Alexandria (Arabic: lang al-Iskandariyya; Coptic: Coptic Unicode; Greek: polytonic; Egyptian Arabic: اسكندريه Eskendereyya), with a population of 4 ...
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Recensio λ (lib. 3): H. van Thiel, Die Rezension λ des ... The Alixandre en Orient of Lambert de Tort was composed around 1170.
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Alexandria may refer to. ... Merv, Turkmenistan, sometimes also called Alexandria
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The Bank of Alexandria in Alexandria, Virginia is a building built in 1807. ... It may be included in the Alexandria Historic District.
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Alexandria National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery, of approximately convert, located in the city of Alexandria, Virginia.
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Southeastern Alexandria contains the area northeast of MacArthur Drive, south of Masonic Drive, Mason Street, and Alexandria-Pineville Expressway, ...
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Alexandria is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. ... Alexandria is home to several of the Washington D.C. area's top private schools, ...
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The Pope of The Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria, or Pope of Alexandria for short, is the head of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria in ...
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Kannengiesser, Charles, “Alexander and Arius of Alexandria: The last Ante-Nicene theologians”, Miscelanea En Homenaje Al P. Antonio Orbe ...
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The Royal Library of Alexandria or Ancient Library of Alexandria in Alexandria, Egypt, was once the largest library in the ancient world.
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