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Santi Giovanni E Paolo, Rome - Excavation
... buildings dated between the 1st and the 4th century AD ... In one room, which was a nymphaeum courtyard, an elegant 3rd century AD fresco depicting Proserpine and other divinities among cherubs in a boat (3x5 meters) can be found, as can ... Between the 3rd and the 4th century AD some modifications were made to the rooms, and a sort of oratory was made, with Christian-themed frescoes, while in ...
Christianity In The Middle East - Churches - Assyrian-Chaldo-Assyrian Groups
... Persian Church and sometimes East Syriac Church) 1st century AD – Mainly found among the ethnic Assyrians of Iraq, Iran, south east Turkey and north east Syria ... Chaldean Catholic Church since the 16th century AD- ethnically the same as Assyrians, made up of Assyrian converts to Catholicism ... Iran, south east Turkey and north east Syria Ancient Church of the East since the 20th century AD – An offshoot of the Assyrian Church of the East ...
Machelones
... The 1st century AD writer Lucian also comments about the Machlyai and their ruler, but the account seems to be entirely fictional ... Ptolemy, in the early 2nd century AD, mentions the town of Mechlessos on the border of Colchis, but adds nothing substantive ... Writing in the early 3rd century about an event a hundred years earlier (AD 117), Dio Cassius (68.19) relates that the Machelonoi and the neighboring Heniochoi were ruled by a single "king", Anchialos ...
Socotra Archipelago - History
... Dioscurides") in the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea, a 1st-century AD Greek navigation aid ... of texts in several languages, including a wooden tablet in Palmyrene dated to the 3rd century AD, indicate the diverse origins of those who used Socotra as a trading base in antiquity ... were converted to Christianity by Thomas the Apostle in AD 52 ...
Tiruchirapalli - History
... Uraiyur, which served as the capital of the Early Cholas from the third century BC to the third century AD is identified by some with a suburb of present-day Tiruchirappalli ... Mahendravarman I who ruled over South India in the 6th century AD ... Following the demise of the Pallavas in the eighth century AD, Tiruchirappalli was conquered by the Medieval Cholas who ruled till the 13th century AD ...

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