Connie Ellefson's A Genealogist's Guide to Eastern European Names: A Reference PDF

By Connie Ellefson

ISBN-10: 1440331006

ISBN-13: 9781440331008

Genealogists comprehend the price of a reputation and all of the kinfolk heritage info names offers. you can now research extra concerning the jap ecu names on your genealogy with this complete consultant. become aware of the that means of greater than 1,000 Bulgarian names, Czech names, Slovak names, Hungarian names, Latvian names, Lithuanian names, Polish names, Romanian names, and Ukrainian names.You’ll additionally find:

• Naming styles and traditions of jap eu countries
• jap eu emigration patterns
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145. ™ The mahdparinibbdna Sutta m entions six mahdnagaras w hich were populated by many w ealthy people. These w ere C am pa, Rajagaha, Savatthi, Saketa, KosambI and Kasi. 91 T here are examples o f people travelling for professional reasons too. 03 He was also especially sent for by princes and other w ealthy urban dwellers in the large cities once he had established his reputation as a great physician. T he second urbanization T h e expansion o f agriculture and, consequently, o f the econom y as a w hole was a major factor in the new phenom enon o f urbaniza­ tion.

187 Milindapanha, tr. B. H orner, Questions o f King Milinda, Vol. I, p. 6. 188 -p ^ Rhys Davids, Buddhist India, p. 69. 189 % Veda, X , 136. 190 G, C. Pande, Studies in the Origins o f Buddhism, p. 258. 191 S. D utt, Early Buddhist Monachism, p. 56. R . Bhandarkar, Some Aspects o f Ancient Indian Culture, p. 53. Environment at the Tim e o f the Buddha 37 m undane A ryan tradition, it could not be completely wiped out. A fter rem aining dorm ant for a while it seems to have re-em erged w ith fresh vigour and vitality at the time o f the Buddha.

II, p. 286. 10,1 Cullavagga, pp. 239-49. 107 Parajika, p. 321. 108 Mahavagga, pp. 204-49. 109 Parajika, p. 348. uo PSdttiya, p. 221. , II, p. 371. m CuWavaosa, pp. 195ff. , 1, p. 52. 23 liHvironment «( the Time of the Buddha M u i other settlement* such ai the gdma, nigama and nagara. According to Wagle,114 although the gdma is treated as being equivalent to a village, in practice it was merely the smallest unit o f M ttkmcnt and could imply a ward, a hamlet, or even a temporary settlement. A nigama represented a settlement which was between a gim a and nagara and represented a large and more complex unit then the gdma.

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