Massinissa


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Massinissa

(ˌmæsɪˈnɪsə)
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(Biography) a variant spelling of Masinissa
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The lifetime and appreciation awards were given to Atanur Dogan, from Canada, Ze Ze from Hong Kong, Anna Massinissa from Italy, Linda Doll, John Salminen, Kathleen Conover, Thomas W Schaller, Stella Canfield from U.
Chose qu'assure A@galement le gA@rant de l'agence de voyage Cherchell Tours, Massinissa Hamdis.
Tanguy Coulibaly chipped a diagonal ball fromthe left into the path of Massinissa Oufella, advancing towards thepenalty area, and the Paris captain smashed a rising drive against thecrossbar.
40 Justin Huggler, Massinissa Benlakehal, and Josephine McKenna, "Everything we know about Anis Amri, the suspected Berlin Christmas market attacker," Telegraph, December 23, 2016.
Created in the 4th century BC, the city was invaded by the Romans in the year 203 BC to become in the year 156 BC capital of the Numidians during the reign of Massinissa, main ally of Rome.
Il s'agit des permis Zarat, Elyssa, Salambo, Massinissa, Jugurtha, Zarat-Ouest ( golfe de Gabes) outre ceux de Didon , Sammama, et les permis Jelma et Makthar.
First, 'The Ladies lay the Princes in a faire bed, and close the curtaines whilst Massinissa Enters'.
Dar, Ceal Floyer, Gimhongsok, Maryam Jafri, Ann Veronica Janssens, Sosa Joseph, Hassan Khan, Cristina Lucas, Amanullah Mojadidi, Philippe Parreno, Krishna Reddy, Pamela Rosenkranz, and Massinissa Selmani, curated by Diana Campbell Bettancourt
Historically Algeria was first known as the kingdom of numidia whose most famous kings were syphax massinissa and Jugurta who rules the kingdom during the ii and iii the century BJc.
Peut-on imaginer un seul instant la destinee d'Hannibal, de Jules Cesar, de Gengis Khan, d'Attila, de Massinissa, de Tarik Ibn Ziyad, de Napoleon, de tous les grands conquerants qui ont jalonne l'Histoire universelle, sans leurs chevaux ?
Massinissa foi um grande aliado romano, responsavel direto pela derrota e destruicao de Cartago na batalha de Zama, em 202 a.
He could seem to take pride in the fact that Madauros had once been ruled by African kings, Massinissa as well as Syphax, men whose names conjured up a romantic picture of a remote past when African power had been an equal match for that of Rome.