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According to the work De Administrando Imperio written by the 10th-century Byzantine Emperor Constantine VII, the Croats had arrived in what is today Croatia in the early 7th century, however that claim is disputed and competing hypotheses date the event between the 6th and the 9th centuries.
According to tradition, Constantine arranged for the rockface to be removed from around the tomb, without harming it, in order to isolate the tomb ; in the centre of the rotunda is a small building called the Kouvouklion ( Kουβούκλιον ; Modern Greek for small compartment ) or Aedicule ( from Latin: aediculum, small building ), which supposedly encloses this tomb, although it is not currently possible to verify the claim, as the remains are completely enveloped by a marble sheath.
According to Friedrich Nietzsche, a German philologist and philosopher, and Constantine Paparrigopoulos, a major Greek historian, Demosthenes was a student of Isocrates ; according to Cicero, Quintillian and the Roman biographer Hermippus, he was a student of Plato.
According to Coubertin, " the Crown Prince Constantine learned with great pleasure that the Games will be inaugurated in Athens.
According to this version, Constantine with his army was marching ( Eusebius does not specify the actual location of the event, but it clearly is not in the camp at Rome ), when he looked up to the sun and saw a cross of light above it, and with it the Greek words " Εν Τούτῳ Νίκα ", En toutō níka, usually translated into Latin as " in hoc signo vinces ," both phrases have the literal meaning " In this sign, shall conquer ;" a more free translation would be " Through this sign shall conquer ".
According to William of Malmesbury, relics such as the Sword of Constantine ( Emperor of Rome ) and the Lance of Charlemagne ( first Holy Roman Emperor ) came to Athelstan, suggesting that he was in some way being associated with past great rulers.
According to George Alexandrovič Ostrogorsky, Constantine was betrothed to Ermengard of Provence, daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Louis II and Engelberga in 869.
According to Eusebius, this turned what appeared to be a committed Christian into a man who feigned sympathy for the sect but who eventually exposed his true bloodthirsty pagan nature, only to be stopped by the virtuous Constantine.
According to legend, the relic was given to the cathedral by Charlemagne who received it as a gift from Emperor Constantine VI during a crusade to Jerusalem, however this legend was pure fiction ( Charlemagne never went to the Holy Land ) – probably invented in the 11th century to authenticate some relics at the Abbey of St Denis.
According to Theophanes, in 680, Asparukh, the founder of the First Bulgarian Empire, routed an army of Constantine IV near the Danube delta and, pursuing it, reached the so-called Varna near Odyssos and the midlands thereof: perhaps the new name applied initially to an adjacent river or lake, Roman military camp, or inland area, and only later to the city itself.
According to it, Constantine and Kenneth, son of Malcolm met one day in Laudonia ( Lothian ), by the banks of the River Almond.
According to the work De Administrando Imperio written by the 10th century Byzantine Emperor Constantine VII, the Croats had arrived in the early 7th century in what is now Croatia, although this is disputed and competing hypotheses date the event between the 6th and the 9th centuries.
According to the United States diplomats Robert Keely and John Owens, who were attached to the United States embassy in Greece at the time, Constantine asked United States Ambassador Phillip Talbot what the attitude of the United States government would be to an extra-parliamentary solution to this problem.
According to then-Ambassador from the United States Phillip Talbot, after this communication, Constantine met with the generals of the army, who promised the king that they would not take any action before the coming elections.
According to Eusebius, the Roman emperor Constantine I was not baptised until shortly before his death in the year 337.
According to medieval legend, Constantine, a 7th-century King of Strathclyde, founded a monastery under the rule of Columbanus in Govan.
According to John of Fordun, Constantine, a 7th-century king of Strathclyde, founded a monastery at Govan, where he died and was buried.
According to legends, Constantine VII fell in love with Olga, however she found the way to refuse him by tricking him to become her godfather.
According to post-Nicene historians such as Socrates Scholasticus, the Empress Helena, mother of Constantine, the first Christian Emperor of Rome, travelled to the Holy Land in 326-28, founding churches and establishing relief agencies for the poor.
According to reports and testimony of Thomas Constantine to the United States Congress, " Cali would be the dominant group in trafficking South American heroin due to their access to the opium growing areas of Colombia.
According to tradition, the nail was first given to Emperor Constantine by his mother St. Helena, who had discovered the True Cross.
According to Lactantius, a Latin historian of North African origins saved from poverty by the patronage of Emperor Constantine I ( r. 306 – 337 ) as tutor to his son Crispus, Constantine had dreamt of being ordered to put a " heavenly divine symbol " () on the shields of his soldiers.
