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- Eastern Mediterranean and Western Asia until late antiquity and beyond, mágos was influenced by (and eventually displaced) Gr**** goēs (γόης), the older...
- borrowed from Gr**** μάγος (magos), as used in the original Gr**** text of the Gospel of Matthew (in the plural: μάγοι, magoi). Gr**** magos itself is derived from...
- Mago may refer to: Mago Island, an island in Fiji Mago, Minorca, a Carthaginian and later Roman town in Menorca Mago, Russia, a rural locality (a settlement)...
- of Goa’s famous structures; the Reis Magos Fort, and the Reis Magos Church – the first church in Bardez. Reis Magos is the Portuguese name for the Three...
- Festa dos Reis. In the village of Reis Magos, in Goa, there is a fort called Reis Magos (Wise Men) or Três Reis Magos for three wise men. Celebrations include...
- Antique. Magos, Alicia P. (1994). "The Concept of Mari-it in Panaynon Maritime Worldview in Visayan Fisherfolks". VMAS, CSSP, UP Diliman. I. Magos, Alicia...
- later, her compilation album, Lo Mejor de Magos Herrera was released. Later, in the summer of 2013, Magos recorded Dawn, with multiple Grammy winner...
- Canacine. Canacine. Retrieved 15 December 2018. Magos y Gigantes box office "México se anima con Magos y Gigantes". 17 November 2003. Retrieved 10 November...
- Salvaterra de Magos (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˌsalvɐˈtɛʁɐ ðɨ ˈmaɣuʃ] (listen)) is a muni****lity in the district of Santarém in Portugal. The po****tion...
- Mago Barca (Punic: 𐤌𐤂‬𐤍 𐤁𐤓𐤒‬, MGN BRQ; 243–203 BC), was a Barcid Carthaginian who pla**** an important role in the Second Punic War, leading forces...
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