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Khirbet Qana (grid: 178/247) is one of the locations in Galilee that researchers consider as a possibility for the biblical town of Cana, where Jesus turned water into wine at the Wedding at Cana. Crusader maps have been cited as evidence identifying Khirbet Qana with the biblical Cana. The writings of Burchard of Mount Sion have also linked Khirbet Qana with Cana. By the medieval period, texts from Christian pilgrims reveal Khirbet Qana was associated with the biblical Cana during that period, including the account of the English merchant Saewulf in the 12th century.

In the 17th century, Francisco Quaresimus concluded that Kafr Kanna was the biblical Cana, as it had a church, while Khirbet Qana did not. However, the fact that the main road from Sepphoris to Tiberias passed Kafr Kanna rather than Khirbet Qana, may have been a factor in this decision. Historical geographer, Samuel Klein, also thought that the ancient Cana was to be identified with the Arab village of Kafr Kanna, but that the nearby ruin of Khirbet Qana (which bears the same name) was actually a different village, which Klein thought to be Kefar 'Aris (Heb. ) mentioned in the Tosefta (Kelim Baba-Metsia 11:2), and said to be mentioned by Josephus in The Jewish War under the name Garis, a town situated not far from Sepphoris. The Greek word used in this toponym is Greek: , the Gamma said to be of the same ancient usage as found in Greek transcriptions of Gaza and Gabara . The ruin is situated about 4 kilometres (2.5mi) east of Sepphoris. Today, scholars are again focusing on Khirbet Qana as the site for the biblical Cana.

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Rudolf was married twice. First, in 1251, to Gertrude of Hohenberg and second, in 1284, to Isabelle of Burgundy, daughter of Hugh IV, Duke of Burgundy. All children were from the first marriage.

Matilda (c. 1253, Rheinfelden 23 December 1304, Munich), married 1273 in Aachen to Louis II, Duke of Bavaria and became mother of Rudolf I, Count Palatine of the Rhine and Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor.

Albert I of Germany (July 1255 1 May 1308), Duke of Austria and also of Styria.

Catherine (1256 4 April 1282, Landshut), married 1279 in Vienna to Otto III, Duke of Bavaria who later (after her death) became the disputed King Bela V of Hungary and left no surviving issue.

Agnes Gertrude (ca. 1257 11 October 1322, Wittenberg), married 1273 to Albert II, Duke of Saxony and became the mother of Rudolf I, Duke of Saxe-Wittenberg.

Hedwig (c. 1259 26 January 1285/27 October 1286), married 1270 in Vienna to Otto VI, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel and left no issue.

Clementia (c. 1262 after 7 February 1293), married 1281 in Vienna to Charles Martel of Anjou, the Papal claimant to the throne of Hungary

Hartmann (1263, Rheinfelden 21 December 1281), drowned in Rheinau.

Rudolf II, Duke of Austria and Styria (1270 10 May 1290, Prague), titular Duke of Swabia, father of John the Parricide of Austria.

Judith of Habsburg (Jutte/Bona) (13 March 1271 18 June 1297, Prague), married 24 January 1285 to King Wenceslaus II of Bohemia and became the mother of king Wenceslaus III of Bohemia, Poland and Hungary, of queen Anne of Bohemia (12901313), duchess of Carinthia, and of queen Elisabeth of Bohemia (12921330), countess of Luxembourg.

Samson (before 19 Oct 1275 died young).

Charles (14 February 1276 16 August 1276).Rudolf's last legitimate agnatic descendant was Maria Theresa, Holy Roman Empress (17171780), by Albert I of Germany's fourth son Albert II, Duke of Austria.

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Mastos of table glass

A mastos (Greek, , "breast"; plural mastoi) is an ancient Greek drinking vessel shaped like a woman's breast. The type is also called a parabolic cup, and has parallel examples made of glass or silver. Examples are primarily in black-figure or white ground technique, though early examples may be red-figure. A mastos typically has two handles and a "nipple" at the bottom, though some examples have a foot as a base instead. A mastoid cup is conical, but with a flat bottom, with or without handles.

The handles of a mastos may be paired horizontally, but they may also be arranged with one horizontal, and one vertical like the handle of a mug. The vertical handle would have facilitated drinking from the relatively deep vessel, in contrast to the more shallow kylix. Having one handle turned at a different angle may also have been a device for hanging the cup when it had the pointed base.

In some archaeological contexts, the breast-like shape of the cup suggests ritual functions. Mastoi and votive representations of breasts are found as offerings (vota) at sanctuaries of deities such as Diana and Hercules, both of whom in ancient Roman religion had functions pertaining to birth, nursing, and rearing children. The dedications were sometimes made by wet nurses. The breast-shaped cup may have a religious significance; the drinking of breast milk by an adult who is elderly or about to die symbolized potential rebirth in the afterlife. In the Etruscan tradition, the goddess Juno (Uni) offers her breast to Hercules as a sign that he may enter the ranks of the immortals.

