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His sacral masterpiece and one of the most famous religious works of art of the later Middle Ages is The Legend of St. Sebastian and The Passion of Christ of the so called Sebastian Altar in St. Florian's Priory ( Stift Sankt Florian ) near Linz, Upper Austria.
In 2009, Kool Keith released the concept album Tashan Dorrsett ; a follow-up, The Legend of Tashan Dorrsett, followed two years later.
Professor Ginzberg wrote 406 articles and several monograph-length entries for the Jewish Encyclopedia ( Levy 2002 ), some later collected in his Legend and Lore.
The original Legend of Zelda was the first console game with a save function that enabled players to stop playing and then resume later.
Four years later, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past returned to the top-down view ( under a 3 / 4 perspective ), and added the concept of an alternate dimension, the Dark World.
When development of Tomb Raider was transferred from Core Design to Crystal Dynamics, Lara's biography, was that she and her mother survived a plane crash and later, her mother disappears in the site where they crashed ( see Tomb Raider: Legend ).
* The Air nomads from Avatar: Last Airbender & Legend of Korra, A theocratic senate that was kill by fire nation and let a war lasting century and later revived years later that only 4 Airbenders living in other nation 70 years in legend of korra.
Curry first became well known with his breakthrough role as Dr. Frank-N-Furter in the 1975 cult film The Rocky Horror Picture Show, reprising the role he played in the 1973 London and 1974 Los Angeles stage productions of The Rocky Horror Show, then later for his supporting roles as Rooster in the film adaption of Annie ( 1982 ), Lord of Darkness in the film Legend ( 1985 ), Wadsworth in the film Clue ( 1985 ) as well as a starring role as Pennywise the Clown in the horror TV miniseries It ( 1990 ), which is one of Curry's most acclaimed performances aside from Rocky Horror.
* Lawrence L ' Imposteur: T. E. Lawrence, the Legend and the Man ( 1954 ) Paris edition, later title Lawrence of Arabia, a Biographical Enquiry ( 1955 )
Legend later enormously exaggerated the events occurring at the Parc-aux-Cerfs, contributing to the dark reputation still associated with Louis XV's name today.
Legend has it that Alexius, Metropolitan of Moscow, later Patron Saint of Samara, visited the site of the city in 1357 and predicted that a great town would be erected there, and that the town would never be ravaged.
It was designed by Tim Schafer, who would later go on to design Grim Fandango, Psychonauts and Brütal Legend.
The mechanic has since appeared in many later titles, including popular action games such as Resident Evil 4, God of War, Tomb Raider: Legend, Heavenly Sword, and Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy.
" ( Some later accounts of Robin's origin have stated that the name comes from the American robin bird, not from Robin Hood, Frank Miller's All Star Batman and Robin being a notable exception ; sometimes both sources are credited, as in Len Wein's The Untold Legend of the Batman.
It was developed simultaneously with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, but as Ocarina of Time was released more than two years later, some puzzles were taken from that game for Super Mario 64.
This version combined with anecdotes of Pilate's wicked early life were incorporated in Jacobus de Voragine's Golden Legend, which ensured a wide circulation for it in the later Middle Ages.
The " Legend of the children's Exodus " was later connected to the " Legend of expelling the rats ".
Her first album, " Imitation ," was released prior to her meeting Artemis and becoming a Senshi, but its track listing, shown onscreen, foreshadows later plot developments: " Origin of the Legend ", " Imitation ", " Don't Lose!
*" Muggles ", a race in RAH ( later retitled The Legend of Rah and the Muggles ), a 1984 book by Nancy Stouffer
Success for Warner Bros. and IMAX followed in later years with I Am Legend, Happy Feet and Batman Begins and The Dark Knight.
The player is also not limited to moving in the four cardinal directions, but can also move diagonally, allowing for smoother control ; in this way, the mechanics are similar to those in the later The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for the SNES ( and its 2D sequels ).
The album was released on September 21, 2010, and was publicized two days later with a live concert at Terminal 5 in New York City with John Legend and Jennifer Hudson that was streamed on YouTube.

later and Atrahasis
In the Mesopotamian epics, Atrahasis ( Utnapishtim ) is glorified as a hero for his epic deeds of building and loading the ark, whereas Genesis simply says, “ Noah did all that the LORD commanded him .” Obedience to God, not human courage, is the focus in the later Genesis narrative.
The Atrahasis story also exists in a later fragmentary Assyrian version, having been first rediscovered in the library of Ashurbanipal, but, because of the fragmentary condition of the tablets and ambiguous words, translations had been uncertain.

later and Enlil
In Mesopotamia, it was linked to the god Enlil, and also known as Shudun, " yoke ", or SHU-PA of unknown derivation in the Three Stars Each Babylonian star catalogues and later MUL. APIN around 1100 BC.
Enlil ( nlin ), ( EN = Lord + LÍL = Storm, " Lord ( of the ) Storm ") was the name of a chief deity listed and written about in Sumerian religion, and later in Akkadian, Hittite, Canaanite and other Mesopotamian clay and stone tablets.
In later Akkadian, Enlil is the son of Anshar and Kishar.
One of the most important of these early Mesopotamian deities was the god Enlil, who was originally a Sumerian divinity viewed as a king of the gods and a controller of the world, who was later adopted by the Akkadians.
With the later rise to power of the Babylonians in the 18th century BCE, the king, Hammurabi, declared Marduk, a deity who before then had not been of significant importance, to a position of supremacy alongside Anu and Enlil.
Amongst the Hurrians and later Hittites Nergal was known as Aplu, a name derived from the Akkadian Apal Enlil, ( Apal being the construct state of Aplu ) meaning " the son of Enlil ".
Dagan is mentioned occasionally in early Sumerian texts but becomes prominent only in later Akkadian inscriptions as a powerful and warlike protector, sometimes equated with Enlil.
The deities gathered in terror, but Anu, ( replaced later, first by Enlil and, in the late version that has survived after the First Dynasty of Babylon, by Marduk, the son of Ea ), first extracting a promise that he would be revered as " king of the gods ", overcame her, armed with the arrows of the winds, a net, a club, and an invincible spear.
In later Babylonian myth Kur is possibly an Anunnaki, brother of Ereshkigal, Enki, and Enlil.
She first appears as a consort of Enlil in Sumerian mythology, and later becomes the Akkadian Damkina, consort of Enki / Ea and mother of the god Marduk.
His construction activities are memorialized in building inscriptions of the Ekituš-ḫegal-tila, temple of Adad, in Babylon, on bricks from the temple of Enlil in Nippur and appear in the later king Simbar-Šipak ’ s reference to his having built the throne of Enlil for the Ekur-igigal in Nippur.

