edessa

edessa

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March 29, 2006

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  • wildwinds.com   Mesopotamia, Edessa - Ancient Greek Coins - WildWinds.com

    Image: BMC 2: Edessa, Mesopotamia. Wael, Sohn des Sahru, 163-165 AD. AE22. 9,01 g. "Wael Malika" in local script, draped bust of Wael left, within wreath / "Eloul The ...

    http://wildwinds.com/coins/greece/mesopotamia/edessa/i.html

  • www.tripadvisor.com   Edessa - Thessaloniki Forum - TripAdvisor

    Jul 22, 2012 · From Thessaloniki to Edessa by train or by bus? Where are the stations of the start and end of the trip? Can the fall in Edessa reached on foot or we must ...

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  • www.merriam-webster.com   Edessa | Definition of Edessa by Merriam-Webster

    Definition of EDESSA — see şanlıurfa. ADVERTISEMENT. Learn More About EDESSA. Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about "Edessa"

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  • simple.wikipedia.org   Edessa - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Edessa, former Vodena, is a Greek town in the north of Greece. It is in central Macedonia. According to the 2001 census, 19.066 people lived there.

    https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edessa

  • www.facebook.com   Édessa, Greece - Places | Facebook

    Édessa, Greece. 7,538 likes · 812 talking about this · 37,038 were here. Edessa , known as "city of waters", is a city in northern Greece and the capital...

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  • greatshroudofturinfaq.com   What is the Legend of Abgar?

    What is the Legend of Abgar? According to an ancient legend, the legend of Abgar, a cloth with an image of Jesus was brought to King Abgar V Ouchama of Edessa who ...

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  • www.brill.com   The Image of Edessa | Brill

    All those interested in the history of Byzantium and its fascination with relics and icons, especially those interested in the Image of Edessa (also known as the ...

    http://www.brill.com/image-edessa

  • www.facebook.com   Edessa - Places | Facebook

    Edessa. 60 likes · 2 talking about this · 26 were here. Edessa is the historical name of an ancient town in upper Mesopotamia, refounded on an ancient...

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  • www.maplandia.com   Edessa Map | Greece Google Satellite Maps

    Edessa google map. Satellite image of Edessa, Greece and near destinations. Travel deals.

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  • www.britannica.com   county of Edessa | crusader state, Asia | Britannica.com

    Meanwhile, castles had been built in Galilee, the frontier pushed southward, and Crusader states formed in the north. The county of Edessa, an ill-defined domain ...

    http://www.britannica.com/place/county-of-Edessa

  • en.wikipedia.org   Edessa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Edessa was an ancient city in upper Mesopotamia, refounded on an earlier site by Seleucus I Nicator, and is now Şanlıurfa, Turkey. Contents 1 Names 2 History 3 Role ...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edessa,_Mesopotamia

  • en.wikipedia.org   Edessa, Greece - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Edessa, known as "city of waters", is a city in northern Greece and the capital of the Pella regional unit, in the Central Macedonia region of Greece. It was also the ...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edessa,_Greece

  • www.livius.org   Edessa (Şanlı Urfa) - Livius

    The origins of Edessa are not entirely clear, but its original name, Urhai, may suggest connections with the Hurrians, a nation (or linguistic community) in eastern ...

    http://www.livius.org/articles/place/edessa-anl-urfa/

  • greatshroudofturinfaq.com   Edessa - Definative Shroud of Turin FAQ

    Edessa. The ancient city of Edessa was a city-state situated between the Tigris and the Euphrates rivers in the upper Mesopotamian Fertile Crescent.

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  • www.newadvent.org   CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Edessa - New Advent

    Edessa. Help support New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download or CD-ROM. Includes the Catholic Encyclopedia, Church Fathers, …

    http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/05282a.htm

  • www.britannica.com   Edessa | Greece | Britannica.com

    Edessa, Modern Greek Édhessa , Edessa Podporučik chief city, nomós (department) of Pélla, Macedonia, Greece, on a steep bluff above the valley of the Loudhiás ...

    http://www.britannica.com/place/Edessa-Greece

  • www.edessa.info   Edessa

    The name under which Edessa figures in cuneiform inscriptions is unknown; the native name was Osroe, after some local satrap, this being the Armenian form for ...

    http://www.edessa.info/index.htm

  • www.tertullian.org   The Chronicle of Edessa. The Journal of Sacred Literature ...

    The Chronicle of Edessa. The Journal of Sacred Literature, New Series [=Series 4], vol. 5 (1864) pp. 28-45

    http://www.tertullian.org/fathers/chronicle_of_edessa.htm

  • ancientneareast.tripod.com   Ancient Edessa (Urhay) [Modern Urfa] in Turkey

    Table of Contents = Civilizations - Cultures - Areas - Regions - Prehistory Other Archaeological Sites / The Neolithic of the Levant (500 Page Book Online)

    http://ancientneareast.tripod.com/Edessa_Urfa.html

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