• In B.ARBEL, Cypriot Population under Venetian Rule: A Demographic Study , Μελέται καίΥπομνήματα, (1984), ristampato in: Cyprus, the Franks and Venice (13th-16th Centuries), Londra 2000, leggiamo che fra la fine del XV secolo e l'inizio della dominazione ottomana (1571), gli abitanti di Cipro passarono da 100.000 a 190.000. (zweilawyer.com)
  • At the beginning of the 16th century, Camerino and its Lordship experienced a tragical period, but at the same time, some of the higher points of its history. (touringclub.it)
  • First of all, it follows an Italian tradition of thought that began in the 15th and 16th centuries as Civic Humanism and continued up until the golden period of Italian Enlightenment as represented by the Schools of Milan and Naples. (edc-online.org)
  • Worthy of particular interest is the reconstruction of the way they dressed these treasured garments and the history of the tissues in that period (16th Century). (adgblog.it)
  • Last but not least: the costumes of 18th and 19th century like the typical culottes of the French Revolution years or the Napoleon style attire, which lay the foundation for the development of the European fashion towards the contemporary period. (adgblog.it)
  • A disclosure of Lucrezia Borgia as a very intelligent woman thrust into the political and religious period of the 16th century. (www-froheostern.org)
  • The remarkable collection of Old Masters, witnessing to a rich and creative past, covers a period running from the 15th to the 18th centuries. (visit.brussels)
  • For the most part still surrounded by town walls dating back to the 16th century, the town of Città di Castello spreads out along the Tiber valley, on the spot where the Romans had founded the township of Tifernum Tiberinum. (bellaumbria.net)
  • Buildings which used to be the seat of administrative structures such as the Palace of the Podestà , with its baroque facade dating back to 1686, and the Town Hall, built in the Gothic style with an elegant portal and windows with two lights, testify to the ancient history of this Umbrian town. (bellaumbria.net)
  • century and gallery containing the works of famous Jacopo Palma the Younger dating back to 17. (uniline.hr)
  • This locality is truly one of the jewels of the Maltese Islands, being also one of the oldest cities dating back to the 16th century, with many structures undertaken by the Knights themselves, making it one of the heaviest fortified areas on the Island. (visitmalta.com)
  • Tracing back to the time of the Knights, this industry, which was later developed further by the British as a naval shipyard, has for centuries breathed life into the local and nationwide population. (visitmalta.com)
  • ARTICOLAZIONI a cura di A. Annodata' s history begins back in 1988, when brothers Andrew and Tim Harman founded the company following successful sports and business careers. (fivopykijabe.ml)
  • His encyclopedic, groundbreaking, and painstakingly documented "The Game of Tarot: From Ferrara to Salt Lake City," established the invention of Tarot in 15th-century Italy and laid the foundation for all subsequent research on the game of Tarot, including exhaustive accounts of the rules of all hitherto known forms of the game. (ateneotradizionale.it)
  • Combat Sport Florence Italy Sport Man Belly Dance 21st Century Tuscany Entertaining Baseball Cards Explore. (liveshowroom.it)
  • Over the time it has been ranked as high asin the world, while most of its traffic comes from Italy, where it reached as high as 13 561 position. (fivopykijabe.ml)
  • Machiavelli gives a vivid portrayal of his world in the chaos and tumult of early 16th century Florence, Italy and Europe. (anobii.com)
  • In this era, the states of northwestern Europe that ended up looming so large in world history look trivial - and still looked trivial in population and economic weight as late as the early 18th century. (ilsole24ore.com)
  • The Medieval Studies e-book collection is formed of 59 titles dedicated to the arts, archaeology, history, and literature between the late 5th century A.D. and the early 16th century A.D. The volumes in this interesting compilation, published between 1967 and 2017 include Alto Medioevo edited by the late Axel Bothius, and other works by renowned authors. (lerma.it)
  • Florentine Codex, late 16th century. (doppiozero.com)
  • â ¦, â ¦ (1093â 1133), and the domes of St. Markâ s Basilica in Venice (late 11th century) and the cathedral of. (lacartasrl.it)
  • Arbanija at the coast with the Dominican monastey of St. Kriza built in the 15th century containing a noteable painting gallery. (uniline.hr)
