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Ibagué - (IBAGUENSIS) Suffragan of Bogotá, in the Republic of Colombia, South America. Owing to ...
Ibar, Saint - A pre- Patrician Irish saint, who laboured in the present County Wexford from 425 to 450, ...
Ibarra - (IBARRENSIS) Diocese in Southern Ecuador, suffragan of Quito, created by Pius IX , 29 ...
Ibas - (Syriac IHIBA or HIBA, i.e. DONATUS) Elected Bishop of Edessa in 439 as successor of ...
Iberville, Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur d' - Founder of the colony of Louisiana, b. at Villemarie, Montreal, 16 July, 1661; d. at Havana, 9 ...
Ibora - A titular see in the Province of Helenopont, suffragan of Amasia. The primitive name of the ...
Iceland - The island called Iceland, which, though really a part of America, is considered, because of its ...
Ichthys (Fish), Symbolism of the - Among the symbols employed by the primitive Christians, that of the fish ranks probably first in ...
Iconium - A titular see of Lycaonia. Xenophon (Anab., I, ii, 19) says that it is the easternmost town of ...
Iconoclasm - Iconoclasm ( Eikonoklasmos , "Image-breaking") is the name of the heresy that in the eighth ...
Iconography, Christian - The science of the description, history, and interpretation of the traditional representations ...
Iconostasis - (Gr. eikonostasion, eidonostasis , picture screen, from eikon , image, picture, and histemi ...
Idaho - (Probably from an Arapahoe Indian word, "Gem of the Mountains"), the name first suggested for the ...
Idatius of Lemica - ( Also IDATIUS; LEMICA is more correctly LIMICA.) A chronicler and bishop, born at the end ...
Idea - (Latin idea, forma, species; Greek idea , eidos , from idein , to see; French ...
Idealism - In discussing this term and its meaning, reference must be had to the cognate expressions, ...
Ideas, Association of - (1) A principle in psychology to account for the succession of mental states; (2) the basis ...
Idioms, Communication of - ("Communication of Idioms"). A technical expression in the theology of the Incarnation. It ...
Idiota - (RAYMUNDUS JORDANUS) The nom de plume of an ancient, learned, and pious writer whose ...
Idolatry - (Greek eidololatria .) Idolatry etymologically denotes Divine worship given to an image, ...
Idumea - The country inhabited by the descendants of Edom. The word Idumea is the græcized form ...
Iglesias de la Casa, José - A Spanish of the coterie gathered about Meléndez, Valdés, born at Salamanca, 31 ...
Iglesias, Diocese of - (ECCLESIENSIS) A suffragan of Cagliari in Sardinia. The city of Iglesias is situated near ...
Ignacio de Azevedo, Blessed - Born at Oporto, Portugal, 1528; died near Palma, one of the Canary Islands, 15 July, 1570. He ...
Ignatius Loyola, Saint - Youngest son of Don Beltrán Yañez de Oñez y Loyola and Marina Saenz de Lieona ...
Ignatius of Antioch, Saint - Also called Theophorus ( ho Theophoros ); born in Syria, around the year 50; died at Rome ...
Ignatius of Constantinople, Saint - Born about 799; died 23 October, 877; son of Emperor Michael I and Procopia. His name, originally ...
Igneus, Blessed Peter - (Peter Aldobrandini.) An Italian monk of the Benedictine congregation of the ...
Ignorance - ( Latin in , not, and gnarus , knowing) Ignorance is lack of knowledge about a thing in a ...
IHS - A monogram of the name of Jesus Christ . From the third century the names of our Saviour are ...
Ildephonsus, Saint - Archbishop of Toledo; died 23 January, 667. He was born of a distinguished family and was a ...
Illegitimacy - As generally defined, and as understood in this article, illegitimacy denotes the condition of ...
Illinois - One of the United States of America , bounded on the north by Wisconsin, on the west by the ...
Illinois Indians - (Illinois, through the French, from Illini-wek, i.e., men ; the name used by themselves). An ...
Illtyd, Saint - (Or ILTUTUS.) Flourished in the latter part of the fifth and beginning of the sixth century, ...
Illuminated Manuscripts - I. ORIGIN A large number of manuscripts are covered with painted ornaments which may be ...
Illuminati - The name assumed by the members of a secret society founded by Adam Weishaupt in 1776. ...
