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Definitions

  1. Marinus is the setting of the First Doctor serial The Keys of Marinus. (Web site)
  2. Marinus was canonised and later, the State of San Marino grew up from the centre created by the monastery. (Web site)
  3. Marinus is succeeded by a cleric who will reign until next year as Adrian III.
  4. Bufo marinus is a tropical species that prefers forested areas with semi-permanent water nearby (Cogger 1983).

Old World

  1. At the top, on either side of a terrestrial globe, centred on the Old World, stand Ptolemy and Marinus, considered to have been his predecessor. (Web site)

Son

  1. Philip was the son of a Julius Marinus, a local Roman citizen, possibly of some importance. (Web site)

Existence

  1. San Marino claims to be the world's oldest republic still in existence, being founded in A.D. 301 by a skilled builder referred to as St. Marinus. (Web site)

Popes

  1. Stephen, the son of Marinus, was of the same noble Roman family which gave two other popes to the Church. (Web site)
  2. Martin adopted the title Martin IV because it was believed then that the two popes named Marinus were named Martin.

Tyre

  1. Ptolemy used data from most of his predecessors, particularly Marinus of Tyre. (Web site)

Alexandria

  1. Saint Marina the Monk (sometimes known as Pelagia, Mary of Alexandria, Marinus, Marinos, Marina the Syrian) (6th century?) is venerated as a saint.

Ptolemy

  1. Ptolemy tells us that the Geography is based, for its factual content, on a similar recent work by Marinus of Tyre. (Web site)
  2. Cape St Vincent, regarded by Marinus and Ptolemy, as by previous geographers, as the westernmost point of Europe). (Web site)

Marinus

  1. Marinus of Tyre, precursor of Ptolemy, is a shadowy figure whose works have perished. (Web site)
  2. Ptolemy's system of geography is founded upon the works of Marinus of Tyre; many errors stem from his underestimation of the earth's circumference. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Culture > Arts > Music > Ptolemy
  2. Tyre
  3. Alexandria
  4. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Information > Science > Geography
  5. Precursor
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