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Palmyra at Sunrise Ancient city, Syria, northeast of Damascus, at the modern city of Tadmur. Said to have been built by King Solomon, it became prominent in the 3rd century BC, when the Seleucid dynasty made the road through Palmyra one of the routes of east-west trade. Under Roman control by the reign of Tiberius, it briefly regained autonomy in the 3rd century AD under the Arab queen Zenobia. The main military station on the road that linked Damascus to the Euphrates River, it was conquered by the Muslims in 634. Palmyra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Palmyra Fireworks Goes Wrong 2 From another angle, shows the fireworks show goes wrong 22 minutes into the show. The entire grand finale goes off in seconds. Moments after the blast, the workers can be seen running away from the blast site, meanwhile more fireworks go off. You then hear people clapping, they thought it was part of the show. Stay with the video to hear our comments during the aftermath, even though my camera went out of focus. At the end you see the fireman have arrived and are talking with the showmen.
Palmyra, Syria Ancient city, Syria, northeast of Damascus, at the modern city of Tadmur. Said to have been built by King Solomon, it became prominent in the 3rd century BC, when the Seleucid dynasty made the road through Palmyra one of the routes of east-west trade. Under Roman control by the reign of Tiberius, it briefly regained autonomy in the 3rd century AD under the Arab queen Zenobia. The main military station on the road that linked Damascus to the Euphrates River, it was conquered by the Muslims in 634. Palmyra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Jodie Holland: Palmyra live from BLURT TV studios Jolie Holland, live in the BLURT TV studios. Nov, 2008 "Palmyra," from her latest album The Living and the Dead (Anti) Directed and photographed by Brendan Canty and Christoph Green, Trixie DVD ()
2003 Palmyra vs. QND Football Great Palmyra Panther Football game vs. QND.
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Palmyra-Eagle Band.mp4 The Palmyra-Eagle Community Band is from the Palmyra and Eagle Wisconsin area. The all-volunteer band played its first concert on Flag Day, June 14, 1993. The current 30 members under the direction of Ed Pierce of Fort Atkinson, WI plays a variety of music from the turn of the century to present. Mr. Pierce has been a director for over 30 years, and this year was part of a team of technical advisors for the United States Marine Band on Civil War Music. A soloist for Time Life Music and a guest conductor of Civil War Music in Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina, Mr. Pierce has written several articles on Civil War bands and has researched and written jacket notes for eight albums for the 1st Brigade Band. Mr. ED, as his friends know him, has also been music consultant for Old World Wisconsin and has appeared in three films: The Exquisite Risk of Civil War Brass, Mark Twains America for IMAX films and Welcome to Old World Wisconsin.
in arab lands - palmyra, syria 2003 video clips from upcoming 2008 documentary '4NQ8' featuring american band 'circus guy' on us state dept sponsored good will tour of middle eastern countries... location: palmyra - an ancient roman site in syria near the iraq border. circus guy tour, sept 2003: michael culhane th culhane stephen cass peter padua james dean conklin videography: james dean & peter padua
Position Music - Knights of Palmyra (New 2011) Position Music - Knights of Palmyra ( 2011) - Album Volume 6: Vendetta - Composer Jo Blankenburg - Best Album 2011 !!! Vendetta = Legend by Two Steps From Hell :D !!
Tacony Palmyra Bridge from NJ to PA via Levick Street, to the Roosevelt Blvd. there was a record breaking Nor'easter blizzard on February 5th 2010 and another one on the way for the 9th and this is what Philadelphia PA and Southern NJ looked like between the two storms.
Dappa - "Tip Toe" - Palmyra Street Productions The Summer Jam for 2009 & beyond. Dappa Tip Toe will surely make you get up and dance. Nadiyah Skyy Nadiyahskyy@ Web: www.pspstudio.me Myspace: /msnadiyahskyy Facebook: Nadiyahskyy@ Youtube: /user/NadiyahSkyy
palmyra fireworks 2010 gone bad local news reporting palmyra celebrated it's 250th anniversary with a fireworks display on 7/4/2010. During the grand finale tradegy struck. Further research by myself the same company that ran the fireworks display had a simular incident occur in 2007 in Vienna, VA. The company was fined in that case. You can find that video by searching Vienna, VA fireworks here on Youtube
Global Treasures PALMYRA Syria GTR-DVD-1260 - The ruins of the ancient city of Palmyra rise up into the desert sky of Syria. The Hadrian Gate was built in the second century AD and highlights the glorious past of this once important trading metropolis in the Near East. Flanked by columns, a majestic twelve hundred metre long avenue was once Palmyra's main street. As with many of the city's other buildings it also has an impressive theatre that dates back to the second century AD and was discovered in the 1950's. For some years it has once again served as a place of entertainment as each spring it features a festival. Close to the Agora, once a farmer's market, is Palmyra's striking main landmark, the Tetrapylon that forms the junction between the main avenue and a side road that leads to the city's Necropolis. The subterranean Hypogaum Of The Three Brothers contains almost four hundred burial corridors and numerous artistic sculptures and frescos. From the seventh century AD the magnificent trading metropolis gradually fell into decline and was almost completely wiped from the map. Thankfully however, today the atmospheric ruins serve as a reminder of Palmyra's glorious past.Global Treasures - History's Most Protected Monuments - Heritage is our legacy from the past, what we live today, and what we pass on to future generations. our cultural and natural heritage are both irreplaceable sources of life and inspiration. Places as unique and diverse as the wilds of East Africa's Serengeti, the Pyramids of ...
