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  1852 MAP OF ROME
With minor changes it shows what Rome was at the end of the XVIIth century after the completion of St Peter's and the nearby area.
Rome of the Popes is mainly located in the area between the seven hills on which Rome was originally built and the river.
This is due to the destruction of the aqueducts by the Barbarians in the VIth cenntury, which forced the inhabitants to move closer to the river, although this area was unhealthy and subject to flooding.
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 New Rome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Within decades after the Fall of Constantinople to Mehmed II of the Ottoman Empire on May 29, 1453, some were nominating Moscow as the "Third Rome", or new "New Rome".
It should be noted that, contrary to the common misconception, Filofei explicitly identifies Third Rome with Russia (the country) rather than with Moscow (the city).
In the present day, "New Rome" is used in this form mostly to refer to "political immorality", casting any large and powerful country into the role of an oppressive and expansionistic empire.
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 Ancient Rome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ancient Rome was a civilization that existed in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East between 753 BC and its downfall in AD 476.
The city of Rome grew from settlements on and around the Palatine Hill, approximately eighteen miles from the Tyrrhenian Sea on the river Tiber.
Romulus, whose name is said to have inspired Rome's name, was the first of seven Kings of Rome, the last of whom, Tarquin the Proud, was deposed in 510 BC or 509 BC when the Roman Republic was established.
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 Third Rome News | Europe | http://www.biblenews.org
In Rome the Pope took advantage of the situation, and proclaimed the King of the Franks, Charlemagne, as “Emperor of Rome”.
Before the overthrow of the Palaeologus dynasty, Constantine’s niece, Zoe Palaeologus, was taken to Rome for safety, with her 2 brothers, and cared for by a Cardinal.
The Third legend, and in many ways the most significant, helped to establish the Russian Orthodox Church as the successor to the Greek Church, and as bearer of the ‘true faith’, with the grand prince as guardian of that faith.
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 Who-What is the Beast-7   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Rome, the fourth beast, was divided between East and West.
Moscow, Russia, became the Third Rome, the habitation of Esau, Edom, Amalek, Seir and Tyre.
Rome was the headquarters for the western Latinized version of Christianity, Constantinople had become the headquarters for the eastern Greek Orthodox version of Christianity, and Moscow became the headquarters for the Russian Orthodox version of Christianity.
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 New Rome -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
New Rome is a term that can be applied to a (A large and densely populated urban area; may include several independent administrative districts) city or a (The territory occupied by a nation) country.
New Rome has been a cultural, historical, and theological concept within much of (The modern culture of western Europe and North America) Western culture (as far east as Russia) for centuries if not millennia.
As Nova Roma, Byzantine writers contrasted their city from the "old" Rome by pointing out how Byzantium had always been a (A religious person who believes Jesus is the Christ and who is a member of a Christian denomination) Christian city, while Old Rome had pagan roots.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/n/ne/new_rome.htm   (495 words)

Moscow the Third Rome is rather the hallmark of that priesthood known as the Russian Orthodox Church.
The emergence of the full-fledged doctrine of Moscow the Third Rome began during the middle of the fifteenth century.
For the Old Rome fell because of its church's lack of faith, the Apollinarian heresy; and of the second Rome, the city of Constantine, the pagans broke down the doors of the churches with their axes.
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 Rome: The Calamitious Century
After the death of Alexander in 235, Rome saw a half century of "barracks emperors" who were all generals and seized power in the same way Septimius Severus had done.
While this philosophy was becoming the major philosophy in Rome during the third century, it corresponded to the phenomenal growth of Christianity within the Empire as well.
   The decline of Rome during this century seemed to point to an almost certain demise, and the promise of an afterlife or a mystical reunion with the One seemed to be the only thing to hope for.
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 Hope College IDS 171 Timelines: Rome
It was succeeded by imperial Rome, or the Roman Empire, which is usually held to have begun with Caesar Augustus (27 BC - 14 AD), and which lasted another five hundred years, until the Western Roman emperor, Romulus Augustulus, was unceremoniously deposed by a Germanic king in 476.
With Rome the capital of a great empire, the bishop of Rome gained special influence, and when the Western Roman Empire crumbled, it was often this bishop - the pope - who had the spiritual and political clout to exercise the most influence in the region.
