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KateMonk
This is a collection of names from around the world which was initially intended to help provide character names for live role-players. It includes short historical backgrounds, male and female first names or personal names, and surnames or family names, from many countries and periods. The author is not an expert in onomastics or history so would like to apologise if any mistakes have been made. New webmaster's note: This onomastikon was compiled by Kate Monk and hosted by Sal Robertson at gaminggeeks.org. Related:  Historical Kingdoms/Names

Forgotten Nations History Rome annihilated Carthage to ensure it would never again rise as a major threat. The Ottomans forever ended Byzantium’s glory. 10BurgundyWestern Europe France’s greatest historical rivals are often considered to be England or Germany. We’ve previously mentioned how Louis the Pious, son of Charlemagne, divided the Carolingian Empire among his sons. For a time, it seemed that fortune favored Burgundy. 9NovgorodEastern Europe The city of Novgorod, whose residents sometimes called it “Lord Novgorod the Great,” truly lived up to its name. By the 14th century, Novgorod had become one of the busiest trading ports in Europe—an estimated 400,000 people lived in the city. Sadly, this state of affairs wouldn’t last forever. Ivan III, also known as “Ivan the Great,” invaded the city in 1471, subsequently annexing it in 1478. 8The Qara-KhitaiCentral Asia During the 12th century A.D., the Khitan people, led by Yelu Dashi, fled west to escape the onslaught of the Jurchen tribes.

Comment faire un skyblog Avoir un Skyblog c'est vachement important de nos jours, bien plus que d'avoir le bac ou du poil au zizi, c'est une sorte de signe de statut social. Mais voilà, le problème c'est qu'un Skyblog ça ne se fait pas comme ça, non non non petit impatient, il y a plein de règles tacites à respecter, un code a suivre, c'est hyper rigoureux. Heureusement, dans un élan d'amour très rare chez le sadique pervers geek mégalomane que je suis je t'ai pondu un dossier complet pour t'apprendre, a toi derrière ton écran (tiens, c'est con comme expression, si on se met derrière son écran on voit plus rien oO , déja qu'à côté ça donne pas forcément grand chose...), comment réaliser un Skyblog qui "déchiquète un bus d'éléphants verts" (Traduction: Un skyblog qui déchire ! Grave ? Zi Dossier: Comment faire un skyblog"K1k00l0l" - Le design du Skyblog: "Oui mais si les couleurs font saigner des yeux personne va me lire ?" - Comment écrire dans un Skyblog: - Quoi mettre dans un Skyblog: - Les commentaires:

Serendipity Medieval Names Archive This collection of articles on medieval and Renaissance names is intended to help historical re-creators to choose authentic names. These articles were gathered from various places, and some of them appear elsewhere. In all cases, the copyright on each article belongs to its authors. For frequent users, we offer a compact index; but please read the following introduction at least once. What's New Choosing a Medieval Name Choosing a medieval name is easy: Open any book on any aspect of medieval history, and there will be some names. To be honest, it isn't that easy. at least not if you truly want an authentic name. Good and Bad Sources It's also easy to get led astray by bad sources. Many people in the Society have written articles to help you choose an authentic name. The Problem Names Project Some names that many people think of as common to the Middle Ages or Renaissance are either purely modern or otherwise problematic. You can help! Table of Contents Personal Names in Specific Cultures

Iran Through Ages (726 BC to 640 AD) Ancient Iran through Ages (728BCE to CE651) Medes / Median (Mâdhâ) Dynasty; 728-550BCE Achaemenid (Hakhâmaneshiyân) Dynasty; 550-330BCE Parthian /Arsacid (Ashkâniân) Dynasty; 247BCE-CE224 Sasanid / Sasanian (Sâsâniân) Dynasty; CE224-640 Modern Iran Les Etapes De La Creation < Avant De Vous Lancer < Createur Portail des dirigeants, créateurs & chefs d’entreprise TPE/PME/PMI – Dynamique Entrepreneuriale. Création d'entreprise La création et le financement des start-up 14/11/13 | David SANGLIER La très grande majorité des sociétés a débuté en mode « start-up ». On se souvient de Microsoft qui fut créée dans un garage et de NRJ dans une chambre de bonne. Commercial Quelle vidéo pour quel projet ? 31/10/13 | Yves Maguin Lorsque l’on se lance dans la création d’une vidéo, il est important de se poser une question technique importante : quel type de vidéo vais-je utiliser pour faire passer mon message ? La création d’entreprise en 10 étapes 23/07/13 | Nicolas PASTUR C'est l'été, nous sommes au cœur de l’accalmie annuelle de l'activité économique, et peut-être allez-vous créer votre entreprise à la rentrée. Conseil Avant d’entreprendre : les premières questions 20/05/13 | William Demuyter Toute création d’entreprise commence par une prise de conscience personnelle de ses propres capacités. Créer une entreprise, les étapes Comment rater sa création d'entreprise

