archepiscopal


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Adj.1.archepiscopal - of or associated with an archbishop; "an archiepiscopal see"
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Nikoforos ran against Archbishop Chrysostomos II -- then the Bishop of Paphos -- and Bishop Athanasios of Limassol in the archepiscopal elections of 2006.
[3] no week passes in which many of us, few though we are, are not allocated to imposed labours: thirty men for building the church of St Dominic, twenty for the farms of the Spaniards, ten for the archepiscopal palace of the most sacred Virgin, and five again for a temple of the Virgin Mary (which is commonly called "Guadalupe").
Though dating the 1794 Kosciuszko insurrection to 1795 may be a typographical slip, Porter-Szucs is lost regarding the episcopal and archepiscopal sees of Krakow and Warsaw (210).
Thank you for reporting this powerful response, with the Roman Catholic Archepiscopal Corporation of Winnipeg, to the withdrawal of government funding for church-sponsored refugees.
He abuses the truth by completely ignoring the early medieval kingships and the archepiscopal control over Cologne, presenting the entire first millennium of the city's history as the Golden Age of patrician reign (which is only true for the city for one century, 1288-1396), in order to express his deep suspicion towards the people and support for the idealised elite.
(12.) Lars Paul Esbjorn, Report on the Development and Current State of the Swedish Lutheran Congregations in North America, Presented at the Clergy Meeting of the Upsala Archepiscopal See, 14 June 1865, trans.
See Homer Eaton Keyes, "The Princeton Madonna and Some Related Paintings, American Journal of Archaeology, 17 (1913): 210-222; Other panels of this type come from Tuscany or Umbria: Madonna della Passione, #3886 in the Uffizi Gallery (Florence) which can be traced back to San Girolamo, Fiesole; the Madonna della Passione, Archepiscopal Museum, Assisi.