Illuminati - (Alumbrados.) The name assumed by some false mystics who appeared in Spain in the sixteenth ...
Illuminative Way - The word state is used in various senses by theologians and spiritual writers. It may be ...
Illyria - A district of the Balkan Peninsula, which has varied in extent at different periods. To the Greek ...
Iltutus, Saint - (Or ILTUTUS.) Flourished in the latter part of the fifth and beginning of the sixth century, ...
Images, Veneration of - I. IMAGES IN THE OLD TESTAMENT The First Commandment would seem absolutely to forbid the making ...
Imagination - ITS NATURE Imagination is the faculty of representing to oneself sensible objects independently ...
Imbonati, Carlo Giuseppe - Cistercian of the Reform of St. Bernard, orientalist, biographer, theologian ; born at Milan ; ...
Imhof, Maximus von - German physicist, born 26 July, 1758, at Rissbach, in Bavaria ; died 11 April, 1817 at ...
Imitation of Christ - A work of spiritual devotion, also sometimes called the "Following of Christ". Its purpose is to ...
Immaculate Conception - The doctrine In the Constitution Ineffabilis Deus of 8 December, 1854, Pius IX pronounced ...
Immaculate Conception, Congregation of the - I. Congregation of the Immaculate Conception of Our Lady (The Conceptionists). Founded in 1484 ...
Immanence - ( Latin in manere , to remain in) Immanence is the quality of any action which begins and ...
Immanuel - Emmanual ( Septuagint Emmanouel ; A.V., Immanuel ) signifies " God with us" ( Matthew 1:23 ), ...
Immortality - ( Latin, in, mortalis; German, Unsterblichkeit ) By immortality is ordinarily understood ...
Immunity - ( Latin immunitas ). Immunity means an exemption from a legal obligation ( munus ), ...
Imola - (Imolensis) Diocese ; suffragan of Bologna. The city is located on the Santerno, and was ...
Imola, Innocenzo di Pietro Francucci da - Italian painter ; b. at Imola, c. 1494; d. at Bologna, c. 1550. When but twelve years of age he ...
Impanation - An heretical doctrine according to which Christ is in the Eucharist through His human body ...
Impediments, Canonical - I. GENERAL NOTION OF AN IMPEDIMENT The Latin word impedimentum signifies directly whatever ...
Imperative, Categorical - A term which originated in Immanuel Kant'sethics. It expresses the moral law as ultimately ...
Imperfect Contrition - Attrition or Imperfect Contrition (Latin attero , "to wear away by rubbing"; p. part. ...
Imposition of Hands - A symbolical ceremony by which one intends to communicate to another some favour, quality or ...
Impostors - Under this heading we may notice a certain number of objectionable characters who, while not of ...
Improperia - The Improperia are the reproaches which in the liturgy of the Office of Good Friday the Saviour ...
In Cœna Domini - A papal Bull, so called from the feast on which it was annually published in Rome, viz, the ...
In Commendam - A phrase used in canon law to designate a certain manner of collating an ecclesiastical benefice ...
In Partibus Infidelium - (Often shortened to in partibus , or abbreviated as i.p.i. ). A term meaning "in the lands ...
In Petto - An Italian translation of the Latin in pectore , "in the breast", i.e. in the secret of the ...
Incardination and Excardination - (Latin cardo, a pivot, socket, or hinge--hence, incardinare, to hang on a hinge, or fix; ...
Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament, Order of the - Founded in the early part of the seventeenth century by Jeanne Chezard de Matel. The illustrious ...
Incarnate Word, Sisters of Charity of the - This congregation, with simple vows, was founded by Rt. Rev. C.M. Dubuis, Bishop of Galveston. ...
Incarnation, The - I. The Fact of the Incarnation(1) The Divine Person of Jesus ChristA. Old Testament ProofsB. New ...
Incense - ( Latin thus , Gr. thumiama ), an aromatic substance which is obtained from certain resinous ...
Incest - (Latin in , not, and castus , chaste). Incest is sexual intercourse between those who are ...
Inchbald, Elizabeth - Novelist, dramatist, and actress; b. at Staningfield, near Bury St. Edmunds, 15 Oct., 1753; d. at ...
Incorporation of Church Property, Civil - Christianity at its very beginning, found the concept of the corporation well developed under ...
