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  • Alroy — may refer to : * David Alroy (fl. 1160), a Jewish pseudo Messiah born at Amadia in Iraq * Alroy Road Tracks, a Squarepusher album * Alroy, a 1833 Benjamin Disraeli novel, cited in the P. s Correspondence article possibly as alternate history …   Wikipedia

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  • Alroy, David (Menahem ben-Solomon) — (12th century)    Messianic pretender. Born in Amadiya, east of Mosul, Menahem ben Solomon claimed to be king of the Jews. He chose the name David after the Jewish king, while Alroy is a corruption of his Arabic name. This was a period of great… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Alroy Road Tracks — Infobox Album Name = Alroy Road Tracks Type = studio Artist = The Duke Of Harringay Released = 1995 Recorded = Genre = Length = Label = Spymania spy 002 Producer = Tom Jenkinson Reviews = Last album = This album = Next album = Alroy Road Tracks… …   Wikipedia

  • Alroy, David (Ben Solomon, Menahem) — (fl. 12th cent)    Leader of a messianic movement in Kurdistan. He was proclaimed Messiah among the Jews living in the mountains of the north east Caucasus. He was subsequently murdered. He is the subject of The Wondrous Tale of David Alroy by… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • David Alroy — (fl. 1160) was a Jewish pseudo Messiah born in Amadiya, Iraq. David Alroy studied Torah and Talmud under Hisdai the Exilarch, and Ali, the head of the Academy in Baghdad. He was also well versed in Muslim literature and known as a worker of magic …   Wikipedia

  • David Alroy — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Uno de los pseudo mesías judíos más conocidos de la edad media. David Alroy, judío de origen kurdo, nació (circa 1160) en la ciudad de Amadia en la provincia de Dahuk, en la antigua Persia. Y probablemente murió en… …   Wikipedia Español

  • House of Haldane (fictional) — The House of Haldane is a fictional royal family in the Deryni series of historical fantasy novels by Katherine Kurtz. For most of the series, the Haldanes are the ruling family of the Kingdom of Gwynedd, and members of the family most often… …   Wikipedia

  • ANIMALS OF THE BIBLE — < > Bronze figurines of bulls dating from the 12th–10th c. B.C.E., Judea. Photo: Z. Radovan, Jerusalem.   THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF ANIMALS MENTIONED THROUGHOUT THE BIBLE, RANGING FROM THE FANTASTIC, SUCH AS THE GREAT FISH THAT SWALLOWS JONAH, TO THE …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • List of minor characters in the Deryni series — The following is a list of minor characters in the Deryni series of historical fantasy novels by Katherine Kurtz. The 10th century section includes characters from the Legends of Saint Camber and Heirs of Saint Camber trilogies, while the 12th… …   Wikipedia

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