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  • To Quintus in Sardinia, from Rome, 10 December 57 BC 2.2 To Quintus in Sardinia, from Rome, 18 January 56 BC 2.3 To Quintus in Sardinia, from Rome, 12
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  • To Quintus in Sardinia, from Rome, 18 January C: To Atticus returning from Epirus, from Rome, 28 January CI: To Quintus in Sardinia, from Rome, 12
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 13 Sardinia by Umberto Benigni 106306Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 13 SardiniaUmberto Benigni The second largest
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  • Geography (c. 150)  by Ptolemy 1787910GeographyPtolemyc/150 Codex Vaticanus Urbinas Graecus 82 (Greek, c. 1300) Harleian
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  • Augustus of Poland 1704 Philip V. of Spain 1724 Victor Amadeus II. of Sardinia 1730 Ahmed III., Sultan of Turkey 1730 Charles of Naples (on accession
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  • FOR THE FOLK-LORE SOCIETY BY DAVID NUTT, 270, STRAND. 1890. [XXVII.] LONDON: WHITING AND CO., SARDINIA STREET, LINCOLN’S INN FIELDS. CONTENTS.
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  • at Cagliari, Sardinia, 14 November, 1812; died at Naples, 31 January, 1836. She was the daughter of Victor Emanuel I, King of Sardinia, and of Maria
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  • cessions made by the King of Sardinia to the Canton of Geneva, signed at Vienna, 29 March. 13. Treaty between the King of Sardinia, Austria, England, Russia
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  • of IglesiasUmberto Benigni (ECCLESIENSIS) A suffragan of Cagliari in Sardinia. The city of Iglesias is situated near the ruins of the ancient Sulci.
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  • ), 1911 “Nuoro,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Olbia (Sardinia),” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Orbetello,” in Encyclopædia
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  • the ancient Caralis, is the principal city and capital of the Island of Sardinia, and an important port on the Gulf of Cagliari. It was founded by the Carthaginians
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  • DOMENICO ALBERTO (1749-1827), Italian jurist, was born at Sassar, in Sardinia, in 1749. He studied law at Sassari and Turin, and in 1782 was made judge
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 5 — Carloforte CARLOFORTE, a town of Sardinia, in the province of Cagliari, the capital of the small island (6 by 5 m
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  • you. For no one up to now has asked me "whether I have any commands for Sardinia"—I think you often have people who say, "Have you any commands for Rome
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  • Victor Amadeus II. VICTOR AMADEUS II., Duke of Savoy, and first King of Sardinia; born in 1666; succeeded his father in the duchy, in 1675. He married Maria
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  • Volume 4 — Cagliari CAGLIARI (anc. Carales), the capital of the island of Sardinia, an archiepiscopal see, and the chief town of the province of Cagliari
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  • Letters to his brother Quintus by Marcus Tullius Cicero 2.6 (CXVI) 111612Letters to his brother Quintus — 2.6 (CXVI)Marcus Tullius Cicero How
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  • XCI: To Atticus at Epirus, from Rome, 24 November XCII: To Quintus in Sardinia, from Rome, 10 December XCIII: To M. Fadius Gallus at Rome, from Tusculum
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  • Diocese of Sant' Angelo in Vado and Urbania Diocese of Santa Severina Sardinia Diocese of Sarsina Archdiocese of Sassari Diocese of Savona and Noli Segni
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  • 5670011911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 10 — Fonni FONNI, a town of Sardinia, in the province of Sassari, 3280 ft. above sea-level, to the N.W. of Monte
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