Index of Prohibited Books - The Index of Prohibited Books, or simply "Index", is used in a restricted sense to signify the ...
India - In popular language the name "India", in its widest extension, is taken to include British India ...
Indian Missions, Bureau of Catholic - An institution originated (1874) by J. Roosevelt Bailey, Archbishop of Baltimore, for the ...
Indiana - Indiana, one of the United States of America , the nineteenth in point of admission, lies between ...
Indianapolis - (INDIANAOLITANA) Diocese ; suffragan of Cincinnati, established as the Diocese of Vincennes ...
Indians, American - GENERAL When Columbus landed on the island of San Salvador in 1492 he was welcomed by a ...
Indies, Patriarchate of the East - In consequence of an agreement between the Holy See and the Portuguese Government in 1886, ...
Indifferentism, Religious - The term given, in general, to all those theories, which, for one reason or another, deny that ...
Individual, Individuality - (Latin individuum; German Einzeln; French individuel ) An individual being is defined by ...
Individualism - A comprehensive and logical definition of this term is not easy to obtain. Individualism is not ...
Indo-China - Indo-China, the most easterly of the three great peninsulas of Southern Asia, is bounded on the ...
Induction - I. Induction and Deduction II. Scientific Induction III. Rational Foundations and Scope of ...
Indulgences - The word indulgence ( Latin indulgentia , from indulgeo , to be kind or tender) originally ...
Indulgences, Apostolic - The indulgences known as Apostolic or Apostolical are those which the Roman pontiff, the ...
Indult, Pontifical - ( Latin Indultum , found in Roman Law, bk. I, Cod. Theodos. 3, 10. and 4, 15: V, 15, 2; ...
Ine, Saint - (Ini or Ina). King of West Saxons, d. 728. He was a son of the underking Cenred and ascended ...
Infallibility - In general , exemption or immunity from liability to error or failure; in particular in ...
Infamy - ( Latin in , not, and fama , fame.) Infamy is loss of a good name. When this has been ...
Infanticide - Child-murder; the killing of an infant before or after birth. According to the French Criminal ...
Infessura, Stefano - Born at Rome about 1435; died about 1500. He devoted himself to the study of law, took the ...
Infidels - (Latin in , privative, and fidelis .) As in ecclesiastical language those who by ...
Infinity - (Latin infinitas; in, not, finis , the end, the boundary). Infinity is a concept of the ...
Infralapsarians - ( Latin, infra lapsum , after the fall). The name given to a party of Dutch Calvinists in ...
Ingen-Housz, Jan - Investigator of the physiology of plants, physicist, and physician, b. at Breda in North Brabant, ...
Inghirami, Giovanni - Italian astronomer, b. at Volterra, Tuscany, 16 April, 1779; d. at Florence, 15 August, 1851. He ...
Ingleby, Venerable Francis - English martyr, born about 1551; suffered at York on Friday, 3 June, 1586 (old style). According ...
Ingolstadt, University of - The University of Ingolstadt (1472-1800), was founded by Louis the Rich, Duke of Bavaria. The ...
Ingram, Venerable John - English martyr, born at Stoke Edith, Herefordshire, in 1565; executed at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 26 ...
Ingres, Jean-Auguste Dominique - French painter, b. at Montauban, 29 August, 1780; d. at Paris, 14 January, 1867. His father sent ...
Ingulf - Abbot of Croyland, Lincolnshire; d. there 17 December 1109. he is first heard of as secretary to ...
Ingworth, Richard of - (INGEWRTHE, INDEWURDE). Franciscan preacher who flourished about 1225. He first appears among ...
Injustice - ( Latin in, privative, and jus, right). Injustice, in the large sense, is a contradiction ...
Innocent I, Pope - Date of birth unknown; died 12 March, 417. Before his elevation to the Chair of Peter, very ...
Innocent II, Pope - (Gregorio Papereschi) Elected 14 Feb., 1130; died 24 Sept., 1143. He was a native of Rome and ...
Innocent III, Pope - (Lotario de' Conti) One of the greatest popes of the Middle Ages, son of Count Trasimund of ...
Innocent IV, Pope - (Sinibaldo de' Fieschi) Count of Lavagna, born at Genoa, date unknown; died at Naples, 7 ...
