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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 Cagliari 767961911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Cagliari CAGLIARI (anc. Carales), the capital of the
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  • of Cagliari by Umberto Benigni 96518Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 3 Archdiocese of CagliariUmberto Benigni (Calaritana) Cagliari, called
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  • (1913), Volume 9 Lucifer of Cagliari by Henri Leclercq 103387Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 9 Lucifer of CagliariHenri Leclercq (LUCIFER
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  • (OLEASTRENSIS) Diocese in the Province of Cagliari, Sardinia. It was formeerly under the Archbishop of Cagliari, but Leo XII, at the petition of King Charles
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  • TerralbaErnesto Buonaiuti Diocese made up of 42 communes in the province of Cagliari, Archbishopric of Oristano, Italy. The two sees were united by Julius II
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  • Volume 5 — Carloforte CARLOFORTE, a town of Sardinia, in the province of Cagliari, the capital of the small island (6 by 5 m.) of San Pietro (anc. Accipitrum
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  • Lucifer the bishopPhilip Schaff et al. Chapter XCV. Lucifer, bishop of Cagliari, was sent by Liberius the bishop, with Pancratius and Hilary, clergy of
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  • Diocese of Lucera Lucerne Lucian of Antioch John Lucic Lucifer Lucifer of Cagliari Crypt of Lucina Pope St. Lucius I Pope Lucius II Pope Lucius III Diocese
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  • Volume 7 Diocese of IglesiasUmberto Benigni (ECCLESIENSIS) A suffragan of Cagliari in Sardinia. The city of Iglesias is situated near the ruins of the ancient
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  • Nazianzus Caesarius of Prüm Caesar of Speyer Caesaropolis Archdiocese of Cagliari Diocese of Cagli e Pergola Charles Cahier Daniel William Cahill Diocese
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  • Council (1179), Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17) Lay Communion Lucifer of Cagliari Maundy Thursday Meletius of Antioch Meletius of Lycopolis Councils of Nicæa
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  • and appointed judge of the consulate at Cagliari, and director of the university library. He died at Cagliari in 1827. Azuni also wrote numerous pamphlets
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  • miles. The principal gulfs, almost all on the western coast, are those of Cagliari, the largest, Teulada, Palmas, Carloforte, Terranova, and Tortoli. These
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  • than a year. From the days of St. Gregory the Great, the Archbishop of Cagliari in Sardinia enjoyed certain metropolitan powers. Although the right of
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  • importance, having regular steam communication with Ajaccio, Leghorn and Cagliari, and with the north and west coasts of Sardinia. The church of S. Gavino
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  • Archdiocese of Cagliari
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  • In 1495, it was suppressed by Alexander VI, and its territory united to Cagliari. In 1787, at the request of King Victor Emmanuel III, it was re-established
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  • Encyclopædia Navigation ←Previous C Next→ Cadamosto — Caecilia Caecilius — Cagli Cagliari — Cairns Cairns — Calais Cadamosto, Alvise Cadastre Caddis-Fly and Caddis-Worm
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  • (11th ed.), 1911 “Cagli,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Cagliari,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Caietae Portus,” in Encyclopædia
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  • town and episcopal see of Sardinia, on the east coast, 140 m. N.N.E. of Cagliari by rail (55 m. direct). Pop. (1901), 2105. It lies 60 ft. above sea-level
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