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  1. El catafracto (del latín cataphractus, y este del griego κατάφρακτος, katáphraktos, de κατά ‘totalmente’ y φρακτός ‘cubierto, protegido’) era una unidad de caballería pesada en la que tanto el jinete como el caballo portaban armadura.

  2. Nomos como organización territorial. La misma palabra, «nomos», servía a los griegos antiguos para nombrar el concepto básico de la organización territorial del Antiguo Egipto, que en egipcio se denominaba «hesp» o «sepat».

  3. The Seljuks won the battle of Manzikert in 1071, and then conquered most of the rest of Anatolia, wresting it from the Byzantine Empire. This was one of the impetuses for the First Crusade (1095–1099). The Seljuk empire began to decline in the 1140s, and by 1194 had been supplanted by the Khwarazmian Empire.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Karl_NesslerKarl Nessler - Wikipedia

    In 1902, Nessler patented another invention, artificial eyebrows, in the United Kingdom. He moved to London and married Katharina Laible. Though the perm was an immediate success in London, it was not well received at a demonstration for leading hairdressers held on October 8, 1906, perhaps because Nessler's English colleagues resented his competition for their regular customers.