Share to: share facebook share twitter share wa share telegram print page

Green Goblin

Green Goblin
Norman Osborn as the Green Goblin.
Art by Luke Ross.
Publication information
PublisherMarvel Comics
First appearanceThe Amazing Spider-Man #14 (July 1964)
Created byStan Lee
Steve Ditko
In-story information
Alter ego
SpeciesHuman mutate
Notable aliases
  • Goblin King
  • Goblin Knight
  • Red Goblin
  • Superhuman strength, intelligence, speed, stamina, agility, durability, reflexes, and healing
  • Uses Halloween-themed paraphernalia, high-tech gadgetry, and a Goblin Glider equipped with various weapons

The Green Goblin is the alias of several supervillains appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko, the first and best-known incarnation of the Green Goblin is Norman Osborn, who is regarded as one of the superhero Spider-Man's three archenemies, alongside Doctor Octopus and Venom.[1] Originally a manifestation of chemically induced insanity, others would later take on the persona, including Norman's son Harry Osborn. The Green Goblin is depicted as a criminal mastermind who uses an arsenal of Halloween-themed equipment, including grenade-like Pumpkin Bombs, razor-sharp bats, and a flying Goblin Glider, to terrorize New York City.

Comics journalist and historian Mike Conroy writes of the character: "Of all the costumed villains who've plagued Spider-Man over the years, the most flat-out unhinged and terrifying of them all is the Green Goblin."[2] The Green Goblin has appeared in numerous media adaptations of Spider-Man over the years, including films, animated television series, and video games. Norman and Harry Osborn were portrayed by Willem Dafoe and James Franco in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man film trilogy (2002–2007), and by Chris Cooper and Dane DeHaan in the film The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014). Dafoe reprised his role as Norman Osborn in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) film Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) which used the concept of the multiverse to link the Raimi trilogy to the MCU.

Publication history

According to Steve Ditko:

Stan's synopsis for the Green Goblin had a movie crew, on location, finding an Egyptian–like sarcophagus. Inside was an ancient, mythological demon, the Green Goblin. He naturally came to life. On my own, I changed Stan's mythological demon into a human villain.[3]

The Green Goblin debuted in The Amazing Spider-Man #14.[4] At this time his identity was unknown, but he proved popular and reappeared in later issues, which made a point of his secret identity. According to both Stan Lee and John Romita, Sr., who replaced Ditko as the title's artist, Lee always wanted the Green Goblin to be someone Peter Parker knew, while Ditko wanted his civilian identity to be someone who had not yet been introduced.[5][6][7] Lee elaborated:

Steve wanted him to turn out to be just some character that we had never seen before. Because, he said, in real life, very often a villain turns out to be somebody that you never knew. And I felt that that would be wrong. I felt, in a sense, it would be like cheating the reader. ... if it's somebody you didn't know and had never seen, then what was the point of following all the clues? I think that frustrates the reader.[7]

However, Lee prefaced this statement by admitting that, due to his self-professed poor memory, he may have been confusing the Green Goblin with a different character.[a][7] Moreover, in an earlier essay he had said that he could not remember whether Norman Osborn being the Green Goblin was his idea or Ditko's.[8] Ditko has maintained that it was his idea, even claiming that he had decided on it before the first Green Goblin story was finished, and that a character he drew in the background of a single panel of Amazing Spider-Man #23 was meant to be Norman Osborn (who is not introduced until issue #37).[3][9]

The Amazing Spider-Man #14 (July 1964), the Green Goblin's first appearance; the character originally used a turbo-fan-powered "flying broomstick". Cover art by Steve Ditko.

