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In 1947 Canova married Frances and they had four sons: Dennis Lee, Courtney, Jay, Timothy and one daughter Grace. Josephus reports how John the Baptist created a large movement that came to threaten Herod Antipas. Similar to Herod who wanted to kill Jesus, Hera wanted to kill Hercules. Tacitus, the Roman historian's birth year at 64 C. This one is 50+ years old and that’s right in the sweet spot. She was born in Albany June 19, 1803, and died there March 18, 1894, at the advanced age of ninety years, eight months, twenty-nine days.

Pages: 32

Publisher: Rosen Classroom (January 1, 2004)

ISBN: 0823941906

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