Kya: Dark Lineage
Kya: Dark Lineage is a third-person action-adventure game for the PlayStation 2, developed by Eden Games and published by Atari. Though set in the present, Kya: Dark Lineage throws the title character and her half-brother Frank into a strange new world. Kya finds herself separated from her brother, with the burden of protecting a friendly tribe of creatures called the Nativs from the predations of the evil overlord Brazul and his minions, the Wolfen. Kya: Dark Lineage begins with the protagonist Kya and her half-brother Frank home alone. In her upstairs bedroom, Kya hears a suspicious noise and follows it downstairs to finds Frank in a unknown room in the basement. While speaking about Kya's father, Frank unwittingly finishes a mysterious puzzle on a table, opening a portal which sucks in both Kya and Frank. Kya awakens with three Nativs looking down on her, they are ambushed and chased through a jungle by feral werewolves called the Wolfen/Wolfun. All but one of the Nativs were captured during the chase.
Kya and Aton reach a strange village, called Nativ City, meets the village leader Atea. Atea explains that the Wolfen/Wolfun are Nativs mutated by Brazul, Kya's father. Kya resolves to save Frank and is introduced to Akasa, who teaches her how to fight using mystical bracelets which enhance her strength. Kya is blessed with a power which allows her to exorcize unconscious Wolfen/Wolfun and transform them back into Nativs. In return for freeing the excorcized Nativs, Atea agrees to help Kya find her half-brother. Kya learns; the medallion was split into seven runes, emblems made of pure energy, which must be housed in a special amulet. During the course of tracking down the runes, Aton leads Kya to an industrialized area dedicated to mining magical amber. Aton betrays Kya. During the course of the fight Kya collapses part of the mine to escape, she discovers that Frank is being held in Brazul's laboratory, she assaults the complex to rescue him. Upon arriving in the lab proper, she is horrified to learn that Brazul has turned Frank into a Wolfen/Wolfun.
Kya defeats the Wolfen/Wolfun Frank and performs the exorcism ritual which returns him to his human form. Kya goes on to gather the last runes required to return home though she is ambushed again by Brazul, who takes the seven runes from her. Kya learns that she is a half alien and she escapes her imprisonment. Kya journeys to Brazul's fortress,she fights and knocks out Aton, now a Wolfen/Wolfun but when she gets the chance to exorcise him she doesn't because of falling, heavy crystals. Kya heads for Brazul and the runes. After a difficult battle, Kya defeats Brazul and returns victorious to a cheering Nativ City, where she activates the portal and finds herself in a desolate place, not her home. Kya and Frank are attacked by a creature; the story ends here. Kya: The playable heroine of the story. Frank: Kya's half-brother immediately captured by Wolfen and imprisoned in Brazul's lair. Brazul: monarch and creator of the Wolfen. Nativs: friendly tribe, being hunted and transformed by Brazul. Atea: Nativ elder and advisor to Kya.
Aton: brings her into the Nativ City. Akasa: combat teacher Area Amada: shop owner Wolfen: creatures under Brazul's command. Scrawnies: the most common type attack in numbers. Grunts: stronger than Scrawnies, inflict heavy damage. Kronos: strongest and most intelligent of the Wolfen; the Hunter: commander of an island full of Wolfen. Stuff: flying animal that provides Kya with hints. Avenue for telepathic communication with Atea. Kya: Dark Lineage focuses on action-adventure platforming gameplay, with the player guiding Kya through a variety of stages. During the game the player can earn nooties, allowing them to return to the Nativ city to purchase items required to progress through the game; the player can purchase several items which allow Kya to increase her mobility, including the ability to climb slippery surfaces, perform wall jumps or ride fast-moving lizards called Jamguts. Whenever the player suffers damage, Kya can recover energy by draining it from big amber shards; the game focuses on the element of air, featuring various sequences in which Kya must use strong wind currents to her advantage.