Ditko left the series with issue #38, just one issue after Norman Osborn was introduced as the father of Harry Osborn. The first issue without Ditko saw the Green Goblin unmasked. John Romita, Sr., who replaced Ditko as the title's artist, recalled:

Stan wouldn't have been able to stand it if Ditko did the story and didn't reveal that the Green Goblin was Norman Osborn. I didn't know there was any doubt about Osborn being the Goblin. I didn't know that Ditko had just been setting Osborn up as a straw dog. I just accepted the fact that it was going to be Norman Osborn when we plotted it. I had been following the last couple of issues and didn't think there was really much mystery about it. Looking back, I doubt the Goblin's identity would have been revealed in Amazing #39 if Ditko had stayed on.[10]

In the landmark story, "The Night Gwen Stacy Died" (The Amazing Spider-Man #121–122), the Green Goblin kills Gwen Stacy and later perishes in a fight against Spider-Man. However, the story's writer, Gerry Conway, had Harry Osborn adopt the Green Goblin identity in that story's aftermath, later remarking that "I never had any intention of getting rid of the Green Goblin as a concept".[11] Harry Osborn's becoming the Green Goblin was mostly well-received, with fans remarking that Harry was more menacing than his father had ever been.[12]

Several other characters would take on the Green Goblin identity, and writer Roger Stern later introduced the Hobgoblin to replace the Green Goblin as Spider-Man's archenemy.[13] In addition, a retcon during the "Clone Saga" determined that the original Green Goblin survived the events of The Amazing Spider-Man #122 and had been playing a behind-the-scenes role in Spider-Man's adventures since then.

Fictional character biography

Norman Osborn

Norman Osborn is the first and most-known character connected with the Green Goblin alias who developed the equipment used by the others ever since he was exposed to the Goblin formula.

Harry Osborn

Harold "Harry" Osborn is Norman Osborn's son and the second character who used the Green Goblin alias.

Bart Hamilton

Dr. Barton "Bart" Hamilton was a psychologist born in Scarsdale, New York and the third character to use the Green Goblin alias. When Harry was put under medical care, Dr. Hamilton managed to make Harry bury the vendetta as the Goblin identity from Harry's subconscious via hypnosis.[14] Dr. Hamilton uses these secrets to be the third Goblin.[15] But since Harry has no knowledge of where Norman's strength-enhancing Goblin formula is, Hamilton is unable to locate it. He hatches an elaborate plot to kill Silvermane but Harry resumes the Goblin identity to stop him. They battle and Hamilton is accidentally killed by a bomb with which he meant to kill Spider-Man.[16]

Years later, there was speculation that Hamilton was the Hobgoblin but this is disproved.[17]

A Goblin that was presumably Hamilton appears as a member of the second incarnation of the Legion of the Unliving created by the Grandmaster. After being pitted against the Avengers, the group and their master are vanquished by Death.[18]

During the "Dead No More: The Clone Conspiracy" storyline, Bart's Goblin form is cloned by the Jackal's company New U Technologies.[19]

Phil Urich

Philip Benjamin "Phil" Urich is the nephew of Ben Urich and the fourth character to use the Green Goblin alias.

Nameless construct

Norman begins trying to convince the public after returning from the dead of never being the infamous supervillain, and conspired with associate Doctor Angst genetically engineer a new Green Goblin, one slavishly devoted to help his case.[20] Norman uses this Goblin as a bodyguard,[21] to torment Spider-Man,[22] and in ploys designed to draw public sympathy (such as kidnapping Normie Osborn for ransom).[23] After Norman is incapacitated by the Gathering of Five, the Goblin is left alone and begins to degenerate due to no longer having access to the Goblin Formula required to keep him stable. The Goblin goes after Liz Allan in a desperate bid to find a cure for his condition, but is driven off by Spider-Man.[24] During a second attempt to capture Liz, the Goblin unmasks himself in front of Spider-Man (shuffling through a variety of faces (with the most prominent being Harry Osborn) after doing so) and melts into a pile of protoplasm as he claims Norman would return.[20]

Powers and abilities

In his first appearances, the Green Goblin seems to be a normal man (albeit very nimble and athletic) who gets his powers from his many gadgets. In later appearances, it is established that due to the "Goblin Formula", Norman and most successors to the Green Goblin persona possesses superhuman strength (lifting nine tons under optimal conditions), increased speed, reflexes, endurance, intelligence and healing rate.

Norman started with a portion of the chemical's power, because he only received an accidental splash in the face at a time where one had to bathe in it long enough to get the full effect. Eventually a new version of the chemical was developed, which was suitable for directly drinking it. Though much slower than the likes of Wolverine, he can regenerate damaged tissue and organs. However, if seriously wounded, it would leave scars on his body.

