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Kim Woods

Kim Wilford Woods is an art historian specialising in northern European late Gothic sculpture and is Senior Lecturer in art history at the Open University.

Hey, Ma (Bon Iver song)

"Hey, Ma" is a song recorded by American indie folk band Bon Iver. It was released on June 3, 2019, as the lead single from their fourth studio album, I, I through Jagjaguwar, alongside "U ". "Hey, Ma" was nominated for Record of the Year at the ...

Filstingpound

Filstingpound or fulstingpound was an occasional duty paid by villeins in medieval England to the manor. It is thought by historians to be an insurance against corporal punishment or excessive fines. Its etymology appears to be a compound of the ...

Chronicon Anonymi Cantuariensis

Much of the text of the book has been deduced from a manuscript preserved at the Cranston Library. Currently there are four surviving manuscripts of the book. The book was translated to English from Latin by Chris Given-Wilson and Charity Scott S ...

Ellen Langwith

Ellen Langwith was an English merchant. She was first married to the London smith Philip Waltham, and then to the taylor John Langwith. She ordered gold thread and silk directly from Venice, and belonged to the elite of her trade, and delivered t ...

Saint-Urbain

Saint-Urbain may refer to: Places Saint-Urbain, Quebec, a parish municipality in Quebec, Canada Saint Urbain Street, a major one-way street in Montreal, Quebec, Canada Saint-Urbain, Vendee, a French commune in Vendee departement Saint-Urbain-Maco ...

Teutonic

Teutons, a Germanic tribe or Celtic tribe mentioned by Greek and Roman authors Furor Teutonicus, a Latin phrase referring to the proverbial ferocity of the Teutons Nordic race, a putative sub-race discussed in the 19th to mid-20th centuries Perta ...

Friedrich Konrad Griepenkerl

The older son Wolfgang Robert Griepenkerl 1810-1868 was a dramatist, storyteller and university lecturer at the Collegium Carolinum, the younger son Erich 1813-1888 President of the Brunswick Chamber. His son Otto Griepenkerl was a physician in K ...

Palatia

Palatia may refer to: Palatia was the former name of the main settlement of Marmara Island Palatia was the late medieval name for Miletus Palatia or Palatias died 302, a virgin martyr and Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox saint - see Palatias a ...

Ravna Monastery

The Ravna Monastery is the literary center of the Preslav Literary School. It is located 11 km northwest of Provadia, near the village of Ravna. It was studied in the 1980s. The study found a large number of inscriptions and drawings on stone - a ...

Abdisho (disambiguation)

Abdisho was a deacon and martyr of the Christian church. Abdisho may also refer to: Abda and Abdjesus, two Christian bishops who were martyred on May 16, in either 366 AD or 375 AD Abdisho IV Maron, second Patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Churc ...

Neil (disambiguation)

Neil Goldman Family Guy, in the TV series Family Guy. The name also belongs to a writer in the Family Guy series. Neil Pye, a character from the British sitcom The Young Ones Neil the Boxtank engine, from The Railway Series books by Rev. W.V. Awd ...

Lea Castle

Lea Castle is a ruined medieval castle near Portarlington, County Laois. A timber castle was built in the late 12th or early 13th century and replaced by a later stone castle. The remains of the castle mostly date to the 13th century and consist ...

Cloonacauneen Castle

Cloonacauneen Castle is a restored 15th-century tower house with an attached wing. It is privately-owned, and is located in the northeast outskirts of Galway city in County Galway, Ireland.

Saint Basil (disambiguation)

Basil the Younger, 10th-century Constantinopolitan ascetic and visionary Basil of Ostrog, Serbian saint Basil Fool for Christ, Russian saint Basil the Confessor, 8th-century saint Basil the Elder, 4th-century saint, father of Basil the Great Basi ...

Patriarch Paul

Patriarch Paul may refer to: Paul IV of Constantinople, Patriarch of Constantinople in 780–784 Patriarch Paul of Alexandria, Greek Patriarch of Alexandria in 537–542 Paul II of Constantinople, Ecumenical Patriarch in 642–653 Paul II, Serbian Patr ...

Castilian

Castilian usually refers to something of, from, or related to Castile, including: Castile and Leon, an autonomous community of Spain Spanish language, or Castilian language, a Romance language that originated in Castile Kingdom of Castile, a form ...

