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From the late 8th century BC a new wave of Indo-European speaking raiders entered northern and north east Anatolia, namely the Cimmerians and Scythians.
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From the late 1930s until the postwar period appeared a string of monographs and edited volumes that cemented the paradigm of British Social Anthropology ( BSA ).
From the 10th to late 7th centuries BC, much of Anatolia ( particularly the east, central, south western and south eastern regions ) fell to the Neo Assyrian Empire, including all of the Neo-Hittite and Syro-Hittite states, Phrygia, Urartu, Nairi, Tabal, Cilicia, Commagene, Caria, Lydia, the Cimmerians and Scythians and swathes of Cappadocia.
From the dry ground in late summer ( August in zone 7 ) each bulb produces one or two leafless stems 30 – 60 cm tall, each of which bears a cluster of 2 to 12 funnel-shaped flowers at their tops.
* Maila Nurmi, aka 1950s TV horror hostess Vampira and co-star of Ed Wood's Plan 9 From Outer Space attended Astoria High School in the late 1930s.
From early 1942 until late 1944, transport trains delivered Jews to the camp's gas chambers from all over German-occupied Europe.
From the late 17th to the early 20th century Western aesthetics underwent a slow revolution into what is often called modernism.
From the late 1940s to the early 1960s, following the creation of the state of Israel, most of these Jews fled their countries of birth and are now mostly concentrated in Israel.
From the late 1950s Sakharov had become concerned about the moral and political implications of his work.
From the early 1940s to the late 1950s, there were scores of Sunday strip-style magazine ads for Cream of Wheat using the Abner characters, and in the 1950s, Fearless Fosdick became a spokesman for Wildroot Cream-Oil hair tonic in a series of daily strip-style print ads.
From the late 1980s, Andersson had worked on an idea for an epic Swedish language musical based on his affection for traditional folk music, and in October 1995, Kristina från Duvemåla premiered in Sweden.
From the 19th century and much of the late 20th century, " Boadicea " was the most common version of the name, which is probably derived from a mistranscription when a manuscript of Tacitus was copied in the Middle Ages.
From the late 17th century onwards a whole body of literature known as the Han Kitab developed amongst the Hui Muslims of China who infused Islamic thought with Confucianism.
From the late 1940s to 1989, the extensive Czechoslovak Armed Forces ( about 200, 000 ) formed one of the pillars of the Warsaw Pact military alliance.
From the late 1950s until the early 1970s, Charlton remained a mainstay of the Second Division before relegation to the Third Division in 1972 caused the team's support to drop, and even a promotion in 1975 back to the second division did little to re-invigorate the team's support and finances.
From the late 1960s until the mid-1970s, MI5 designated CND as subversive by virtue of its being " communist controlled ".
* Pulse-Project Audio Lecture: Dr. Octavian Buda on “ From Psychiatry in Dorpat to Eugenics in Munich: The late works of Emil Kraepelin .”
From the late 20th century onwards, such conservative Protestant Christians, and their churches and social movements, have often been called evangelical to distinguish them from other Protestants.
From 1955 onwards, the works of directors of the so-called Polish Film School had a great influence on the contemporary trends such as French New Wave, Italian neorealism or even late Classical Hollywood cinema.
From the late nineteenth century onwards, interest has revived in the works of Borromini and his architecture has become appreciated for its inventiveness.
From the early modern period till the late twentieth century, the two dominant varieties of foundationalist theories were rationalism and empiricism ( or British empiricism ), both of which are internalist views.
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From the 8th century to the 9th century, many inhabitants of what is present-day Afghanistan, Pakistan, and areas of northern India were converted to Sunni Islam.
Archaeological confirmation of Bethlehem as an Israelite city was uncovered in 2012 at the archaeological dig at the City of David in the form of a bulla ( seal impression in dried clay ) in ancient Hebrew script that reads " From the town of Bethlehem to the King ," indicating that it was used to seal the string closing a shipment of grain, wine, or other goods sent as a tax payment in the 8th or 7th century BCE.
From the 4th century, when the codex gained wide acceptance, to the Carolingian Renaissance in the 8th century, many works that were not converted from scroll to codex were lost to posterity.
From February 2, 1911 he was made Commander of the 8th Infantry Regiment of Estonia, and was later appointed commander of the 9th Siberian Rifle Division, stationed in Vladivostok.
From the 8th through the 15th century, black kingdoms of the western Sudan, such as Ghana, Mali, and Songhai, brought their political culture from the south.
From approximately the 8th century A. D., adjacent village compounds called ile coalesced into numerous territorial city-states in which clan loyalties became subordinate to dynastic chieftains.
From the 8th century, the Mutazilite school of Islam, compelled to defend their principles against the orthodox Islam of their day, looked for support in philosophy, and are among the first to pursue a rational Islamic theology, called Ilm-al-Kalam ( scholastic theology ).
From 8: 57 to 9: 00 pm, every neon sign and every lightbulb was turned off and all traffic was halted between 42nd Street and 53rd Street, and between 8th Ave and the Avenue of the Americas.
From the 6th through the 8th centuries a number of so-called ' National Hands ' were developed throughout the Latin-speaking areas of the former Roman Empire.
From the 8th century CE onward, astronomers developed methods for approximating and calculating the direction to Makkah ( qibla )— and its distance — from any location on the Earth.
From the 8th until the 15th century, the Republic of Venice had the monopoly on spice trade with the Middle East, and along with it the neighboring Italian city-states.
From the 8th to the 11th century, the Vikings and Varangians traded as they sailed from and to Scandinavia.
From the late third millennium BC until the 8th century BC it was inhabited by peoples called Opici and Osci ( perhaps Askenazi ) and also by Oenotrians, Phoenicians, Mycenaeans, Ausones, Sicilians, Morgeti and Itali.
From this point the Bactrians tend to disappear from the historical record, a disappearance made final by the Arab invasion of the 8th century AD.
From the 8th century on, Wales was by far the largest of the three remnant Brythonic areas in Britain, the other two being the Hen Ogledd and Cornwall.
From the 8th century BC, Phoenicians founded several cities and strongholds on south west of Sardinia ; Tharros, Bithia, Sulcis, Nora and Karalis ( Cagliari ).
From the 8th to the 2nd centuries BC, archaeology records a split into two distinct settlement areas: the older in the Sayan-Altai area in Central Asia, and the younger in the North Pontic area in Eastern Europe.
From the 8th century onwards, Alpine Slavic underwent a series of gradual changes and innovations which were characteristic of South Slavic languages.
From the 8th to the 6th century BC, Hefei was the site of many small states, later a part of the Chu kingdom.
From the early 8th century come the Durham Gospels, the Echternach Gospels, the Lindisfarne Gospels ( see illustration at right ), and the Lichfield Gospels.
From early January 1944, the British 8th Army, with British, Indian, New Zealand, Canadian and Polish units, was from early January 1944 commanded by Lieutenant-General Oliver Leese when General Bernard Montgomery was also recalled to Britain to prepare for Operation Overlord.
From 1938 and during the war he served as an NCO in mobile radio detachment ( 3 Corps ) of Royal Signals Corps in the 8th Army in Persia in 1942.