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Urban V

(c. 1310—1370)


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Urban V

Urban V, Bl (1309)

Urban V, Bl (1309)

Urban V (c.1310–70)

Urban V, Bl (1309/10–70)

Urban V, Pope (c.1310–1370)

Doshi, Balkrishna V (born 1927), architect, urban planner, teacher

Urban V, Bl. (28 Sept. 1362–19 Dec. 1370)

Urban V, Bl. (28 Sept. 1362–19 Dec. 1370)

Chapter 137  Pope Urban V Is Urged to Ratify the Birgittine Rule Date: 1360s, Rome

Chapter 138 Birgitta Prophesies Pope Urban V's Death if He Returns to Avignon Date: 1370, Rome

Rejecting Mammy: The Urban-Rural Road in the Era of Brown v. Board of Education

European Healthy City Network Phase V: patterns emerging for healthy urban planning

The Politics of Public Housing: Black Women's Struggles Against Urban Inequality. By Rhonda Y. Williams (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004. v plus 306 pp.)

Women and Urban Change in San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1820–1868. By Felix V. Matos Rodriguez (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1999. xi plus 180pp.)

The Sanitary City: Urban Infrastructure in America from Colonial Times to the Present. By Martin V. Melosi (Baltimore & London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000. xii plus 578pp. $59.95)

A comparison of magnetic fields inside and outside high-voltage urban 110-kV power substations with the exposure recommendations of the Ukrainian regulatory authorities

The Right to Life, Democracy and State Responsibility in ‘Urban Guerilla’ Conflict: The European Court of Human Rights Grand Chamber Judgment in Giuliani and Gaggio v Italy

Organic Extracts of Urban Aerosol (≤PM2.5) Enhance rBet v 1-Induced Upregulation of CD63 in Basophils from Birch Pollen–Allergic Individuals

 

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(Guillaume de Grimoard), pope (from 28 Sept. 1362); born Grisac Lozère, France, ca.1310, died Avignon 19 Dec. 1370. Urban spent the first five years of his pontificate in Avignon; after ...

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