It features several freefall sequences during which the player must control Kya's speed and the direction of her descent, which ends when Kya lands on a big flower called Amortos, serving as an air bag. The player will suffer damage by touching objects while freefalling, or lose a life by landing on the ground. Complementing the player's mobility is Kya's "Boomy", a magical boomerang-like weapon which allows Kya to cut ropes and attack enemies; the Boomy can be upgraded twice in the Nativ city, first allowing the player to aim it in a first-person perspective and which allows the player to activate switches or attack unreachable foes. The player can purchase explosive or electrifying bombs to damage foes. Additionally, there are purchasable traps that can be used to capture rare monsters for the Nativ zoo. Puzzles, which rely on items or creatures within the immediate environment to solve, are another part of the game. Other puzzles might require creative use of Kya's mobility or use of her upgraded Boomy's ability to be directed as the pl
Alan II, Duke of Brittany
Alan II, nicknamed Wrybeard or Twistedbeard, Alan Varvek in Breton, was Count of Vannes and Nantes, Duke of Brittany from 938 to his death. He was the grandson of King Alan the Great by Alan's daughter and her husband Mathuedoï I, Count of Poher, he expelled the Vikings from Brittany after an occupation that lasted from 907 to about 939. He had to take refuge, along with his father Mathuedoi I, with the English king, Edward the Elder, because the Norsemen had invaded Armorica; the Chronicle of Nantes reports: Alan became ruler of Brittany at the end of a 33-year interregnum after the death of his maternal grandfather, Duke Alan the Great. He landed at Dol in 936, at the invitation of the monk Jean de Landévennec and with the aid of Edward's successor, Athelstan the Glorious. By 937 he was master of most of Brittany. In 938, he was elected Brittonum dux. On 1 August 939, with the aid of Judicael, count of Rennes, Hugh I, count of Maine, his victory was made complete by defeating the Norse at the Battle of Trans-la-Forêt.
Alan declared. Alan II was allied with King Louis IV of France, as both were exiles in England together at the court of Edward the Elder and Edward's son and successor Æthelstan. Alan renounced the Cotentin and Mayenne and paid homage to Louis IV in 942, he was allied to Theobald the Old, the count of Chartres. Alan II was the grandson of Alan I, King of Brittany and the great-grandson of Ridoreth, Count of Vannes, he was the grand-nephew of Pascweten. His wife was the sister of Theobald I, Count of Blois, their son, Alan's immediate successor, was Drogo, Duke of Brittany. He had at least two illegitimate sons and Guerech, who would each succeed Drogo during the fractured rule of Brittany after Drogo's death, he died and was buried in his capital, Nantes, in the church which he constructed to honor the Virgin Mary for his victory in liberating Nantes known as la Chapelle de la Très Sainte Mère de Dieu now known as the Basilique Notre Dame in the parish of St Thérèse in Nantes. He was succeeded by his son Drogo.
Flodoard, Annales, ed. Philippe Lauer, Les Annales de Flodoard. Collection des textes pour servir à l'étude et à l'enseignement de l'histoire 39. Paris: Picard, 1905. Available from Internet Archive and Google Books Chronicle of Nantes, ed. Peter Merlet, La chronique de Nantes. Paris, 1896. Cassard, Jean-Christophe. Le siècle des Vikings en Bretagne. Éditions Gisserot. Paris, 1996 Dukes of Brittany family tree
Two and a Half Men
Two and a Half Men is an American television sitcom that aired on CBS for twelve seasons from September 22, 2003, to February 19, 2015. Starring Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones, the series was about a hedonistic jingle writer, Charlie Harper, his uptight brother and Alan's troublesome son, Jake. After Alan divorces, he and Jake move into Charlie's beachfront Malibu house and complicate Charlie's freewheeling life. In 2010, CBS and Warner Bros. Television reached a multiyear broadcasting agreement for the series, renewing it through at least the 2011–12 season. In February 2011, however, CBS and Warner Bros. decided to end production for the rest of the eighth season after Sheen entered drug rehabilitation and made "disparaging comments" about the series' creator and executive producer Chuck Lorre. Sheen's contract was terminated the following month and he was confirmed not to be returning to the series. Ashton Kutcher was hired to replace him the following season as Walden Schmidt, a billionaire who buys Charlie's house after his death.
In April 2013, CBS renewed the series for an eleventh season after closing one-year deals with Kutcher and Cryer. Jones, attending college, was relegated to recurring status for season 11 but did not make an appearance until the series finale, he was replaced by Jenny, Charlie's unknown daughter. In March 2014, CBS renewed the series for a twelfth season, announced to be the series' last; the season began airing in October 2014 and concluded in February 2015 with the 40-minute series finale "Of Course He's Dead". The success of the series led to it being the fourth-highest revenue-generating program for 2012, earning $3.24 million an episode. The series revolved around the life of the Harper brothers Charlie and Alan, Alan's son Jake. Charlie is a bachelor who writes commercial jingles for a living while leading a hedonistic lifestyle; when Alan's wife Judith decides to divorce him, he moves into Charlie's Malibu beach house with Jake coming to stay over the weekends. Charlie's housekeeper is Berta, a sharp-tongued woman who resists the change to the household, but grudgingly accepts it.
