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Counts in The Lahngau
... The following are attested as counts of the undivided Lahngau Conrad, attested to as Count in the Lahngau in 772 and 773 he is regarded as the father of the House of the Conradines Udo the Elder (died ... Gebhard, attested to in 832 as Count in the Lahngau in 845, he endowed St ...
Rshtuni
... The first attested member of the house is Manadjihr Rshtuni from about 330, brother of Zora, attested in 335 and 350 both of whom revolted against the King of Armenia Tiran ... The latter is the father of Garegin Rshtuni, attested between 370-80 ... Artak Rshtuni is attested in 445 ...
Cohors I Alpinorum Peditata
... The regiment is first attested in the epigraphic record in 80 AD, when it was stationed in Pannonia (W Hungary/Slovenia) ... is attested in Pannonia Inferior until at least 167 ... In 179 it is attested in Dacia Superior ...
Cohors II Delmatarum
... The names of 2 praefecti (regimental commanders) are attested ... One, Iulius Maximus is attested as from the city of Rome (135) ... The other, Marcus Caecilius Donatianus, is attested in the votive altar at Carvoran (3rd c.) to a virgo caelestis ("celestial virgin"), probably Tanit, the guardian-goddess of Carthage, implying that ...
Mōdraniht
... The event is attested by the medieval English historian Bede in his 8th-century Latin work De temporum ratione ... Scholars have proposed connections between the Anglo-Saxon Mōdraniht and events attested among other Germanic peoples (specifically those involving the dísir, collective female beings, and Yule ...

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    A chaplain is the minister of the Prince of Peace serving the host of the God of War—Mars. As such, he is as incongruous as a musket would be on the altar at Christmas. Why, then, is he there? Because he indirectly subserves the purpose attested by the cannon; because too he lends the sanction of the religion of the meek to that which practically is the abrogation of everything but brute Force.
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    There is not to be found, in all history, any miracle attested by a sufficient number of men, of such unquestioned good sense, education, and learning, as to secure us against all delusion in themselves ... beyond all suspicion of any design to deceive others ... and at the same time attesting facts, performed in such a public manner, and in so celebrated a part of the world, as to render the detection unavoidable.
    David Hume (1711–1776)

    It seems as if nature, in regarding the geologic night behind her, when, in five or six millenniums, she had turned out five or six men, as Homer, Phidias, Menu, and Columbus, was no wise discontented with the result. These samples attested the virtue of the tree.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)