  • It has its premises in a wing of the Pitti Palace, called "Palazzina della Meridiana", which was built by order of the granduke Pietro Leopoldo di Lorena in 1776. (adgblog.it)
  • The oldest remaining building is the St. Nikolas church built in the 13th century and found in the Altstadt district. (marinareservation.com)
  • The Church of St. George is the oldest building in Sarroch, built in the 16th Century in honor of St. George the Bishop of Suelli, whose intercession would have allowed the victory against the hordes of Muslim corsairs that infested the coast of Sarroch, looting the villages and abducting civilians to sell them as slaves in North African markets. (visitsarroch.it)
  • Newcomers arrived on site, having obtained a stunning victory over the Saracens by intercession of St. George of Suelli, they built a small church and, around it, they began to build their modest houses. (visitsarroch.it)
  • Inevitably the presence of these important composers has generated a series of important studies, all of which focus on the 16th- and early 17th-century history of the chapel. (brepols.net)
  • Franciscian Monastery of St. Ante, with its original appearance and preserved 17th century relics. (uniline.hr)
  • African-American history african american be in the 16th century, with Africans forcibly work as slaves african american to Spanish America, and in the 17th century with African take work to English colonies african american in northbound America. (eu.org)
  • Not far from the Piazza Barberini on Via Sistina is the 17th century church of Santi Ildefonso e Tommaso da Villanova. (art-in-rome.com)
  • In the 16th and 17th centuries, the empire was far more populous than any state in Europe - in fact, it was comparable to the whole of Western Europe, if not more. (ilsole24ore.com)
  • Kader Konuk asks why philologists like Erich Auerbach found humanism at home in Istanbul at the very moment it was banished from Europe. (thebestoftexasbarbecue.com)
  • During most of their history, Tarot cards were used to play an extremely popular trick-taking game which is still enjoyed in much of Europe. (ateneotradizionale.it)
  • Oral and written normative orders in Early modern Europe (16th - 18th Centuries)" alla Social History Society Annual Conference di 2014, 8-11 Aprile a Newcastle. (fbk.eu)
  • Today, we have evolved into one of Europe' s largest independent vendors of IT, Unified Communications and Managed Print technologies, with a turnover of over £ 80 million. (fivopykijabe.ml)
  • This collection contains 33 e-books regarding art and architecture ranging from the 18th century A.D. up to present day with works by Henri de Riedmatten, David R. Marshall, Costanza Barbieri e and many more prominent authors in the field of the History of Art. (lerma.it)
  • The selected titles are pertinent to the arts and architecture from the 15th to the 17th centuries, the ages of Michelangelo and Caravaggio, which are compiled in this unique collection. (lerma.it)
  • The Etruscan Studies collection contains 66 e-books dedicated to the archaeology, history, art, and philology of the Etruscan civilization published between 1961 and 2017. (lerma.it)
  • As with so many of Florence's museums the permanent collection was founded by the Medici, beginning with Cosimo I (1519-1574) during the mid 16th century and enlarged by successive generations. (ldminstitute.com)
  • Visitors are provided with a timeline illustrating the history of the collection with brief summaries of the most significant events from its inception until the last major rebranding in 2010. (ldminstitute.com)
  • Pictorial representations punctuate the text aiding to accentuate pivotal moments in the museum's history including when the collection was first moved in 1930 to Palazzo Castellani, one of the oldest buildings in the city, and images of their historical displays which highlight the success of the museum's redesign. (ldminstitute.com)
  • The book is the catalogue of an important private collection of portable icons produced in Ethiopia from the 16th to the 20th century. (antigaedizioni.it)
  • M.N., KAPPLER, ALTRI, Ottoman Cyprus: A Collection of Studies on History and Culture, 2009, viene riportato che solo alla fine dell'ottocento, in piena dominazione britannica, la popolazione di Cipro tornò ai livelli del XVI secolo. (zweilawyer.com)
  • There are plenty of museums remembering the history of the city, like the History Museum, Industrial Museum, or the City and Maritime Museum which preserves architecture from the 16th century and also cultural exhibits from the 18th and 19th century. (marinareservation.com)
  • Salvatore Bono is professor emeritus at the University of Perugia, where he used to teach History of the Mediterranean. (mulino.it)