The fact that the city of Rome may have supported a population of up to one million at the time of Christ is itself an astonishing feat.
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Christianity became a force to be reckoned with by the end of the third century.
Rome's might and power remained his chief weapon, but the empire faced its own difficulties throughout the third century.
Rome used all the old methods and evidently the treasury profited substantially since the church owned property.
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 Rome: Imperial Rome
So, overall, the character of first century and second century Rome is a moralistic character, in which either the psychology of immorality as both seductive and destructive is explored by some writers, while other writers, such as Seneca and Tacitus, sternly condemn the degeneracy of the age.
It wasn't until the third and fourth centuries that Christianity grew dramatically in the Roman Empire (along with other mystery religions), until it was finally declared the state religion by the emperor Constantine.
And since Augustus controlled Rome militarily and politically, he put the provinces in the hands of intelligent, less ambitious, and virtuous men; for the first time since Rome began to build its empire, the provinces settled down into peace and prosperity—this peace and prosperity would be the hallmark of the Age of Augustus.
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 Braves Outlast RiverDogs
Rome, GA -The Rome Braves beat the Charleston, South Carolina RiverDogs 9-7 Saturday night at State Mutual Stadium in front of a crowd of 5,026.
Rome increased their lead to 6-0 in the fifth inning after Matt Esquivel singled and scored on a monster homerun off the bat of Miguel Bernard.
Rome and Charleston meet for the rubber-game of the series Sunday afternoon at 2 at State Mutual Stadium.
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 Bryn Mawr Classical Review 96.7.4   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The Regia, as the house of Rome's highest religious official, the Pontifex Maximus, was one of the most important structures in the Roman Forum.
The sima type is known from Velletri and other places in Rome, where it is associated with female head antefixes of a more stylistically advanced type than the Regia antefixes; the clay of the Regia sima conforms to the Velletri clays and differs from the Caeretan antefixes.
The wider picture provided by Downey through this material shows that Rome probably had a local workshop producing its own architectural terracottas in the second quarter of the 6th century BC, but by the third quarter, Rome belongs to a Central Italian unit which is characterized by standardized forms.
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 Russia Engages the World - NYPL
According to the belief of the Orthodox Church, Constantinople (Tsargrad) was the center of the only true form of Christianity, since Rome had become the seat of “Latin heretics.” However, in 1453, the Ottoman Turks captured the “second Rome” and transformed the city into an Islamic capital.
Churchmen rushed to enhance the significance of Moscow, the “third Rome,” and of its rulers, the tsars.
Both Romes fell, the third endures, and a fourth there will never be." This myth was elaborated to describe Russian Christendom as the culminating chapter in the sacred history of the world and to claim that God had chosen Moscow and its rulers to guide the destiny of Orthodoxy.
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 Home - Latest News | Introductio
Note: This promise to disclose the Third Secret immediately after the death of Sister Lucy or in any case, "in 1960 at the latest," surely corresponds to a request by the Virgin Mary Herself.
In Rome, the Eternal City of the hills, My children, the forces are gathering to bring about the capitulation of the Seat of Peter to communism and atheism, all promoted in the name of humanism.
The present council and the hierarchy of Rome must remove their hardness from their hearts and realize that the armies of hell, satan, Lucifer is loosed now upon earth as 666 now.
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 WORTHPLAYING - - All about games !
Developer The Creative Assembly has been working for a long time on Rome — the third offering in the Total War series — and with all the hype, it was time to see if the game was prepared to deliver the experience promised at E3.
To succeed at Rome: Total War, the theory is to begin as a commander of a small faction within the Roman Empire and utilize military, economic, political, and familial successes to become Emperor.
Rome: Total War is a great reminder of an ancient society, and just how far the human race hasn't progressed, despite the Industrial Revolution and the Atomic Age.
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 Rome News - Tribune   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Without the plan, the city would generate $330,000 in taxes in 25 years from the area slated for redevelopment, which includes West Third, a portion of Riverside Parkway and land near State Mutual Stadium.
Public investment is slated to come from a Tax Allocation District, which would enable Rome to finance the construction of a new Barron Stadium and tennis center.
Rome could sell bonds based off of future tax revenues for properties in a TAD.
