The specimens from the subfamily Edessinae were: Edessa
meditabunda (F.), E.
Right after Prime Minister Zaev, a citizen, who has been redirected from one institution to another for ten years in roder to be issued documents in which the names of Lerin (Florin) and Voden (Edessa
) would be written with the Greek toponyms in order to be recognized by the Greek administration, felt the benefits of this project, too.
, Christos has been involved in music since he was young.
627-1229), Syriac polymath scholar and bishop Jacob of Edessa
, Mu'ammar al-Qadhaghafi's (1942-2011) jamahiriyya political system in Libya, and the old Muslim community in the Indian city of Kozhikode.
(Solanaceae): a potential host-plant of stink bugs Edessa
He is also shown holding an image of Jesus Christ, known as Image of Edessa
. King Abagar of Edessa
, who had leprosy, was healed when he pressed his face on the cloth with Jesus' image, which the Lord gave to Jude.
Eighteen of the bowl texts in this Corpus are in Estrangela and thirty-one are in "Manichaean." It appears to be generally accepted that the Estrangela script originated in the region of Edessa
, whence it moved eastwards with Christianity.
FIRST REPORT OF EDIBLE BUGS EDESSA
BIFIDA AND EDESSA
CHAMPIONI (HEMIPTERA: PENTATOMIDAE) AND THEIR IMPORTANCE IN THE ENTOMOPHAGY CULTURE IN THE RURAL COMMUNITY "EL ZOMPANTLE", TAXCO DE ALARCON, GUERRERO, MEXICO
Graduates of the Master of Landscape Architecture of Neapolis University, Pavlos Zanos and George Charalambous, presented papers, which were part of their Master thesis at the 18th Panhellenic Forestry Conference in Edessa
Historian Ralph Ellis, author of Jesus, King of Edessa
, believes there is no problem in embellishing a story to reflect what might have happened, especially when it reflects common and documented practises at the time.
The ever-changing principalities of Antioch, Tripoli, Damascus, Aleppo and Edessa
(to name only the major ones) dominated the rough politics of the region for many centuries after the first flush of the Muslim first invasion faded and left the cities and their rulers able to seek their independence.