Innocent IX, Pope - (Giovanni Antonio Facchinetti) Born at Bologna, 22 July, 1519; elected, 29 October, 1591; died ...
Innocent V, Blessed Pope - (PETRUS A TARENTASIA) Born in Tarentaise, towards 1225; elected at Arezzo, 21 January, ...
Innocent VI, Pope - (ETIENNE AUBERT) Born at Mont in the Diocese of Limoges ( France ); elected at Avignon, 18 ...
Innocent VII, Pope - (Cosimo de' Migliorati) Born of humble parents at Sulmona, in the Abruzzi, about 1336; died ...
Innocent VIII, Pope - (Giovanni Battista Cibò) Born at Genoa, 1432; elected 29 August, 1484; died at Rome, ...
Innocent X, Pope - (Giambattista Pamfili) Born at Rome, 6 May, 1574; died there, 7 January, 1655. His parents ...
Innocent XI, Pope - (Benedetto Odescalchi) Born at Como, 16 May, 1611; died at Rome, 11 August, 1689. He was ...
Innocent XII, Pope - (ANTONIO PIGNATELLI) Born at Spinazzolo near Naples, 13 March, 1615; died at Rome, 27 ...
Innocent XIII, Pope - (Michelangelo Dei Conti) Born at Rome, 13 May, 1655; died at the same place, 7 March, 1724. ...
Innsbruck University - Innsbruck University, officially the ROYAL IMPERIAL LEOPOLD FRANCIS UNIVERSITY IN INNSBRUCK, ...
Inquisition - ( Latin inquirere , to look to). By this term is usually meant a special ecclesiastical ...
Inquisition, Canonical - Canonical Inquisition is either extra-judicial or judicial: the former might be likened to a ...
Insane, Asylums and Care for the - During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries hospital care of the sick of all kinds and ...
Insanity - All writers on this subject confess their inability to frame a strictly logical or a completely ...
Inscriptions, Early Christian - Inscriptions of Christian origin form, as non-literary remains, a valuable source of information ...
Inspiration of the Bible - The subject will be treated in this article under the four heads: I. Belief in Inspired books; ...
Installation - ( Latin installare , to put into a stall). This word, strictly speaking, applies to the ...
Instinct - DEFINITIONS In both popular and scientific literature the term instinct has been given such a ...
Institute of Mary - The official title of the second congregation founded by Mary Ward. Under this title Barbara ...
Institute of Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart - In the autumn of 1888, there came to Baltimore, Maryland, a convert, Mrs. Hartwell, who previous ...
Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Irish - Founded by Frances Mary Teresa Ball , under the direction and episcopal jurisdiction of the ...
Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools - NATURE AND OBJECT The Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools is a society of male ...
Institutes, Roman Historical - Collegiate bodies established at Rome by ecclesiastical or civil authority for the purpose of ...
Institution, Canonical - (Latin institutio , from instituere , to establish) In its widest signification, Canonical ...
Intellect - (Latin intelligere -- inter and legere -- to choose between, to discern; Greek nous ; ...
Intendencia Oriental y Llanos de San Martín - Vicariate Apostolic in the province of Saint Martin, Colombia, South America, created 24 March, ...
Intention - ( Latin intendere, to stretch toward, to aim at) is an act of the will by which that faculty ...
Intercession - To intercede is to go or come between two parties, to plead before one of them on behalf of the ...
Intercession, Episcopal - The right to intercede for criminals, which was granted by the secular power to the bishops ...
Interdict - (Latin interdictum , from inter and dicere ). Originally in Roman law, an ...
Interest (in Economics) - Notion of interest Interest is a value exacted or promised over and above the restitution of a ...
Interest (in Psychology) - ( Latin interest; Fr. intérêt; Germ. interesse ). The mental state called ...
Interims - ( Latin interim , meanwhile.) Interims are temporary settlements in matters of religion, ...
Internuncio - ( Latin inter , between; nuntius , messenger.) The name given in the Roman Curia to a ...
Introduction, Biblical - A technical name which is usually applied to two distinct, but intimately connected, things. ...
Introit - The Introit ( Introitus ) of the Mass is the fragment of a psalm with its antiphon sung while ...
Intrusion - (Latin intrudere .) Intrusion is the act by which unlawful possession of an ecclesiastical ...
Intuition - Intuition (Latin intueri , to look into) is a psychological and philosophical term which ...
