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  1. Agnes of Courtenay (6051 bytes)
    5: ...lors believed he could make a more advantageous diplomatic marriage. Despite the annulment, their two...
    11: ...e kingdom when [[Humphrey II of Toron]] died in [[1179]]; there were rumours that she was having an affa...
    15: ...ernment. Agnes advanced the compromise that would place her grandson Baldwin V above Sibylla in the or...
  2. Sibylla of Jerusalem (11497 bytes)
    1: ...f Jerusalem|Queen Melisende]] had provided an example of successful rule by a queen regnant earlier in...
    11: ...e in which Baldwin was captured and imprisoned in 1179 by [[Saladin]]. According to Ernoul, Sibylla wrot...
    13: All these plans were wrecked however, when on [[Easter]], [[11...
    17: ...Baldwin of Ibelin was himself still in Constantinople. With pressure mounting to have to have the [[He...
    21: ...ernment. Agnes advanced the compromise that would place Baldwin V above Sibylla in the order of succes...
  3. Hildegard of Bingen (14070 bytes)
    3: ...sh; [[September 17]], [[1179]]) was a [[German people|German]] [[abbess]], [[Monasticism|monastic]] le...
    22: ...the ''Ordo Virtutum'' ("Order of the Virtues" or "Play of the Virtues"), a type of early [[oratorio]] ...
    24: ...od's creation, man as a mirror through which the splendor of the macrocosm was reflected. Hildegard al...
    26: ...o the body. That is why in giving descriptions of plants, trees, birds, animals, stones, Hildegard is ...
    28: ...en over the course of her life until her death in 1179, she first describes each vision, then interprets...
  4. Kazakhstan (26806 bytes)
    1: ...urope]]. It has borders with [[Russia]], the [[People's Republic of China]], and the [[Central Asia|Ce...
    9: |+<big>'''&#1178;&#1072;&#1079;&#1072;&#1179;&#1089;&#1090;&#1072;&#1085; &#1056;&#1077;&#1089...
    76: ...ailway]] from [[Orenburg]] to [[Tashkent]] was completed in 1906, and the movement was overseen and en...
    84: ... mass demonstrations by young ethnic Kazakhs took place in [[Almaty]] to protest the methods of the [[...
    91: ... standards. The prime minister, who serves at the pleasure of the president, chairs the Cabinet of Min...
  5. Portugal (61755 bytes)
    15: ...s]], forming the [[Celt-Iberian]]s. Early Greek explorers named the region "[[Ophiussa]]" (Greek for "...
    21: ...radle of Portugal." The Battle of S㯠Mamede took place nearby in 1128. (courtesy IPPAR)]]
    25: An [[Islam]]ic invasion took place in [[711]]. Many of the ousted nobles took ref...
    29: ...as formally recognized. Afonso, aided by the [[Templar Knights]], continued to conquer southern lands ...
    31: ...torious John was then acclaimed as king by the people.
  6. List of popes (77758 bytes)
    17: ! width="12%" | Place of Birth
    25: | <small>Disciple of [[Jesus]] from whom, according to {{biblevers...
    171: ! width="12%" | Place of Birth
    357: | '''[[Pope Simplicius]]'''<br><small>Saint Simplicius</small>
    358: | Papa '''Simplicius''', <small>Episcopus Romanus</small>
  7. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    391: *[[Frederick Copleston]], (1907-1994)
    756: *[[Hildegard of Bingen]], (1098-1179){{fn|R}}
    896: *[[David Kaplan (philosopher)|David Kaplan]], (born 1933){{fn|O}}
    897: *[[Mordecai Kaplan]], (1881-1983){{fn|R}}
    907: *[[Johannes Kepler]], (1571-1630){{fn|C}}{{fn|R}}
  8. Neptunium (9972 bytes)
    5: ...er">[[uranium]] &ndash; '''neptunium''' &ndash; [[plutonium]]</td>
    46: ... </td><td>910 [[Kelvin|K]] (1179?[[Fahrenheit|F]])</td></tr>
    82: <sup>236</sup>[[Plutonium|Pu]]<br><sup>232</sup>Pa</td></tr>
    92: ...237 is a by-product of [[nuclear reactor]]s and [[plutonium]] production and it can be used as a compo...
    101: *Np<sup>+3</sup> (pale purple), analogous to the rare earth ion Pm<sup>+3</sup...
  9. Gabby Hartnett (4450 bytes)
    1: ...[catcher]] and [[manager (baseball)|manager]] who played nearly his entire career with the [[Chicago C...
    3: ...cable sore arm limited him to one game behind the plate and 24 games as a pinch-hitter as the Cubs won...
    7: ...Game|All-Star]] for the first six games that were played (1933-38), Hartnett was catching when pitcher...
    9: ...e middle of the [[1938 in sports|1938]] season, replacing [[Charlie Grimm]].
    11: ...omer in the Gloamin'". The Cubs were now in first place, culminating a tremendous 19-3-1 September run...
  10. List of autonomous entities (9309 bytes)
    81: ...&nbsp;&ndash; Ba?qortostan/&#1041;&#1072;&#1096;&#1179;&#1086;&#1088;&#1090;&#1086;&#1089;&#1090;&#1072;...

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