His intelligence has been enhanced to gifted levels, though at the price of his sanity. His involvement with the Gathering of the Five loosened his grip on reality, though he is able to maintain some semblance of his sanity via chemically treated dermal patches. When not impaired by mental illness, Osborn is a cunning businessman, masterful strategist, and highly skilled in electronics, mechanics, engineering and chemistry.

The Green Goblin is armed with a variety of bizarre devices. He travels on his bat-shaped "Goblin Glider", an incredibly fast and maneuverable rocket glider equipped with various armaments. Other weapons the Goblin uses include incendiary Pumpkin Bombs and Ghost Bombs, smoke- and gas-emitting grenades resembling jack-'o'-lanterns and ghosts, respectively, razor-edged boomerang-like throwing weapons called razor bats and gloves woven with micro-circuited filaments which channel pulsed discharges of electricity at nearly 10,000 volts. He wears a green costume underneath bulletproof chainmail with an overlapping purple tunic. His mask has a built-in gas filter to keep him safe from his own gases.

Goblin Glider

In the Green Goblin's first appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man #14, he rides a steel rocket-powered wingless broomstick (not a glider). In his second appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man #17, he changes to the familiar bat-shaped glider. The Goblin Glider's controls and microprocessor are located behind the head of the glider. The pilot is attached to the glider via electromagnetic clasps on the wings of the glider. It has great maneuverability and is steered mostly by leaning, but manual controls are available behind the head of the glider. The Goblin later added radio-linked voice controls to his mask. Its top speed is 90 miles per hour (140 km/h), and it can support about 400 lb (180 kg), though it could lift far more for brief periods. Flying at top speed with a full load and a full fuel tank would deplete its fuel supply in about an hour.

In the Goblin's later appearances, the glider possesses a wide array of armaments, including heat-seeking and smart missiles, machine guns, extending blades, a flamethrower and a Pumpkin Bomb dispenser/launcher.

Pumpkin Bombs, Ghost Bombs, and the "Bag of Tricks"

A grenade used by the Green Goblin, the Pumpkin Bomb resembles a miniature Jack-o'-lantern and, when thrown, ignites almost soundlessly and produces enough heat to melt through a 3-inch (76 mm) thick sheet of steel. The Goblin carries these and a variety of other weapons, such as razor bats (akin to bladed boomerangs) and miniature "Ghost Bombs", in an over-the-shoulder satchel he calls his "Bag of Tricks". The Green Goblin has a range of other "Pumpkin Bombs" and "Ghost Bombs" at his disposal, including smoke and gas-emitting bombs. Some release hallucinogenic gases, while others emit a specially-created mixture that neutralizes Spider-Man's spider-sense for a limited period of time. Still others emit a flame-retarding gas, which the Goblin once used against the Human Torch.[25] All of these are covered in a light plastic coating.



Some time after Norman's death, Harry is abducted by a trio of mysterious female Goblins. With the aid of Ben Urich and Molten Man, Spider-Man discovers that these "Goblinettes" are robots created by Harry, and controlled by a supercomputer containing copies of Harry and Norman's minds. The Goblinettes are destroyed along with the computer, which had been programmed to expose Normie Osborn to the same version of Goblin serum that killed Harry, in attempt to create a new Green Goblin.[26]

Order of the Goblin

An offshoot of the Scriers cult founded by Norman, consisting of only his most loyal followers.[27]

Goblin Gangs

Following Norman's rise and fall from power, a number of Goblin Gangs sprang up across America. Composed mostly of white supremacists who agreed with his plans to remove the Asgardians from the country, they wear purple clothes, green face makeup and have goblin-based tattoos.[28] Vin Gonzales was revealed to have received one of these tattoos while in prison passing a message from Norman to Harry about Stanley Osborn.[29]

Goblin Nation

The Goblin Nation, also known as the "Goblin Underground", is a group of organized crime composed of Goblin-themed villains led by the Goblin King against the Superior Spider-Man.[30]

War Goblins

In the eight-month ellipsis that occurred subsequent to the events of Secret Wars, a heavily bandaged arms dealer claiming to be Norman Osborn began selling Goblin-based costumes and equipment on the black market, establishing private armies of "War Goblins".[31]

Other versions

As a fictional character, the Green Goblin has appeared in a number of media, from comic books to films and television series. Each version of the character is typically established within its own continuity within parallel universes, to the point where distinct differences in the portrayal of the character can be identified. Various versions of the Goblin are depicted in works such as Marvel's Ultimate line and Earth X.

