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Yiwuzhenmohe Qaghan

Yiwuzhenmohe Qaghan or Yaghmurchin Bagha Qaghan was a tribal chief of Qibi tribe who ruled briefly over Turkic tribes of Xueyantuo, Tiele and Huige.

Altendorf

Altendorf may refer to: Altendorf, Austria, a town in the district of Neunkirchen in Lower Austria Altendorf megalithic tomb, an archaeological site near Naumburg, Hesse, Germany Altendorf, Schwyz, a municipality in Switzerland Altendorf Sebnitz, ...

Gilbert Kaenel

Gilbert Kaenel, known as "Auguste", was a Swiss archaeologist and historian specialising in the protohistoric and classical periods. He was the director of the Cantonal Museum of Archaeology and History from 1985 to 2014 and a professor at the Un ...

Cursus (disambiguation)

Cursus: Cursus clabularis - heavy transport Cursus velox - quick transport Cursus - a type of neolithic monuments on British islands Cursus or Cursus publicus - governmental transportation system in Ancient Rome, preimage of modern post Cursus - ...

Clytemnestra (Collier)

Clytemnestra is an 1882 oil painting by John Collier. It has been held by the Guildhall Art Gallery since 1893. A second version, c.1914, is held by Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum. The painting measures 239 cm × 174 cm 94 in × 69 in. It depi ...

Cruz Nonata da Silva

Cruz Nonata da Silva is a Brazilian long distance runner. She gained two silver medals at the 2011 Pan American Games in Mexico.

Camp Fatima (New Hampshire)

Camp Fatima is a Catholic overnight summer camp located in Gilmanton Iron Works, NH. The camp has a waterfront on the northern shore of Upper Suncook Lake.

Casas

Casas del Castañar, municipality in the province of Caceres Casas de Miravete, municipality in the province of Caceres Casas de Don Gomez, municipality in the province of Caceres Casas de Don Pedro, municipality in the province of Badajoz Casas d ...

Geoffrey Martin

Geoff Martin Australian footballer born 1958, Australian rules footballer Geoff Martin English footballer born 1940, English footballer Geoffrey Martin cricketer 1896–1968, Australian cricketer Geoffrey Martin footballer born 1927, former Austral ...

Xinle

Xinle may refer to: Xinle, Sichuan, a town in Luzhou, Sichuan, China Xinle, Hebei, a city in Shijiazhuang, Hebei, China Xinle Township, Chongqing, a township in Shizhu Tujia Autonomous County, Chongqing, China Xinle Township, Heilongjiang, a town ...

Muattar Nabieva

Muattar Nabieva is an Uzbekistani weightlifter. In 2018, she represented Uzbekistan at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia without winning a medal.

Standing stone (disambiguation)

A standing stone or standingstone is a menhir, a large man-made upright stone, typically dating from the European middle Bronze Age. Standing stone may also refer to: Standing Stone State Park, Tennessee The Standing Stone, a module for the role- ...

Knyszyn Forest

Knyszyn Forest is a vast forest complex located in the Bialystok Upland in the Podlasie Voivodship. The forests cover there areas of the frontal moraine, and the Suprasl River flows along the tributary of Sokolda. Suprasl is the seat of the Knysz ...

Holy Mother of God Church

Holy Mother of God Church may refer to one of the following: Holy Mother of God Church of Bethlehem, Tbilisi Sourp Astvatsatsin, Nicosia Holy Mother of God Church, Vagharshapat Holy Mother of God Church, Tehran Holy Mother of God Church Kursumlij ...

Marsden

Australia Marsden, Queensland, a suburb in Logan City Point Marsden, South Australia Canada Marsden, Saskatchewan New Zealand Marsden Point Marsden, New Zealand Marsden New Zealand electorate United Kingdom Marsden, West Yorkshire Marsden, Tyne a ...

Knockmany Passage Tomb

Knockmany Passage Tomb is a prehistoric site, of the Neolithic period. It is on the summit of Knockmany Hill, near the village of Augher in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is also known as Annyas Cove, or Cnoc mBaine. The stones are protected ...

