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J. Monballyu


Banditism in the French period in the department of the Lys, 1796-1813

Pasquale Macaluso

the novel. All those who answered the call to arms, either joining Ṣabrī’s armed band as permanent fighters or supporting them occasionally, are described as youths ( shabāb ). 56 The only characters of an older generation are the village elders and Ṣabrī’s father. As we have seen, the latter had

Pei-Yi Wu

who contra- dicts every stereotypical view of her gender. Yang Miaozhen was a warrior, peer- less both in single combat and in strategic planning. Before she was twenty, she commanded an armed band of ten thousand. She met her future husband when he and his soldiers flocked to her banner. The

Dingel, Irene

[German Version] The Camisards were Protestants in southern France who, after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1686 (Huguenots), secretly formed armed bands in the Cévennes region, the “desert,” to fight for the freedom and rights of their suppressed church in the face of harsh persecution

Kitchen, K. A.

determinative of an armed man; so they were regarded in this case as armed bands by the Egyptians. Scenes (KRI I 15.15) (lost - king worships deity, either side) Main text (KRI I 16.1–15) [Year x, month/season y, Day z. (Long) live:] Horus-Falcon, Strong Bull, Appearing in Thebes, [Bringing life to Both Lands

Huart, Cl.

mediaeval Europe was still at the stage of armed bands, before the organisation of the companies of archers in England, and a century before the first standing armies in France under Charles VII. It was very probably the contact with the legions of the Byzantines, although far sunk from their former glory


definition con- tained in letters) of UN General Assembly Resolution 3314(XXIX) of 14 Decem- ber 1974, whereby "the sending by or on behalf of a State of armed bands, groups, irregulars or mercenaries, which carry out acts of armed force against another State of such gravity as to amount to the acts listed

Dejan Djokić

state to fully integrate its southern regions, even if Albanian and Macedonian armed bands which rebelled against the state in the 1920s were eventually supressed. The book is based on Jovanović’s doctoral thesis of the same title (as numerous footnotes suggest), defended at Belgrade University in


- tionally protected persons: those related to the taking of hostages and those concerning the mailing of parcels containing explosive. A special attention is at last devoted to that particular kind of terrorism consisting in armed band raids in a foreign territory; in fact, this phenomenon is connected with

Mason, Steve

.2While Cicero was consul in 63 BCE, his enemy Catiline had similarly sent an armed band to his house to kill him; Cicero, forewarned, escaped to the base of the Palatine hill, where he condemned Catiline (Plutarch, Cic. 16.1-6).3The verb κατέχω does not convey a very clear sense here, although a