Melchisedec


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Melchisedec,

variant of MelchizedekMelchizedek
or Melchisedec
[Heb.,=king of righteousness], in the Bible, king of Salem and "priest of the most high God." He blessed Abraham after the defeat of Chedorlaomer, and Abraham gave him tithes from the enemy's spoils.
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He gave it to Melchisedec in Calitri, Italy on the occasion of his fitth birthday in 1897.
Melchisedec Thevenot's map of Australia appeared in his book of travels, which went through many editions as it was published in parts and at different times.
Hollandia Nova Terre Australe in Relations de divers voyages curieux / Melchisedec Thevenot.
The position of the Romanian Orthodox Church towards the establishment of the Roman-Catholic Archbishopric was expressed within the spring session of the Holy Synod from the year 1883, in the paper of the bishop Melchisedec, Papacy and the present state of the Orthodox Church in the Romanian Kingdom.
Not only is Melchisedec without mother or father, he also has "neither beginning of days, nor end of life.
Dans << Centre et peripherie dans le discours de Melchisedec Stefanescu (1823-1892) >>, Alexandru Jinga analyse la construction de l'identite roumaine au milieu du XIXe siecle, une periode de << reorientation culturelle >> durant laquelle les influences se sont deplacees, de Constantinople a Paris.
CONGO: Cannibalism is not part of Congo's culture, but reports that rebels have eaten their victims or forced others to eat family members shows the depths of depravity the four-year civil war is reaching, said Bishop Melchisedec Sikuli Paluku of Butembo-Beni, Congo.
Vadja (1943-1945), Melchisedec dans la mythologie ismaelienne in Journal Asiatique, pp.
1) Melchisedec Stefanescu, Tratat despre cinstirea si inchinarea icoanelor in Biserica Ortodoxa si despre icoanele facatoare de minuni din Romania (Galati: Partener, 2010), 10; Ioanichie Balan, Sfintele Icoane Facatoare de Minuni din Romania (Roman: Editura Episcopiei Romanului, 1999), 17-22, 145-147, 156.