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, ancient Cirta, city (1998 pop. 462,187), capital of Constantine dept., NE Algeria, on the gorge of the Rhumel River. A major inland city, it is the railhead of a prosperous and diverse agricultural area.
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Mouza Al Nasri, Acting Chief Executive Officer, KFED, said: "We are proud of the successive achievements of the KFED-supported projects and the historic accomplishment of Cirta Group and its subsidiary, ABC.
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He started preparing for his post by calling upon friends and relatives from Cirta and Alexandria to serve as Greek correspondence clerks, and Julius Senex from Mauretania, 'to suppress brigandry', but also friends from Cilicia ('whom I had patronised').
Paralelamente, este interesse romano nas questoes politicas locais estava relacionado aos interesses economicos dos homens de negocio italianos, os negotiatores, atuando nas cidades fenicio/cartaginesas e berberes, incluindo nas chamadas "capitais" dos reinos, como em Cirta, a mais importante delas.
Legal wranglings after co-producer Cirta Film was pushed out may hamper distribution prospects, but fest screens are keeping interest warm.
Julius Felix from Cirta, the equestrian Julius Rusticianus from Calama, and C.
Everyone talks about it, and the speech of our man from Cirta bears witness to it.
(14) The same sermon contains what might well be an implied attack on a saying of Petilian, Donatist bishop of Cirta, that while the clergy pray for the laity, they are the mediators of holiness to the people and have no need to ask the congregation to pray for them (M 62.54; c.
c.AD 100, Cirta, Numidia [now Constantine, Alg.]--d.