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President of the European Union

The official title President of the European Union does not exist, but there are a number of presidents of European Union institutions, including: The President of the European Commission since 1 December 2019, Ursula von der Leyen. The President ...

                                               

Erasmus+

Erasmus+ is the European Commissions Programme for education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014–2020, succeeding the previous Lifelong Learning Programme. As an integrated programme, Erasmus+ offers more opportunities for mobility of ...

                                               

European Destinations of Excellence

European Destinations of ExcelleNce, also known by the acronym EDEN, is an initiative launched by the European Commission promoting sustainable tourism development models across Europe. The project is based on national competitions which take pla ...

                                               

European Personal Branding for Employment

European Personal Branding for Employment is project to encourage employment among young students through the acquisition of digital skills using innovative and learner-centred pedagogical approaches and enhancing digital integration in learning, ...

                                               

European Union tax haven blacklist

The European Union tax haven blacklist, officially the EU list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions, is a tool of the European Union that lists tax havens. It is used by the Member States to tackle external risks of tax abuse and unfair tax compe ...

                                               

EuroVision – Museums Exhibiting Europe

                                               

Horizon Europe

Horizon Europe is a planned 7-year European Union scientific research initiative meant to succeed the current Horizon 2020 program. The European Commission drafted and approved a plan for the Horizon Europe to raise EU science spending levels by ...

                                               

Delaware Confederate Monument

The Delaware Confederate Monument is a private monument in Georgetown, Delaware built on the grounds of the Georgetown Historical Society, unveiled in 2007. The granite monument with the Confederate flag and the names of more than 95 Delawareans, ...

                                               

Doncaster, Quebec

Doncaster is a Mohawk Indian Reserve in the Laurentides region of Quebec, Canada. It belongs to the Mohawk First Nation, specifically the people of the reserves at Kanesatake and Kahnewake. The reserve is located approximately 30 kilometres 19 mi ...

                                               

Kanesatake

Kanehsatà:ke is a Mohawk settlement on the shore of the Lake of Two Mountains in southwestern Quebec, Canada, at the confluence of the Ottawa and Saint Lawrence rivers and about 48 kilometres west of Montreal. People who reside in Kanehsatà:ke ar ...

                                               

Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk Abenaki Nation

The Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk-Abenaki Nation, formerly a nonprofit organization, is a state-recognized tribe from Vermont. They are often referred to as the Nulhegan Abenaki Tribe or simply, Nulhegan. Numbering approximately 1.400 enrolled memb ...

                                               

Odanak

Odanak is an Abenaki First Nations reserve in the Centre-du-Quebec region, Quebec, Canada. The mostly First Nations population as of the Canada 2006 Census was 469. The territory is located near the mouth of the Saint-François River at its conflu ...

                                               

Acadia First Nation

The Acadia First Nation is composed of five Mikmaq First Nation reserves located in southwestern Nova Scotia. As of 2015, the Mikmaq population is 223 on-Reserve, and 1.288 off-Reserve. Acadia First Nation was founded in 1967 and covers the south ...

                                               

Burnt Church First Nation

Burnt Church Band or Burnt Church First Nation is a Mikmaq First Nation band government in New Brunswick, Canada, centred south of the community of Lagaceville and southwest of the village of Neguac on Miramichi Bay. It covers two Indian reserves ...

                                               

Elsipogtog First Nation

The Elsipogtog First Nation, formerly called the Big Cove Band, is a Miꞌkmaq First Nations band government in New Brunswick, Canada. The First Nations territory comprises Richibucto Reserve #15, lying 8 kilometres southwest of Rexton, New Brunswi ...

                                               

Glooscap First Nation

Glooscap First Nation is a Canadian Mikmaq aboriginal community located in both Kings County and Hants County, Nova Scotia. Also known as Kluskap, its reserve is located approximately 6.4 kilometres from the Town of Hantsport. Created in 1907 as ...

                                               

Membertou First Nation

The Membertou First Nation is a Mikmaq First Nation band government in the tribal district of Unamaki, also known as Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. As of 2012, the Mikmaq population is 814 on-Reserve, and approximately 481 off-Reserve. It opera ...

                                               

Millbrook First Nation

                                               

Paqꞌtnkek First Nation

Paqtnkek First Nation is a Mikmaq Band in northeastern Nova Scotia. Its populated reserve is Paqtnkek-Niktuek 23. As of December 2019 the total registered population was 598. It is a member of the Confederacy of Mainland Mikmaq. The name Paqtnkek ...

                                               

Sipekneꞌkatik First Nation

The Sipeknekatik First Nation is composed of four Mikmaq First Nation reserves located in central Nova Scotia. As of 2012, the Mikmaq population is 1.195 on-Reserve, and approximately 1.190 off-Reserve. The First Nation includes Indian Brook 14, ...

                                               

Wagmatcook First Nation

Wagmatcook First Nation is a band of Mikmaq people located in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. As of 2017, the registered population was 537 on their on reserve.

                                               

Waycobah First Nation

Waycobah First Nation is composed of two Mikmaq Indian Reserves located in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. As of 2012, the Mikmaq population is 833 on-Reserve, and approximately 82 off-Reserve.

