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This branch of the sect, which came to be known as the Qarmatians, established
itself in Iraq, Yemen, and especially Bahrain, in the 9thllth centuries. In Tunis, '
Ubayd Allah established himself as the first Fatimid caliph in 909, claiming ...
Nothing is known of the lives of Jean d'Arras or the other authors. Ther are
numerous 15th- and 16th-century itions of their work, including one in English,
The Gospelles of Dystaves, printed by Wynkyn de Worde. Jean de France, duc
de Berry: ...
13, 1899, Russia), petrographer and geochemist known for his investigations of
the physiochemical aspects of mineralization processes. He was a faculty
member at the Leningrad Mining Institute from 1929 until 1940 and also served
as a ...
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