Site of Palmyra An oasis in the Syrian desert, north-east of Damascus, Palmyra contains the monumental ruins of a great city that was one of the most important cultural centres of the ancient world. From the 1st to the 2nd century, the art and architecture of Palmyra, standing at the crossroads of several civilizations, married Graeco-Roman techniques with local traditions and Persian influences.
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The Shoe Factory Apartments For Rent - Palmyra, PA Palmyra apartments - The Shoe Factory apartments for rent in Palmyra, PA. Get into the swing of things! Call 877.878.3816 or Visit for apartment prices, pictures, videos, floorplans, availability. In 1886, Jacob Landis chose central Pennsylvania as the perfect fit for the new factory that was to house the J. Landis Shoe Company. Noted for its impressive architecture, it was, and still is, a beacon in Palmyra's town center. In 1982, Historic Landmarks for Living transformed this proud old relic into a fashionable apartment community. The Shoe Factory is a massive building with solid brick construction and huge arched windows. Great care was taken to preserve the significant architectural details of old and complement them with contemporary amenities. The restored lobby features a glass-walled tower pavilion with quarry tile floors, split-level design, and rich, oak trim. The innovative apartments are just as impressive, with oversized windows and high ceilings for plenty of natural light. Exposed brick, timber beams and columns are examples of the building's original purpose. And such features as gourmet kitchens, plush wall-to-wall carpeting, and decorative lighting make The Shoe Factory a desirable living landmark. If you're looking to enjoy outdoor possibilities, you can hike, bike, hunt, fish, camp, canoe, and ride horseback in the great outdoors. You can picnic in neighboring state parks, shop the incredible outlets, antique stores, and farmer's ...
"Desert ruins in Palmyra" Juliank's photos around Palmyra, Syria A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Palmyra, Syria by TravelPod blogger Juliank titled "Desert ruins in Palmyra" Juliank's travel blog entry: "Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (November 19, 20 & 21) The bus to Palmyra was nothing too exciting, however we did stop for a group of a few hundred wild camels roaming the desert and crossing the road, can't say I've seen that before. Some brief history on Palmyra before I start talking about the place. Palmyra is regarded as one of the world's premier historical and archaeological sites. Whilst the site of Palmyra has been inhabited for around 4000 years, the city really began to prosper as a Roman outpost that connected the desert trade route to both the east and the west. In 256 AD the city became independent of the Roman empire, and came under the control of Queen Zenobia after her husband was assassinated (who many suspect her of having a hand in). Queen Zenobia successfully defeated the Roman army on numerous occasions and she soon came to control Syria, Palestine and part of Egypt. Eventually the Romans regained control of the region and besieged Palmyra itself, where Queen Zenobia was captured and carted off back to Rome. Following this the city changed hands numerous times but never regained its past splendour, and became uninhabited from about 600 AD onwards. We all arrived in Palmyra late afternoon and therefore only had about 30 minutes or so to initially explore the site. Initial impressions were very ...
Palmyra Atoll, CASTAWAY, Dead Center South Pacific! All the Vid is real, the scenes depicted may be or may not be contrived. By the third month on the Atoll, I was seeing hula girls swaying under the palms! So my fantasy life grew on it's own. I spent four months on Palmyra from Thanksgiving 07 to the end of February 08. Everyone who wants it should have this kind of experience! Welcome to Palmyra Atoll where??? Take your finger and place in the MIDDLE of the Pacific Ocean, yup, there's where this video was recorded by yours truly, Michael E. Murray. Who am I??? A no-buddy, but yet a, some buddy on that particular tour with the Nature Conservancy. I took hundreds of pictures and videos during my four month stay on the Atoll. It was AN INCREDIBLE time! Visit my web site for more information and inCITE on this opportunity of a LIFE TIME!!.
