Goerik
   See Géry

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  • Géry/Goerik (Saint) — (? 619)    Géry (in Latin, Gaugerius, Gaugeric, or Guncher) was born in the second half of the sixth century at Yvois Carignan, in France. Of noble origin, Géry was ordained in 577 by Magnerie, the archbishop of Trier, who was impressed by Géry s …   Historical Dictionary of Brussels

  • Sint-Goerik Hallen —    See Halles Saint Géry …   Historical Dictionary of Brussels

  • Halles Saint-Géry/Sint-Goerik Hallen — (Place Saint Géry)    A covered central market constructed in 1881, the Halles Saint Géry occupies the site of a church that long stood on this spot, where tradition holds Saint Géry founded a chapel at the end of the seventh century. The last… …   Historical Dictionary of Brussels

  • Feuerstein — (auch Flint oder Silex) ist ein hartes, isotropes sedimentäres Kieselgestein, das in Mitteleuropa hauptsächlich in Schichten des Jura und der oberen Kreide in Form großer unregelmäßig geformter Knollen oder Platten gefunden wird. Manche Autoren… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Flinsberg (Mainhardter Wald) — Flinsberg Feuersteinsplitter auf dem Flinsberg Höhe 535 m&# …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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