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Basilica of Our Lady of Piat

This site is visited by Roman Catholic pilgrims and is believed to exhibit miracles. The Basilica Minore of Our Lady of Piat is one of only 13 minor basilicas in the Philippines. It is distinguished as the home of the venerated Black Virgin Mary. The interior contains curved ceilings made of wood with historical images and accounts along the tops of the walls. Verandas inside the church add to the shrine's elegance. On the altar lies the Blessed Virgin Mary covered in glass. At the back of the church is a staircase leading to a window opening onto the back of the Virgin Mary where devotees can touch the dress of Our Lady.Bukal ng Buhay

This spring allegedly bestows miracles and blessings. On April 2005 the spring started to draw crowds of devotees along with the woman who dreamed of the Miraculous Lady of Visitation of Piat. 10 years earlier while working abroad she received a dream where it was insisted that she personally go to Piat to look for the hidden spring near the sanctuary on the hill where the Miraculous Lady was being enshrined. From that day on the spring became a crowd attraction, even drawing people from the medical fields. Devotees share stories on how they get healed of their ailments or recover from their surgical operations after drinking and washing themselves with the miraculous water drawn from this Bukal ng Buhay. The bukal was featured on several television documentaries in the Philippines such as Rated K and Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho.

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Construction of "New" Harrison Hall of table glass

On April 29, 1957, the State Department of Industrial Relations condemned any further instructional use of Harrison Hall after a building inspection. As a result, Miami allocated resources to many of the academic divisions housed within Harrison Hall to other buildings on campus including Bonham House and Ogden Hall. After this, plans for the new Harrison Hall began, which were decided upon on February 1, 1958 by the Board of Trustees. The Board stated that the new Harrison Hall should be devoted to classroom purposes and that it would house the departments of Sociology and Anthropology, Psychology, Government, and the Scripps Foundation. Bids for the construction of the new building were received on October 17, 1958 by the State Architects Office in Columbus and construction began in January. The cornerstone was laid on May 9, 1959 and was presided by the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Hugh C. Nichols. A strike that began on June 8, 1959 interrupted the construction of the building, which was later completed in 1960.

The new Harrison Hall was designed to resemble the old building, and is only about 60 percent as large as Old Main, yet it actually has more space for students and for activities. A memorandum by then President John D. Millett on April 3, 1959 discussed the potential distribution of rooms and offices within the new Harrison Hall, also stating which departments would be housed within the building. The official dedication of Harrison Hall occurred on October 8, 1960, which occurred inside one of the three lecture rooms featured within the building. The Chairman of the Board of Trustees, E.W. Nippert, presided over the ceremony, while James H. Maloon represented the State of Ohio. Harrison Hall is 40,000 square feet (3,700m2) and cost $1,004,000 to build.

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Personal life of table glass

Van der Gijp was married from 1988 until 1995 to Jacqueline Laats, the mother of his first son, Sanny (born 1990). In 2014, Laats published a book about their marriage called Voorgoed genezen van Ren van der Gijp ("Cured for good from Ren van der Gijp"). In the book, the ex-wife describes her turbulent marriage to van der Gijp in which she claims to have been mentally and physically abused. Van der Gijp did not respond in-depth to the allegations.

After his marriage, van der Gijp was in a LAT relationship with Danille Sijthoff, the daughter of former cyclist Theo Sijthoff, who died in 2006. They had one child, Jacky (born 2001). In March 2016, Danille Sijthoff died at the age of 46.

On 27 April 2020, the night of Koningsdag, van der Gijp was attacked in front of his home in Dordrecht by three men dressed in black with white masks and equipped with hammers, after he had arrived home from a live broadcast of Veronica Inside. The perpatrators were unable to cause him any harm due to the bulletproof glass in his car. Two months before the robbery, van der Gijp's home was broken into. He reacted quite laconic about this at the time. Van der Gijp called the police, as well as his son to tell him to stay inside and drove around until the police arrived. The police since stated that they would address the issue, and the mayor of Dordrecht also took this situation very seriously. Van der Gijp hired extra security guards after the incident.

Van der Gijp married Minouche de Jong on 16 July 2020.

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Early years of table glass

Cordner was the third of four sons to Edward "Ted" Cordner and Margaret Constance ne Pruen. Like his father, Cordner and his brothers Ted (1919-1996), Don (1922-2009) and John (1929-2016) were also notable sportsmen. All of them represented Melbourne Grammar School, University Blacks and Melbourne in Australian rules football.

Cordner made his senior football debut in Round 5 of the 1943 VFL season against Richmond at Punt Road Oval while on leave from the Royal Australian Navy. It would be the only time he lined up with his older brothers Don and Ted. Cordner was flattened five seconds into the match, but recovered and went on to kick two goals in a losing cause. His next VFL game would be five years later, in the famous 1948 VFL Grand Final.

Cordner was also a capable cricketer, known for his bowling. In an Intervarsity match at the University Oval in Sydney in 1949, he took nine wickets (six of those in the second innings) for the match to help Melbourne beat Sydney.

Cordner played in the ruck in the Melbourne premiership teams in the 1948, 1955 and 1956.

In September 1981, Cordner was appointed Australian Consul-General in New York. He took up the post in March 1982. Cordner's wife Pat was mugged on her first day out in New York city. In March 1984, Cordner was asked to return to Australia within three months.

Cordner died of coronary heart disease on 17 October 1990 at his home in East Kew, and was buried in Point Lonsdale Cemetery. He was survived by his wife and two daughters

He was posthumously named in the Melbourne's "Team of the Century" in 2000 as the starting ruckman.

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