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Palmyra Atoll - Pacfic Ocean Some pictures was taken from google earth.
Palmyra - تدمر, Syria 2010 Palmyra (Arabic: تدمر Tadmur) was an ancient Aramaic city, In ancient times it was an important city of central Syria, located in an oasis 215 km northeast of Damascus and 180 km southwest of the Euphrates at Deir ez-Zor. It has long been a vital caravan city for travellers crossing the Syrian desert and was known as the Bride of the Desert. The earliest documented reference to the city by its Semitic name Tadmor, Tadmur or Tudmur (which means "the town that repels" in Amorite and "the indomitable town" in Aramaic.) is recorded in Babylonian tablets found in Mari. Though the ancient site fell into disuse after the 16th century, it is still known as Tadmor in Arabic, and there is a newer town next to the ruins of the same name. The Palmyrenes constructed a series of large-scale monuments containing funerary art such as limestone slabs with human busts representing the deceased. In the mid first century CE, Palmyra, a wealthy and elegant city located along the caravan routes linking Persia with the Mediterranean ports of Roman Syria and Phoenicia, came under Roman control. (See below.) During the following period of great prosperity, the Aramaean and Arab inhabitants of Palmyra adopted customs and modes of dress from both the Parthian world to the east and the Graeco-Roman west. Tadmor is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible (Second Book of Chronicles 8:4) as a desert city built (or fortified) by the King Solomon of Judea, the son of David. In the First Book of Kings (9:18) is ...
The Palmyra Whale.m4v SUCCESSFUL WHALE RESCUE AT JAMAICA'S PALMYRA RESORT & SPA ROSE HALL, MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA -- A pilot whale, estimated to be about 15 feet long and weighting 1200 pounds, yesterday beached in the white sand swimming cove of Jamaicas luxurious Palmyra Resort and Spa. According to Palmyra's General Manager Lester Scott the mammal, which appeared to be disoriented, was spotted at about 11:55 am swimming in the shallow waters in close proximity to the resort's beach. Curious staff members from the Palmyra Resort were on hand to get a look at the mammal while it stayed in the shallow waters for almost half-an-hour. Marine Mammal specialist Deloy Peharie (left) and a landscape architect Kevin Rosen helped the pilot whale out into the ocean. But after several attempts -- with the assistance of two marine mammal specialists from a nearby resort -- the mammal was successfully guided into the deep waters.
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Palmyra (Tadmor تدمر in Syria) at sunset and sunrise Palmyra (Tadmor تدمر in Syria) at sunset and sunrise... Palmyra was in ancient times an important city of central Syria, located in an oasis 215 km northeast of Damascus and 120 km southwest of the Euphrates. It has long been a vital caravan city for travellers crossing the Syrian desert and was known as the Bride of the Desert. The earliest documented reference to the city by its pre-Semitic name Tadmor, Tadmur or Tudmur, is recorded in Babylonian tablets found in Mari. In the mid-first century, Palmyra, a wealthy and elegant city located along the caravan routes linking Persia with the Mediterranean ports of Roman Syria and Phoenicia, came under Roman control. During the following period of great prosperity, the Aramaean inhabitants of Palmyra adopted customs and modes of dress from both the Iranian Parthian world to the east and the Graeco-Roman west. Palmyra was made part of the Roman province of Syria during the reign of Tiberius. It steadily grew in importance as a trade route linking Persia, India, China, and the Roman empire. In 129, Hadrian visited the city and was so enthralled by it that he proclaimed it a free city and renamed it Palmyra Hadriana. Beginning in 212, Palmyra's trade diminished as the Sassanids occupied the mouth of the Tigris and the Euphrates. Septimius Odaenathus, a Prince of Palmyra, was appointed by Valerian as the governor of the province of Syria. After Valerian was captured by the Sassanids and died in captivity in Bishapur, Odaenathus ...
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Hōkūle'a: Approaching Palmyra As Hōkūle'a and her escort boat Kama Hele approached Palmyra Atoll, the crews of both vessels were overjoyed to see the water teaming with life. Pods of dolphins and melon headed whales escorted the vessels to Palmyra. In this video Captain Bruce explains how we will approach the atoll to ensure that we do not damage the encircling reef. The Hōkūle'a was sailing toPalmyra Atoll 1000 miles south of Hawai'i as training for the Hōkūle'a Wolrdwide Voyage in which the traditional Hawaiian canoe will circumnavigate the Earth using ancient Polynesian navigation techniques. The crew carry with them the idea that we are all crew members on Canoe Earth and, just as on Hōkūle'a, we need to care for one another an our resources.