Charlie's one-night stand. The first five seasons find Charlie in casual sexual relationships with numerous women until the sixth season, when he becomes engaged to Chelsea, but the relationship does not last as Chelsea breaks off their engagement. Afterwards, Charlie flies to Paris in the eighth-season finale with his stalker Rose. In the ninth-season premiere, introducing a revamped show, it is revealed that Charlie died when he fell in front of a subway train in Paris. Suggestions are made that Rose pushed him into the train's path after learning Charlie had cheated on her. Alan's experiences are somewhat different. Throughout the series, Alan continues to deal with his son Jake's growing up, the aftermath of his divorce, when he has little success with women, his marriage to Kandi at the end of the third season was short-lived. In the fourth season, Alan is back at the beach house paying alimony to two women out of his meager earnings as a chiropractor. In the seventh season, he begins a relationship with Lyndsey McElroy, the mother of one of Jake's friends.
Their relationship is temporarily suspended when Alan cheats on her and accidentally burns down her house, but the relationship resumes. In the ninth-season premiere, the beach house is sold to Walden Schmidt, an Internet billionaire going through a divorce from Bridget. Alan leaves to live with his mother Evelyn when the house is sold, but Walden invites both Alan and Jake back to live in the beach house, he needs the three form a tightknit surrogate family. At the end of the ninth season, Jake joins the United States Army. In the 10th season, Walden proposes to his English girlfriend Zoey, only to be turned down, discovers she has another man, he becomes depressed. Meanwhile, Alan gets engaged to his girlfriend Lyndsey, while Judith leaves her second husband Herb Melnick after he cheats on her with his receptionist. Alan and Lyndsey's relationship of three years ends. Rose returns and dates Walden stalking him as she did to Charlie. Walden begins to date a poor but ambitious woman named Kate and changes his name to "Sam Wilson", pretending to be poor to find someone who wants him for him, not for his money.
They break up when he reveals who he is, though Kate realizes that Walden's money helped her become a successful clothing designer. Jake announces he is being shipped to Japan for at least a year, so Alan and he go on a father-son bonding trip. Other than a cameo in the series finale, this is the last time Jake appears on the show, though verbal references are made to him. In the 11th season, a young woman arrives at the beach house, announcing that she is Charlie Harper's biological daughter, Jenny, she moves in with Walden and Alan displaying many of Charlie's traits, including a love of women and alcohol. Lyndsey begins dating a man named Larry, in an attempt to learn more about Larry, Alan takes on the pseudonym "Jeff S
Alain de Solminihac
Blessed Alain de Solminihac was a French Roman Catholic religious reformer and served as the Bishop of Cahors from 1636 until his death. He was a professed member of the Canons Regular of Saint Augustine of Chancelade in Périgueux - that order is now extinct, he was a member of the Compagnie du Saint-Sacrement. He was acquainted with Saint Vincent de Paul and Saint Francis de Sales, he was declared a Servant of God after Pope Pius VI opened his cause for sainthood on 6 August 1783 and Pope Pius XI declared him to be Venerable on 19 June 1927. Pope John Paul II beatified him on 4 October 1981. Alain de Solminihac was born on 25 November 1593 in the Kingdom of France to Jean and Margaret de Solminihac, he wanted to become a member of the Knights of Malta in order to serve God but felt a strong call to the priesthood and to the religious life so joined the Canons Regular of Saint Augustine of Chancelade in 1613 as a postulant. His period of novitiate commenced in 1615 and concluded on 28 July 1618.
The completion of his theological studies soon saw him ordained to the priesthood on 22 September 1618. He was made the superior of his convent in 1623. Pope Urban VIII appointed him as the Bishop of Cahors on 22 September 1636 and he received his episcopal consecration on 27 September 1637 in the French capital of Paris; the bishop visited each of his 800 parishes at least nine times during the course of his episcopate and he held an episcopal consecration on one occasion. He prompted adoration to the Eucharist and restored a range of local devotions, he attended the Council of Trent and followed the lead of Saint Charles Borromeo in enforcing its decrees in his diocese. He met Saint Francis de Sales for the first time during Lent in 1619 and the two had more meetings following this, he died on 31 December 1659. The beatification process commenced under Pope Pius VI after he was titled as a Servant of God on 6 August 1783 and the confirmation of his heroic virtue allowed for Pope Pius XI to name him as Venerable on 19 June 1927.