50 of the Best Websites for Writers There are tons of reference sites on the web that can help you find a job or write a poem, essay or story. Here is a list of the best 50 websites for writers. Reference Websites Merriam-Webster Online - Merriam Webster is the perfect place to look up words and find information. The site offers a dictionary, thesaurus, encyclopedia, podcasts, word games and a lot of other things that may be of interest to writers and word-lovers. General Writing Websites Writer's Digest - Probably one of the best all-around websites for writers, Writer's Digest offers information on writing better and getting published. Fiction Writing Websites About.com - About.com publishes a Guide to Fiction Writing with general information about fiction writing and a number of community forums for both current and aspiring writers. Nonfiction Writing Websites Bella Online - This site offers a large collection of resources for nonfiction writers. Websites for Freelance Writers and Authors

A History of Irish Surnames: Is Yours Here? – Ancestry Blog The earliest known Irish surname is O’Clery (O Cleirigh); it’s the earliest known because it was written that the lord of Aidhne, Tigherneach Ua Cleirigh, died in County Galway back in the year 916 A.D. In fact, that Irish name may actually be the earliest surname recorded in all of Europe. Until about the 10th century in Ireland, surnames were not passed down from generation to generation. Instead, surnames were patronymic, or based on someone’s father’s name. A person was identified by his given name plus “mac,” meaning “son of,” followed by his father’s name. For instance, Brian mac Colum was Brian, son of Colum. The female form of “mac” is “nic,” shortened from the Irish iníon mhic. Alternatively, the prefix “o” was sometimes used in place of “mac” and meant “grandson of” or “descended from.” There were no fixed surnames, so a surname changed every generation or two. But even without hereditary surnames, those names still hold clues. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. — Leslie Lang

40 maps that explain the Roman Empire by Timothy B. Lee on August 19, 2014 Two thousand years ago, on August 19, 14 AD, Caesar Augustus died. He was Rome's first emperor, having won a civil war more than 40 years earlier that transformed the dysfunctional Roman Republic into an empire. Under Augustus and his successors, the empire experienced 200 years of relative peace and prosperity. Here are 40 maps that explain the Roman Empire — its rise and fall, its culture and economy, and how it laid the foundations of the modern world. The rise and fall of Rome The rise and fall of RomeIn 500 BC, Rome was a minor city-state on the Italian peninsula. The rise of Rome Rome's military Rome's powerful maniple formation Rome's powerful maniple formationIn the early years of the republic, the Roman infantry used a version of the Greek phalanx. The republic becomes an empire The lost city of Pompeii The eruption of Mount Vesuvius The eruption of Mt. The culture of Rome Roman Britain and the Roman economy The decline of Rome Rome's legacy

Montant des mensualités d'un prêt, Simulateurs Calculez le montant des mensualités en fonction du capital à emprunter et de la durée du remboursement. Calcul du versement périodique Exemple Au 1er janvier 2002, votre emprunt s'élève à 76 225 €, vous espérez pouvoir avoir fini de le rembourser dans 5 ans par périodes trimestrielles, sachant que votre banquier vous prête le capital au taux de 11.5 %. Quel sera le montant du versement trimestriel ? Capital emprunté 76 225 Nombre de remboursements 20 Périodicité (M : mois, A : ans, T : trimestres; S : semestres) T Versement Fin ou Début de période (F ou D) F Taux proportionnel annuel 11.5 Résultat Le montant des versements d'un emprunt de 76 225 € dont les remboursements s'effectuent en fin de période sur une durée de 20 trimestres et soumis au taux proportionnel annuel de 11.5 % est de :5 064.49 €.

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