Avataars: Covenant of the Shield

In the miniseries Avataars: Covenant of the Shield, which takes place in an alternative universe referred to as Eurth created by the Shaper of Worlds, the Green Goblin appears as the Goblin King. A small, nimble creature green in color and adorned in purple rags, the Goblin King is shown to speak solely in rhyme and runs a toll booth in the Webwood, extorting goods from travelers along with his henchmen the Six Most Sinister.[32]


In 2023, Marvel announced that writer Jonathan Hickman would be rebooting the Ultimate Marvel universe, launching a brand new timeline beginning with the limited series Ultimate Invasion. This new Ultimate Universe, designated Earth-6160 will follow a married Peter Parker in his 30s. The Goblin will debut in the title's second issue, scheduled for release in February 2024. Unlike his previous Ultimate Universe counterpart, this version will take more similarities from his Earth-616 variant, such as being a man in a costume and glider, as well as taking partial inspiration from the live-action version of Willem Dafoe.

House of M

In the Spider-Man: House of M from the 2005 Marvel comics series House of M, there are two versions of the Green Goblin.

  • The first is Peter's wrestling friend and rival Crusher Hogan, who uses the identity as his wrestling franchise.
  • The second is Peter Parker himself, who, feeling guilty posing as a mutant when really he was a human given powers in the usual Spider-Man fashion (radioactive spider bite), poses as the Green Goblin to reveal the information about him being a human to J. Jonah Jameson, his then publicist, and eventually the entire world. Norman Osborn is also present in this continuity, as an industrialist whose company is bought out by Peter.[33]

Marvel 2099

In the Marvel 2099 setting, the Goblin is a radical trickster who wants to prove that Spider-Man (Miguel O'Hara) is in the pay of a megacorp like Alchemax. He has bat-like glider-wings and a bag of "tricks", similar to the 20th century version. He also has the ability to project illusions.[34]

He is eventually unmasked, and appears to be Spider-Man's brother Gabriel O'Hara, although it is later revealed, in a retcon, that he is a shapeshifter who took Gabriel's identity. Writer Peter David, who quit the book between creating the character and the unmasking, has said that it was his intent for the Goblin to be a female Catholic priest named Father Jennifer, and for Gabriel to be a red herring.[35][36] This Goblin was never called the Green Goblin, but instead simply Goblin 2099.[34]

In All-New, All-Different Marvel during a travel to 2099 which turned out to be different from the version that he knows, Spider-Man (O'Hara) is captured by that era's Venom and Doctor Octopus. Miguel later wakes up in Alchemax, which is run by that era's Sinister Six. The Sinister Six discover that the Goblin is actually Father Jennifer D'Angelo, an undercover ally of Kasey. After receiving a message from the Sinister Six, Miguel and Kasey go to Alchemax to rescue Father Jennifer. Upon escaping, Spider-Man and Father Jennifer arrive at an area where the time door appears, but Jennifer is killed by Doctor Octopus.


Fury the Goblin Queen

Élan DeJunae, daughter of the San Mardeo DeJunae crime family in South America, is betrothed to Normie Osborn when she is just a baby because of her father's involvement with the Order of the Goblin.[volume & issue needed]

From then on, Élan learns the family business and eventually makes connections with the Black Tarantula. She grows up training to follow Norman Osborn's footsteps, and eventually becomes the leader of the Order of the Goblin. Following a near fatal attack on Normie, Élan returns to New York to follow through with their arranged marriage, but Normie was not aware of the betrothal. Meanwhile, Élan and the Black Tarantula plot to use Spider-Girl to destroy Lady Octopus and Canis so they can take control of the New York underworld. Following plans made by Norman Osborn before his death, the Queen of the Goblins tries to dose Normie Osborn with a new version of the Goblin Formula. Spider-Girl manages to defeat Élan, but in the battle, the formula explodes and the Queen escapes.[volume & issue needed]

