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The lands north of the Sieg are called Wildenburgisches Land, after the tiny earldom of Wildenburg, that once existed here.
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His son, Odin, led a migration to the northern lands, where they took wives and had many children, populating the entire north with Aesir.
Once he was firmly established in the Northern March, Albert's covetous eye lay also on the thinly populated lands to the north and east.
He also boasted of having subjugated the " four quarters " — the lands surrounding Akkad to the north ( Assyria ), the south ( Sumer ), the east ( Elam ) and the west ( Martu ).
Some have understood Ammianus's testimony as a claim that at the time of Atlantis's actual sinking into the sea, its inhabitants fled to western Europe ; but Ammianus in fact says that “ the Drasidae ( Druids ) recall that a part of the population is indigenous but others also migrated in from islands and lands beyond the Rhine " ( Res Gestae 15. 9 ), an indication that the immigrants came to Gaul from the north ( Britain, the Netherlands or Germany ), not from a theorized location in the Atlantic Ocean to the south-west.
To one who had been a man of war from his youth, who had won and lost many fights, the rout of a detachment and the forcible seizure of some debatable frontier lands was an untoward incident ; but it was not a sufficient reason for calling upon the British, although they had guaranteed his territory's integrity, to vindicate his rights by hostilities which would certainly bring upon him a Russian invasion from the north, and would compel his British allies to throw an army into Afghanistan from the southeast.
Ahmad Shah also faced other rebellions in the north, and eventually he and the Uzbek Emir of Bukhara agreed that the Amu Darya would mark the division of their lands.
Northumbria may have been divided by this time between the Viking kings in York and the local rulers, perhaps represented by Eadulf, based at Bamburgh who controlled the lands from the River Tyne or River Tees to the Forth in the north.
After selling off some of his Connecticut properties, he began buying wild lands further north in the territory, which he sold at a profit as the southern settlements grew and people began to move further north.
Later that July, he met San Martín at the Guayaquil conference and convinced the Argentine general, who wanted the port to return to Peruvian jurisdiction, and the local Criollo elite in both major cities of the advantage of having the former Quito Audiencia join with the liberated lands to the north.
The Franconian lands are situated north and south of the winding Main River, which together with the left ( southern ) Regnitz tributary, including its Rednitz and Pegnitz headstreams, drains the most parts of Franconia.
To the north it is framed by the Rennsteig ridge of the Thuringian Forest, the Thuringian Highland and the Franconian Forest, the border with the Upper Saxon lands of Thuringia.
90 – 168 AD ), who tells us of an Ἐλουητίων ἔρημος ( i. e. " Helvetic deserted lands ") north of the Rhine.
The Scythians were described by Roman writer Strabo as inhabiting the lands to the north of the Black Sea in present-day Ukraine, Moldova and Romania.
The higher and contiguous hill lands of the north and northwestern part of the state have an area of more than.
It was formerly used by the Hudson's Bay Company ( HBC ) as part of a canoe route to the fur lands of the north.
The plateau lands west of the escarpment are of moderate elevation-perhaps averaging It is, however, only along the Zambezi and north of that river that Mozambique's territory reaches to the continental plateau.
In 1091, however, William Rufus confiscated Edgar Ætheling's lands in England, and Edgar fled north to Scotland.
While marching north again, Malcolm was ambushed by Robert de Mowbray, Earl of Northumbria, whose lands he had devastated, near Alnwick on 13 November 1093.
* 1763 – George III of Great Britain issues British Royal Proclamation of 1763, closing aboriginal lands in North America north and west of Alleghenies to white settlements.
Strabo, based on theory alone, states that Ierne is so cold that any lands north of it must be uninhabited.
The Pechenegs ( a semi-nomadic Turkic people of the Central Asian steppes ) occupied the steppes north of the Black Sea ( 8th – 12th century ) and by the 10th century were in control of the lands between the Don and lower Danube rivers.
From his new capital, King Alfonso began a series of campaigns to establish control over all the lands north of the Douro.
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Inventory and evaluate wildlife habitat resources in cooperation with other Federal agencies and with the States in which National Forests and Grasslands are located, as a basis for orderly development of wildlife habitat improvement and coordination programs, including ( A ) big-game, gamebird, and small-game habitat surveys and investigations on the 186 million acres of National Forests and Grasslands, ( B ) fishery habitat surveys and investigations on the 81,000 miles of National Forest fishing streams and nearly 3 million acres of lakes and impoundments, and ( C ) participation in planning, inspection, and control phases of all habitat improvement, land and water use projects conducted on National Forest lands by States, other Federal agencies, and private groups to assure that projects will benefit wildlife and be in harmony with other resource values.
The long-range objective is to bring about consolidation of ownership through use of land exchange authority and through purchase on a moderate scale of inholdings which comprise key tracts for recognized National Forest programs such as recreation development, or which are a source of damage to lands in National Forests and National Grasslands.
Situated in a region of some of the loveliest mountain scenery in the country, the school buildings are located amid open fields and farm lands.
The aardwolf lives in the scrublands of eastern and southern Africa-these are open lands covered with stunted trees and shrubs.
South of it are the lands of the Turks, where Odin had possessions ; thus, the mountains must be the Caucasus Mountains.
In contrast with other continents, it is marked by the comparatively small area of either very high or very low ground, lands under occupying an unusually small part of the surface ; while not only are the highest elevations inferior to those of Asia or South America, but the area of land over is also quite insignificant, being represented almost entirely by individual peaks and mountain ranges.
The ethnic names of Frisians and Warines are attested in the neighborhood names of this Saxon or Swabian lands.
A string is run out down the centre of the lane & wherever the jack lands it is moved across to the string and the length is called out by a sighted marker, when the woods are sent the distance from the jack is called out, in yards, feet and inches-the position in relation to the jack is given using the clock, 12. 00 is behind the jack.
Plantations or colonies, in distant countries, are either such where the lands are claimed by right of occupancy only, by finding them desert and uncultivated, and peopling them from the mother-country ; or where, when already cultivated, they have been either gained by conquest, or ceded to us by treaties.
Smith's weird stories form several cycles, called after the lands in which they are set: Averoigne, Hyperborea, Mars, Poseidonis, Zothique.
( For example, if there are two empty positions between the jumping piece and the piece being jumped, the jumping piece lands leaving exactly two empty positions immediately beyond the jumped piece.
Sometimes the lands on which company office buildings sit, along with the buildings, are called campuses.
If the sources for north-eastern Britain, the lands of the kingdom of Northumbria and the former Pictland, are limited and late, those for the areas on the Irish Sea and Atlantic coasts — the modern regions of north-west England and all of northern and western Scotland — are non-existent, and archaeology and toponymy are of primary importance.
While the sources for north-eastern Britain, the lands of the kingdom of Northumbria and the former Pictland, are limited and late, those for the areas on the Irish Sea and Atlantic coasts — the modern regions of north-west England and all of northern and western Scotland — are non-existent, and archaeology and toponymy are of primary importance.
Primarily, these are the Orders in Council, which give the government the authority to declare war, conclude treaties, issue passports, make appointments, make regulations, incorporate, and receive lands that escheat to the Crown.