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Who trusted Jesus and was baptized by Philip?

Acts 8:26-40 tells us that Philip baptized an Ethiopian official in charge of the treasury for Candace, queen of the Ethiopians. The Ethiopian official was sitting in his char (MORE)

Is Prince Philip a king?

Philip is not the sovereign because he was not heir to the throne of England. He merely became the Consort - or husband - of the sovereign Queen. He could still have been styl (MORE)

Why is Prince Philip not king Philip?

In the United Kingdom, marrying a ruling Queen does not make you a King. In some countries it does - a 'commoner' could marry the Queen, and become a king in his own right, wi (MORE)

Who was Philip the great?

King of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia from 359 BCE.He seized the throne from his nephew, for whom he was regent,defeated the allied Athenian city states at the battl (MORE)

How many wives did Philip the second have?

King Philip II of Spain(21 May 1527 - 13 September 1598) had four wifes Maria Manuela, Princess of Portugal(15 October 1527-12 August 1545) Queen Mary I of England(18 February (MORE)

How was Philip Morin Freneau influential?

  Answer   American poet during the American Revolution. Usually reffered to as the "poet of the American Revolution" Educated at Princeton, born in New York.
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What was Philip of Macedonia?

Philip II of Macedonia was a Greek king of the ancient Greekkingdom of Macedonia in northern Greece and the father of Alexanderthe Great.
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How did Philip II improve the phalanx?

He had a strong military strength and he was a brilliant military leader and he had longer spears than his opponents.
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How was Philip 2 of macedon famous?

Philip II was King of the ancient Greekkingdom of Macedonia, a member of the founding Argead dynasty, thethird son of King Amyntas III, and father of Alexander the Greatand Ph (MORE)

What was king Philips war?

King Philip's War, lasting from 1675 to 1678, is sometimes referred  to as the First Indian War. This armed conflict was between the  Native Americans of New England and the (MORE)