Ceinture



cincture (defs 1, 2).
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    Saint, died a.d. 432, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 422–432. (Guido di Castello) flourished 12th century, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1143–44. (Giacinto Bobone) died 1198, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1191–98. (Godfrey Castiglione) died 1241, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1241. Saint (Pietro di Murrone or Morone) 1215–96, Italian ascetic: pope 1294. a white to pale-blue mineral, strontium sulfate, SrSO 4 , […]

  • Celestine I

    Saint, died a.d. 432, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 422–432.



  • Celestine II

    (Guido di Castello) flourished 12th century, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1143–44.

  • Celestine III

    (Giacinto Bobone) died 1198, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1191–98.



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