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  • 1Spanien [2] — Spanien (n. Geogr., span. España, franz. l Espagne, latein. Hispania), 1) das Spanische Reich umfaßt gegenwärtig das eigentliche S. als Mutterland (9071,81 geogr. QM.), die umliegenden Besitzungen (los adyacentes) u. die überseeischen Colonien.… …

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  • 2Walzen — Walzensatz, bestehend aus je einem Paar Stütz und Arbeitswalzen Walze …

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  • 3Hamlet — This article is about the Shakespeare play. For other uses, see Hamlet (disambiguation). The American actor Edwin Booth as Hamlet, ca. 1870 The Tragical History of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, or more simply Hamlet, is a tragedy by William… …

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  • 4Editions of the Bible — • Includes Hebrew and Greek editions Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Editions of the Bible     Editions of the Bible      …

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  • 5Codex Vaticanus — For other uses, see Codex Vaticanus (disambiguation). New Testament manuscripts papyri • uncials • minuscules • lectionaries Uncial 03 …

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  • 6Argentinien — Argentinien. Inhaltsübersicht: I. Geschichtliche Entwicklung. II. Eisenbahnpolitik. III. Verwaltung und Gesetzgebung. IV. Technische Anlage und Betrieb. V. Eisenbahntarife. I. Geschichtliche Entwicklung. Bis 1870 standen nur einige Teilstrecken… …

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  • 71860 — Portal Geschichte | Portal Biografien | Aktuelle Ereignisse | Jahreskalender ◄ | 18. Jahrhundert | 19. Jahrhundert | 20. Jahrhundert | ► ◄ | 1830er | 1840er | 1850er | 1860er | 1870er | 1880er | 1890er | ► ◄◄ | ◄ | 1856 | 1857 | 1858 | 18 …

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  • 8All's Lost by Lust — is a Jacobean tragedy by William Rowley. A tragedy of remarkable frankness and effectiveness, [Schelling, p. 139.] crude and fierce, [Gosse, p. 130.] it was written between 1618 and 1620.PublicationThe play was first published in 1633 (seven… …

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  • 9Literary influence of Hamlet — See also William Shakespeare s Hamlet is a tragedy, believed written between 1599 and 1601. It tells the story of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark who takes revenge on the current king (Hamlet s uncle) for killing the previous king (Hamlet s father) and …

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  • 10Великобритания — I Содержание: А. Географический очерк: Положение и границы Устройство поверхности Орошение Климат и естественные произведения Пространство и население Эмиграция Сельское хозяйство Скотоводство Рыбная ловля Горный промысел Промышленность Торговля… …

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  • 11Oxford University Press — OUP redirects here. OUP may also refer to Ohio University Press. Oxford University Press Parent company University of Oxford Founded 1586 Country of origin …

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  • 12Alexis de Tocqueville — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Tocqueville. Alexis de Tocqueville Sociologue Occidental Époque Moderne …

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  • 13Papermaking — [ thumb|230px|right|The Diamond Sutra of the Chinese Tang Dynasty, the oldest dated printed book in the world, found at Dunhuang, from 868 AD.] Papermaking is the process of making paper, a material which is used ubiquitously today for writing… …

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  • 14William Rowley — was an English Jacobean dramatist, best known for works written in collaboration with more successful writers. His date of birth is estimated to have been c. 1585; he was buried on February 11, 1626. (An unambiguous record of Rowley s death was… …

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  • 15Penguin Classics — is a series of books published by British publisher Penguin Books. Books in this series are seen by literary critics as important members of the Western canon, though many titles are translated or of non western origin. The first Penguin Classic… …

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  • 16Hume, David — born May 7, 1711, Edinburgh, Scot. died Aug. 25, 1776, Edinburgh Scottish philosopher, historian, and economist. He conceived of philosophy as the inductive, experimental science of human nature. His first major work, A Treatise of Human Nature… …

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  • 17Codex Ephesinus — New Testament manuscripts papyri • uncials • minuscules • lectionaries Minuscule 71 Name Codex Ephesinus Text Gospels Date 1160 Script …

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  • 18CURIA — I. CURIA sic dictae primo Romanis XXX. illae portiones, in quas populum divisit Romulus: dein partium illarum aedes publicae, quibus et convenire solebant singulae Curiae, et sacra peragere. Tertio locus, in quo Senatus Rem publ. curabat: atque… …

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  • 19SELEUCIA — urbs Asiae multiplex. I. in Mesopotamia ad Tigrina fluv. contra Ctesiphontem, inde 3. mill pass. cognomentô magna, patriarchae Nestorianorum sedes. Mosul, teste Nigrô. Apud hauc, urpote Tigranis regiam, Amph crates Athen ensis rhetor exulans, a… …

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  • 20Arthur Cayley — Infobox Scientist name = Arthur Cayley |242px image width = 242px caption = Portrait in London by Barraud Jerrard birth date = birth date|1821|8|16|mf=y birth place = Richmond, Surrey, UK residence = England nationality = British death date =… …

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