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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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Hossein-Zadeh, "The eccentric connectivity polynomial of some graph operations," Serdica Journal of Computing, vol.
Atceken: Geometry of warped product semi-invariant submanifolds of a locally Riemannian product manifold, Serdica Math.
"Due to its central positioning and two seals found in the house, we presume it was the home of Leontius, one of the bishops of Ulpia Serdica," said archaeologist Ivanov.
Its second canon received and confirmed the ecclesiastical canons: the canons of all the four preceding ecumenical councils; the canons of all the local councils of the East and of two local councils of the West (Serdica and Carthage); and the canons of the Fathers and of those of the Apostles as received by the Fathers.
Basil begins his letter of 358, which was written in response to the Sirmium 357 Creed, by identifying four creedal authorities that he thinks best express the church's faith: the Creed of Constantinople 336, the Dedication Creed of Antioch 341, Serdica 343, and Sirmium 351.
Contact: Secretariat, 6 Serdica St., First Floor, Sofia 1000 Bulgaria.
Vinzent suggests as a terminus post quem the death of Constantine, and he infers from an examination of the synodal letters and creeds of the 340s, especially those associated with Serdica, that they mark a reaction to CAIV.
Before that he attended the Council of Serdica (343) in the function of comes as a representative of Constantius II;(2) he was proconsul of Achaea (after 351 and before 353) and possibly (also before 353) proconsul of the city of Constantinople.(3) About Strategius' prefecture we are rather well informed thanks to Ammianus Marcellinus and Libanius.
- "Budapest" Street in front of "Arena di Serdica"; - "Paris" str.
Augustynowicz, "Existence and uniqueness of solutions for partial differential-functional equations of the first order with deviating argument of the derivative of unknown function," Serdica. Mathematical Journal.