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National Initiative Party

The National Initiative Party was a small Romanian political party. It emerged after three Democratic Party MCDs were expelled form the party a few days after the Justice and Truth Alliance narrowly won the 2004 legislative election. The three me ...

                                               

Spanish Democratic Union

The Spanish Democratic Union was a Spanish political party founded in 1975 as a political association, then as a party from August 1976. Among the partys most notable members were government ministers in Adolfo Suarezs first cabinet Alfonso Osori ...

                                               

Conservative Party (Spain)

                                               

Conservative political advocacy groups in the United States

                                               

Christmas decoration

A Christmas decoration is any of several types of ornamentation used at Christmastime and the greater holiday season. The traditional colors of Christmas are pine green, snow white, and heart red. Blue, pink, and white are often used to represent ...

                                               

Christmas wreath

                                               

Scrupulous Anonymous

Scrupulous Anonymous is a Roman Catholic monthly newsletter published by the Liguori Mission, associated with the Redemptorist Order, founded by Saint Alphonsus Liguori. The newsletter focuses on individuals who need help in dealing with scrupulo ...

                                               

Finger of Og

The Finger of Og King of Bashan, is the name given to a huge stone pillar, sometimes called Herods Pillar, which lies in front of the Russian Compound in Jerusalem, Israel. The column measures 12 metres 39 ft long and is thought to have been inte ...

                                               

Antiochia in Cilicia

                                               

Antiochia Mygdonia

                                               

Troy VIII

                                               

Tobiads

The Tobiads were a Jewish faction in Ammon at the beginning of the Maccabean period. They were phil-Hellene, in other words supporters of the Hellenistic tendencies in Judaism, in the early years of the 2nd century BCE.

                                               

Poland in the Early Middle Ages

The most important phenomenon that took place within the lands of Poland in the Early Middle Ages, as well as other parts of Central Europe was the arrival and permanent settlement of the West Slavic or Lechitic peoples. The Slavic migrations to ...

                                               

Romania in the Early Middle Ages

The Early Middle Ages in Romania started with the withdrawal of the Roman troops and administration from Dacia province in the 270s. In the next millennium a series of peoples, most of whom only controlled two or three of the nearly ten historica ...

                                               

Serbia in the Early Middle Ages

                                               

Bagratid Armenia

The Bagratid Kingdom of Armenia, also known as Bagratid Armenia, was an independent state established by Ashot I Bagratuni in the early 880s following nearly two centuries of foreign domination of Greater Armenia under Arab Umayyad and Abbasid ru ...

                                               

Smbat Walls

The walls were made from smoothly hewn yellow stones, decorated in places with red and black stones, which formed patterns of crosses, swastikas and chessboard motifs. The towers and walls of the fortress were decorated with many bas-reliefs of a ...

                                               

Kingdom of Vanand

Kingdom of Kars, alternatively known as the Kingdom of Vanand, was a medieval Armenian kingdom formed in the year 963 by the son of Abas I of Armenia, Mushegh Bagratuni. The capital of the kingdom was Kars, currently part of modern-day Turkey. In ...

                                               

Poutrocoet

Poutrocoet was an early medieval pagus in Brittany. The term "Poutrocoet" is Breton, and contemporaries translated it literally into Latin as pagus trans silvam, the "country beyond the forest", as in certain charters in the cartulary of Redon Ab ...

                                               

Viscounty of Leon

The Viscounty or County of Leon was a feudal state in extreme western Brittany in the High Middle Ages. Though nominally a vassal of the sovereign Duke of Brittany, Leon was functionally independent of any external controls until the viscounts ca ...

                                               

Ahmadnagar Sultanate

                                               

Bidar Sultanate

                                               

Greater Kamrup

Greater Kamrup was the historical extent of the political boundaries and culture of Kamrup beyond the current cultural sphere. This particularly concerns the spread of political boundaries of Kamrup Kingdom, through expansion and conquest, but ma ...

                                               

Kamapitha

Kamapitha is one of the four Kamarupa Pithas, the geographical divisions of ancient Kamarupa. Dineshchandra Sircar points out that these divisions are not found in the Kamarupa inscriptions and that they might be fabrications from late medieval s ...

                                               

Kamarupa – Late to end period

According to the inscription of Ratna Pala, when Tyaga Singha of Mlechha dynasty died leaving no heir to succeed him the people elected Brahma Pala to be their king. It find here a parallel to the tradition that in order to remove the anarchy in ...

                                               

Kamarupa Pithas

Kamarupa Pithas or Kamrup Piths are ancient pithas or geographical divisions of Kamarupa. The division of the Pithas are not consistent in different sources, though the number of pithas are usually four. Since these pithas are not mentioned in th ...

                                               

Medieval Kamarupa

In this period several Muslim invasions happened, beginning with Muhammad-i-Bukhtiyars disastrous enterprise of 1205-06, all were successfully repulsed by the Hindu Kamrupi kings, long before advent of medieval kingdoms of Koch and Ahoms in Weste ...