Because Normie spurned her and denied his place in the Goblin legacy, Fury crashes his wedding to Brenda Drago and forcibly bonds the Venom-symbiote to him in an attempt to corrupt him. This backfires, as Normie gained control of the symbiote and went on to become a hero. After Fury crashed Normie's wedding, Phil Urich (the good Green Goblin) defeats her and sends her to prison.[volume & issue needed]

Normie Osborn

Normie Osborn is the son of Harry Osborn and Liz Allan, and the grandson of Norman Osborn. In the alternative timeline of the MC2 universe he becomes the Green Goblin and battles Spider-Man's daughter, May "Mayday" Parker, before reforming and becoming her ally.[volume & issue needed]

Phil Urich

In the MC2 timeline, Phil Urich marries his girlfriend Meredith and is a forensic scientist and friends with Peter Parker. He is aware of both Peter and Spider-Girl's identities. Phil Urich resumes the Goblin identity, first under the name of the Golden Goblin, then as the Green Goblin with the assistance of Normie Osborn (III). After Phil lost a long series of battles, Normie recreates Phil's original mask, which grants him superhuman strength and other abilities, greatly enhancing his effectiveness. He is also a founding member of the New New Warriors.[37]

In the universe where Marvel characters are animals, Norman Osbird, as he's called in this universe, is a crazy turkey who calls himself the Green Gobbler.

Spider-Man: India

Spider-Man: India features Nalin Oberoi, a ruthless businessman in Mumbai, who is ravaging villages for a mystical amulet to connect with evil, supernatural demons who once ruled the world.[38] The process works and transforms Oberoi into "Green Goblin". He also transforms a meek doctor into "Doctor Octopus" and sends him to find Pavitar Prabhakar (Spider-Man). Oberoi later burns down Pavitar's village (branding it with his initials NO), and kidnaps MJ, and Aunt Maya (Aunt May).[39] At Oberoi HQ, he tries to bring down the demons, until a reformed Octopus and Pavitar attack and rescue the ladies. After killing the doctor, Oberoi is later defeated by Pavitar.[40] Oberoi also has a son mentioned by Pavitar, Hari.[40]

Ultimate Marvel

In other media


  1. ^ It is possible that Lee was thinking of The Big Man. The Big Man was a mob villain who, like the Green Goblin, was created by Lee/Ditko and had the mystery of his identity played up before being unmasked as someone Spider-Man knew from his civilian life. Moreover, later in the interview Lee suggests that he had the Green Goblin confused with "a gangster".