  • In 1975, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library of Yale University acquired an exceptional mid-16th-century map of Mexico City, which, until 1521, had been the capital of the Aztecs, the Nahua-speaking peoples who dominated the Valley of Mexico. (libroco.it)
  • The museum and the history of art in the 16th century Rome. (uniroma2.it)
  • It explains the families who made Rome what it is as we see it today and also looks at their triumphs, scandals and failures. (art-in-rome.com)
  • Our Course of History of Fashion cannot help but include a visit to the Costume Gallery, whose several rooms exhibit many important examples of clothes and accessories of different trends and styles that followed one upon the other from the 18th to 20th century. (adgblog.it)
  • 14th-20th century non è disponibile su sito web. (thebestoftexasbarbecue.com)
  • only in the 16th century, under Cesare Borgia, it definitely became dominion of the Papal State. (bellaumbria.net)
  • After Varano and three of his sons barely escaped a massacre at the bloody hands of Cesare Borgia (15th century), Giovanni Maria quickly took Camerino with the help of his mother Giovanna Malatesta under the Medici. (touringclub.it)
  • This book explains why the civil approach to economics disappeared from cultural debates, scientific enquiries and the public arena at the end of the 18th century, only to surface again in more recent times. (edc-online.org)
  • This book marks the first publication of both the complete map and the multi-disciplinary research that it spurred. (libroco.it)
  • It was a book of beautiful and brutal history and sadness, opulence and deprivation, justice and betrayal. (www-froheostern.org)
  • This practical book explains the history and symbolism of the tarot deck as well as providing a step-by-step guide to using the cards for divination practices. (ateneotradizionale.it)
  • This gift of a book is it. (polistampa.com)
  • This book tells the story of one of the sons of Lucrezia Borgia who became a cardinal during the 16th century. (art-in-rome.com)
  • A detailed but easy and enjoyable book to read about the history of the papacy and the popes. (art-in-rome.com)
  • The Costume Gallery is probably one of the most important museums of History of Fashion in the world. (adgblog.it)
  • An important result of Dummett's analysis of the historical evidence was to demonstrate that fortune-telling and occult interpretations were unknown prior to the 18th century. (ateneotradizionale.it)
  • Messaggio inoltrato : Tiziano - Vanitas "The Italian painter Titian (Tiziano Vecellio) is one of the most important personalities of the Venetian school of the 16th century, and is among the world's most prominent artists throughout history. (h2biz.net)
  • 15th century A.D. contains works by Erik Thuno, Fabricius Hansen, Girolamo Zampieri, Edson C. Armi, and many other prominent scholars in the field of Art History. (lerma.it)
  • Architecture and nationalism: Spanish pabillions in the 19th century universal expositions, cap. (wikipedia.org)
  • The museum was funded in 1983 and since then every two years it has been changing the exhibited precious collections so as to avoid the risk of overexposure to light and especially to tourists. (adgblog.it)
  • The Galileo Museum provides the opportunity for visitors to observe developments in scientific technology from the 16th to 20th centuries and witness various aspects of their practical application. (ldminstitute.com)
  • It also includes a didactic video, an additional educational tool used throughout the museum in various locations, helping to illustrate the function of an astrolabe, a tool used by astronomers and navigators to determine latitude on land and sea. (ldminstitute.com)
  • The second floor is dedicated to the Lorraine dynasty and holds a series of graphic wax medical models from La Specola, where the scientific instruments were housed after its foundation as the Royal Museum of Physics and Natural History in 1775. (ldminstitute.com)
  • The Museum was founded in 1801 by Napoleon Bonaparte, but it was in 1830, with Belgian independence, that it really became a major institution. (visit.brussels)
  • The essay examines the features of religious dissent - particularly in the form of unbelief - in Venice between the mid-seventeenth century and the 1740s. (revues.org)
  • Mid-semester there will be a written exam ( in itinere ) on the Spanish theatre (18 6h - 20th Centuries). (uniroma2.it)
  • It flourished in an era of "gunpowder empires," large states where the strength of the central government rested on siege artillery and professional pike-and-musket infantry. (ilsole24ore.com)
