Some articles on conquered:
... They conquered and settled parts of England (known as the Danelaw) under King Sweyn Forkbeard in 1013, Ireland and France where they founded Normandy ... with Sweden breaking off and being re-conquered repeatedly ... resolved on 17 June 1523, as Swedish King Gustav Vasa conquered the city of Stockholm ...
... cultural bridge between Korea and Yamato, conquered by Yamato) Home planet of Amaterasu and its crew ... of the Canaan, enterprising maritime culture, conquered by Persia) Neutral system where Amaterasu sought temporary sanctuary ... of major states during China's warring states era, conquered by Qin) Planet of origin for Captain Wong and Shenlong Gordova (name origin Cordoba, Spain, Spanish city conquered ...
... also South-Slavic), ancestors of Russians Tivertsi, conquered by the Volhynians, and then by the Varangians, ancestors of Ukrainians and Romanians Ulichs, conquered by the Volhynians, and then by ...
... of the Year Adult Erotic Gay Video Awards 2002 - Winner - Best Group Sex Scene (for Conquered) 2002 - Nominated - Best Actor (for Conquered) 2002 - Nominated ...
... From Kermān he entered western Balochistan and conquered the region near the Persian frontiers ... South-western Balochistan was conquered during the campaign in Sistan the same year ... During Caliph Uthman’s reign in 652, Balochistan was re-conquered during the campaign against the revolt in Kermān, under the command of Majasha ibn Masood ...
Famous quotes containing the word conquered:
“Thus passes away all mans life. Men seek rest in a struggle against difficulties; and when they have conquered these, rest becomes insufferable. For we think either of the misfortunes we have or of those that threaten us.”
—Blaise Pascal (16231662)
“And we ask this where truth is,
Of what use is valour and is worth?
For evil has conquered the race,
There is no power but in base men,
Nor any man whom the gods do not hate.”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)
“And now my work is done, which neither the anger of
Jove, nor fire, nor sword, nor the gnawing tooth of time
shall ever be able to undo.... Wherever Romes power
extends over the conquered world, I shall have mention
on mens lips.”
—Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso)