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- Abyla was the pre-roman name of Ad Septem Fratres (actual Ceuta of Spain). Ad Septem Fratres, usually shortened to Septem or Septa, was a Roman colony...
- (Gr****: Ἄπινι), Abýla (Ἀβύλα), Abýlē (Ἀβύλη), Ablýx (Ἀβλύξ), and Abílē Stḗlē (Ἀβίλη Στήλη, "Pillar of Abyla") and in Latin as Mount Abyla (Abyla Mons) or the...
- cl****ical civilization it was possibly known as Mons Abila (Mount Abila or Abyla), although this title could possibly refer to Jebel Musa instead. Monte...
- (1743–1793), Swiss-born journalist and noted character of the French Revolution Allan Marat, Papua New Guinean politician Luc Marat Abyla, Gabonese politician...
- Abyla is a genus of siphonop**** in the Abylidae. The genus contains three species, some of which are bioluminescent. Schuchert, P. (2019). "Abyla Quoy...
- and was known to the Romans as Mons Calpe, the other pillar being Mons Abyla or Jebel Musa on the African side of the Strait. According to ancient myths...
- Abila, also spelled Abyla, is the name of several places: Abila in Decapolis, also called Seleucia, northeast of present-day Irbid in Jordan Abila Lysaniou...
- Luc Marat Abyla is a Gabonese politician. He is a member of the Gabonese Democratic Party (Parti démocratique gabonais, PDG), and is a Deputy in the National...
- Hercules separating the mounts Calpe And Abyla is a work by Francisco de Zurbarán, created in 1634. The painting is 136 × 167 centimeters. It is in the...
- Magonis (Portimão) Olissipona (Lisbon) Ossonoba (Faro) Spain Abdera (Adra) Abyla (Ceuta) Akra Leuka (Alicante) Gadir (Cadiz) Herna Iboshim (Ibiza) Mahón...
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