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- Anastasianism (Russian: Анастасианство, Анастасийство, Анастасиизм) or the Ringing Cedars (Звенящие Кедры; also "Jingling Cedars") is a new religious...
- The Anastasian War was fought from 502 to 506 between the Byzantine Empire and the Sasanian Empire. It was the first major conflict between the two powers...
- The Anastasian Wall (Gr****: Ἀναστάσειον Τεῖχος, Turkish: Anastasius Suru) or the Long Walls of Thrace (Gr****: Μακρὰ Τείχη τῆς Θράκης, Turkish: Uzun Duvar)...
- Ashot Anastasian (Armenian: Աշոտ Անաստասյան; 10 July 1964 – 26 December 2016) was an Armenian chess Grandmaster. He won two team bronze medals and one...
- The Anastasian Wall Battle or Battle at the Anastasian Wall, which took place at the end of winterbeginning of the spring in 559, was a crucial combat...
- within Russian Rodnovery include various doctrinal frameworks such as Anastasianism, Authentism, Kandybaism, Levashovism, Peterburgian Vedism, the Way of...
- held by Anastasians about the spiritual qualities of the Siberian cedar. In his writings, Megre identifies the ideal society which the Anastasians aim at...
- Genrikh Kasparyan has won it the most times (10 times), followed by Ashot Anastasian (8 times), Levon Grigorian (6 times) and Artashes Minasian (6 times)....
- east in Asia. From the 5th century, the city was also protected by the Anastasian Wall, a 60-kilometer chain of walls across the Thracian peninsula. Many...
- Christianity, and the second in 440, when Yazdegerd II raided Roman Armenia. The Anastasian War ended the longest period of peace the two powers ever enjo****. War...
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