  • Painting a Map of Sixteenth-Century Mexico City. (libroco.it)
  • The result of their work, the essays in Painting a Map of Sixteenth-Century Mexico, not only focuses on the map but also explores the situation of the indigenous people of Mexico City in the 16th century and their interactions with Europeans. (libroco.it)
  • From the lonely caper tree hanging daringly along the bastions to the ancient fig trees scattered haphazardly, it seems that the islands' gentle climate has in time fused with the city itself. (visitmalta.com)
  • Hello stranger, Have you ever stayed in a 16th-century residence overlooking the busiest street in the pedestrian zone of Bratislava's city center? (airbnb.com)
  • It would be used for measuring time, and to aid navigation, which was fundamental to the expansion and exploration of the known world. (ldminstitute.com)
  • He argued that in order to escape the dangers of Arab incursions, the people from the coastal village had to repair in this upstream area, called "barraccas de susu" by residents distinguish it from the coastal pole called "barraccas de baxiu", which was headed by the parish church of Santa Vittoria, which Angius himself said abandoned for a long time, citing an observation of the Fara who wrote in 1580. (visitsarroch.it)
  • The village took the name of the saint but was best known as Barraccas de susu as opposed to the other born in a short time, called Santa Vittoria and known as Barraccas de baxiu" (Source: "The country and the territory from 300 to 800" Luana Giannotti, from "Sarroch, History, Archeology and Art" curated by Roberto Coroneo). (visitsarroch.it)
  • For the sixteenth century, Pieter Bruegel the Elder is magnificently represented with major works like The Fall of the Rebel Angels or The Census at Bethlehem. (visit.brussels)
  • Politics and religion in the West: the religious crisis of the 16th century (Protestantism, Catholic reformation and Counter-Reformation). (unito.it)
  • The admission ticket to the gallery also includes the visit to the Modern Art Gallery, which you might consider as an opportunity of appreciating the costumes in the exhibited paintings, mostly by 19-century artists. (adgblog.it)
  • The columned gallery by Borromini seems four times longer than it really is thanks to its sloping floor perspective effects, its descending vault, its convergent walls, its particular columns. (abcroma.com)
  • century life. (uniline.hr)
  • People and animals, everybody ,live in happiness and peace because Lisa way of life is quite the opposite of usual life: the greatest care and attentions are dedicated to whom have suffered or are ill, to whom has been abused, or are aged and frail and every animal ( horses , dogs etc) receives help not for what can produce, but for what it needs. (blogspot.it)
  • This tool will be the world's largest optical and infrared telescope when it is completed in 2024, and it will have the ability to directly image exoplanets and study the atmospheres of planets, helping scientists identify worlds that may support life as we know it. (blogspot.com)
  • in 2018, he obtained the Italian National Qualification to work as associate professor of Philosophy history. (fupress.com)
  • Donato Verardi was awarded a PhD in History and Philosophy at the Universities of Paris, Pisa and Florence. (fupress.com)
  • The San Miguel area is rich in history extending from the Silver Rush of the 16th Century, to the hard fought Mexican Revolution for independence from Spain in 1810, to the rebirth of San Miguel, as today's center for artistic and cultural events. (sothebysrealty.com)
  • According to tradition, various Marian appearances have been recorded in the area since the 16th century. (blogspot.it)
  • the more some since the apparition of Our Lady of Velankanni is part of the history and culture of this area, and the chapel is visited by believers of every religion. (blogspot.it)
  • More recently another event has been added to the local calendar- the Senglea Martime Festival (May/June) which is truly a celebration of the local culture, history and its relationship with the sea. (visitmalta.com)
  • It publishes two issues per year and contains a thematic section, a miscellany, notices and reviews. (fupress.com)
  • From April 2016, the year of relocation to worship, the community re-occupied the celebration, celebrating it with religious and civil rites. (visitsarroch.it)
  • Mumbai (AsiaNews) - Police are "quick to respond to the demands of Hindu nationalists," but are "silent spectators when it comes to violence against﻽ Christians," said Sajan George, president of the Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC) as he spoke about the 40th anti-Christian attack in Karnataka this year. (blogspot.it)
