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Topic: Mani


In the News (Mon 21 Apr 14)

  
  Mani's Admin Plugin - Home
Many wondered if it was ever going to happen, but the wait is over and here it is.
On behalf of Mani I can tell you nothing more then that he is very busy with a lot of things in his private life and has no time to work on the plugin at this moment.
Because of the latest Updates from Valve for the Source Engine, Mani V.1.1 is not recommended to be used anymore.
www.mani-admin-plugin.com   (448 words)

  
  Mani guide, Peloponnese by SuperbGreece.com - review, photos & reservations
The towers were fortifications, a means of survival through many ages of Mani's history.
- Limeni is a shingle and sand beach with many cafes and tavernas - north of Areopoli.
Many caves, old churches and bundles of scenic beauty.
www.superbgreece.com /Peloponnese/Mani/index.htm   (760 words)

  
  Maina or Mani
The peninsula maintains its unspoiled medieval character with many Byzantine churches and towers.
Maniates actively supported the Venetians and the brothers Melissinoi (with origin from the byzantine family of Melissinoi), Mitropolite Makarios and Bishop Theodoros were the first among these supporters.
Maniates known for their martial qualities were the first to join the liberation movement of 1821.
members.fortunecity.com /fstav1/1821/fort1821/mani.html   (1781 words)

  
 Mani - Phantis
Mani is the central peninsula of the three which extend southwards from the Peloponnese in southern Greece.
In 1249 the Mani was occupied by the Venetians, who made it one of the twelve baronies of the Principality of Moreas and built the fortresses of Mystras, Passavas, Gustema (Beaufort) and Megali Maini.
The Mani's local autonomy was abolished in 1870, and the area gradually became a backwater as the inhabitants abandoned the land through emigration.
wiki.phantis.com /index.php/Mani   (611 words)

  
 Mani
Mani have probably originally belonged to a Christian sect, now called Elkhasitts (a group of heretical Jewish- Christians).
As his teaching quickly gained ground, he came in opposition to the Zoroastrian priests, and with the emperor Bahram 1 from 274, Mani lost his protection, and he either died in prison or was executed.
The death of Mani, is retold as an incident similar to the crucifixion of Jesus.
lexicorient.com /e.o/mani.htm   (176 words)

  
 Tayloe Gwathmey
Mani was born in 216 to a father with a strong proclivity for religion.
Mani was visited by something in the night that left him with the desire to become a religious reformer, some traditions hold that it was his spiritual twin, the Christian Paraclete, others argue that it was an angel.
For Mani the goal of creation was the return of the light that had been trapped in human beings and the creation itself at the beginning of time as a result of the conflict between light and dark.
students.roanoke.edu /groups/relg211/gwathmey/Mani.html   (2395 words)

  
 Mani, the Ambassador of Light
Mani was born about AD 215 to a family whose religious beliefs were culled from a number of sources.
Mani himself was initiated into the mysteries of Mithra, and he studied early Christian heretical sects before establishing his own religious philosophy in about AD 240, at the Persian court of King Shapur 1.
Mani "regarded Zarathustra, Buddha and Jesus as his forerunners and declared that he, like them, had received essentially the same enlightenment from the same source.
www.mystae.com /restricted/streams/gnosis/mani.html   (1462 words)

  
 MANICHAESM
Manichaeism is the religion of Manes or Mani, which arose in Babylonia about the middle of the third century as one of the many sects classified under the name of Gnosticism.
Mani was born in a Persian village called Mardinu, near the site of the modern city of Baghdad, in 215 or 216 AD.
Mani, in 272 or 273 returned to Persia, met with royal consideration during the brief reign of Ormazd I (Hurmizd); but fell victim to the Zorastrian priests, who envied his success and had him executed in 273 or 274.
www.silk-road.com /artl/manichae.shtml   (798 words)

  
 Mani
We were heading south, to the Mani - the middle of three finger-like peninsulas protruding into the sea from the bottom of the Peloponnese, itself a massive peninsula that constitutes southern Greece.
Previously, many villages were cut off every winter by the rains, and the road doesn't reach many hamlets in the hills.
Many fishermen around the coastline of Greece have lost a limb or an eye to dynamite-a hasty and dangerous way to fill the hold with fish.
www.laconia.org /Wash_post_art_o1.htm   (1888 words)

  
 surgical page(e)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
MANI technology has been applied especially to medical field which requires safety and accurcy.
MANI employs 18/8 stainless steel claimed to be difficult to process for this micro needles and manufactures hole-end type eyeless needles.
MANI SPRING EYED NEEDLES is eliminating tissue-damage and dragging by rounded eye-edge and suture-groove, and dose noto damadge sutures by smooth suture-entrance and eye.
www.mani.co.jp /English/e-surgical.html   (165 words)

  
 Order of Nazorean Essenes
Mani claimed to be the restorer and synthesizer of Gnostic Nazorean Christianity, Zurvan Zoroasterism, and Mahayana Buddhism.
Mani, Elxai Monastery, 240 AD Mani spent 20 years meekly and quietly reading and scribing the vast Gnostic library preserved by the Nazorean followers of Elxai which included works by John the Baptist, Yeshu (Jesus), Bardaisan, Basilides, Valentinius and others.
Mani first proclaimed his message to a synod of his fellow monastics, who rejected his dietary, ritualistic, and other reforms and responded by beating him severely.
essenes.net /subindexmani.htm   (1860 words)

  
 Mani Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Patek, the father of Mani, was a native of Hamadan, ancient Ecbatana, and apparently belonged to the Arsacid princely family.
Mani seems to have begun his career by a journey to the easternmost provinces of Persia and Sind.
Mani left a number of books, treatises, and epistles, mostly in Syriac, among which were the Book of the Two Principles, The Book of Secrets, and The Living Gospel.
www.bookrags.com /biography/mani   (535 words)

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