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Among Caesar's contributions to Rome are the 365 day calendar with an extra day every four years, agricultural wealth for Rome and urban culture in the West due to his efforts to expand westward, and the cultural assimilation of the various regions under Roman rule.
445 CE: Rome - The Emperor Valentinian III decrees that all Western bishops are to be under the jurisdiction of the pope.
527 CE: Rome - Justinian, Roman Emperor in the East, assumes the throne and is responsible for the revision and codification of Roman Law.
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 Franciscan Friars Third Order Regular - Religious Order
The Third Order movement began in the autumn of 1211, expanding during the spring of 1212 and enjoying a prodigious growth in both area and numbers over the next ten years.
The apostolic activities ministered by the Regular Third Order are many: pastoral care within the parishes, acts of kindness for the needy, schools for the young, teaching and preaching, and missionary work.
Cosmas and Damian, Rome, is the location of the central government of the Order under the direction of the Minister General, Friar Ilija (Elia) Zivkovic, TOR.
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 Rome Makes it Three in a Row
Rome, GA- The Rome Braves defeated the Augusta Greenjackets 7-4 Saturday night at State Mutual Stadium before a crowd of 4,059 fans.
In the bottom of the third, Rome center fielder Steven Doetsch nailed the first homerun of the season to center field to make the score 4-0.
Rome added three insurance runs in the eighth inning highlighted by a long two run homer by Carlos Guzman.
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 History May Seminar Home Page
But without reference to prior history, the history of the Third Reich or Fascist Italy would be incomplete.
Nevertheless, a great deal of time will be spent investigating how both Hitler and Mussolini argued that the "continuity of history" had naturally culminated in the development of their respective movements.
Several days are planned in Rome and Florence with a shorter visit to Venice.
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 Moscow The Third Rome?
There seems to be common ground that ROCOR should for the present time remain a single Autonomous Metropolia of the Russian Church outside the Russian Federation, the model for this being the Autonomous Ukranian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate in the Ukraine (See www.russian-church.de).
Moscow is becoming a global Church, the dream of Moscow the Third Rome and Second Jerusalem is perhaps now less unreal.
The Second Rome lost its way because it forgot its Confessors and was willing to exchange its destiny of humility for a betrayal of the Faith.
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The Church of Rome fell for its heresy; the gates of the second Rome, Constantinople, were hewn down by the axes of the infidel Turks; but the Church of Moscow, the Church of the New Rome, shines brighter than the sun in the whole universe...
Two Romes are fallen, but the third stands fast; a fourth there cannot be.
In those terms, Catharine herself was his third cousin in descent from the same house, as can be examined on a separate popup.
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 Secrets of the Dead . The Great Fire of Rome | PBS
One of his grandest plans was to tear down a third of Rome so that he could build an elaborate series of palaces that would be known as Neropolis.
Much of what is known about the great fire of Rome comes from the aristocrat and historian Tacitus, who claimed that Nero watched Rome burn while merrily playing his fiddle.
There is some support for the theory that Nero leveled the city on purpose: the Domus Aurea, Nero's majestic series of villas and pavilions set upon a landscaped park and a manmade lake, was built in the wake of the fire.
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 Why didn’t Rome do more about the clergy sex-abuse scandal?
My reason for the trip was to talk to Vatican officials about the sexual abuse scandal in the United States.
Just like you, I've been wondering why Rome doesn't seem to be doing anything about it.
The doors of the eternal city of Rome were opened and demons entered to wreck havoc in the House of My Son.”
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 third rome
The idea of Moscow being the Third Rome was popular since the early Russian Tsars.
According to a prophecy, there were to be only three Romes or in other words, centers of rightful religious faith.
Its origins are associated with the rule of Ivan III of Russia.
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 IAAF International Association of Athletics Federations - IAAF.org - News - Article
Rome, Italy - Alberico Di Cecco smashed his personal best to win today’s 2005 Rome Marathon in a course record of 2:08:02.
Di Cecco’s win came after two previous third places in the eternal city in 2001 and 2003, the latter when he set his previous PB of 2:08:53.
At the 10km Skvortsova increased her lead over the 32-year-old Alagia who lost ground by 15km and was overhauled by the Ethiopians Abeba Tola (PB 2:29:54 in Amsterdam 2000 and third in Rome in 2003) and Tafa Magarsa Assale.
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