  1. ^ Rovin, Jeff (1987). The Encyclopedia of Supervillains. New York: Facts on File. pp. 148–149. ISBN 0-8160-1356-X.
  2. ^ Conroy, Mike. 500 Comicbook Villains (Collins & Brown, 2004), p. 55
  3. ^ a b Murray, Will (July 2002). "Spider Time". Starlog and Comics Scene Present Spider-Man and Other Comics Heroes.
  4. ^ Manning, Matthew K.; Gilbert, Laura, ed. (2012). "1960s". Spider-Man Chronicle Celebrating 50 Years of Web-Slinging. Dorling Kindersley. p. 26. ISBN 978-0756692360. Spider-Man's arch nemesis, the Green Goblin, as introduced to readers as the 'most dangerous foe Spidey's ever fought.' Writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko had no way of knowing how true that statement would prove to be in the coming years. {{cite book}}: |first2= has generic name (help)CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  5. ^ Ro, Ronin. Tales to Astonish: Jack Kirby, Stan Lee and the American Comic Book Revolution, p. 107 (Bloomsbury, 2004)
  6. ^ Cronin, Brian (January 4, 2013). "Comic Book Legends Revealed #400 (Part 1)". Comic Book Resources. Archived from the original on April 24, 2008. Retrieved February 14, 2016.
  7. ^ a b c Thomas, Roy (August 2011). "Stan Lee's Amazing Marvel Interview!". Alter Ego (104). TwoMorrows Publishing: 7.
  8. ^ "Preface". Spider-Man Vs. Green Goblin (First ed.). Marvel Comics. August 1995. pp. 4–5. ISBN 9780785101390.
  9. ^ "Comic Book Legends Revealed #400 (Part 1) | Comics Should Be Good @ CBR". January 4, 2013. Archived from the original on April 24, 2008. Retrieved July 17, 2016.
  10. ^ Comics Creators on Spider-Man, pg 29–30, Tom Defalco. (Titan Books, 2004)
  11. ^ Williams, Scott E. (October 2010). "Gerry Conway: Everything but the Gwen Stacy Sink". Back Issue! (44). TwoMorrows Publishing: 14.
  12. ^ Walker, Karen (October 2010). "Gwen, the Goblin, and the Spider-Fans". Back Issue! (44). TwoMorrows Publishing: 20.
  13. ^ DeFalco, Tom (2004). Comics Creators on Spider-Man. Titan Books. ISBN 1-84023-422-9.
  14. ^ The Amazing Spider-Man #174. Marvel Comics.
  15. ^ The Amazing Spider-Man #176. Marvel Comics.
  16. ^ The Amazing Spider-Man #180. Marvel Comics.
  17. ^ Hobgoblin Lives #1–3. Marvel Comics.
  18. ^ Avengers Annual #16. Marvel Comics.
  19. ^ Clone Conspiracy #2. Marvel Comics.
  20. ^ a b Peter Parker: Spider-Man vol. 2 #18. Marvel Comics.
  21. ^ The Spectacular Spider-Man vol. 2 #259–261
  22. ^ Peter Parker: Spider-Man #88. Marvel Comics.
  23. ^ The Spectacular Spider-Man vol. 2 #255
  24. ^ The Amazing Spider-Man vol. 2 #18. Marvel Comics.
  25. ^ The Amazing Spider-Man #17. Marvel Comics.
  26. ^ Spider-Man: Legacy of Evil
  27. ^ Spider-Man: Revenge of the Green Goblin #2
  28. ^ The Amazing Spider-Man #649
  29. ^ The Amazing Spider-Man #647
  30. ^ The Superior Spider-Man #10 (July 2013). Marvel Comics.
  31. ^ Dan Slott (w), Giuseppe Camuncoli (p), Cam Smith (i), Marte Gracia (col), VC's Joe Caramagna (let), Nick Lowe (ed). "High Priority" The Amazing Spider-Man, vol. 1, no. 4 (December 9, 2015). United States: Marvel Comics.
  32. ^ Len Kaminski (w), Oscar Jiminez and Javier Saltares (p), Eduardo Alpuente and Chris Ivy (i). "Wild Kingdoms" Avataars: Covenant of the Shield, vol. 1, no. 2 (October 2000). Marvel Comics.
  33. ^ Spider-Man: House of M #1-3. Marvel Comics.
  34. ^ a b Spider-Man 2099 #36-41. Marvel Comics.
  35. ^ Peter David (April 27, 1996). "who is GOBLIN 2099. - | Google Groups". Retrieved September 16, 2010.
  36. ^ Smith, Zack (March 4, 2009). "Remembering Spider-Man 2099 With Peter David, II". Newsarama. Retrieved February 24, 2014.
  37. ^ "Green Goblin VI". Retrieved September 16, 2010.
  38. ^ Spider-Man India #1. Marvel Comics.
  39. ^ Spider-Man India #3
  40. ^ a b Spider-Man India #4. Marvel Comics.

Read other articles:

Rathaus Odenthal – ehemals Haus des Bürgermeisters Hubert Drecker Die Bürgermeisterei Odenthal war eine von neun Bürgermeistereien im Kreis Mülheim am Rhein im Regierungsbezirk Köln in der preußischen Rheinprovinz. Sie ist 1816 entstanden aus der Mairie Odenthal, die von den Franzosen im Großherzogtum Berg errichtet wurde, die wiederum aus der Herrschaft Odenthal hervorging. Mit dem preußischen Gesetz über die Regelung verschiedener Punkte des Gemeindeverfassungsrechts vom 27. Dezembe…

