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- ‹ The template Infobox ancient site is being considered for merging. › Marcianopolis or Marcianople (Gr****: Μαρκιανούπολις) was an ancient Roman city in...
- 2016 "Marcianopolis (Titular See)" Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved March 29, 2016 "Titular Metropolitan See of Marcianopolis" GCatholic...
- 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...
- Apostolic of Senegambia (now Senegal) and then titular archbishop of Marcianopolis. From 1926 to 1950, he served as Superior General of the Congregation...
- Antiquity, exhibits mosaics from the Roman and early Byzantine city of Marcianopolis, as well as other archaeological artifacts. The museum was founded...
- tried, unsuccessfully, to place Saturninus on the episcopal throne of Marcianopolis in place of the Nestorian Dorotheus. In 432 he advised the Bishop of...
- method in Europe for naming years. Emperor Maurice uses the city of Marcianopolis (modern Bulgaria) as a military base of operations on the lower Danube...
- TO BE WIKIFIED/CHECKED seven Metropolitan Titular archbishoprics : Marcianopolis, Philippopolis in Thracia, Preslavus, Ratiaria, Serdica, Ternobus, Velebusdus...
- carry on fighting the Slavs. Petrus defeated the Slavs in 594 near Marcianopolis and maintained the Danube between Novae and the Danube Delta. Later...