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Jarnvidr

In Norse mythology, Jarnvidr is a forest located east of Midgard, inhabited by troll women who bore giantesses and giant wolves. Jarnvidr is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and the Prose ...

Jotunheimr

In Norse cosmology, Jotunheimr is a location associated with the Jotnar, entities in Norse mythology.

Okolnir

In Norse mythology, Okolnir is a plain on which is located the hall of Brimir and mentioned only in stanza 37 of the poem Voluspa from the Poetic Edda. The location of this plain is not stated in the poem.

Vanaheimr

In Norse cosmology, Vanaheimr is a location associated with the Vanir, a group of gods themselves associated with fertility, wisdom, and the ability to see the future. Vanaheimr is attested in the Poetic Edda ; compiled in the 13th century from e ...

Ydalir

In Norse mythology, Ydalir is a location containing a dwelling owned by the god Ullr. Ydalir is solely attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources. Scholarly theories have been proposed about the imp ...

CFTL-FM

For the former pirate radio station in Montreal, Quebec, see CFTL pirate radio. CFTL-FM, is a First Nations community radio station which operates at 100.3 MHz/FM in Big Trout Lake, Ontario, Canada. The station is owned by the Ayamowin Communicat ...

CFGR-FM

CFGR-FM is a First Nations radio station which operates at 92.1 MHz in Kangiqsualujjuaq, Quebec, Canada. On September 19, 1994, Jim Stewart received approval from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission to operate an Engli ...

CHMK-FM

CHMK-FM is a First Nations community radio station that operates at 93.1 FM in Manawan, Quebec, Canada. The station originally began broadcasting at 95.1 FM, until it received CRTC to move to its current frequency in 1991. Its uncertain when the ...

CHUK-FM

CHUK-FM is a First Nations community radio station that operates at 107.3 FM in Mashteuiatsh, Quebec, Canada. Owned by Corporation Mediatique Teuehikan, the station received CRTC approval in 1995.

CITK-FM

CITK-FM is a First Nations community radio station that operates at 89.9 MHz in Obedjiwan, Quebec, Canada. Owned by Corporation Tepatcimo Kitotakan, the station received CRTC approval in 1994.

CKAG-FM

CKAG-FM is a french language First Nations community radio station that operates at 100.1 FM in Pikogan, Quebec, Canada. Owned by Societe de communication Ikito Pikogan, the station received CRTC approval in 1992.

CKKE-FM

CKKE-FM is a First Nations community radio First Nations Community Radio station that operates at 89.9 FM in Mingan, Quebec, Canada. The station originally began broadcasting at 90.1 FM, until it received CRTC approval to move to its current freq ...

Akbaalia

Akbaalia is a Native American mythological figure of the Plains Indians Crow Nation people. It is a healer that can cure a wide range of physical and psychological ailments.

Cedar Point Village

Cedar Point Village is an archaeological site located in Elbert County, Colorado near Limon. It is a prehistoric residential site with artifacts of the Dismal River culture and likely inhabited by early Apachean people. Cedar Point Village, decla ...

Chance Gulch Site

The Chance Gulch Site is an archeological site in Gunnison County, Colorado, located about 2.5 miles southeast of Gunnison. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016. It has been studied by Western State College students.

Indian Mountain Site ID: 5BL876)

Site 5Bl876 is a multi-component Plains Woodland encampment consisting of several stone rings. Ten stone circles have been found. Thus far, only four rings have been completely excavated. Two rings have been sampled. Importance This site holds th ...

Sacred Ridge

Sacred Ridge was a multiple habitation archaeological site about 8 miles southwest of Durango, Colorado. It covered about 11.6 acres and contained the remains of 22 pit structures, which have since been covered by Lake Nighthorse. The site was id ...

Shavano Valley Rock Art Site

The Shavano Valley Rock Art Site, in Montrose County, Colorado near the city of Montrose, is a historic site which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. It is on private land and is accessible by tours arranged by the Ut ...

