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the territorial jurisdiction of a bishop

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We do not abide by the 2013 central plan employed by the two new Bishoprics.
The Romanesque nave of St Davids Cathedral, begun <Bin around 1182, would have been nearing completion when Gerald of Wales set out his claim for the bishopric (c) Crown Copyright Cadw, Welsh Government
In 1065, after seizing the leadership, Malcolm established the new bishopric of Mortlach in Moray, Macbeth's home territory where the latter's supporters were the biggest risk to the new regime.
Today there are three Maronite bishoprics in Syria divided between Damascus, Aleppo and Latakia, the daily cited unnamed ecclesiastical sources as saying.
William Morgan was appointed Bishop of Llandaff in 1595 and moved to the bishopric of St Asaph in 1601.
Archbishop of Bishopric Church and a delegation accompanying him, during which
There were many churches in Myndos Ancient City which was used as bishopric center in Byzantium or early Christianity periods, Sahin said.
With all sorts of of space and killer views--plus festive decorating, a giant bar (right down to little bowls of nuts and M & Ms) and a sliver of moon shining down--the rooftop space transformed into a cool, open-air cocktail lounge for Rock the Roof, a brand-new event for the hospital's Bishopric Medical Library.
NBy the 12th Century, Gateshead acted as the milling centre for the northern part of the Bishopric of Durham ( corn was brought into the town, milled and distributed throughout the area as flour.
It shows how Ireland as a nation and the Church here has matured from the days when he was hounded from his bishopric.
Lordship, Reform, and the Development of Civil Society in Medieval Italy: The Bishopric of Orvieto, 1100-1250.
What we are celebrating is the foundation of a city bishopric.
Lordship, Reform, and the Development of Civil Society in Medieval Italy: The Bishopric of Orvieto, 1100-1250 is a scholarly analysis of a small Italian commune during the High Middle Ages.
In 1901, the French government nominated him for the bishopric of Tarentaise and pressured the Vatican into accepting his candidacy.
Bishopric was disappointing at Haydock last time after previously scoring over a mile in June.