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Mabila: The town of Mabila was a small fortress town known to Chief Tuskaloosa in 1540, in a region of present-day central Alabama. The exact location has been debated for centuries. Mabila was a Trojan-horse, fake village concealing over 2500 native warriors, planning to attack the expedition of Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto in 1540.
Mabila a.k.a. Mambila, Nigeria Language is an human language.
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by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain)
Mabila de Mazo, the altar of San Niccolo in the cathedral of Cremona, which we learn from the following inscription upon the two lateral ...
the biographical dictionary of the society for the diffusion of useful knowledge Vol II. Part II. (1843)
Mabila de Mazo, the altar of San Niccolo in the cathedral of" Cremona, which we learn from the following inscription upon the two lateral columns on each side of the altar : — " mcccclxxxxv. Tho. Amico et P.
by Dennis G. Fowler
mabila n.3 no s. - troubles [also mapenzi; see biya]. mabinde n.3 pl. - houses at the west side of the village circle (p). Banacibinde balavwa kumabinde (g) The bridegrooms come out from the houses on the west of the ...
by John LEMPRIERE (D.D.)
l/MAbila. ABFLON, a city osEgypt. ABYssrNu, a large kingdom osAsrica, in Upper Aithiopia, where the Nile takes its rise." The inhabitants are said to be Of Arabian origin, and were little known to the ancients. ACACAL[.
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