Europos


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Europos

or

Europus,

ancient city, Syria: see DuraDura
or Europus
, ancient city of Syria, E of Palmyra on a plateau above the Euphrates River. It is also called Dura-Europos or Dura-Europus. Founded (c.300 B.C.) by a general of Seleucus I, it prospered. In the 2d cent. A.D. the Parthians took Dura, and in A.D.
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iausias Europos Sajungoje (ES) energetikos sektorius.
Among the damaged Jewish sites are the shrines of the prophets Daniel and Jonah, the Eliyahu Hanavi (prophet Elijah) shrine and synagogue in Damascus, the tomb of Yehezkel (Ezekiel) the prophet, and the Dura Europos synagogue, one of the oldest known synagogues.
Plenariniame konferencijos posedyje Europos parlamento Aplinkos, visuomenes sveikatos ir maisto saugos (ENVI) komiteto tikroji nare Radvile Morkunaite-Mikuleniene perskaite aktualu pranesima apie tausesni istekliu naudojima ir ekoinovacijas,
Vakaru Europos salys sparciu suburbanizacijos keliu pasuko po Antrojo pasaulinio karo, augant gyventoju skaiciui.
Europos Sajungos strateginiuose dokumentuose verslumo skatinimas siuo metu pripazistamas kaip viena is svarbiausiu uzduociu.
Among the topics are Carian names and Crete, Lykophron's Alexandra and the Cypriote name Praxandros, a catalogue of officials of an association in a newly discovered inscription from Ptolemais in Cyrenaica, progress and problems revising Athenian Propertied Families, the onomastic evidence for Sparta's friends at Ephesos, onomastics and the administration of Italia, Greek personal names in Latin Dalmatia, new lead plaques with Greek inscriptions from East Crimea, an onomastic survey of the indigenous population of northwestern Asia Minor, an unnoticed Macedonian name from Dura Europos, and the personal name Kalandion as evidence for the diffusion of the Roman calendar in the Greco-Roman east.
Europos Sarmatija--sarmatu apgyventa teritorija nuo Sarmatu okeano (Sarmaticus okeanus) (dabar Baltijos jura) iki Pontus (Uknus) juros (dabar Juodoji jura).