Inventory of Church Property - By inventory ( Latin inventarium ) is meant a descriptive list in which are enumerated ...
Investiture, Canonical - ( Latin investitura , from investire , to clothe.) Canonical Investiture is the act by ...
Investitures, Conflict of - ( German Investiturstreit .) The terminus technicus for the great struggle between the ...
Invincible Armada, The - The Spanish Armada, also called the Invincible Armada ( infra ), and more correctly La Armada ...
Invitatorium - The Invitatorium, as the word implies, is the invitation addressed to the faithful to come and ...
Iona, School of - Iona is the modern name derived by change of letter from Adamnan's Ioua ; in Bede it is Hii ...
Ionian Islands - A group of seven islands (whence the name Heptanesus, by which they are also designated) and a ...
Ionian School of Philosophy - The Ionian School includes the earliest Greek philosophers, who lived at Miletus, an Ionian ...
Ionopolis - A titular see in the province of Paphlagonia, suffragan of Gangres. The city was founded by a ...
Iowa - Iowa is one of the North Central States of the American Union, and is about midway between the ...
Ipolyi, Arnold - ( Family name originally STUMMER) Bishop of Grosswardein (Nagy-Várad), b. at ...
Ippolito Galantini, Blessed - Founder of the Congregation of Christian Doctrine of Florence; b. at Florence of obscure ...
Ipsus - A titular see of Phrygia Salutaris, suffragan of Synnada. The locality was famous as the scene ...
Ireland - GEOGRAPHY Ireland lies in the Atlantic Ocean, west of Great Britain, from which it is separated ...
Ireland, Ven. William - ( Alias Ironmonger.) Jesuit martyr, born in Lincolnshire, 1636; executed at Tyburn, 24 Jan. ...
Irenaeus, Saint - Bishop of Lyons, and Father of the Church. Information as to his life is scarce, and in some ...
Irene, Sister - (Catherine FitzGibbon.) Born in London, England, 12 May, 1823; died in New York, 14 August, ...
Irenopolis - A titular see of Isauria, suffragan of Seleucia. Five of its bishops are known: John (325), ...
Iriarte, Ignacio de - Painter, b. at Azcoitia, Guipuzcoa, in 1620; d. at Seville, 1685. Iriarte was the son of Esteban ...
Irish College, in Rome - Towards the close of the sixteenth century, Gregory XIII had sanctioned the foundation of an ...
Irish Colleges, on the Continent - The religious persecution under Elizabeth and James I lead to the suppression of the monastic ...
Irish Confessors and Martyrs - General survey The period covered by this article embraces that between the years 1540 and ...
Irish Literature - It is uncertain at what period and in what manner the Irish discovered the use of letters. It may ...
Irish, The, (in countries other than Ireland) - I. IN THE UNITED STATES Who were the first Irish to land on the American continent and the ...
Irnerius - (GARNERIUS) An Italian jurist and founder of the School of Glossators, b. at Bologna about ...
Iroquois - A noted confederacy of five, and afterwards six, cognate tribes of Iroquoian stock, and closely ...
Irregularity - (Latin in , not, and regula , rule, i. e. not according to rule) A canonical impediment ...
Irremovability - ( Latin in , not, and removere , to remove) A quality of certain ecclesiastical ...
Irvingites - A religious sect called after Edward Irving (1792-1834), a deposed Presbyterian minister. They ...
Isaac - The son of Abraham and Sara. The incidents of his life are told in Genesis 15-35, in a ...
Isaac Jogues, Saint - French missionary, born at Orléans, France, 10 January, 1607; martyred at Ossernenon, ...
Isaac of Armenia - (SAHAK) Catholicos or Patriarch of Armenia (338-439), otherwise known as ISAAC THE GREAT ...
Isaac of Nineveh - A Nestorian bishop of that city in the latter half of the seventh century, being consecrated ...
Isaac of Seleucia - Patriarch of the Persian Church, d. 410. Isaac is celebrated among the patriarchs of the ...
Isabel of France, Saint - Daughter of Louis VIII and of his wife, Blanche of Castille, born in March, 1225; died at ...
Isabella I - ("LA CATÓLICA" = "THE CATHOLIC") Queen of Castile ; born in the town of Madrigal de ...
