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According and Athanasius
According to this account, Athanasius composed it during his exile in Rome, and presented it to Pope Julius I as a witness to his orthodoxy.
According to recent academics, Athanasius, growing impatient, took a small number of bishops who supported his claim, and held a private consecration making him bishop.
According to Athanasius, the devil again resumed his war against Saint Anthony, only this time the phantoms were in the form of wild beasts, wolves, lions, snakes and scorpions.
According to Athanasius, Saint Anthony heard a voice telling him, " Go out and see.
According to Valesius these were mainly Socrates and Sozomen ; Albert Guldenpenning's thorough research placed Rufinus first, and next to him, Eusebius of Caesarea, Athanasius, Sozomen, Sabinus, Philostorgius, Gregory Nazianzen, and, least of all, Socrates.
According to scholar Elaine Pagels, " In AD 367, Athanasius, the zealous bishop of Alexandria ... issued an Easter letter in which he demanded that Egyptian monks destroy all such unacceptable writings, except for those he specifically listed as ' acceptable ' even ' canonical ' — a list that constitutes the present ' New Testament '".
According to Athanasius Kircher, tiorba was a nickname in the Neapolitan dialect that actually denoted the grinding board used by perfumers for grinding essence and herbage.
According to Athanasius, Arius authored a poem called the Thalia (" abundance ", " good cheer " or " banquet "): a summary of his views on the Logos.

According and devil
According to one variant of the Valentinian system, the Demiurge is besides the maker, out of the appropriate substance, of an order of spiritual beings, the devil, the prince of this world, and his angels.
According to this account, a group of Israelites learned magic, for demonstration and to test them, from two angels called Harut and Marut, and it adds that this knowledge of magic would be passed on to others by the devil.
According to Pemberton, the possible ancestors of the devil may have needed to climb trees to acquire food, leading to a growth in size and the hopping gait of many marsupials.
According to one view they serve the devil and guard entrance to hell during meetings of devils and sorcerers.
According to some sources, in 1949 at 33rd Street and Bunker Hill Road in Mount Rainier lived a child ( see Robbie Mannheim ) who allegedly became possessed by the devil.
According to local legend, the area was referred to by Shawnee Indians as " the place of the devil wind " or " the land of the crazy winds " ( depending upon the translation ).
According to the legend, there was once a devil who often tormented and harassed the local people.
According to African popular belief ( mainly in the Zambian / Zimbabwean region ), the meerkat is also known as the sun angel, as it protects villages from the moon devil or the werewolf which is believed to attack stray cattle or lone tribesmen.
According to a Turkmen legend the main role in tuiduk invention was played by the devil.
" According to the ferret Killconey, the snake Asmodeus is named for " the devil himself " ( the name itself, Asmodeus, is a reference to Asmodai ).
According to the legend, there was once a devil who often tormented and harassed the local people.
According to folklore, he once cast the devil into a boot to protect the village of North Marston in Buckinghamshire.
According to European tradition “ witch – a bruja – was thought to reject God and the sacraments and instead worship the devil and observe the witches ' Sabbath .” This rejection of God was seen as an abomination and was not tolerated by the authorities either in Spain nor Latin America.
According to local legend, they were placed by the devil to win a bet.
According to legend, Guayota ( the devil ) kidnapped Magec ( the god of light and the sun ), and imprisoned him inside the volcano plunging the world into darkness.
According to a Turkmen legend the main role in tuiduk invention was played by the devil ( note the term ″ devil openings ", şeytan delikleri, in Turkish for the small apertures on the bell ).
According to a local legend, the jealous devil killed the sculptor before he could finish the work.
According to local legend, the thunderstorm was the result of a visit by the devil who had made a pact with a local card player and gambler called Jan Reynolds ( or Bobby Read, according to the tale recorded at the Tavistock Inn, Poundsgate ).
According to legend, long ago the Christian residents of her home village gradually turned to witchcraft and devil worship after being enslaved by the Mameluks.
According to different legends, it is either bottomless, connected by underground passages to lake Champlain, or was formed as a direct result of the devil successfully convincing several of the early settlers to abandon their promise to attend mass at the newly established chapel every Sunday.
According to folklore, he had Robin Hood-like qualities and protected poor widows against greedy landlords, but he also sold his soul to the devil in exchange for magical powers.
According to Tadman, Hoffman felt no guilt about the murders and reported that he still saw the devil that compelled him to commit them.