The process for a miracle attributed to his intercession saw two independent processes run with the informative one spanning from 1769 until 1775. The Congregation for Rites validated the informative miracle process on 12 April 1905 while the Congregation for the Causes of Saints validated the apostolic one on 14 April 1978; the medical board approved the miracle on 25 June 1975 while the C. C. S. officials and their consultants approved it on 10 April 1979. C. S. Themselves issued their own approval to it on 29 May 1979 and passed it to Pope John Paul II who granted the final approval needed on 13 July 1979 in which the pope confirmed the beatification. John Paul II beatified him on 4 October 1981; the miracle involved the cure of Marie Ledoux on 29 June 1661 in France. P. Petot, Alain de Solminihac, prélat réformateur. De l'abbaye de Chancelade à l'évêché de Cahors, Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2009, ISBN 978-2-503-53278-3 Hagiography Circle Catholic Forum Catholic Hierarchy
Alan Dawa Dolma
Alan Dawazhuoma, professionally known as Alan, is a female Tibetan Chinese singer active in both the Chinese and Japanese music industries. She is of Tibetan ethnicity. Discovered by Avex Trax at an audition in China in 2006, she made her debut in Japan the following year, her main producer and composer is Kazuhito Kikuchi and she is known for playing the erhu. In 2009, her ninth Japanese single "Kuon no Kawa" debuted at No.3 on the Oricon weekly charts, the highest by a singer from China. Alan is a native of Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Sichuan province, her native language is Rgyal rong, one of the Qiangic languages, while the speakers are designated as Tibetan. Alan was born in Kangding to a large family, she grew up with her grandparents in nearby Danba referred to as "Beauty Valley". The name "Alan", in fact her official surname, is a self-created shortened form of a combination of the sinified Tibetan names of her parents Atu and Lantai, her given name "Dawa Dolma" was bestowed upon her by a Buddhist monk and means "Heavenly maiden of the moon" in Tibetan.
Alan's father was a local government official and her mother was a singer in the local Art Troupe. She was made to play the erhu at an early age as a punishment for tomboy behavior, in 1997 left her hometown to live with her aunt and study at the Middle and High School affiliated with the Sichuan Conservatory of Music in Chengdu, after ranking first in the erhu audition as a fourth grader. In 2003, she was accepted to the PLA Academy of Art in Beijing and double-majored in vocal music and erhu. Playing the erhu, she performed traditional Chinese music with a group of girls at the 2006 gala performance near Cairo, which celebrated the 50th anniversary of the establishment of Chinese-Egyptian diplomatic ties. During this time, Alan performed as a singer throughout China and discovered the pop music such as Faye Wong, Jacky Cheung and Andy Lau. In 2005, she released her first Chinese album, Shengsheng Zui Rulan, covering 13 songs by more established C-pop singers, which helped her reduce her student debt burden to her parents.
In October 2006, selected to represent mainland China together with Vision Wei, Alan won second place at the 9th Asia New Singer Competition, narrowly losing to Filipina singer Maria Donna Taneo by 0.005 points. In April 2006, Alan distinguished herself from 40,000 hopefuls when Avex Trax held auditions throughout Chinese cities that year. After graduating with excellence a year she became Avex's first signed artist from China and moved to Tokyo, Japan in September 2007. In November 2007, her first Japanese single. In May 2008, Alan released Shiawase no Kane/Ai Jiushi Shou and all profits from the songs were donated to the Red Cross to help the victims of the Sichuan earthquake in her home province. A Japanese single titled Gunjō no Tani was dedicated to the people of Sichuan. In June 2008, Alan sang the theme song "Natsukashii Mirai" for NHK's Save the Future special TV programs which raised awareness of the environment nationwide. Beginning with this song, themed on earth, Alan's next five Japanese singles each dealt with a traditional Buddhist element from the Japanese Godai or Tibetan Bön.