Tenderfoot site 5GN1835

Located in the upper Gunnison basins Tenderfoot is a prehistoric or Archaic site that was excavated by Mark Stiger, with assistance from facility and students at Western State College. The site is located in Gunnison, Colorado on a low ridge that ...

Vail Pass Camp

The Vail Pass Camp is a multi-component prehistoric site, situated at the summit of Vail Pass), just below the timberline in Colorado. The camp was occupied for over 7000 years, inhabited by various North American aboriginal groups, and is the fi ...

Calhan Paint Mines Archeological District

Calhan Paint Mines is an archeological district located on the eastern plains of Colorado in El Paso County, one mile south of Calhan. The Paint Mines Interpretive Park is "a unique blending of geological, archaeological, historical and ecologica ...

Jones-Miller Bison Kill Site

The Jones-Miller Bison Kill Site, located in northeast Colorado, was a Paleo-Indian site where Bison antiquus were killed using a game drive system and butchered. Hell Gap complex bones and tools artifacts at the site are carbon dated from about ...

Jurgens Site

The Jurgens Site is a Paleo-Indian site located near Greeley in Weld County, Colorado. While the site was used primarily to hunt and butcher bison antiquus, there is evidence that the Paleo-Indians also gathered plants and seeds for food about 7. ...

Lindenmeier Site

The Lindenmeier Site is a stratified multi-component archaeological site most famous for its Folsom component. It is located on the former Lindenmeier Ranch, now the Soapstone Prairie Natural Area, in northeastern Larimer County, Colorado, United ...

Illyrius

According to the Illyrian Wars of Appian, Illyrius was the son of the Cyclops Polyphemus and his wife Galatea with siblings Celtus and Galas. The children of Polyphemus all migrated from Sicily and ruled over the peoples named after them, the Cel ...

Limitanei

The limitanei or ripenses, meaning respectively "the soldiers in frontier districts" or "the soldiers on the riverbank", were an important part of the late Roman and early Byzantine army after the reorganizations of the late 3rd and early 4th cen ...

Palatini (Roman military)

The palatini were elite units of the Late Roman army mostly attached to the comitatus praesentales, or imperial escort armies. In the elaborate hierarchy of troop-grades, the palatini ranked below the scholares, but above the comitatenses and the ...

Pseudocomitatenses

Pseudocomitatenses were a class of regiment in the Late Roman army. Although they were attached to the comitatus, they enjoyed lower status and pay to the comitatenses, the regular regiments of the comitatus. This is because their regiments had o ...

Faith Temple

The Faith Temple also Templul Credința, Sinagoga Credinta, Templul Hevrah Amuna is a Jewish synagogue, built in 1926, that is located on 48 Toneanu Vasile Street in Bucharest, Romania.

Grand Spanish Temple

The Grand Spanish Temple also Cahal Grande synagogue, also Marele templu sefard Cahal Grande/Templul Mare Spaniol was located on 12 Negru Voda Street, in Vacarești, Bucharest, Romania. The building is believed to be "one of the most beautiful Jew ...

Malbim Synagogue

The Malbim Synagogue was a synagogue on 4 Strada Bravilor, in Bucharest, Romania.The building was devastated by the far-right Legionaries in 1941. The synagogue was demolished in 1987 to make room for the Union Boulevard.

Ten Days of Repentance

The Ten Days of Repentance are the first ten days of the Hebrew month of Tishrei, usually sometime in the month of September, beginning with the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah and ending with the conclusion of Yom Kippur.

Mountain-mahogany

Cercocarpus, commonly known as mountain mahogany, is a small genus of at least nine species of nitrogen-fixing flowering plants in the rose family, Rosaceae. They are native to the western United States and northern Mexico, where they grow in cha ...

Daihonzan Chozen-ji

Daihonzan Chozen-ji is a Rinzai Zen temple located in Kalihi Valley on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. It was established in 1972 by Omori Sogen and Tenshin Tanouye.

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