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Serdica

 

the name for what is now the city of Sofia, Bulgaria, used until 809, when Serdica was incorporated into the First Bulgarian Kingdom under the name Sredets.

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Uddin: Warped product CR-submanifolds in Lorentzian para Sasakian manifolds, Serdica Math.
Hilary then reproduces the texts of three eastern creeds: the "Dedication Creed" of Antioch 341, the eastern Creed of Serdica 343, and the anti-Photinian Creed of Sirmium 351.
At the briefing by Rashidov and Fandukova, journalists were told that the building may have been the Episcopal basilica of Serdica.
Im Falle der nicht als Ganzes erhaltenen Akten und Protokolle der Synoden von Nizaa (325) und Serdica (342/43) lasst sich der Verlauf ihrer Verhandlungen dennoch aus Teiluberlieferungen rekonstruieren.
Fue Galerio quien en 311 decreto en Serdica el fin de la persecucion de Diocleciano.
POPOV, on the connection between rational and spline approximation, Serdica Rendos Acad.
The original edition was divided into two parts: first, "Historical and Textual Studies," considering the historical setting of the Council of Serdica and the textual problems concerning the three extant versions of the western canons associated with the council; and, second, "Studies in Interpretation," dealing with the issues addressed by the canons, in particular the appointment of bishops, the translation of clergy, episcopal visits to the imperial court, and the provision for appeal.
Unfortunately, the combination of arrogant legates and reliance on the canons of the Council of Serdica, which Rome believed mistakenly to be Nicene, resulted in the Papacy's discomfiture.
Eutherius was believed, and Marcellus returned to his native town of Serdica (Amm.
They recently discovered an ancient Roman tomb a part of the eastern side of the necropolis of the Roman city of Serdica, which lies under Bulgariaas capital a which could soon be buried under the luxury new hotel.
The object of the contract includes the execution of works in three (3) lots Lot 1 with subject: Exhibiting and socialization of the Triangular Tower of Serdica.