Richard Goodchild

Richard George Goodchild was a British provincial Roman archaeologist. He was one of the pioneers of archaeology in Libya.

Walker Library

Walker Library may refer to: The Walker Library of the History of Human Imagination, a private library in Ridgefield, Connecticut, USA Vol Walker Library at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA Walker Memorial Library in West ...

Keidrich Sellati

Keidrich Sellati is an American actor. He played the role of Henry Jennings in the FX television series The Americans for its entire run.

Vivian Lin

Vivian Kwang-wen Lin is Executive Associate Dean and Professor of Public Health Practice in the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong.

Tessa Leuwsha

Tessa Leuwsha was born in Amsterdam, Netherlands as a daughter of an Afro-Surinamese father and a Dutch mother. She started her career as a ground stewardess for KLM. A publisher asked her to write a travel guide to Suriname, because the country ...

Spiny rat

Spiny rat may refer to: Echimyidae, the Neotropical spiny rats, a family of South and Central American caviomorph rodents or any of the following genera or species of tropical or subtropical east Asian or Australasian rats of subfamily Murinae: M ...

Bongshar

Bongshar is an important village in Kamrup district in the Indian state of Assam. It is situated on the north bank of the river Brahmaputra, about 25 km from the capital city of Assam, Guwahati under is a block of Kamrup District. It has a large ...

Ibrāhīm ibn Wahb al-Kātib

Abu ’l-Husayn Ishāq ibn Ibrāhīm ibn Sulaymān ibn Wahb al-Kātib is noted as the author of the rhetorical treatise Kitāb al-Burhān fī wujūh al-bayān.

Assyria (disambiguation)

Assyria may refer to: Either of two provinces of the Persian Empire Asuristan Sassanid Assyria, an ancient empire in Mesopotamia Achaemenid Assyria, also known as Athura A modern term referring to the establishment of a state for the Assyrian peo ...

G.H.A. Juynboll

G.H.A. Juynboll Hendrik Albert Juynboll) was a scholar of Islam specializing in Hadith, about which he published more than twenty articles. His contributions to hadith studies have been called "substantial and groundbreaking", and he has been cal ...

Aida DiPace Donald

Aida DiPace Donald is an American editor and historian. She worked as an editor at the Harvard University Press for 27 years, focusing for years on history and social science books, and eventually rising to the position of editor-in-chief. She wo ...

Capitalism, Alone

Capitalism, Alone: The Future of the System That Rules the World is a 2019 nonfiction book published by Harvard University Press by Branko Milanovic, an economist at the Stone Centre on Socioeconomic Inequality at the City University of New York.

Dan Margalit (mathematician)

Dan Margalit is an American mathematician at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His research fields include geometric group theory and low-dimensional topology, with a particular focus on mapping class groups of surfaces.

Confessions of a Recovering Environmentalist

Much of the book recounts Kingsnorths personal history with the environmental movement and with nature. He starts the book with a description of his upbringing, his engagement with the Dongas road protest group, and with his engagement with envir ...

Crossing Numbers of Graphs

Crossing Numbers of Graphs is a book in mathematics, on the minimum number of edge crossings needed in graph drawings. It was written by Marcus Schaefer, a professor of computer science at DePaul University, and published in 2018 by the CRC Press ...

Tharwat el-Kherbawy

Tharwat el-Kherbawy, an Egyptian lawyer and dissident former leader of the Muslim Brotherhood who is known for his anti-Brotherhood views, and present-day political thinker, and researcher on Islamist groups. He left the Brotherhood in 2002, crit ...

Elhanan ben Isaac of Dampierre

Rabbi Elhanan ben Isaac of Dampierre also known as Rabbeinu Elhanan was a 12th-century French Tosafist and the son Isaac ben Samuel. He is mostly known for his numerous commentaries on the Talmudic tractates, Avodah Zarah and Yoma among other not ...

