Nicetas

Nicetas or Niketas (Νικήτας), is the name of several people, including: ==Etymology== The name derives from the Greek adjective Νικήτας which means victorious. The adjective Niketas (victorious) derives from Nike (Victory), the Greek goddess. ...
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Nicetas

(from the article `Egypt, ancient`) ...Byzantium still could be threatened by the strength of Egypt if it were properly harnessed. The last striking example is the case of the emperor ...
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Nicetas

[Bishop of Aquileia] Nicetas was the archbishop of Aquileia in the mid-5th century. In 452 he temporarily moved from Aquileia to the island of Grado, as the island was safer from attacks by groups moving west from the Eurasian Steppe into the former lands of the Roman Empire. Saint Nicetas`s feast day is observed on June 22. ...
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Nicetas

[Bogomil bishop] Nicetas, known only from Latin sources who call him ``papa`` Nicetas, is said to have been the Bogomil bishop of Constantinople. In the 1160s he went to Lombardy. His purpose was apparently to reinforce the dualist beliefs of the Cathars of these regions, and, in particular, to throw doubt on the validity of their spiritual...
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Nicetas

[moth] Nicetas is a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family. ...
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