Viscount (disambiguation)

Viscount is a type of European nobility. Viscount may also refer to: Viscount, Saskatchewan, a village in Saskatchewan, Canada Viscount cigarette brand. Viscount biscuit Viscount No. 341, Saskatchewan, a rural municipality in Saskatchewan, Canada ...

Tombs of the Nobles

Tombs of the Nobles are a collective term applied to tombs of workers, foremen, priests, soldiers, officials, viziers, princes etc. usually located in the area of a major ancient site in Egypt. Tombs of the Nobles Luxor - a number of tomb-areas o ...

Thorax (disambiguation)

The thorax is the human chest, or division of an animals body that lies between the head and the abdomen. Thorax may also refer to: The thorax in insects, see Thorax insect anatomy Thorakitai, Hellenistic soldiers equipped with mail Thorax θώραξ, ...

Jones House

Jones House may refer to: in the United States by state, then city John Jones House Stoneham, Massachusetts, listed on the NRHP Jerry Jones House, Melrose, Louisiana, listed on the NRHP in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana David H. Jones House, Span ...

The Beautiful Lie

The Beautiful Lie or A Beautiful Lie may refer to: A Beautiful Lie, a 2005 album by Thirty Seconds to Mars A Beautiful Lie” song, title track "The Beautiful Lie", a 2009 song included with the song ”Can You Hear Me?” by Evermore A Beautiful Lie, ...

Golden shower (disambiguation)

Golden shower is slang for the practice of urinating on another person for sexual pleasure, as part of urolagnia. Golden shower may also refer to: Golden shower, a magic weapon that squirts urine-like ichor in the video game Terraria Golden showe ...

Guy Bertrand

Guy Bertrand may refer to: Guy Bertrand actor, played in The Crimson Permanent Assurance, a Monty Python film episode Guy Bertrand musician plays the music of Limousin Guy Bertrand lawyer, Quebec lawyer and political activist Guy Bertrand chemist ...

Pedro Coloma, Baron of Bornhem

Don Pedro Coloma, Baron of Bornhem and Lord of Bobadilla, was a Spanish officer in the Army of Flanders who established a noble line in the Habsburg Netherlands, a branch of the famous House of Coloma.

Heinrich I, Count of Pegnitz

Heinrich I, Count of Pegnitz is a contested early ancestor of the House of Wittelsbach. He was born in Pegnitz to allegedly either Henry von Schweinfurt, Margrave of the Nordgau or Count Berthold of Schweinfurt. Thus meaning he was the paternal g ...

Ispan (disambiguation)

Ispan is the Hungarian title of a number of officials in the Kingdom of Hungary. It may refer to: ispan, the head usually appointed by the monarch of a castle district a fortress and the royal lands attached to it or an administrative unit called ...

Tessin

Nicodemus Tessin the Younger, a Swedish Baroque architect, city planner, and administrator Nicodemus Tessin the Elder, a Swedish architect Carl Gustaf Tessin, a Swedish Count and politician

Ostanå

Ostanå may refer to: Ostanå Castle - a castle in Osteråkers Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden Ostanå, Ostra Goinge municipality - a village in Ostra Goinge Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden Ostanå, Osteråker municipality - a ferry port in O ...

Heaven or Hell (Don Toliver album)

Heaven or Hell is the debut studio album by American rapper and singer Don Toliver. It was released on March 13, 2020, by Cactus Jack Records and Atlantic Records. The album features guest appearances by Travis Scott, Kaash Paige, Quavo and Offse ...

Velikiy Knyaz Konstantin

Velikiy Knyaz Konstantin or Grand Duke Constantine may refer to: One of several Russian Grand Dukes of the Royal House of Romanov, see Konstantin Romanov disambiguation Fort Grand Duke Konstantin, a fort defending the harbour of Kronstadt, near S ...

Gilbert Talbot

Gilbert Talbot may refer to: Gilbert Talbot, 5th Baron Talbot c. 1383–1419, Baron Talbot Gilbert Talbot c. 1895–1915, World War I soldier after whom Toc H Talbot House, Poperinge, Belgium was named Sir Gilbert Talbot soldier 1452–1518, Tudor Knig ...

Run for Your Life

Run for Your Life David Line novel, a 1966 childrens novel by Lionel Davidson Run for Your Life Patterson novel, a 2009 novel by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge

Maltese cross (disambiguation)

The Maltese cross is the symbol of an order of Christian warriors known as the Knights Hospitaller or Knights of Malta. Maltese cross may also refer to: Maltese cross plant Lychnis chalcedonica, a species of flowering plant Theodore Roosevelts Ma ...