Harimukteesvarar Temple, Ariyamangai

This temple is situated at a distance of 10 kms from Chakkarapalli in Thanjavur-Kumbakonam main road. From Chakkarappalli one road leads to Agaramangudi, in south direction. On this road another road is found in south. On this road the railway cr ...

Frances Crawshaw

Crawshaw was born in Manchester and grew up at Sewerby on the Yorkshire coast where her father, Robert Fisher, was a vicar. She attended the Scarborough School of Art and the Westminster School of Art in London and also studied art in Milan, Pari ...

Evelin Winifred Aston

Evelin Winifred Aston, later Evelin Leigh was a British artist known for her sculptures who also painted and worked in a variety of techniques.

Thoas (king of the Taurians)

In Greek mythology, Thoas was a king of the Taurians, a barbaric tribe in the Crimea. He was king when Agamemnons daughter Iphigenia was taken to the land of the Taurians, and became a priestess of Artemis there. He was a character in Euripides p ...

Karr (surname)

Karr is a Gaelic surname derived from the Old Norse Kjarr. The surname Carr and its variants date back to the Battle Abbey Roll from 1066 after the Anglo Norman invasion of William the Conqueror. The surname appears in the Old Norse genealogical ...

Slave Patrols: Law and Violence in Virginia and the Carolinas

Slave Patrols: Law and Violence in Virginia and the Carolinas is a 2001 nonfiction book published by Harvard University Press by historian Sally E. Hadden. Hadden investigates the origins of slave patrols, that often enforced laws involving slave ...

Niels J. Murer

Niels Jorgen Kiær Murer was a Norwegian jornalist and non-fiction writer. He was born in Kristiania as a son of shipbroker Christian Homann Murer 1875–1955 and Ella Tonnie nee Kiær 1876–1920. After finishing his secondary education in 1916 he gra ...

List of works by Arnold Bennett

The English novelist, journalist and playwright Arnold Bennett wrote prolifically between 1898 and his death in 1931. This is a list of his published books and adaptations of his works for stage and screen.

Kardashian Konfidential

Kardashian Konfidential is a 2010 non-fiction book by sisters Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian. The book is a mix of autobiography and self-help. It contains family photos, anecdotes, personal letters, and diary entries. I ...

A Human Algorithm

A Human Algorithm: How Artificial Intelligence Is Redefining Who We Are is a 2019 non-fiction book by American international human rights attorney Flynn Coleman. It argues that, in order to manage the power shift from humans to increasingly advan ...

The Ice House (St. Petersburg)

The Ice House was an ice palace built in the winter of 1739–40 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The palace and the surrounding festivities were part of the celebration of Russias victory over the Ottoman Empire.

Virginia Sandars

Lady Virginia Frances Zerlina Taylour was born on 17 March 1828 at Headford, County Meath to Olivia Stevenson and Thomas Taylour, 2nd Marquess of Headfort She was one of nine children; her mother died in 1834 of cholera. She grew up in Headfort H ...

Zbigniew Unilowski

Unilowski was born in Warsaw in a petty-bourgeois family. His parents were Wladyslaw Unilowski and Jadwiga Unilowska nee Ciechonski. After the death of both parents his mother died of tuberculosis, while father committed suicide, as a teenage boy ...

Khin Swe Oo

Khain Swe Oo was a Myanmar National Literature Award s Lifetime Achievement winner. In 1961, She became well-known for her first novel, Doe Tine Htar Ni. She has written more than 30 articles, more than 50 full-length stories and more than 200 sh ...

Alprazolam triazolobenzophenone

Alprazolam triazolobenzophenone is a chemical compound which can be both a synthetic precursor and a prodrug for the benzodiazepine derivative alprazolam. At neutral pH it readily cyclizes to alprazolam, while in acidic conditions alprazolam unde ...

Nyo Min Lu

Nyo Min Lu is a Burmese writer known for mostly writing short stories and translating others work. He had written over 2000 articles and short novels.

Edith Bry

Edith Bry was an American painter, printmaker, and glass artist. During her long career she combined technical skill with an impulse to innovate. Critics noted her versatility, pointing to skill in handling oil painting, lithography, etching, dra ...