indiction


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a 15-year cycle used as a chronological unit in ancient Rome and adopted in some medieval kingdoms

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6) Pope Benedict XVI, apostolic letter Porta fidei for the Indiction of the Year of Faith, October 11, 2011, http://www.
There was no indiction from Mrs Haines Davies' lawyers yesterday whether she would be requesting re-instatement in her old position, a new job with the same firm or compensation.
Apostolic letter The Indiction of the Year of Faith, October 11, 2011
Peter-Marian in a first-round game of the Lori Bourn Memorial Tournament in West Boylston is any indiction, Assabet's girls appear ready to do some damage in the Central Mass.
It also gives an insight into who calls them, what their experiences are and an indiction of the devastation sexual crime leaves behind.
A picture slowly emerged yesterday of the 20-year-old who killed 20 children, six adults including his own mother and then himself, as former classmates told reporters of a shy, intelligent loner whose hard work had given little indiction of the tragedy to come.
It's also useful to read Ofsted reports which give a clear indiction of how a school is performing.
C'est sous la nomination de dinars a epigraphie latine que peuvent etre regroupes deux types de monnaies parfois egalement appelees solidii, les dinars a indiction (corpus, monnaie 2), representant une grande part des decouvertes de dinars transitionnels, et ceux de type SIMILIS.
regnal year was used to the exclusion of the indiction or year of
On the balance of probability, I am satisfied from his indiction to the doctor and diabetic nurse that he was fed up with having to take his insulin so he inevitably stopped.
In the eleventh year of Emperor Constantine Monomachos, in the seventh indiction, on the day of the Nativity of St.
Antonello's grasp of Latin seems to have been less than secure, judging by his inability to equate the date and indiction of the London National Gallery's Christ Blessing.
24) Most of the Christian epitaphs at Corinth that can be read or restored are dated either by reference to the traditional Roman calendar or, more frequently, to the month; often the year of the current indiction is added.
We don't have any indiction that there's toxic contaminants,'' said Bill Lukehart, superintendent of planning and construction.
On August 25th, the 14th year of the indiction, in the year 6839 (1331 AD).