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9:44 p.m. e.s.t. 7-28-2011 Vascones were an Ancient people who, at the arrival of the Romans, inhabited the region of present day Navarre, Lower La Rioja and north-western Aragon. It is likely that they are ancestors of the present day Basques, to whom they left their name.

Dukes of Gascony ~ The Duchy of Vasconia (sometimes Wasconia) later kown as Gacony, was a Merovingian creation : A frontier duchy on the Garonne, in the boarder with the rebel Basque tribes. During the collapse of Frankish authority in the region in the year 660, it gained de facto and possibly de jure independence, in personal union with the Duchy of Aquitaine (north and east of the Garonne). more interesting facts at wikipedia.com

The Vaceti were the Vascones by another name. _________________________ 9:56 p.m. 

Burgundiones 

Arles, France ~ The city became an important Phoenician trading port before being taken by the Romans. The Romans took the town in 123 BC

Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor inherited the Kingdom of Arles in 1032. He was born 990 - June 4, 1039 was Holy Roman Emperor from 1027 until his death. He is the son of Henry of Speyer and Adelaide of Alsace, he also inherited the titles of Count of Speyer and of Worms when Henry died at age 20. He is of the Salian Dynasty and fourth kind of it.

Renaud III, Count of Burgundy - 1093 - 1148

Stephen I, Count of Burgundy - 1065 - 1102 Count Palatine of Burgundy . also Count of Macon and Vienne. Son of Count William I of Burgundy and his wife Stephanie.

Ancyia ~ Marcellius of Ancyia ~

Guigues VI of Viennois 1184 - 14 March 1237 known as Andre de Bourgogne Dauphin of Viennois, Count of Albon, Briancon, Grenoble, and Oisons from 1228 until his death. He was the son of Hugh III of Burgundy and Beatrice of Albon.

http://www.thecatholicguide.com/wiki/ First_Council_of_Nicaea

Nicea I

Catholic ~ 

Nicetas of Remesiana ~

Anathema ~ A term formely indicating offerings made to the divinity which were suspended from the roof or walls of temples for the purpose of being exposed to view. ___ 10:22 p.m.

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