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Manasses

(mənă`səs), variant of ManassehManasseh
[Heb.,=making to forget], in the Bible. 1 First son of Joseph by his Egyptian wife, Asenath, and eponymous ancestor of one of the 12 tribes of Israel. Manasseh received land on both sides of the Jordan River.
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Nay,'' said Isaac, releasing his hold, ``it grieveth me as much to see the drops of his blood, as if they were so many golden byzants from mine own purse; and I well know, that the lessons of Miriam, daughter of the Rabbi Manasses of Byzantium whose soul is in Paradise, have made thee skilful in the art of healing, and that thou knowest the craft of herbs, and the force of elixirs.
Bishop Henry Okullu of Maseno South Diocese was tipped to clinch the seat but when the dust settled it was the largely unknown Manasses Kuria who carried the day, amid claims of tribalism playing a role.
Written around the same time, Aristandros and Kallithea by Constantine Manasses has not survived complete, only as a collection of excerpts made by medieval anthologists.
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Parmi d'autres noms notables, ses contemporains ou quasi-contemporains, en excluant toutefois les historiens telle l'illustre Anne Comnene, on peut citer Theodore Prodrome (50), Constantin Manasses (51), Michel Glykas et parmi les ecclesiastiques, Michel Italikos et Nicephore Basilakes (52).
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Four Byzantine Novels: Theodore Prodromos, 'Rhodanthe and Dosikles'; Eumathios Makrembolites, 'Hysmine and Hysminias'; Constantine Manasses, 'Aristandros and Kallithea'; Niketas Eugenianos, 'Drosilla and Charikles' (Translated Texts for Byzantinists, 1), Liverpool, Liverpool University Press, 2012; hardback; pp.
Ha bem pouco tempo ainda, em 1578, acontecera isso mesmo com a tragicomedia Manasses, de Luis da Cruz, que viu cancelada a sua encenacao devido ao desastre de Alcacer-Quibir, onde desapareceu, com apenas vinte e quatro anos, o rei de Portugal, D.
Fernando Pinheiro, Vitor Rocha; sound, Emerson Rigoni, Manasses Marciano.
Survivors include three sons, Greg of Cottage Grove, Curt of Manasses, Va.
Names as Abraham, Ananias, Benedict, David, Elias, Iaret, Ierosolima, Iona, Isa, Israel, Iudeus, Jacob, Jesse, Manasses, Moses, Philistine, Samaritan, Zacchaeus and so many others are met in an astonishing way in our sources.
He also underscores Gregory's hesitation or uncertainty, noting the cases of Berengar and Manasses of Rheims, and the still unfathomable wavering between Henry IV and Rudolf from 1077 to 1080.