Piet Keizerbrug Piet Keizerbrug (januari 2020) Algemene gegevens Locatie Amsterdam, Park de Meer Overspant sierwater Brugnummer 2234 Bouw Bouwperiode 1998-2002 Gebruik Weg Esplanade de Meer Architectuur Type voet/fietsbrug Architect(en) Scala Architecten Portaal    Verkeer & Vervoer De Piet Keizerbrug (brug 2234) is een bouwkundig kunstwerk in Amsterdam-Oost. houtsnijwerk (januari 2020) De brug is een voet- en fietsbrug; ze vormt de verbinding tussen het plein Esplanade de Meer en …

Гетайри Відомий під іменем ἑταῖροι Країна  Стародавня Македонія Македонський кавалерист у беотійському шоломі з Сідонського саркофагу (IV ст. до н. е.) Гетайри (дав.-гр. ἑταῖροι) — дружина македонського царя з важких вершників часів Александра Великого. Зміст 1 І…

Народний поет Азербайджануазерб. Xalq şairi Країна  АзербайджанТип почесне звання і званняd Нагородження Засновано: 22 травня 1998Нагороджені: Q32928664? (0)Черговість «Народний поет Азербайджану» (азерб. Xalq şairi) — почесне звання Азербайджанської Республіки, що присвоюєт…

Voce principale: DFB-Pokal. L'Olympiastadion di Berlino ha ospitato le finali di coppa dal 1985 L'albo d'oro della DFB-Pokal contiene tutte le finali della DFB-Pokal dall'inizio della competizione come Tschammerpokal nel 1935. Le finali della DFB-Pokal di solito si svolgono alla fine di ogni stagione calcistica tedesca. In alcuni casi, come il 1970 e il 1974, le finali si sono svolte all'inizio della stagione successiva a causa della campionato mondiale di calcio. La data esatta è cambiata più…

هذه المقالة يتيمة إذ تصل إليها مقالات أخرى قليلة جدًا. فضلًا، ساعد بإضافة وصلة إليها في مقالات متعلقة بها. (فبراير 2023) مانستر هانتر ستوريز 2: وينغز أوف روين (بالإنجليزية: Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin)‏  المطور كابكوم  الناشر كابكوم  الموزع ستيم،  ونينتندو إي شوب  النظام م

Artikel atau sebagian dari artikel ini mungkin diterjemahkan dari Mega (layanan penyimpanan awan) di Isinya masih belum akurat, karena bagian yang diterjemahkan masih perlu diperhalus dan disempurnakan. Jika Anda menguasai bahasa aslinya, harap pertimbangkan untuk menelusuri referensinya dan menyempurnakan terjemahan ini. Anda juga dapat ikut bergotong royong pada ProyekWiki Perbaikan Terjemahan. (Pesan ini dapat dihapus jika terjemahan dirasa sudah cukup tepat. Lihat pula: pan…

الجمعية السعودية للمحافظة على التراث الصناعي البلد السعودية  المقر الرئيسي الرياض تاريخ التأسيس 29 أبريل 2019 منطقة الخدمة  السعودية تعديل مصدري - تعديل   الجمعية السعودية للمحافظة على التراث الصناعي، تأسست بقرار وزير الثقافة في 29 أبريل 2019، ويقصد بالتراث الصناعي الإنج…

Sporting event delegationMozambique at the2023 World Athletics ChampionshipsFlag of MozambiqueWA codeMOZin Budapest, Hungary19 August 2023 (2023-08-19) – 27 August 2023 (2023-08-27)Competitors1 (1 man and 0 women)Medals Gold 0 Silver 0 Bronze 0 Total 0 World Athletics Championships appearances1983198719911993199519971999200120032005200720092011201320152017201920222023← 2022 2025 → Mozambique competed at the 2023 World Athletics Champions…

Pentagon Pentagon vanuit de lucht Het Pentagon is het gebouw van het Amerikaanse ministerie van Defensie in Arlington (Virginia), nabij Washington, dat in de vorm van een regelmatige vijfhoek (pentagoon) is gebouwd. Het is het hoofdkwartier van de Amerikaanse strijdkrachten. Het Pentagon wordt gezien als een van de efficiëntst ontworpen kantoorgebouwen. Hoewel het gangenstelsel ruim 28 kilometer meet en de totale oppervlakte ruim 11 hectare is, is het mogelijk lopend binnen zeven minuten elke p…

