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Sergius Paulus

Lucius Sergius Paulus or Paullus was a Proconsul of Cyprus under Claudius. He appears in Acts 13:6-12, where in Paphos Paul, accompanied by Barnabas and John Mark, overcame the attempts of Bar-Jesus "to turn the proconsul away from the faith" and converted Sergius to Christianity. A boundary stone of Claudius mentioning Sergius was discovered at Rome in 1887, it records the appointment of the Curators of the banks and the channel of the river Tiber, one of whom was Sergius. Since Paul's journey to Cyprus is dated to the first half of the 40s, it is thought Sergius may have first served three years as Proconsul at Cyprus returned to Rome, where he was appointed curator; as he is not greeted in Paul's Epistle to the Romans, it is possible. Some medieval legends have anachronistically identified Sergius Paulus with Paul of Narbonne. Sergius Paulus may have been the first of several successive senators named Lucius Sergius Paullus, of Antioch, including one, consul suffectus around AD 70, another, twice consul, Lucius Sergius Paullus, the father of Sergia Paulla, who married Quintus Anicius Faustus, Legate of Numidia in 198, had Quintus Anicius Faustus Paulinus, governor of Moesia Inferior between 229 and 232.

Anthony Wagner and Progress, Essays in the Genealogical Interpretation of History, Phillimore, 1975. Rutgers Alex CS4. W33

Merc Storia

Merc Storia: Yujutsushi to Suzu no Shirabe is an online free-to-play fantasy role-playing game created by Happy Elements. It was released in Japan in 2014 for iOS devices. An anime television series adaptation by Encourage Films titled Merc Storia: Mukiryoku no Shōnen to Bin no Naka no Shōjo aired from October 11 to December 27, 2018. Yū Voiced by: Mutsumi Tamura Merc Voiced by: Inori Minase Toto Voiced by: Yumiri Hanamori Jamo Voiced by: Chō Princess Sarodia Voiced by: Honoka Inoue Queen Floreida Voiced by: Kikuko Inoue An anime television series adaptation by Encourage Films titled Merc Storia: Mukiryoku no Shōnen to Bin no Naka no Shōjo aired from October 11 to December 27, 2018 on AT-X and other channels; the opening theme is "Origin". Crunchyroll streamed the series; the series was being simulcasted in Indonesia by Ponimu. The series ran for 12 episodes. Anime official website Merc Storia at Anime News Network's encyclopedia

Bulent Hass Dellal

Bülent Hass Dellal is a director and the chairman of the Special Broadcasting Service in Australia. Dellal was born in Melbourne, Australia, to Turkish Cypriot parents, is the eldest of three children, his great-grandfather was the last Ottoman mufti of Cyprus. Dellal's early childhood was spent in Glenroy. Dellal spent his after school hours and weekends helping his father, with the general store they owned in Glenroy, his father devoted his spare time towards assisting Turkish Cypriot immigrants who settled in Australia and helped form the Cyprus Turkish Association. He founded the Cyprus Turkish Islamic Society, was responsible for managing the construction of the Sunshine Mosque. Although the Turkish culture was a strong presence within his household and his siblings found it difficult to speak the language, preferring instead to speak in English, his father decided to move the family to Turkey, so that the children would gain a stronger sense of their culture. In 1962, at the age of 10, Dellal's family sold their assets and moved to Ankara, Turkey but returned to Australia, in 1965, where he spent his secondary school years.

Dellal studied at Merrilands Secondary College and at the Melba Conservatory in Richmond. Once he finished his studies, he became a teacher at a Catholic girl's college. In 1989, Dellal became the founding executive of the Australian Multicultural Foundation, his efforts were recognised in 1997 when he was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia by Queen Elizabeth II for his support of multicultural affairs, the arts and the community. In 2003 he was awarded the Centenary of Federation Medal for his contribution to Australian society. 1997: Medal of the Order of Australia 2003: Centenary of Federation Medal