According to the Klētorologion of 899, the Byzantine Caesar < nowiki >'</ nowiki > s insignia were a crown without a cross, and the ceremony of a Caesar < nowiki >'</ nowiki > s creation ( in this case dating to Constantine V ), is included in De Ceremoniis I. 43.

According and VII
According to Hippolytus of Rome ( Philosophumena, VII, xxiii ) Theodotus taught that Jesus was a man born of a virgin, according to the Council of Jerusalem, that he lived like other men, and was most pious ; but that at his baptism in the Jordan the " Christ " came down upon the man Jesus in the likeness of a dove.
* Poke's edition of Creasy's 15 Most Important Battles Ever Fought According to Edward Shepherd Creasy Chapter VII.
According to Paul Lawrence Rose in his article “ The Politics of Antony and Cleopatra ," the views expressed in the play of “ national solidarity, social order and strong rule ” were familiar after the absolute monarchies of Henry VII and Henry VIII and the political disaster involving Mary Queen of Scots.
According to Pliny the Elder ( NH VII. 30 ) he could sell a single oration for twenty talents.
According to Article VII, the pact was to last ten years.
According to EchoStar, Muzak's distribution provider, Muzak's business music service is broadcast on rented bandwidth from Echostar VII, in geostationary orbit at 119 degrees west longitude.
According to Robert Bramkamp's docudrama about the V2 and Gravity's Rainbow, entitled Prüfstand VII, the BBC initiated a project to produce a film adaption of Gravity's Rainbow between 1994 and 1997.
According to Poulle, Chevalier deliberately did not correctly mention the Papal bulls of antipope Clement VII issued in 1390.
According to Strabo ( VII. 3. 2 ) and Herodotus, the people of Bithynia in northwest Anatolia originated from two Thracian tribes, the Bithyni and Thyni, which migrated from their original home around the river Strymon in Thrace.
According to scholars, King Jayavarman VII bears a strong resemblance to the face towers of the Bayon.
According to the tenth-century historian Liutprand of Cremona, Stephen ( VI ) VII asked Formosus ' corpse why he " usurped the universal Roman See in such a spirit of ambition " after the death of John VIII, echoing John VIII's own assertion that Formosus had tried to seize the papal throne while he was alive.
According to Liutprand ’ s version of the story, Stephen ( VI ) VII said: " When you were bishop of Porto, why did you usurp the universal Roman See in such a spirit of ambition ?”
According to Emperor Constantine VII Porphyrogenitos, Vladimir had taken part in a Bulgarian invasion of the Serbian lands, predating the Christianization of Bulgaria.
According to legends, Byzantine Emperor Constantine VII fell in love with Olga, however she find the way to refuse him by tricking him to become her godfather.
According to tradition it is addressed to his second son, Richard, who went to the bar, and whose name occurs in the year books of the reign of Henry VII ; it has however been argued that the words mon filz ( my son ) were simply a conventional way of addressing law students.
According to Lindley, that “ Henry VII ’ s will declares his trust in ...‘ Aungels, Archaungels, Patriarchs, Prophets, Apostels, Evangelists, Martirs, Confessours and Virgyns ’” is critical to understanding his motivation in building the chapel: “ Henry ’ s belief in the efficacy of ‘ mediacions and prayers ’ in his progress through purgatory is crucial to his purpose .” That is to say, he built the chapel and adorned it with numerous sculptures of important religious figures in part to ensure his acceptance into Heaven.
According to tradition, Cleopatra VII famously committed suicide by snakebite to her left breast, as seen in this 1911 painting by Hungarian artist Gyula Benczúr.
According to his own story, it was discovered in Monte Carlo in 1895, when Henri Charpentier, a waiter, accidentally set fire to a pan of crêpes he was preparing for the future Edward VII of the United Kingdom, which he named Crêpe Suzette after the prince's companion.
According to De Administrando Imperio of the 10th century Byzantine Emperor Constantine VII, the Serbian-populated lands lay to the north-west of Kosovo and the region was Bulgarian.
According to a 2005 study, recombinant human factor VII improves outcomes in acute intracerebral hemorrhage., but a more recent, larger 2008 study by the same group to address these initial findings failed to show any mortality benefit.
According to Fradenburg, these miraculous tales operate according to a paradoxical logic in which “ visuality and carnality are used to insist upon the superior virtue of that which is beyond sight and flesh .” Yet such sacramental materialism remains vulnerable to the kinds of abuse more obviously associated with the Pardoner ; Fradenburg cites the case of Little Saint Hugh of Lincoln, the historical episode of the young English Christian supposedly martyred by Jews, “ slayn also / With cursed Jewes, as it is notable / For it is but a litel while ago ” ( VII 684-686 ), tacked onto the end of the " Prioress ’ Tale.

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