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Hims

(hɪmz)
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(Placename) a former name of Homs
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1, 5-6), fue conocido con el nombre de Heliogabalos por su anterior condicion de sacerdote del dios Elagabal en Emesa (Syria).
50) The second, 'Heliodorus the Hellene,' (John Morgan) contends that despite the author's ethnic identity, a Syrian from Emesa, and the setting of his novel that situates the scene of its heroine's homecoming in Ethiopia, the work is nevertheless a reliable product of a Hellenic education and worldview, as will be discussed further below.
94) Therefore, Nemesius of Emesa argued, a continuity runs through the whole, linking everything from the inanimate mineral to the rational human.
Un interes antropologico que no nace de la casualidad y que conoce en la recuperacion del estudio de Nemesio de Emesa (s.
When Emesa reached 1 million newsletter subscribers, the company wanted to offer a special event to its subscribers, and booked a resort consisting of bungalows where it could host a party.
Figures such as Symeon of Emesa scandalized onlookers by associating with prostitutes and other marginalized members of society, dressed in rags (if at all), and committed acts that would appear obscene or even blasphemous to the uninitiated.
Romano, segun las fuentes de las que disponemos, parece haber nacido en Emesa (Siria), en torno al ano 490.
Si el rey de Emesa fue considerado como un prisionero de guerra--y por lo tanto, exhibido en el desfile triunfal antes de su ejecucion--, los segundos habrian sido objeto de procesos penales complejos, y, en algun caso, se beneficiaron de la conmutacion de penas (96).
In Emesa (today Homs, Syria), they arranged the elevation of Maesa's grandson, a fourteen-year-old named Varius Avitus Bassianus, reportedly Caracalla's illegitimate son.
The company has a dedicated focus on enterprise customers, including NOS, Achmea, Abril, Al Jazeera, Bijenkorf, EMESA, Rabobank, OTTO Workforce, Reed Elsevier.
1 February 2013 a[euro]" The private equity fund of Bermuda-based Oakley Capital Investments Ltd (LON:OCL) has completed the divestment of Dutch online consumer auction business Emesa Group Holdings BV to a fund managed by Cyrte Investments BV, Oakley Capital announced today.
Del obispo chipriota Leoncio de Neapolis, figura escasamente conocida del siglo VII, conservamos tres obras hagiograficas: una Vida de Simeon Emesa y otras dos consagradas a sus compatriotas Espiridon y Juan.