Emesa


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Emesa:

see HomsHoms
or Hims
, city (1995 est. pop. 455,000), capital of Homs governorate, W central Syria, on the Orontes River. A commercial center located in a fertile plain where wheat, grapes, fruit, and vegetables are grown, Homs has historically produced such manufactures
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, Syria.
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It becomes clear as well that Ethiopia, whose sovereigns trace their descent to the Sun, is a displaced version of Syrian Emesa, center of the sun cult and home of Heliodorus, who declares himself at the end as also a descendant of the Sun (10.31.3).
When Emesa reached 1 million newsletter subscribers, the company wanted to offer a special event to its subscribers, and booked a resort consisting of bungalows where it could host a party.
(18) Such would be Semyon of Emesa's walking through a city with a dead dog tied to his waist or, less grotesque, the thirteenth-century Russian St.
In Emesa (today Homs, Syria), they arranged the elevation of Maesa's grandson, a fourteen-year-old named Varius Avitus Bassianus, reportedly Caracalla's illegitimate son.
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1 February 2013 a[euro]" The private equity fund of Bermuda-based Oakley Capital Investments Ltd (LON:OCL) has completed the divestment of Dutch online consumer auction business Emesa Group Holdings BV to a fund managed by Cyrte Investments BV, Oakley Capital announced today.
1 February 2013 - The private equity fund of Bermuda-based Oakley Capital Investments Ltd (LON:OCL) has completed the divestment of Dutch online consumer auction business Emesa Group Holdings BV to a fund managed by Cyrte Investments BV, Oakley Capital announced today.
Eusebius of Emesa: Church and Theology in the Mid-Fourth Century.
One case, without question, shows centuriation: near the city of Homs, or ancient Emesa, from which Septimius Severus' wife hailed.