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- marcianopolis or marcianople (gr**** : Μαρκιανούπολις) was an ancient roman city in thracia . it was located at the site of modern-day
- the battle of marcianople or marcianopolis took place in 376 following the gothic migration over the danube. it was the first notable
- local landmarks include roman remains of ancient marcianopolis , including an amphitheatre and the mosaics museum , featuring some
- from late antiquity , exhibits mosaic s from the roman and early byzantine city of marcianopolis , as well as other archaeological artifacts.
- (6 january 1878 – 25 december 1954) was vicar apostolic of senegambia (now senegal ) and then titular archbishop of marcianopolis .
- he was given the title as titular archbishop of marcianopolis. but for some personal reasons mainly health issues, while waiting for the
- he became coadjutor archbishop of the archdiocese of ca****an de oro on june 10, 1958, becoming titular archbishop of marcianopolis.
- landmark_region:bg , name diocletianopolis (hisarya) , marcianopolis , devnya , bulgaria 43.222222 , n , 27.569444 , e , type:landmark_
- in 1658, parchevich was appointed head of the roman catholic diocese of marcianopolis (named after an ancient roman city near modern
- the other town was founded in 106 and was called marcianopolis (which is now a part of modern devnya , bulgaria ). marciana died between
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