Chosen to sing the theme songs of the two-episode Chinese blockbuster Red Cliff, Alan performed at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2008. The Japanese versions, "Red Cliff" and "Kuon no Kawa", were recorded for the films' showings in Japan. In April 2009 Alan's ninth single. 3, the highest chart placement for a Chinese artist in Japan. Alan held her first Japan tour in January 2010, taking in Tokyo and Osaka. On February 3, 2010, Alan released a double A-side single, "Diamond/Over the Clouds". "Diamond" was used as the second closing to the anime Inuyasha: The Final Act. While "Over the Clouds" was used as the theme song for the PSP video game, God Eater. On July 23, 2010 Alan performed with a symphonic orchestra at Shibuya Orchard Hall, performing 23 songs in multiple languages, she began using Twitter to communicate directly with fans. In August 2011 alan announced, she held a live in August 2011 in Japan. In October was announced that alan's Chinese label, Avex China and she was transferred to Yuehua Music.
Her first single under the new label called "Wǒ huíláile" was released as digital single in China and Hong Kong and was composed by JJ Lin. Alan starred as the female lead, the "Crystal Goddess", in the September 21st "Bird Nest- Attraction" musical. In June 2012, Alan released her first Chinese album under Yuehua Music, Love Song, which includes 10 new songs produced by some famous C-pop producer like Anson Hu and Yuan Wei Jen, a Japanese version of the album's title song. In 2013, Alan auditioned for the Chinese version of popular TV Show The X-Factor Zhongguo Zui Qiang Yin; when asked of the reason of joining a singing competition show, Alan expressed her disapproval of being known as the singer of theme songs to films and television serials such as Red Cliff, Inuyasha and Bu Bu Jing Xin, decided to have a "new start" to her singing career. Alan past the auditions, however she was eliminated before reaching the final twelve due to her judge Lo Ta-yu's critiquing on Alan's inability to reach high notes and that she wasn't sui
Tropical Cyclone Alan was considered to be one of the worst natural disasters experienced in French Polynesia. The system, first noted as a tropical disturbance on April 17, 1998 east of the Northern Cook Islands moved erratically prior to its designation as Alan upon developing into a tropical cyclone on April 21; the following day, Alan reached its estimated peak intensity with 10-minute maximum sustained wind speeds of 75 km/h, posing several forecasting challenges due to difficulties in establishing its location and intensity. On April 23, Alan appeared to become sheared with the low-level circulation center displaced about 20 km from the nearest atmospheric convection. However, over the next day, after the mid-level trough of low pressure shearing the system moved faster than expected, Alan became better organized. While situated about 555 km west-northwest of the French Polynesian island of Tahiti, the system drifted south-southeastward. Early on April 25, Alan passed near to or over the French Polynesian Society Islands of Maupiti, Bora-Bora, Raiatea.
However, strong wind shear pulled the system apart, with visible imagery confirming the system's degeneration into a depression with a exposed low-level circulation. The system affected French Polynesia with high winds and torrential rain, causing several landslides on the Society Islands; the landslides resulted in the collapse of two bridges, overturned trees, in turn obstructing roads. Overall, ten people died as a result of the system, while thirty others were injured, with a majority of the casualties a result of landslides. On the islands of Raiatea, Taha'a and Huahine, several churches and clinics were damaged, while water and electricity supplies were cut off. On the islands, around 750 houses were destroyed, with 430 and 150 wrecked on Huahine and Ra'iātea, respectively. On April 17, 1998, the Fiji Meteorological Service started to monitor the development of a tropical disturbance east of the Northern Cook Islands. Before the FMS initiated advisories on the system on April 19, the system moved erratically.
Over the next couple of days, the system moved northwards organizing, with gale-force winds developing in its southern quadrant on April 20. Over the next day, the system developed into a category 1 tropical cyclone on the Australian tropical cyclone intensity scale, the FMS subsequently named the system Alan at 1800 UTC. By this time, the cyclone, located about 300 km east-southeast of Manihiki, started to move westwards. On April 22, the FMS estimated that Alan reached its peak intensity with 10-minute maximum sustained wind speeds of 75 km/h, just as the system started to pose several forecasting challenges due to difficulties in establishing its location and intensity; that day the Naval Pacific Meteorology and Oceanography Center started to issue warnings on Alan and accidentally assigned it the designation 32P as opposed to 36P, estimating peak 1-minute sustained wind speeds of 85 km/h. On April 23, the system appeared to become sheared, with the low-level circulation center displaced about 20 km from the nearest atmospheric convection.
