Bessarion

[crater] Just to the north of Bessarion is a smaller crater Bessarion E that also has a relatively high albedo. This crater is sometimes called Virgil, although this name is not officially recognized by the IAU. ==Satellite craters== By convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater mi...
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Bessarion

[designer] Bessarion (stylized as BEssARION) (ბესარიონი; Бессарион) born Besarion Razmadze is a Georgian fashion designer based in Russia. Bessarion was born on August 31, 1978 in Tbilisi. He was named after the Georgian poet Besarion Gabashvili known as Besiki. Bessarion-designed shirts with Georgian inscriptions...
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Bessarion

[TTC] == History == Bessarion opened on 24 November 2002, in the first phase of the Sheppard line. The station is one of the stations originally planned for the Sheppard line. Due to budget overruns that came up on several occasions, there were many suggestions to remove it from the original plan. When the question was raised a last time in...
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Bessarion

Bessarion (besâr'ēun) , 1395?–1472, Byzantine humanist, cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He was a leading figure at the Council of Ferrara-Florence, which he attended as metropolitan of Nicaea. He favored ending the schism between East and West, and when the Orthodox Churc...
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Bessarion

Byzantine humanist and theologian, later a Roman cardinal, and a major contributor to the revival of letters in the 15th century.[3 related articles]
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