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Under later Roman rule ( after 355 ), most of Occitania was known as Aquitania, itself part of the Seven Provinces with a wider Provence, while the northern provinces of what is now France were called Gallia ( Gaul ).
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Under Fosdick the first executive officer of the CTCA was Richard Byrd, whose name in later years was to become synonymous with activities at the polar antipodes.
Under Arab rule Mesopotamia as a whole underwent a process of Arabisation and Islamification, and the region saw a large influx of non indigenous Arabs, Kurds, and later Turkic peoples.
" Han independence " was therefore scrapped in favor of the Five Races Under One Union principle, which later developed into the theory of Zhonghua minzu.
Under Conner's tutelage, he studied military history and theory ( including Carl von Clausewitz's On War ), and later cited Conner's enormous influence on his military thinking, saying in 1962 that " Fox Conner was the ablest man I ever knew.
In September Thomas and Caitlin moved to New Quay in West Wales which inspired Thomas to pen the radio piece Quite Early One Morning, a sketch for his later work, Under Milk Wood.
Two days later on the 23 October, Herb Hannum, a friend from an earlier trip, noticed how sick Thomas looked and suggested an appointment with Feltenstein before the performances of Under Milk Wood that evening.
Under the banner of Christian Social Party, he later on established a one-party dictatorship rule largely modeled after fascism in Italy, banning all other Austrian parties including the Social Democratic Labour Party ( SDAPÖ ).
Under Himmler's leadership, the SS developed its own military branch, the SS-Verfügungstruppe ( SS-VT ), which later evolved into the Waffen-SS.
Under this system, there is a tension between the relevance of earlier and later authorities in constraining halakhic interpretation and innovation.
Under international pressure, President Sirleaf requested in March 2006 that Nigeria extradite Charles Taylor, who was then brought before an international tribunal in Sierra Leone to face charges of crimes against humanity, arising from events during the Sierra Leone civil war ( his trial was later transferred to The Hague for security purposes ).
Under Diocletian, Lusitania kept its borders and was ruled by a praeses, later by a consularis ; finally, in 298 AD, it was united with the other provinces to form the Diocesis Hispaniarum (" Diocese of the Hispanias ").
In February 2010, the Australian judge ruled that " Down Under " did contain a flute riff based on " Kookaburra " but stipulated that neither was it necessarily the hook nor a substantial part of the hit song ( Colin Hay wrote the song years before the flute riff was added by a later member of the band ).
Under the presidency of Nestor Kirchner, the families of all the Montoneros killed in the attack were later compensated with the payment of around US $ 200, 000 each.
Under her influence, he became a Pietist Lutheran, and later recorded that at Marie's deathbed ( from typhoid ) he prayed for the first time since his childhood.
Under a federalist constitution that was later brought up in 1858 ( and another one in 1863 ), Panama and other constituent states gained almost complete autonomy on many levels of their administration, which led to an often anarchic national state of affairs that lasted roughly until Colombia's return to centralism in 1886 with the establishment of a new Republic of Colombia.
* Under Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment, no person who swore an oath to support the Constitution, and later rebelled against the United States, can become president.
Under Kew's director, William Hooker, the gardens were increased to 30 hectares ( 75 acres ) and the pleasure grounds, or arboretum, extended to, and later to its present size of.
Under such a statute, if a person is discovered to have committed a misdemeanor three years later, the time has expired for the person to be prosecuted.
Under the guidance of Lugh Aengus later tricked his father out of his home at the Brú na Bóinne ( Newgrange ).
Under the later Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848, Mexico formally ceded Alta California and other territories to the United States, and the disputed border of Texas was fixed at the Rio Grande.
Fleischer, considered Disney's main rival in the 1930s, was also the father of Richard Fleischer, whom Disney would later hire to direct his 1954 film 20, 000 Leagues Under the Sea.
Under Adams, Sinn Féin changed its traditional policy of abstentionism towards Oireachtas Éireann, the parliament of the Republic of Ireland, in 1986 and later took seats in the power-sharing Northern Ireland Assembly.
Aubrey Beardsley started to write an erotic treatment of the legend which was never to be finished due to his illness ; the first parts of it were published in The Savoy and later issued in book form by Leonard Smithers with the title Under the Hill.
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Under Parthian and Sassanian Iranian empires, scholars concentrated on exchanging knowledge and inventions by the countries around them – India, China, and the Roman Empire, when it is thought to be expanded over the other countries.
Under the early Roman empire the place was known as Caesarea, and was the metropolis of Cilicia Secunda.
Under the Roman alliance, the more oligarchic parts of the Athenian constitution, the Areopagus and election of officials, became relatively more important, and the Assembly and selection by lot less so.
Under the management of Luigi Barbesino, the Roman club came close to their first title in 1935 – 36 ; finishing just one point behind champions Bologna.
Under the Empire, Roman colonies and cities often had officials with powers similar to those of the republican aediles, although their powers widely varied.
Under the Roman Dutch law in force in South Africa affray falls within the definition of vis publica.
Under Pope Benedict XVI's motu proprio Summorum Pontificum, Roman Catholic bishops, priests, and deacons are again permitted to use the 1962 edition of the Roman Breviary, promulgated by Pope John XXIII to satisfy their obligation to recite the Divine Office every day.
Under Pope Clement VII ( 1523 – 34 ), troops of the Catholic Holy Roman Emperor Charles V sacked Papal Rome in 1527, “ raping, killing, burning, stealing, the like had not been seen since the Vandals ”.
Under Roman law, Roman culture under the Empire came to tolerate concubinage as long as the relationship was durable and exclusive ; for Roman jurists, concubinage was an honorable de facto situation.
Under the status quo, the Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Armenian Apostolic Churches all have rights to the interior of the tomb, and all three communities celebrate the Divine Liturgy or Holy Mass there daily.
Under Roman law, a former gladiator could not " offer such services those of a gladiator after manumission, because they cannot be performed without endangering life.
Under other classical authors this sometimes included regions of Sarmatia as well as an area under Roman control on the west bank of the Rhine.
Under pressure of the Huns, the chieftain Fritigern approached the Eastern Roman Emperor Valens in 376 with a portion of the Thervingi and asked to be allowed to settle with his people on the south bank of the Danube.
Under the Roman Empire, administration of peaceful provinces was ultimately the remit of the Senate, but those, like Britain, that required permanent garrisons were placed under the Emperor's control.
Under the Roman Empire, schools of law were created, and the activity constantly became more academic.
Under the Rashidun, the Arabs conquered the Persian Empire, along with Roman Syria and Roman Egypt during the Byzantine-Arab Wars, all within just seven years from 633 to 640.
Under Pope Clement III and Pope Celestine III he was treasurer of the Roman Church, notably compiling the Liber Censuum, and served as acting Vice-Chancellor of the Holy Roman Church from 1194 until 1198.
Under Roman influence, instruction in rhetoric developed into a full curriculum including instruction in grammar ( study of the poets ), preliminary exercises ( progymnasmata ), and preparation of public speeches ( declamation ) in both forensic and deliberative genres.