not necessarily in their own post.

  9. What does Joachim mean, details, origin, short & easy attributes? Meaning: Derived from the Hebrew Jehoiakim, which is from Yehoyakim (God will establish, God gives strength) In medieval Christian tradition, the name was assigned to the father of the Virgin Mary, as Anne was assigned to her mother

  10. GEDmatch tools 2016 | Kitty Cooper's Blog

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    Heading: Explanation: Kit Nbr: The kit number: Ancestry kits start with A, 23andMe with M, Family Tree DNA with T, MyHeritage with H, and others with a Z Type: The companies change chips occasionally so this tells you which version, V4 is the current version for 23andme

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