                                               

GroSromstedt burial site

                                               

GroSromstedt culture

                                               

Trasancos

Trasancos or Trasanquos was the name of a historic Galician county in northern Galicia. The Transanqui was a Gallaeci people in Pre-Roman and Roman times, and it is documented as county since the 6th century in the Suebic Kingdom of Galicia until ...

                                               

Regnum Vannianum

                                               

Radegis

                                               

Friars in Spanish Philippines

The Spanish Friars were the crucial elements in the Westernizing of the Philippine Archipelago, and in spreading the Christian faith in that part of the world. Journeying with the first European explorers to these islands in the Far East, they ca ...

                                               

Imperial count palatine

An imperial count palatine was an official in the Holy Roman Empire with quasi-monarchical powers. In all, over 5.000 imperial counts palatine were created between the 14th and 18th centuries. The office was hereditary in perpetuity in the legiti ...

                                               

Vienne Cathedral

Vienne Cathedral is a medieval Roman Catholic church in the city of Vienne, France. Dedicated to Saint Maurice, it was the epicopal see of the primate of the ancient Septem Provinciae and of the Archdiocese of Vienne until its abolition confirmed ...

                                               

Collegiate Church of Saint-Andre, Grenoble

The Collegiate Church of Saint-Andre, Grenoble is a parish church, formerly a collegiate church, dedicated to Saint Andrew, in Grenoble, France.

                                               

Bedford

Bedford is the county town of Bedfordshire, England. At the 2011 Census, the population of the Bedford built-up area was 106.940, while that within its traditional boundary was 87.590. At the same census, the Borough of Bedford had a population o ...

                                               

Lichfield

Lichfield is a cathedral city and civil parish in Staffordshire, England. Lichfield is situated roughly 16 mi north of Birmingham, 9 miles from Walsall and 13 miles from Burton Upon Trent. At the time of the 2011 Census the population was estimat ...

                                               

Minster-in-Thanet

Minster, also known as Minster-in-Thanet, is a village and civil parish in the Thanet District of Kent, England. The village is officially inside Ramsgate and to the north east of Canterbury, it lies just south west of Kent International Airport ...

                                               

Ryhall

Ryhall is a village and civil parish in the county of Rutland in the East Midlands of England. It is situated close to the eastern boundary of the county, about 2 miles north of Stamford. The parish includes the hamlet of Belmesthorpe.

                                               

Langfedgatal

The Langfedgatal is a 12th-century Icelandic genealogy of Scandinavian kings. Anonymous Icelandic Langfedgatal preserved in manuscript, which is part of the collection the Arnamagnæan manuscript AM 415, the body of the medieval Scandinavian works ...

                                               

House of Bonaparte

The House of Bonaparte was an imperial and royal European dynasty of Italian origin. It was founded in 1804 by Napoleon I, the son of Genoese nobleman Carlo Buonaparte. Napoleon was a French military leader who had risen to power during the Frenc ...

                                               

Elizabeth Bethune

Elizabeth Bethune, or Beaton, was one of the mistresses of King James V of Scotland. Their daughter, Lady Jean Stewart, married Archibald Campbell, 5th Earl of Argyll. Elizabeth was the daughter of sir John Beaton of Creich, a nephew of James Bea ...

                                               

Monarchism in Iran

Iran first became a constitutional monarchy in 1906, but underwent a period of autocracy during the years 1925–1941, after which the Iranian National Assembly was restored to power. During the years 1941 to 1953, Iran remained a constitutional mo ...

                                               

Tuarii

Tuarii or Tūarii was the Queen regnant of Raiatea and Tahaa in the Leeward Islands of the Society Islands, part of present-day French Polynesia. She was the last monarch of the kingdom of Raiatea-Tahaa from 1887/1888 to 1897. She and the minor ch ...

                                               

Regnal list

A regnal list or king list is, at its simplest, a list of successive monarchs. Some regnal lists may give the relationship between successive monarchs, the length of reign of each monarch or annotations on important reigns. The list may be divide ...

                                               

Asia of Diauehi

                                               

Utupurshi of Diauehi

                                               

Ikun-Mari

Ikun-Mari was a king of the second Mariote kingdom. His name was recorded on a stone jar mentioning his wife "Alma". The scripts style on the jar suggest a date later than the reign of the Mariote king Ikun-Shamash but earlier than the reign of k ...

                                               

Ashwis(i)

                                               

Kurti (king)

                                               

Tou (biblical figure)

King Tou or Toi is the name of a king of Hamath, a city located in Syria. He is only mentioned in 2 Samuel 8:9-10 and 1 Chronicles 18:9-10. According to Professor Gershon Galil, "the leading magazines recently wrote about the discovery of eight s ...

                                               

Usḫitti

                                               

Abdallah ibn Ahmad

Abdallah ibn Ahmad was the amir of Sistan from 922 to 923. Abdallah became Amir on the night of October 8, 922, when he led an uprising in Zarang against Ahmad Ibn Qudam. Most people Zarang supported Abdullah, forcing Ahmad to flee the city, he m ...

                                               

Ahmad ibn Qudam

Ahmad ibn Qudam was the amir of Sistan from c. 919 until 923. Ahmad came to power in Sistan after the assassination of Kathir Ibn Ahmad in 919. In order to maintain friendly relations with the neighboring Abbasid Caliphate, the new ruler offered ...