According and fought
According to the Anglo Saxon Chronicle, Ælle and three of his sons are said to have landed at a place called Cymensora and fought against the local Britons.
According to Martha, by this time she and Bill fought all the time and she told him to stop drinking or move out so he moved out into a room in their pool house.
According to Strauss and Gustave, Martel fought a brilliant battle, but realized he could not prevail because he was outnumbered so badly, and retreated.
According to oral tradition, they fought against the Abyssinians and uprooted Christian communities in Galgala, a town that used to have churches and temples.
According to the Iliad, during the Trojan War, Diomedes fought Hector and saw Ares fighting on the Trojans ' side.
According to Pakistani Afghanistan expert Ahmed Rashid, " between 1994 and 1999, an estimated 80, 000 to 100, 000 Pakistanis trained and fought in Afghanistan " on the side of the Taliban.
According to the introduction of The Book of Five Rings, Musashi states that his first successful duel was at the age of thirteen, against a samurai named Arima Kihei who fought using the Kashima Shintō-ryū style, founded by Tsukahara Bokuden ( b. 1489, d. 1571 ).
According to him, Mieszko I had fought against the Weltaba tribe, commonly identified with the Veleti.
" According to Speidel, Christians fought fiercely with this feared enemy and suppressed it during the 4th century.
According to Islamic tradition, Isa's descent will be in the midst of wars fought by the Mahdi ( lit.
According to Appian, in 213 BC Hasdrubal left Iberia and fought Syphax, though he may be confused with Hasdrubal Gisco, however, it did bind Carthaginian resources.
According to Pakistani Afghanistan expert Ahmed Rashid, " between 1994 and 1999, an estimated 80, 000 to 100, 000 Pakistanis trained and fought in Afghanistan " on the side of the Taliban.
According to the Moroccan government, in 1958 the Moroccan Army of Liberation fought Spanish colonizers and almost liberated what was then Spanish Sahara.
* According to Star Trek, the Earth-Romulan War will be fought between 2156 and 2160, which results in the establishment of the United Federation of Planets and Starfleet on October 11, 2161.
According to Scandinavian tradition, Edward fought alongside Edmund ; as Edward was at most thirteen years old at the time, the story is disputed.
According to the Athenian playwright Aeschylus, who actually fought at Salamis, the Greek fleet numbered 310 triremes ( the difference being the number of Athenian ships ).
According to some reports, Kiss Me Kate, a 1953 filmic adaptation of the Cole Porter musical Kiss Me, Kate was inspired by the backstage antics of Lunt and Fontanne, who continually fought both on and off stage, but who always reconciled, both on and off stage.
According to the Book of Jeremiah in the summer of 605 BC Carchemish was the site of an important battle was fought by the Babylonian army of Nebuchadrezzar II and that of Pharaoh Necho II of Egypt.
According to an anonymous biographer of Aeschylus, the Athenians chose Simonides ahead of Aeschylus to be the author of an epigram honouring their war-dead at Marathon, which led the tragedian ( who had fought at the battle and whose brother had died there ) to withdraw sulking to the court of Hieron of Syracuse — the story is probably based on the inventions of comic dramatists but it is likely that Simonides did in fact write some kind of commemorative verses for the Athenian victory at Marathon.
According to Quintus Smyrnaeus this Dymas was the father of Meges, a Trojan whose sons fought at Troy.
According to the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Ine's successor, Aethelheard, fought that year with an ealdorman named Oswald, whom the Chronicle provides with a genealogy showing descent from Ceawlin, an early king of Wessex.
According to the Book of Taliesin, he fought alongside Gwydion at the Battle of the Trees, in which he assisted his uncle in enchanting the trees to rise up in battle against Arawn, king of Annwn.
According to French historian Georges Duby, the three leaves represent the medieval social classes: those who worked, those who fought and those who prayed.
According to the Mahabharata, he fought on the side of the Kauravas.

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