Heraclius


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Her·a·cli·us

 (hĕr′ə-klī′əs, hĭ-răk′lē-) 575?-641.
Emperor of the Byzantine Empire (610-641) who captured Syria, Palestine, and Egypt from Persia (613-628) but lost them all to an army of Muslim Arabs (635-641).
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Heraclius

(hɛˈræklɪəs)
n
(Biography) ?575–641 ad, Byzantine emperor, who restored the Holy Cross to Jerusalem (629)
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Her•a•cli•us

(ˌhɛr əˈklaɪ əs, hɪˈræk li əs)

n.
A.D. 575?–641, Byzantine emperor 610–641.
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And if truth to life is the main thing the drama should keep in view, how is it possible for any average understanding to be satisfied when the action is supposed to pass in the time of King Pepin or Charlemagne, and the principal personage in it they represent to be the Emperor Heraclius who entered Jerusalem with the cross and won the Holy Sepulchre, like Godfrey of Bouillon, there being years innumerable between the one and the other?
Among specific topics are constructing the past through the present: the Eurasian view of Byzantium in the pages of Seminarium Kondakovianum, doing and telling administration and diplomacy: speech acts in the 13th-century Balkans, the reinvention of the soldier-emperor under Heraclius, the Madara Horseman and triumphal inscriptions in Krum's early medieval Bulgaria about 803-14, and 800 years of the cult of the Archangels at Aphrodisias/Stauropolis: modern and ancient narratives.
If you refuse, then upon you is the sin of the Magians." When Chosroes read this, he tore the letter up, so the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam, said: "May Allah also tear up his kingdom." The Prophet, sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam, also wrote a letter to Heraclius, the ruler of the Byzantine, in which he said: "In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.
"The other attraction is the ancient historical gold coin of the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius, which was one of the currencies used in Mecca during Prophet Mohammed's era."
The inauguration ceremony, broadcast by several TV channels, was held in Batonis-Tsikhe, the residence of King Heraclius II (1720-1798), TASS reported.
In order for EPI surveillance systems to generate specific data on diseases, the programme has been trying to make Heraclius efforts to achieve their objectives for which the Federal EPI cell and the four provincial programmes Sindh, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan are working in close coordination.
In order to generate specific data on diseases, the team at EPI surveillance systems has been trying to make Heraclius efforts to achieve their objectives for which the Federal EPI cell and the four provincial programs Sindh, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Baluchistan are working in close coordination.
As a reaction to the loss of the holy relic of Christianity, the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius I [1] carried out a military expedition to find the relic, "this was not simply another Roman-Persian conflict.
Just as the Qur'an had prophesied, the Romans defeated the Persians in 628 C.E, under Heraclius, and reentered Aelia.
Muslim general Khalid bin Waleed had defeated the Byzantine Empire in the battle of Yarmuk, utterly routing the forces of Emperor Heraclius. In 637 the Patriarch of Jerusalem insisted that he would surrender the city only to the Caliph himself, none other than Omar Farooq.