Isaias - Among the writers whom the Hebrew Bible styles the "Latter Prophets" foremost stands "Isaias, the ...
Isaura - Titular see in the Province of Lycaonia, suffragan of Iconium. Isaura, the capital of the ...
Ischia - Diocese of Ischia (Isclana). Ischia, suffragan to Naples, has for its territory the island of ...
Isernia and Venafro - (Diocese of Isernia and Venafro). Isernia is a city in the province of Campobasso in Molise ...
Ishmael - (Septuagint 'Ismaél ; Vulgate Ismahel, in 1 Chronicles 1:28, 20, 31 ). The son of ...
Isidore of Pelusium, Saint - Born at Alexandria in the latter half of the fourth century; d. not later than 449-50. He is ...
Isidore of Seville, Saint - Born at Cartagena, Spain, about 560; died 4 April, 636. Isidore was the son of Severianus and ...
Isidore of Thessalonica - Cardinal and sometime Metropolitan of Kiev or Moscow, b. at Thessalonica (Saloniki) towards ...
Isidore the Labourer, Saint - A Spanish daylabourer; b. near Madrid, about the year 1070; d. 15 May, 1130, at the same place. ...
Isionda - A titular see in the province of Pamphylia Secunda; it was a suffragan of Perge. Artemidorus, ...
Isla, José Francisco de - Spanish preacher and satirist, b. at Villavidantes (Kingdom of Leon ), 24 March, 1703; d. at ...
Islam (Concept) - Islam , an Arabic word which, since Mohammed's time, has acquired a religious and technical ...
Islam (Religion) - I. THE FOUNDER Mohammed, "the Praised One", the prophet of Islam and the founder of ...
Isleta Pueblo - The name of two pueblos of the ancient Tigua tribe, of remote Shoshoncan stock. The older and ...
Islip, Simon - An Archbishop of Canterbury, b. at Islip, near Oxford; d. at Mayfield, Sussex, 26 April, 1366. ...
Ismael - (Septuagint 'Ismaél ; Vulgate Ismahel, in 1 Chronicles 1:28, 20, 31 ). The son of ...
Ispahan - A Catholic Armenian Latin see. Under the name of Aspandana it was once one of the principal towns ...
Israelites - The word designates the descendants of the Patriarch Jacob, or Israel. It corresponds to the ...
Issachar - The exact derivation and the precise meaning of the name are unknown. It designates, first, the ...
Issus - A titular see of Cilicia Prima, suffragan of Tarsus. The city is famous for a whole series of ...
Ita, Saint - Saint Ita, called the "Brigid of Munster"; b. in the present County of Waterford, about 475; d. 15 ...
Italian Literature - Origins and Development The modern language of Italy is naturally derived from Latin, a ...
Italians in the United States - Christopher Columbus, an Italian, was the leader of those who in succeeding centuries were led by ...
Italo-Greeks - The name applied to the Greeks in Italy who observe the Byzantine Rite. They embrace three ...
Italy - In ancient times Italy had several other names: it was called Saturnia, in honour of Saturn; ...
Ite Missa Est - This is the versicle chanted in the Roman Rite by the deacon at the end of Mass, after the ...
Itineraria - (MEDIEVAL CHRISTIAN GUIDE-BOOKS: Latin iter , gen. itineris , journey) Under this term are ...
Itinerarium - A form of prayer used by monks and clerics before setting out on a journey, and for that ...
Ittenbach, Franz - Historical painter ; born at Königswinter, at the foot of the Drachenfels, in 1813; died at ...
Ives, Levi Silliman - Born at Meriden, Connecticut, U.S.A. 16 September, 1797; d. at New York, 13 October, 1867. He ...
Ives, Saint - (St. Yves) St. Ives, born at Kermartin, near Tréguier, Brittany, 17 October, 1253; died ...
Ivo of Chartres, Saint - (YVO, YVES). One of the most notable bishops of France at the time of the Investiture ...
Ivory - Ivory (French ivoire ; Italian avorio ; Latin ebur ), dentine, the tusks of the elephant, ...
Ivrea, Diocese of - Suffragan of Turin, Northern Italy. The city is situated on the right bank of the Dora Baltea ...
Ixtlilxochitl, Fernando de Alba - Born 1568; died 1648. The most illustrious of the native Mexican historians and the great-grandson ...

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