Epiphania


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Epiphania:

see HamaHama
or Hamah
, city (1995 est. pop. 280,000), capital of Hama governorate, W central Syria, on the Orontes River. It is the market center for an irrigated farm region where cotton, wheat, barley, millet, and corn are grown.
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, Syria.
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Epiphania is discharging 68,670 metric tons of Soybeans at Berth No.
Long before Christmas came to be established as the celebration of the birth of Jesus, Epiphany was already being celebrated in early Christianity as the high feast commemorating the appearance or manifestation (epiphania in Greek) of the Savior in the world.
De Leon said their baby, who weighed four pounds and eight ounces, was named Sabrina Leaouis but their relatives and friends suggested names like "Karla, Carmina, Via and Epiphania" because of the incident.
The massive triptych RA Epiphania, 2016, dominated the scene.
(26) The moment of consecration, however, remained for Catholics the very essence of their faith, one in which Eucharistia becomes epiphania, or the appearance of God who comes to dispense his graces among men.
Theodorakis, who among other things wrote the music for Seferis' poem 'Epiphania', won international recognition for the music score of Zorba the Greek, directed by Michalis Cacoyiannis.
Finally come Erasmus' commentaries on the last two hymns of Prudentius' Liber Cathemerinon, entitled De natali pueri Iesu and De epiphania Iesu nati (299-354).
SAN LEON, Homilia 7, In Epiphania Domini: CCL, 138, 200.
Ao analisar a prestacao de contas do tesoureiro da confraria Luiz de Franca Marques do ano de 1886, percebemos que pelos menos ate essa data a festa de Nossa Senhora do Rosario era celebrada junto com a Epiphania ou adoracao dos Reis Magos.