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“The Bible recounts that King Mesha, the ninth-century ruler of neighboring Moab, went to war against the combined forces of Israel, Judah, and Edom.”
“These depictions of luohan are copies of rubbings from stone carvings that — bear with this — copy the copy of a much admired ninth-century painting by the Tang poet and monk Guanxiu.”
“Highlights include a 20-foot high replica of the "Elephant Clock" and a ninth-century darkroom model.”
“Sam Fentress From left: the monk Ananda, from ninth-century China; 'Blue Black' 2000, by Ellsworth Kelly; and the standing Buddha Śākyamuni, from the late sixth-century China.”
“He said it was one of the Machiavellian tales of rulers and ruled, of eaters and eaten, that ninth-century Arabic scribes adapted from earlier story collections during the great Abbasid translation orgy in Iraq.”
“Among the treasures on view are maps, journals, prayer wheels, beads and a rare ninth-century votive plaque from the Pala period.”
“There is also a learned essay about the nickname of the wife of a ninth-century caliph of Baghdad Buran and how she was single-handedly responsible for a range of eggplant dishes that are still eaten in the Middle East.”
“It is inspired by a sculptural panel at Borobudur, a ninth-century Buddhist temple in central Java.”
“The ceremony for the Charlemagne Prize, named for the ninth-century emperor who ruled over much of Western Europe, is a venue for lofty speeches such as Mr. Trichet's about Europe's future.”
“Charlemagne, the ninth-century founder of the empire, had envisaged a universal monarchy for European Christendom and perhaps for all Christendom—the successor of Imperial Rome.”
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