Jeeto Pakistan League

Jeeto Pakistan League is a Pakistani Ramadan special sports reality television show where celebrities are seen competing with each other in an indoor game format. Presented by Fahad Mustafa, it aired during Ramadan 2020 on ARY Digital.

Elisabeth of Poland (disambiguation)

Elisabeth of Poland may refer to: Elisabeth of Greater Poland 1152–1209, married firstly ca. 1173 to Sobeslav II, Duke of Bohemia and secondly aft. January 1180 to Conrad of Landsberg, Margrave of Niederlausitz Elizabeth of Kuyavia married Stephe ...

Yang Jun

Yang Jun is the name of: Yang Jun minister died 291, minister of Jin dynasty Jun Yang artist born 1975, Chinese-Austrian contemporary artist Yang Jun prince 571–600, prince of Sui dynasty

Holy Trinity Cathedral

Trinity Cathedral Easton, Maryland Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral Chicago, Illinois Trinity Cathedral Cleveland, Ohio Trinity Cathedral Phoenix, Arizona Trinity & St. Philips Cathedral Newark, New Jersey Holy Trinity Cathedral Salt Lake City, Ut ...

Westin Hapuna Beach Resort

The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort is a resort hotel in Kohala, Hawaii, USA, It ii located adjacent to Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area on the Big Islands west coast,

St. Patricks

Saint Patricks Day, the saints feast day Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland St. Patricks blue, the saints colour Saint Patricks Saltire, a flag associated with the saint

The Quest of Alain Ducasse

The Quest of Alain Ducasse is a 2017 French documentary film written, produced and directed by Gilles de Maistre which follows the "quests" undertaken by renowned chef Alain Ducasse.

Olu Oyenakpagha (Olu Obanighenren)

Olu Oyenakpagha was the 8th Olu of Warri who ruled over the Itsekiri people. He was named Omonighenren which translates to Prince with the golden skin. On ascension to the throne as Ogiame, Olu of Warri Kingdom, he was named Obanighenren which tr ...

Ladislaus I

Ladislaus I may refer to: Ladislaus I of Opole 1246–1281, Duke of Opole Wladislaus I of Oswiecim c. 1314 – c. 1321, Duke of Oswiecim Wladyslaw I Herman c. 1040–1102, Duke of Poland Ladislaus I of Naples 1377–1411, King of Naples Ladislaus I of Hu ...

Frank Farris

Frank Farris is an associate professor of mathematics at Santa Clara University. Hes also an editor, author, and artist whose work concerns mathematical topics. Farris is known primarily for mathematical exposition and his promotion of visual mat ...

Zheng clan of Xingyang

The Zheng clan of Xingyang was a prominent Chinese clan, chiefly based around Xingyang. Tracing their origins to the rulers of the State of Zheng, they became highly prominent in government during the Northern and Southern Dynasties, where they b ...

Molay

Molay may refer to: Persons Mulay or Molay, Mongol general circa 1300 who was active in Syria and Palestine Jacques de Molay c. 1240–1314, the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar, who fought in Syria Places Molay, Haute-Saone, a commune in t ...

Raymond of Toulouse

Raymond of Toulouse may refer to: Raymond I, Count of Toulouse died 865, Count of Limoges, Rouergue, Quercy, Toulouse and Albi Raymond II, Count of Toulouse died 924, Count of Toulouse, Nimes, and Albi Raymond III, Count of Toulouse died 978, Cou ...

Conrad I

Conrad I or Konrad I may refer to: Conrad, Duke of Lorraine c. 922 – 955 Conrad I, Count of Auxerre in 859–864 Conrad I, Duke of Carinthia in 1004–1011 Conrad I of Burgundy, Conrad I of Burgundy and Conrad III of Provence Conrad I of Germany, Duk ...

Polyxena (disambiguation)

Polyxena of Hesse-Rotenburg, queen consort of Sardinia, mother of King Victor Amadeus III of Sardinia Polyxena, a 1st-century Christian saint, see Acts of Xanthippe, Polyxena, and Rebecca Polyxena of Lobkowicz, a czech noblewoman Henrietta Polyxe ...

Princess Pauline

Princess Pauline may refer to: Princess Pauline von Metternich 1836–1921, a famous Viennese and Parisian socialite of great charm and elegance Princess Pauline of Wurttemberg 1810–1856, a member of the House of Wurttemberg and a Princess of Wurtt ...