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  • Catholic Encyclopedia. Adrianople Archdiocese of Aleppo Archdiocese of Corfu Bagdad Bageis Cabasa Caesarea Mauretaniae Caesaropolis Calama Callipolis
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  • 1911 “Corinth, Isthmus of,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Corfu,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 (in part) “Daphnae,” in Encyclopædia
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  • of Corfu by Sophron Pétridès 97890Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 4 Archdiocese of CorfuSophron Pétridès ARCHDIOCESE OF CORFU. Corfu is one
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  • the realm of Crete, and to Vicenzo da Canal, provveditore and captain of Corfu that, taking consideration for the common safety, they should see to the
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  • (ZACYNTHOS). This Greek diocese, the only suffragan of the Archdiocese of Corfu, is permanently united with the Diocese of Cephalonia. The diocese includes
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  • deg. N. lat., and 19 deg. and 23.5 deg. E. long. The seven islands are: Corfu (Kerkyra, Corcyra), Paxos, Leucadia or Santa Maura, Ithaca or Thiaki, Cephalonia
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  • Lincoln's Inn, In 1847 he was appointed President of the University of Corfu, and in 1854 became Chief Secretary of the Government of the Ionian Islands
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  • about 40 in number, stretching along the west and south coasts of Greece. Corfu, Paxo, Santa Maura and Ithaca are the largest. Their total area is 1,010
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  • Cordova Core, Dathan, and Abiron Vicariate Apostolic of Corea Archdiocese of Corfu Diocese of Coria Corinth Epistles to the Corinthians Gaspard-Gustave de
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  • between the eastern and western churches, was received into the former at Corfu on 23 Jan. 1791. In the same year, on the conclusion of the peace of Galatz
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  • revision of the Greek liturgical books, and in 1723 named him Bishop of Corfu. A few years later Quirini was transferred to the Bishopric of Brescia and
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  • Albania, Turkey, in the vilayet of Iannina; directly opposite the island of Corfu (Corcyra), and on a small stream which issues from Lake Vatzindro or Vivari
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  • RobbersMichael Ott (Septem Latrones), martyrs on the Island of Corcyra (Corfu) in the second century. Their names are Saturninus, Insischolus, Faustianus
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  • ←Archdiocese of Corfu
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  • exception was made in Abrabanel’s favour. He afterwards resided at Naples, Corfu and Monopoli, and in 1503 removed to Venice, where he held office as a minister
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  • and on his way examined the recently discovered temple at Cadachio in Corfu, his description of which was published in Stuart and Revett's ‘Antiquities
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  • Athens, the capital (population 167,479); Piræus (73,579); Patras (37,724); Corfu (18,978); and Zante (13,580). People. The ancient Greeks were a branch of
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  • Inn. From 1847 to 1851 he held the post of President of the University of Corfu, and was Chief Secretary to the Government of the Ionian Islands from 1854
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  • possession of the English, he was appointed paymaster-general of the forces at Corfu, which post he held for some years. On his return to England he published
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  • describes as formidable. Torkington's voyage from Venice to Jaffa was by way of Corfu, Zante, Cerigo, and Crete. He sighted Palestine on 11 July, and landed (at
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