later and king
In 522 the young Amalaric was proclaimed king, and four years later, on Theodoric's death, he assumed full royal power.
After this deed he fled to Talmai, the king of Geshur () ( see also or ), his maternal grandfather, and it was not until three years later that he was fully reinstated in his father's favour and finally returned to Jerusalem.
Their most famous battle against Rome took place in Argentoratum ( Strasbourg ), in 357, where they were defeated by Julian, later Emperor of Rome, and their king Chnodomarius was taken prisoner to Rome.
Some scholars have speculated that members of the Alemannic elite such as king Gibuld due to Visigothic influence may have been converted to Arianism even in the later 5th century.
Together with Pausanias, he later moved to the court of Archelaus, king of Macedon, who was recruiting playwrights ; it is here that he probably died around 401 BC.
Centuries later, the neo-Babylonian king Nabonidus mentioned in his archaeological records that Ishtar's worship in Agade was later superseded by that of the goddess Anunit, whose shrine was at Sippar — suggesting proximity of Sippar and Agade.
However, Sargon took this process further, conquering many of the surrounding regions to create an empire that reached westward as far as the Mediterranean Sea and perhaps Cyprus ( Kaptara ); northward as far as the mountains ( a later Hittite text asserts he fought the Hattite king Nurdaggal of Burushanda, well into Anatolia ); eastward over Elam ; and as far south as Magan ( Oman ) — a region over which he reigned for purportedly 56 years, though only four " year-names " survive.
In later Assyrian and Babylonian texts, the name Akkad, together with Sumer, appears as part of the royal title, as in the Sumerian LUGAL KI. EN. GIR < sup > KI </ sup > URU < sup > KI </ sup > or Akkadian Šar māt Šumeri u Akkadi, translating to " king of Sumer and Akkad ".
However, there are no known year-names or other archaeological evidence verifying any of these later kings of Akkad or Uruk, apart from a single artifact referencing king Dudu of Akkad.
But though disgraced, they still retained great influence, and two years later, seizing the person of the king, they compelled their rivals to consent to the erection of a regency representative of both parties.
One of the terms of the surrender was that Guthrum convert to Christianity ; and three weeks later the Danish king and 29 of his chief men were baptised at Alfred's court at Aller, near Athelney, with Alfred receiving Guthrum as his spiritual son.
One year later Guthrum, or Athelstan by his baptismal name, Alfred ’ s former enemy and king of East Anglia, died and was buried in Hadleigh, Suffolk.
His Spanish possessions were ruled for him by his brother John, later king John II of Aragon.
After a successful campaign Manuel I and Andronikos returned together to Constantinople ( 1168 ); but a year later, Andronikos refused to take the oath of allegiance to the future king Béla III of Hungary, whom Manuel desired to become his successor.
Although the legislation was not retrospective, five years later the Athenians removed 5000 from the citizen registers when a free gift of grain arrived for all citizens from an Egyptian king.
When Absalon retired from military service in 1184 at the age of fifty-seven, he resigned the command of fleets and armies to younger men, like Duke Valdemar, the later king Valdemar II.
Here, Aegina gave birth to Aeacus, who would later become king of Oenone ; thenceforth, the island's name was Aegina.
There was a great deal of freedom of interaction between the groups: for example, Sarah, the granddaughter of the Visigoth king Wittiza, married a Muslim man and bore two sons who were later counted among the ranks of the highest Arab nobility.
Victorious, Beowulf goes home to Geatland in Sweden and later becomes king of the Geats.
The death of Hildeburg ’ s brother Hnæf, son ( s ) and, later, her husband Finn the Frisian king are sung about as the result of fighting in Frisia between the visiting Danish chieftain Hnæf and his retainers ( including one Hengest ) and Finn's followers.
The Þiðrekssaga tells that the warrior Heime ( Hama in Old English ) takes sides against Eormanric, king of the Goths, and has to flee his kingdom after robbing him ; later in life, Hama enters a monastery and gives them all his stolen treasure.
Napoleon's son Napoleon François Charles Joseph ( 1811 – 1832 ) was created king of Rome ( 1811 – 1814 ) and was later styled Napoleon II by loyalists of the dynasty, though he only ruled for two weeks after his father's abdication.
Urukagina ( reigned c. 2380 BC – 2360 BC, short chronology ) had an early code that has not survived ; a later king, Ur-Nammu, left the earliest extant written law-system, the Code of Ur-Nammu ( c. 2100-2050 BC ), which prescribed a formal system of penalties for specific cases in 57 articles.
Whereas Adomnán just tells us that Columba visited Bridei, Bede relates a later, perhaps Pictish tradition, whereby the saint actually converts the Pictish king.

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