Palmyra Atoll Thanksgiving Day Parade 2010 (low res)
Palmyra a personal impression of Palmyra in Syria (May 1994)
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Palmyra a video I created for Jolie Holland's 'Palmyra' blustery winter afternoon... I do not own the any of the images included in this video. Lyrics: Only a few old petals left, from the rose that touched your hand My little heart is a graveyard, it's a no man's land You could tell I didn't care. You kept pushing till I did Woke up in a pit of despair on your bed, And I wondered how I could do without you How absurd Put my lipstick back on. Looked myself in the eye I'm headed out in the cold, hard world And I'm getting very good at saying my goodbyes My goodbyes Can you read the inscription? It seems to once have said "He better take me with him When he goes I'm good as dead" Put some roses on the stones. Look your friends in the eye If nothing else we've got that old second line And I'll dance at your funeral if you dance at mine You dance at mine They took it all and I don't care. I already said my farewell Sweet Palmyra and old Ninth Ward Hard to hit that long, hard road that passes straight through Hell Straight through Hell I wish you well, sweet Palmyra
"Desert ruins of Palmyra, norias of Hama, & castles" Diannemurray's photos around Palmyra, Syria A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Palmyra, Syria by TravelPod blogger Diannemurray titled "Desert ruins of Palmyra, norias of Hama, & castles" Diannemurray's travel blog entry: "Diary 7 Palmyra, Hama and Crusader castles Friday 14th May 2010 Damascus -- Palmyra (Tadmor to the locals) We're taking the bus for the three-hour trip to Palmyra (current population 50000), which is out in the desert. From early times it was a staging post for caravans travelling between the Mediterranean, Mesopotamia and Arabia, and was also an important link on the old Silk Route between China and India to Europe. It's now famous for its ruins, mostly from the 2nd century AD. The road is pretty flat, with some mountains, mainly on the left side. Wide, flat valleys tend to have some greenery in the low point, not really a watercourse. Other areas are sandy and devoid of green. There are some pretty desperate-looking homesteads off the road, and all seem to have a well-used diesel pump set beside them, as the only water seems to be underground. Towns on the way are very frontier-looking, with mosques and little else of note. We pass a couple of picturesque "Baghdad Cafes", one with beehive houses beside it, and some interesting road signs to Iraq and Baghdad, including one showing 152 kms (we're NOT tempted, unlike the Lebanon signs earlier). Closer to Palmyra, we enter a more mountainous and drier region, until we come over a hill, and, there in front of us is the Citadel ...
Hōkūle'a: Palmyra Atoll Mahalo to the Nature Conservancy for this stunning video of the waters off of Palmyra Atoll. Hōkūle'a and her escort boat Kama Hele were privileged to visit Palmyra as part of their first deep-ocean training mission for the Hōkūle'a Worldwide Voyage. During the Worldwide Voyage, the iconic Hawaiian voyagingcanoe will circumnavigate the Earth using Polynesian navigation techniques. The crew carry with them the idea that we are all crew members on Canoe Earth and, just as on Hōkūle'a, we need to care for one another an our resources.
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Palmyra Delran "Lies For You" Music Video This is the video for Palmyra Delran's new single "Lies For You" Look for a full-length from Delran, You Are What You Absorb, in 2011 exclusively premiered a second single, "Shut Out".Listen here:
"Palmyra: Roman ruins in the desert" Technotrekker's photos around Palmyra, Syria A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Palmyra, Syria by TravelPod blogger Technotrekker titled "Palmyra: Roman ruins in the desert" Technotrekker's travel blog entry: "Situated on an eastern arterial road about 130km from Homs is the ancient Greco-Roman city of Palmyra, Syria's premier tourist attraction and one of the world's best preserved ruin sites. Initially a caravan town for 1000 years until around the birth of Christ, it became such an important Greek outpost that the Romans annexed it in the early 3rd century AD. Why in the middle of nowhere? Both the old and new cities lie on the edge of a substantial oasis that has sprung up out of the flat and desolate desert around, ensuring a steady supply of artesian water. As a tourist bonus, it makes for a spectacular setting instead of the cramped, built-around feel you get at many other historic sites. And despite being a little 'ruined out' by now it is a stunning place, so through dusty and occasionally very hot weather I spent most of the little time allocated for Palmyra in sandy wastes to see for myself. You can divide the sights into three categories - the ancient city, the separate but accessible funerary towers that dot adjoining valleys, and the Arab castle that overlooks all below. Three interesting and diverse attractions that definitely keep you occupied for a couple of days. Surprisingly, entry into the majority of the ancient city is free so you can wander this to your heart's content and ...
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