Word – University of Aberdeen writers festival was a book festival that took place from 1999 until 2011, initially every two years and latterly every year, over a weekend of May at the University of Aberdeen. Authors, thinkers and commentators from all over the world came each year to Aberdeen for a three-day celebration of the written word with a mix of readings, discussions, films and exhibitions. There was also a Schools' and Children's festival. Logo of the Word - University of Aberdeen Wr…

1938 strike suppression in Vancouver, Canada For other uses, see Bloody Sunday (disambiguation). Bloody SundayA plainclothes Mountie clubbing protesters leaving the post officeDate19 June 1938LocationVancouver, British Columbia, CanadaCaused by Unemployment The Great Depression Cutting of financial support for relief camps Resulted inNo concessions givenParties Relief Project Workers' UnionSupported by:Communist Party of Canada Royal Canadian Mounted Police Lead figures Steve Bordie CasualtiesIn…

Pusat kota Tarquinia dengan aula kota (Palazzo Comunale) di kanan. Bendera Tarquinia. Tarquinia (bahasa Italia: [tarˈkwiːnja]), sebelumnya Corneto, adalah sebuah kota tua di provinsi Viterbo, Lazio, Italia yang dikenal dengan makam Etruska kunonya yang tersebar di nekropolis atau pemakaman di mana tempat itu berada, yang mendapat penghargaan status Warisan Dunia UNESCO. Pada 1922, kota ini dinamai ulang berdasarkan kota lama Tarquinii (Romawi) atau Tarch(u)na (Etruska). Meskipun hanya sed…

This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources.Find sources: Armenia at the 2023 World Athletics Championships – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (August 2023) Sporting event delegationArmenia at the2023 World Athletics ChampionshipsFlag of ArmeniaWA codeARMin Budapest, Hungary19 August 2023 (2023-08-19) – 27 August 2023&…

Policy on permits required to enter Myanmar Politics of Myanmar Constitution 2008 Constitution Constitutional Tribunal Chairman: Than Kyaw National Defence and Security Council Government President (list) Myint Swe (acting) State Administration Council Chairman: Min Aung Hlaing Vice Chairman: Soe Win Vice-President First: Myint Swe Second: Henry Van Thio Prime Minister (list) Min Aung Hlaing Deputy Prime Minister Soe Win Mya Tun Oo Tin Aung San Soe Htut Win Shein Cabinet Provisional Government L…

This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.Find sources: Pornography in Europe – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (January 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Europe map of pornography laws (France and Portugal not included):   Generally legal with certain extreme exceptions &…

This article relies excessively on references to primary sources. Please improve this article by adding secondary or tertiary sources. Find sources: List of regional rural banks in Uttar Pradesh – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (July 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Following is list of regional rural banks in Uttar Pradesh [1],:[2] S.No. Name Head Office Sponsor Bank Area of Operations Ref. 1 Aryavar…

鳥取県立米子工業高等学校 北緯35度26分3.3秒 東経133度20分25.2秒 / 北緯35.434250度 東経133.340333度 / 35.434250; 133.340333座標: 北緯35度26分3.3秒 東経133度20分25.2秒 / 北緯35.434250度 東経133.340333度 / 35.434250; 133.340333過去の名称 鳥取県立工業学校鳥取県立米子工業学校鳥取県立米子工業高等学校鳥取県立米子西高等学校(工業科)国公私立の別 公立学…

Genus of spiders This article is about a genus of spiders. For other uses, see Chira. Chira Chira lucina Scientific classification Domain: Eukaryota Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Chelicerata Class: Arachnida Order: Araneae Infraorder: Araneomorphae Family: Salticidae Subfamily: Salticinae Genus: ChiraPeckham & Peckham, 1896[1] Type species C. trivittata(Taczanowski, 1871) Species 13, see text Synonyms[1] Alcimonotus Simon, 1902[2] Crulsia Mello-Leit…

This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages) This article contains content that is written like an advertisement. Please help improve it by removing promotional content and inappropriate external links, and by adding encyclopedic content written from a neutral point of view. (May 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) This article may rely excessively on sources too cl…

Kembali kehalaman sebelumnya

Lokasi Pengunjung: