Numidia


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an ancient kingdom (later a Roman province) in North Africa in an area corresponding roughly to present-day Algeria

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The Yellow-legged gull exhibits early nesting on islands where the surface area is greater than one hectare, such as Srigina Island and Saint Piastre Island The study conducted in Numidia has allowed us to bring the latest information on the breeding populations of Yellow-legged gull at the local scale (Algeria) which remained unknown for nearly three decades.
21) Gerald Eades Bentley finds it likely that "the Jugurth, King of Numidia which Herbert licensed without fee in 1624 was the same play as Boyle's Jugurth of 1599/1600, for Sir George Buc was Deputy Master of the Revels at the time Henslowe paid for the play, and he was active in the office as Deputy or Master until 1622.
Neron, emperador romano, muerto en el ano 68; Heliogabulo, (5) emperador romano, asesinado en el ano 222; Pericles, politico y orador ateniense; Cimon, politico y estadista, ademas de enemigo de Pericles; Codro, el ultimo rey de Atenas; Galia, region antigua de Europa occidental; Numidia, antiguo reino del Norte de Africa; Isla de Rodas, antigua y extensa isla del archipielago del Dodecaneso.
It is present in Garaet Hadj Tahar and in all of the oriental Numidia during all the year [8, 47, 31, 28]
They examine theories (such as those of foreignness by Homer and Hesiod, genealogies and origins, environmental theories, genetic theories, and custom or culture theories), and present the composition of the peoples of the ancient world (Egypt, Libya, Carthage and Numidia, Ethiopia, Persia, the Parthians, Judea and the Jewish diaspora, and China and the edge of the world), then analyze Europe's Black Sea region, Gaul, Germany and Britain.
It became one of several regional rivals that included republican Rome, Syracuse -- a Sicilian colony of the Greek city-state of Corinth -- and Numidia -- a Berber-Libyan kingdom that throve between 202 and 46 B.
La villa antigua se desarrollo gracias a la habilidad comercial de los cartagineses, que la heredaron de sus maestros fenicios, en todo el Mediterraneo occidental, donde llegaron a controlar Silicia, Cerdena, las costas de Hispania, las islas Baleares, el norte de Africa, los territorios del reino de Numidia, asi como antiguas poblaciones fenicias del litorial de Libia.
Jugurtha was the Libyan King of Numidia who defended the North Africans against the Romans, and who is figured as the archetypal wearer of masks: Jugurtha "prend toujours le visage d'autrui, mimant a la perfection son langage et ses moeurs" (58).
Al n TV,a pan Arab infotainment satellite television station based in Dubai and broadcasting to audience throughout the Middle East, has formed a content syndication partnership with the Algerian Numidia News TV.
Luego del triunfo en Tapsos, tomo la mayor parte de Numidia y la convirtio en una nueva provincia romana, Africa Nova, de la cual Salustio fue nombrado su primer gobernador con el rango de proconsul y al mando de tres legiones.
Mi madre y yo estamos desesperados, pues mi tia Rita Noemi Caballero Perez y su pareja, Sergio Calzadilla, se quieren quedar con el inmueble, y mi otra tia Heidi Numidia Caballero Perez, me emplazo a que desocupe la vivienda que me renta, a mas tardar el proximo 30 de abril; sin embargo, no pueden desalojarme porque tengo un certificado medico de discapacidad emitido por el ISSSTE.
Sufetula was the closest thing to a defensible point in southern Byzacena and its loss left southern Numidia, as well as Carthage and the Proconsular province, dangerously exposed.
Reformador do exercito romano, travou guerra com a Numidia, que havia sido dividida em tres reinos por Cipiao Emiliano e reunificada por Jugurta, e, vitorioso, garantiu a nova divisao estabelecida pelos romanos.
The untold story of his epic exploits against the Roman Empire was the African Numidian Horsemen, the skilled javelin throwing mercenaries from Numidia, present day Algeria.
Intellectuals of Saint Augustine's time recognized his educational accomplishments in Numidia and in Carthage as exceptional.