Serdica


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Noun1.Serdica - capital and largest city of Bulgaria located in western BulgariaSerdica - capital and largest city of Bulgaria located in western Bulgaria
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The report in the SEA was submitted by the municipal councilor Vojislav Todorov from the Serdica coalition group and the vote will be on Thursday, reports Monitor.
Balkan cities from the Roman Empire Period can be counted among those which use coins that depict the god of health, Aesculapius: Ainos (Enez/Turkey), Anchialos (Pomorie/Bulgaria), Augusta Traiana (Stara Zagora/Bulgaria), Bizya (Vize/Turkey), Callatis (Mangalia/Romania), Deultum (Burgas/Bulgaria), Hadrianopolis (Edirne/Turkey), Markianopolis (Devnya/Bulgaria), Mesembria (Nesebar/Bulgaria), Pautalia (Kyustendil/Bulgaria), Plotinopolis (Dimetoka/Greece), Philippopolis (Plovdiv/Bulgaria), Serdica (Sophia/Bulgaria), Tapiros (Xanti/Greece), Traianopolis (Dimetoka/Greece), and Tomis (Constanta/Romania).
Tra i due grandi concili di Nicea (325) e di Costantinopoli (381), i sinodi che presero decisioni dogmatiche furono: Antiochia (341), Serdica (343), Sirmio (351 e 357), Ancira (358), Rimini/Seleucia (359) e Alessandria (362).
Kleiman, Toward Clemens' Conjecture in degrees between 10 and 24, Serdica Math.
De hecho, Niceforo I, muerto en batalla frente a Krum y que toma el poder el 802 vive la sublevacion de Venecia y Dalmacia, que vuelcan su obediencia a Roma, al mismo tiempo que una revuelta eslava conspira en Serdica para avanzar sobre terreno bizantino (Treadgold, 1997).
Khan, Warped product semi-slant submanifolds of a Sasakian manifold, Serdica Math.
19) Hamilton Hess, The Early Development of Canon Law and the Council of Serdica, Oxford, 2002, pp.
The contemporary architecture of government buildings and public parks is starkly set off with pieces of walls and boulders that were laid by men thousands of years ago -- the Romans built the historical city of Serdica on the ground on which Bulgaria's capital now stands.
Should you find the treasure map, consider a step up in your Christmas gift budget, perhaps to the acquisition of shoes at the Hoegl store in Serdica Mall or take a whirl on the newest (and much-advertised on television) product on the motor market in Bulgaria, a Great Wall car - according to the local website, prices range from just less than 16 000 leva for the compact Voleex C10 to the somewhat more lavish Steed 5, at 24 499 leva plus VAT.
The latest excavations are basically an extension of the earlier ones, and are exposing more and more of Ulpia Serdica, a Roman town -and important crossing point between Europe and Asia for thousands of years - that stretches right beneath the government quarter in downtown Sofia.
The well-preserved building must have belonged to a noble citizen of Serdica," explained archeologist Mario Ivanov from the Bulgarian Academy of Science.
Serdica Mathematical Journal, ISSN: 1310-6600, 30(4), 513-526 (2004).