As a result, the FMS reported Alan's weakening into a depression, while the NPMOC subsequently issued their final advisory on the system. Over the next day, as a mid-level trough of low pressure shearing Alan moved faster than expected, the depression became better organized and developed favorable upper-level outflow; as a result, the NPMOC initiated advisories on the system again on April 24, that day, the FMS reported that Alan re-intensified into a Category 1 tropical cyclone. While located about 555 km west-northwest of the French Polynesian island of Tahiti, the system moved south-southeastward under the influence of an upper-level anticyclone located to its east. Early on April 25, Alan passed near to or over the French Polynesian Society Islands of Maupiti, Bora-Bora, Ra'iātea; as the system moved near Bora Bora, a maximum wind gust of 147 km/h and a pressure observation of 1002 hPa were recorded, indicating the minimal strength of Alan. It was speculated that squalls within Alan's convective feeder band may have been responsible for the stronger wind gusts.
On April 25, strong wind shear pulled the system apart, with visible imagery revealing a exposed low-level circulation. As a result, the FMS reported that the system weakened into a depression at 1800 UTC that day, while located about 185 km west-northwest of Tahiti; the NPMOC subsequently reissued their final advisory early the next day as the system drifted south-southeastward while located west of Tahiti. Cyclone Alan produced high winds and torrential rain over French Polynesia between April 24 and 25, causing several landslides on the Society Islands, resulting in the collapse of two bridges and obstruction of roads by fallen trees. Damage associated with the system was confined to the Leeward Islands of Bora Bora, Tahaa, Ra'iātea and Huahine, which had all been damaged by Cyclone Osea earlier in the season. Overall, ten people died as a result of the system, while thirty others were injured, with the majority of the casualties occurring due to landslides. On Bora Bora, wind gusts of up to 147 km/h were reported, while on Tahaa, wind gusts of up to 95 km/h were reported.
On the islands of Ra'iātea and Huahine, several churches and clinics were damaged, while water and electricity supplies were cut off. On the islands, around 750 houses were destroyed
Davy is a small lunar impact crater, located on the eastern edge of the Mare Nubium. It was named after British physicist Humphry Davy, it overlies the lava-flooded remains of the satellite crater Davy Y to the east, a formation which contains a crater chain designated Catena Davy. To the southeast of Davy is the prominent crater Alphonsus; the outer rim of Davy is low, the interior has been resurfaced. The perimeter is somewhat polygonal in shape in the western half, the southeast rim has been overlain by Davy A; the latter is bowl-shaped with a notch in the northern rim. The interior of Davy lacks a central peak, although there are some low central mounds and the rim of Davy Y forms a low ridge leading from the northern outer rim; this linear string of 23 tiny craters runs from the midpoint of Davy Y towards the walled basin Ptolemaeus, following a curving course to the east-northeast. It is located at selenographic coordinates 11.0° S, 7.0° W, has a diameter of 50 km. This formation is not believed to be due to secondary cratering because it is not radial to a suitable source crater.
The most cause is believed to be a single body that broke apart prior to impact due to tidal effects. High resolution images have demonstrated that the craters formed at about the same time since the ejecta from each crater does not overlay neighboring craters. However, there are still some scientists who believe that this chain of craters may be volcanic in origin. In 1974, six of the craters in the chain were given "unofficial" names for use in connection with NASA's Topophotomap 77D1S1; these names, listed below, were adopted by the IAU. Their positions in the chain are not distinguished based on their official coordinates, but they are well identified on the topophotomap. By convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater midpoint, closest to Davy. Davy at The Moon Wiki Catena Davy at The Moon Wiki Topophotomap 77D1S1 showing location of minor named features. Davy from NASA / Brown. Lunar Orbiter map and photo of Alphonsus, shows relationship of Davy to Ptolemeus.
Moon map showing position of nearby Alphonsus. Wood, Chuck. "Mistaken Identity". Lunar Photo of the Day. Archived from the original on September 13, 2017. Wood, Chuck. "Spotted Moon". Lunar Photo of the Day. About Catena Davy: Davy's Chain — Lunar Photo of the Day, January 27, 2004, Charles A. Wood. Wood, Chuck. "Jim and Davy". Lunar Photo of the Day. Wood, Chuck. "A Chain of Mystery". Lunar Photo of the Day. Wood, Chuck. "A Long Line in a Clutter of Magnificence". Lunar Photo of the Day. Archived from the original on September 13, 2017