Athingani
   Czech Republic. An organization for the education of Romani youth.
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  • Atsingani — (Athingani) ( Ungodly )    Heretical Christian sect that flourished in the Byzantine Empire during the eighth and ninth centuries. The term was used pejoratively and two Byzantine emperors (Michael II and Nikephorus I) were referred to by their… …   Historical dictionary of the Gypsies

  • Melchisedechians — The Melchisedechians, also known as Athingani (αθίγγανοι athinganoi untouchables ) were a 9th century sect of Monarchians located in Phrygia, founded by Theodotus the banker. Another quite distinct sect or party is refuted by Marcus Eremita, who… …   Wikipedia

  • Monarchians — • The so called Dynamic Monarchians were actually a form of adoptionism. Monarchianism, properly speaking, refers to the Modalists. Denial of the Trinity, assertion that there is only one Divine Person, who appears in three different roles.… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Thomas le Slave — Miniature représentant la révolte de Thomas le Slave qui réussit à gagner le soutien des flottes des thèmes maritimes. Thomas le Slave (en grec Θωμάς) (v. 760 octobre 823) est un commandant de la …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Thomas le slave — (? octobre 823) était à l origine un commandant byzantin de la marine militaire et chargé d un très haut commandement, sous le règne de l Empereur Léon V l Arménien. Toutefois, après la mort de Léon V l Arménien et de l accession en tant qu… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Melchisedechians — • A branch of the Monarchians, founded by Theodotus the banker Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Melchisedechians     Melchisedechians      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Chronology of Gypsy History — 224 241 Persia: In the reign of Shah Ardashir, Gypsies first come from India to work. 420 438 Persia: Bahram Gur, Shah of Persia, brings Gypsy musicians from India. 661 Arab Empire: Indians (Zott) brought from India to Mesopotamia. 669 /670 Arab… …   Historical dictionary of the Gypsies

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