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  1. Berge

    Berge or Berga was a Greek settlement in what is now the Serres Prefecture in northern Greece. The town was located in the region of Bisaltia, north-west of Amphipolis, and was founded by Thasians as a dependent colony and emporion sometime in the 5th century BC. The town was a member of the Delian League, and according to N. G. L. Hammond was colonized by 1000 Athenians. Later soures call it a polis, but according to Strabo it was a village of the Bisaltae and Ptolemy writes that it was in the territory of the Odomanti. Berge was a rich city and that minted her own currencies from 476 to 356 BC the currencies they depicted Silenus with a nymph or Silenus or a fish carp or square crisscross in form of swastikas and had the following words inscribed, or or. Berge began to lose its importance after the foundation of Amphipolis, it continued however being a self-sufficient city in Hellenistic and Roman times. It was the homeland of Antiphanes of Berge, writer of the book Apista, from which the verb bergaizein was created to denote someone telling incredible stories.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Berge in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Berge in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

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    fill with high spirits; fill with optimism
    • A. abhor
    • B. abase
    • C. elate
    • D. render

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