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  • 7651Q5673Hans Christian AndersenHans ChristianAndersenAndersen,_Hans ChristianHCAndersen.jpeg18051875Danish author and poet most famous for his fairy tales
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  • course, and harmonized with Christian teaching. (For the details of Christian iconography see the articles, Diptych; Ivories; Metal; Mosaics; Religious Painting;
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  • Messene Messias Antonello da Messina Archdiocese of Messina Thomas Messingham Metal-Work in the Service of the Church Symeon Metaphrastes Metaphysics Pietro
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  • moderns for the first thousand years of the Christian era. In the opinion of most historians, copper, as the metal that is found most abundantly in the native
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  • the bill-board; of a piece of wood or metal used to strengthen a sprung mast or yard; and of a plate of metal used, as in railway construction, for the
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  • 11 Christian OstrakaCarl Maria Kaufmann Inscriptions on clay, wood, metal, and other hard materials. Like papyri, they are valuable especially as
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  • folds thus made.' 'It consists, essentially, of a strip of soft, nonelastic metal, preferably flat, covered with a fibrous coating, cemented thereto, so that
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  • Dictionary of Christian Biography and Literature to the End of the Sixth Century Henry Wace and William Coleman Piercy Victor, Claudius Marius 181968Dictionary
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  • Annates, ecclesiastical tax. Anne, queen of England. Annealing, in glass and metal manufacture. Annecy, town, France. Annelida, class of animals. Annesley
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  • easier to reduce to the condition of pure metal than the sulphurets. The unmixed metals—the precious metals and copper—are, of course, immediately available
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  • Doctrines of the True Christian Religion by Robert Hindmarsh XXXV 1879191A Compendium of the Chief Doctrines of the True Christian Religion — XXXVRobert
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  • Hans Christian Andersen, translated by William Alexander Craigie and Jessie Kinmond Craigie 1408640Fairy Tales and Other StoriesHans Christian AndersenWilliam
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  • The Metal Pig by Hans Christian Andersen, translated by H. P. Paull 9434The Metal PigHans Christian AndersenH. P. Paull IN the city of Florence
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  •  (1887)  The Metals of Ancient Chaldea By Marcellin Pierre Eugène Berthelot 1041943Popular Science Monthly Volume 32 December 1887 — The Metals of Ancient
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  • From the earliest days the Church has employed utensils and vessels of metal in its liturgical ceremonies. This practice increased during the Middle
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  • as though the author tried too hard to be “poetical.” The answer must be Metal in some form: ore, gold, money. The keeper of the fire is Tubal Cain (Gen
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  • (1913), Volume 8 Early Christian Inscriptions by Carl Maria Kaufmann 101773Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 8 Early Christian InscriptionsCarl Maria
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 6 Christian IV. 16649841911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 6 — Christian IV. CHRISTIAN IV. (1577-1648), king of Denmark
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  • Cyprus the island, in which the ores of this metal were mined by the ancient Greeks), one of the first metals known to man. Tubal Cain, the seventh in descent
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  • whom he learnt to work and engrave on metal. Walpole, Redgrave, and others erroneously give him the christian name of Edward. About 1702 he came to London
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