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One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic
The Bible is the holy book for Jews (Old Testament) and Christians (New Testament) and the Koran is the holy book for Muslims.
One Holy Apostolic Church
Freedom of religion is a right in France so there is no national religious book. The holy book would be of the religion of the person in question.
The correct spelling is Qur'an. Although you may see it as Koran in some text.
The phrase 'holy mackerel' originated in the US and was first recorded in 1899. There's dispute as to the actual original meaning though. One claim is that it was a euphemism for 'Holy Mary'. The alternate claim is that it was a euphemism for 'Holy Michael' and was a slur against Catholics who ate fish on Fridays.
The characteristics that identify the Church are called "marks". There are four of them. These are characteristics/marks are that the true Church is: * One * Holy * Catholic * Apostolic
One it will not tell you to do something wrong,and it will speak to you in a quiet voice.
Dominimon would be a massive oddball for the Armadillomon line since, unless he fuses with an Angemon, his species is unrelated to holy-like Digimon. And according to the manga Dominimon is already an alternate Mega to HolyAngemon.
It was the route God chose for them to the Holy Land (Exodus ch.13).
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Just one, Hungary. Or two if you consider Vatican City's alternate name, the Holy See.
The Franks of France and he holy roman Christians
The kings inherited their titles. The Holy Roman Emperor was elected.
No. Makkah is holy city of Muslims. Note: Makkah is an alternate spelling of Mecca, more closely related to Arabic than the English translation. Bakkah is also occasionally used. Or in full Arabic Makkah Al Mukarramah.
France wanted to avoid the feeling of geographic encirclement by these two Habsburg Empires.
Holy Thursday - The Last Supper 2013 is rated/received certificates of: France:-16
The Crusaders came to liberate the Holy Land from the "infidels" and woe to any Jews who lived along the route. Numerous Jewish communites encountered by traveling Crusaders were subjected to the increased religious fervor of the Crusaders, and were pillaged and massacred. There were several extensive pogroms, especially in Germany and France. When the Crusaders conquered Jerusalem at the end of the First Crusade, they initiated a massive slaughter of the Jewish and Muslim… Read More
France, USA, Switzerland, Germany, Holy Sea and Norway.
it started in France ended in the holy lands (israel)
Russia, Prussia, Austria and then later on France joined the alliance
were a series of religiously sanctioned military campaigns waged by much of Roman Catholic Europe, particularly the Franks of France and the Holy Roman Empire. The specific crusades to restore Christian control of the Holy Land. the holy Land is in Israel Jerusalem
For those few Catholics in France who are still practicing their faith, they go to church each Sunday and Holy Day of Obligation.
It wasn't Roman because it was located in Germany and France, without any connection to Rome. It wasn't Holy because God did not make it Holy. And it wasn't an Empire because it did not conquer other groups of peoples.
you can't even use proper grammar to answer this question. let's try: "What happened in France when Henry VIII joined the Holy League in 1511?" and as far as my knowledge goes, Henry decided to join the Holy League (which pope Julius II created) only to expand his holdings in northern France. The Holy League formed an alliance between not only Spain and England but the Holy Roman Empire. And in 1511 they began their… Read More
He wanted to be, and He was Crowned the First Holy Roman Empire which later fractured 3 ways: 1 splinter became the Holy German Roman Empire in Central Europe, 2 the second splinter became the Frankish Kingdom of France, 3 The third splinter consisted of the Burgundian Province of Modern France, and a rival of the Franks for the French Throne.
That is the correct spelling of the proper noun Mecca, a holy city in Saudi Arabia. When used as a common noun, it means a sought-after goal or popular site. An alternate transliteration is Makkah.
Austria, France, Holy See, San Marino, Slovenia and Switzerland.
In 1100 the Holy Roman Empire covered most of modern day Germany, as well as extending into modern day France, Italy, and Austria.
the Holy Roman Empire and Austria (the Habsburgs) A+ only Germany
The Crimean War was when Russia, England, France,Turkey, and Sardinia were fighting over holy land
Louis XXVI became holy grand emperor of Mars
The Crusaders were the attacking religiously sanctioned groups in the Crusades. The Crusaders were mostly made up of Franks from medieval France and the Holy Roman Empire. They were trying to restore Christian authority in the Holy Land.
The Holy Roman Empire existed from 962 A.D., and dissolved when Emperor Francis II abdicated the throne after being conquered by Emperor Napoleon I of France in 1806.
Holy Communion is practised in churches that identify themselves as Christian. Some examples Catholics, Orthodox Christians, Anglican, some Baptists, Brethren and Mennonites/Anabaptists, Lutheran, Reformed/Presbyterian, and some other Christian groups have communion.
The Holy Roman Emperors where the emperors of the Holy Roman Empire, which was created by Otto I in 962 and ended in 1806. It was centred around Germany and at its greatest extent it included northeastern France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland, Switzerland Austria, Italy and the Czech Republic.
The "holy scriptures" of other religions (the Christian Bible. the Qur'an, etc.) are only important as philosophical works. Buddhist has no holy scriptures of its own as the word "holy" would identify a godly origin. There is no god in Buddhism, thus no god given origin of scriptures. Buddhist texts and books (e.g. the Heart Sutra) are important as they contain discussions and arguments for the Buddhist wold view.
According the AA Route Planner (GB Edition) the distance is 185.8 miles, this will take about 3 hours and 17 minutes to drive, assuming you take the direct route to the centre of each location and there are no stops, accidents, breakdowns or other hold ups en route.
The first rulerof France in all do respect was Charles the first. Or Charles the Great. His empire was later called the Holy Roman empire. He was proclaimed roman emperor in 809AD. By the pope. He was virtually the first king of France, Germany, and the Holland.
No, he only fought against the Muslims that were trying to enter France and Europe.
Austria, France, Holy See, San Marino, Slovenia and Switzerland.
There are 6! Austria, France, Holy See, San Marino, Slovenia and Switzerland.
King Charlemagne united the kingdoms of Austrasia and Neustria in modern day France and Germany.
Depends on the Country, the King of England, the King of France, The Holy Roman Emperor (Germanic king)
The precedent of the Holy Roman Empire was the Carolingian empire established by Charlemagne in 800. This empire covered France, Italy and Germany, which at the time included Holland, Luxembourg, eastern France, Switzerland, Austria, and Bohemia (the Czech Republic). This empire ended in 888 when the Carolingian dynasty died out. In Germany there was lack of unity and a lot of fighting between the princes. France broke away and Italy came under the control of… Read More
Why were Ferdinand and Isabella interested in financing Columbus's voyage to find a western route to the East Indies?
Columbus vowed to use the proceeds from his expedition in the recapture of Jerusalem from the Muslims. Then he said he would rebuild the Jews' holy Temple and bring on a new "Age of the Holy Spirit."
The Third Crusade (1187-1192) by European armies against the Muslim-controlled portions of the Holy Land took several different routes. One half of the intended invasion force was led by Frederick Barbarossa, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, by land through the Balkans and into Asia Minor before largely dispersing after Barbarossa's death by natural causes. The other half, led partly by England's King Richard the Lion-Hearted and partly by France's King Philip, traveled mainly by… Read More
Many Jewish communities were wiped out, especially in France and Germany, as well as some in the Holy Land.
The greatest European powers included Rome, Holy Roman Empire, France, and the Byzantine Empire.