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- marcianopolis or marcianople (gr****: Μαρκιανούπολις) was an ancient roman city in thracia. it is located at the site of modern-day devnya, bulgaria.
- industrial waste. local landmarks include roman remains of ancient marcianopolis, including an amphitheatre and the mosaics museum, featuring some exquisite
- the battle of marcianople or marcianopolis took place in 376 following the gothic migration over the danube. it was the first notable battle of the gothic
- 1658, parchevich was appointed head of the roman catholic diocese of marcianopolis (named after an ancient roman city near modern devnya, northeastern
- 2016 'marcianopolis (titular see)' catholic-hierarchy.org. david m. cheney. retrieved march 29, 2016 'titular metropolitan see of marcianopolis' gcatholic
- (664-332 bce) brooklyn museum ancient roman sarcophagus from marcianopolis amazonomachy marble sarcophagus, archaeological museum of thessaloniki
- marciana and trajan. the other town was founded in 106 and was called marcianopolis (which is now a part of modern devnya, bulgaria). marciana died between
- apostolic of senegambia (now senegal) and then titular archbishop of marcianopolis. from 1926 to 1950, he served as superior general of the congregation