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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Nubia 36248The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Nubia Nu'bia, the modern name of a large African region
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  • Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 11 Nubia by Otto Hartig 104596Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 11 NubiaOtto Hartig Located in North-eastern
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  • end of the 11th. The existence of native Christian|Christianity states in Nubia hindered for some centuries the spread of Islam|Mohammedan Religion in the
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  • of Nubia 550870Historical Tales and Anecdotes of the Time of the Early Khalifahs — 'Abd-Allah-ibn-Marwan's Adventure with the King of NubiaMuhammad
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  • of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. It lies wholly within the region known as Nubia and extends along both banks of the Nile from about 18° N. to 20° N. The
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  • Pilgrimage to Mekkah 'Abd-Allah-ibn-Marwan's Adventure with the King of Nubia The witty Arab How Ibn-Harimah was saved from Punishment The generous Creditor
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  • of Novara Nova Scotia Novatian and Novatianism St. Novatus Novena Novice Nubia Diocese of Nueva Cáceres Diocese of Nueva Pamplona Diocese of Nueva Segovia
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  • Nubia
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  • robbers. The sub-sheikhs are directly responsible to him. The Abābda of Nubia, reported by Joseph von Russegger, who visited the country in 1836, to number
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  • monuments symbolized by an ibis {Ibis aethiopica, still not uncommon in Nubia), which bird was sacred to him. In the Pyramid texts Thoth is already closely
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  • between Ethiopia and Nubia about 687 (C. C. Rossini in Giorn. Soc. Asiat. Ital. x. 141), and of a letter to George king of Nubia from the king of Abyssinia
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  • Adams COPTHS, a numerous denomination of Christians in Egypt, Syria, Nubia, and the adjacent countries. They are subject to the patriarch of Alexandria
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  • Ipsambul, the name of a group of temples of Rameses II. (c. 1250 B.C.) in Nubia, on the left bank of the Nile, 56 m. by river S. of Korosko. They are hewn
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  • Egyptian millet or pearl millet, is largely cultivated in tropical Asia, Nubia and Egypt. Species of Paspalum, Eleusine and Milium, are also cultivated
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  • through France and Italy to Malta, and thence to Alexandria and Upper Egypt, Nubia, and the oasis Boeris. After revisiting Cairo he went to Mount Sinai and
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  • Nubia
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  • Champollion the publication of the results of their expedition fell to Rosellini (Monumenti dell' Egitto e della Nubia, Florence, 1832-40, 10 vols. fol.).
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  • Norwich, p. 1361 Norwich — Nova Scotia, p. 1362 Nova Zembla — Novel, p. 1363 November — Nubia, p. 1364 Nucellus — Nuthatch, p. 1365 Nutmeg — Nye, p. 1366
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  • meaning subsequent to the Moslem conquest. A tribe living on the banks of the Nile between Wadi Haifa and Assuan are called Barabra. (See further Nubia.)
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  • inscriptions show that they belonged to frontier-prefects whose expeditions into Nubia, &c., are recorded in them. Three and a half miles above the town, at the
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