                                               

Ratnapitha

                                               

Saumarapitha

                                               

Swarnapitha

                                               

Sanjak of Sjenica

                                               

Turonio

Turonio was the only part of the Conventus Bracarensis which did not join Afonso Henriques when he proclaimed the independence of Portugal in 1139. At the time it was a fief held by Gomez Nuñez, who supported a Portuguese invasion of Galicia, but ...

                                               

Thimida Regia

Thimida Regia is a former Roman city of the Roman province of Byzacena in North Africa. The ancient town is identified with ruins at 36.640739n, 10.141835e, south of the modern town of Tunis. The town was the seat of an ancient Christian bishopri ...

                                               

9th-century disestablishments in the Byzantine Empire

                                               

Secular Franciscan Order

The Secular Franciscan Order is the third branch of the Franciscan Family formed by Catholic men and women who seek to observe the Gospel of Jesus by following the example of Francis of Assisi. Secular Franciscans are not like the other third ord ...

                                               

Adichikkavu Sree Durga Devi Kshetram

Adichikkavu Sree Durga Devi Kshetram, also known as the Adichikavu Devi Temple is one of the oldest temple in Pandanad village, Alapuzha. The temple is located at Pandanad in Chengannur taluk of Alappuzha district in the south Indian state of Ker ...

                                               

Bajreshwari Mata Temple, Kangra

The Shree Vajreshwari Mata Mandir also known as Kangra Devi Mandir is a Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Vajreshvari, a form of Durga located in the town Kangra, in Himachal Pradesh, India.

                                               

Devi Talab Mandir

Devi Talab Mandir or Devi Talab Temple is a Hindu temple located in Jalandhar, Punjab, India. This temple is devoted to Goddess Durga and is believed to be at least 200 years old. It was founded by a retired session court judge Sh.Mohan Lal Chopr ...

                                               

Iringole Kavu

Iringole Kavu is a Hindu forest temple dedicated to Goddess Durga, situated in Kunnathunad Taluk of Ernakulam district, 2.5 km from Perumbavoor. This is one of the 108 Durga Temples in Kerala believed to have been consecrated by Lord Parasurama, ...

                                               

Irumkulangara Durga Devi Temple

Irumkulangara Durga Bhagavathi Temple is a Hindu temple in Thottam, Manacaud, Manacaud P.O, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. It is about 1.8 kilometres to the southwest of Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram city.

                                               

Kateel

Kateel or Kateelu is a temple town in the Dakshina Kannada district of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is considered one of the holiest Hindu temple towns in India. It is situated on the banks of the river Nandini.

                                               

Kile Wali Mata Temple, Shahpurkandi Fort

Kile Wali Mata Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the Hindu Goddess, Maa Durga, located at Shahpur Kandi, District Pathankot of Punjab. It is a well known temple in the city. The town is very close to the Madhopur, Punjab. This is the main att ...

                                               

Kodimoottil Sri Bhadrakaali Temple

Kodimoottil Sri Bhadrakaali Temple is the most famous temple in Parippally, Kollam. The "Prathista" in this temple is Bhadrakali devi. Shiva, Ganapathi, Nacagrihangal are also there as Upaprathista. There are a number of utsavams in this temple. ...

                                               

Muchur

Muchur is a small village in the Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka, India. It is very close to Kateel and Nellitheertha. There is a very ancient temple of Lord Sri Durga Parameshwari at this place.

                                               

Nalukulangara Maha Devi Temple

Nalukulangara Maha Devi Temple is situated in Kuthiyathode Panchayath. It is one of the prominent devi temples in Alappuzha. It is situated 1 km away from Pattukulangara Jn. The idol of the goddess Bhadrakali together with Sivan, Subrahmanyan, Bh ...

                                               

Nartiang Durga Temple

Nartiang Durga Temple is a 600-year-old Durga Temple located in the West Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya, a state in North-Eastern India. This temple is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas and is one of the holiest sites for devotees of the Shaktism ...

                                               

Polali

Polali is a village in Bantwal taluk, in the Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka state in India. Polali is famous for the Rajarajeshwari Temple. Raja Rajeshwari is an icon of Shakti.Polali Shri Raja Rajeshwari temple is famous for its month-lo ...

                                               

Thrikkavu Temple

Thrikkavu Sri Durga Bhagavathy Temple is an ancient Temple situated in Ponnani, Malapuram District, Kerala State, India. Goddess Durga is the main deity of this centuries old temple. Even though authentic details are not available about the age o ...

                                               

Vettikulangara Devi Temple Cheppad

Vettikulangara Devi Temple Cheppad near Harippad, Alappuzha, Kerala is one of the oldest temples in Kerala.This temple is dedicated to Durga Devi and the goddess is also known as Karthiyayini Devi.

                                               

Attahas, Katwa

The temple of Attahas, also known as Fullora Attahas, is believed to be one of the 51 Shakti Peethas at which the body parts and jewelry of the Hindu goddess Shakti fell to Earth. The goddess is so large that the lower lip is about 15 to 18 feet ...

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