  • On Wednesday, activists from the Bajrang Dal forced the parish priest of the Stella Maris Church in Kalmady (Udupi District) to remove a banner dedicated to Our Lady of Velankanni, whose silver jubilee it is this year. (blogspot.it)
  • Alternatively, visit museums and galleries in Palma, whose art scene has blossomed making it a world-renowned hub. (britishairways.com)
  • His thorough investigations into this most fascinating field did contribute towards making it known and appreciated all over the world. (antigaedizioni.it)
  • It not only allows visitors a window into the past, but through their programming and didactic communication they are able to utilize modern technology to explain significant scientific advancements in Early Modern history. (ldminstitute.com)
  • Breaking News Just into Thirdphaseofmoon Early this morning Oct 25 2014 above planet earth we noticed, as the SpaceX Dragon cargo craft departs from the International Space Station, it appears that something is observing its flight path. (blogspot.com)
  • Innocenzo Ciocchi del Monte (c. 1532 -1577) was a notorious Cardinal whose relationship with pope Julius III (born Giovanni Maria Ciocchi del Monte) caused grave scandal in the early 16th century. (ilparmigiano.com)
  • But I did get out a bit to see some sights, and I found myself thinking about history. (ilsole24ore.com)
  • Thanks to the richness of the sources now found, a completely new and exhaustive biography of this 16th century woman is presented, with an unpublished version of her personality and history. (fupress.com)
  • The topic is analysed in relation to the internal debates of the Neapolitan Aristotelianism of the 16th century and to the proposals of the magic tradition of the Renaissance. (fupress.com)
  • The cathedral, its history, art and religious tradition. (lacartasrl.it)
  • The course aims also to help students to develop a critical approach to the study of history, attentive to the relationships between history and politics and between past and present. (unito.it)
  • Premio per la migliore pubblicazione scientifica di storia della ragioneria (accounting history) in lingua inglese, intitolato alla memoria di ALBERTO BISASCHI prima edizione anno 2018, per l'articolo su rivista di cui è la sola autrice: Welfare or politics? (unite.it)
  • Siamo onorati ed entusiasti, Century Media ha fatto la storia del nostro genere e il fatto di unire le forze è un sogno che si avvera. (metalpit.it)
  • In Palma, the Es Baluard Museu exhibits contemporary art in a 16th century fortress, while the Palau March houses beautiful sculpture. (britishairways.com)
  • Already in the middle of the nineteenth century Abbot Vittorio Angius reported on the state of degradation of the church called San Giorgio, described as a stingray full of mice, even though it was still officiated. (visitsarroch.it)
  • Città di Castello lends his name to a great artist of the twentieth century: Alberto Burri (Città di Castello 1915 - Nice, 1995), one of the greatest exponents of informal Italian. (bellaumbria.net)
  • Liturgical aspects are also discussed in Rodobaldo Tibaldi's afterword, which assesses the chapel's individual features and repertoires against the broader context of the North-Italian chapels from the latter half of the 16th century to the end of the 18th. (brepols.net)
  • The course deals with the following topics: - History, historiography, historical method, use of sources. (unito.it)
  • Experience the history of the Old Town in an extraordinary apartment with soul. (airbnb.com)
  • Venture through the town and touch on pieces of history, from the magnificent Church of Saint Lazarus to the beachside of Larnaca Castle. (britishairways.com)
  • Sir Michael Dummett, a well-known British philosopher, is the foremost scholar in the field of Tarot history, with numerous books and articles to his credit. (ateneotradizionale.it)
  • Not the Mediterranean, but the open ocean, where galleys never had a chance, and it was sail-and-cannon all the way. (ilsole24ore.com)
  • Going for a stroll to Ġnien il-Gardjola (the look-out garden) at the tip of Senglea Point , one can savour a blend of history and the Mediterranean. (visitmalta.com)
  • ArtsLife History è una sezione speciale di ArtsLife realizzata utilizzando contenuti anche esterni nel pieno rispetto della normativa sui diritti d'autore. (artslife.com)
  • His books include An Outline of the History of Economic Thought , with Ernesto Screpanti, (2005) and Markets, Money and Capital , coedited with Roberto Scazzieri and Amartya Sen (2009). (edc-online.org)
  • Its main contribution to the history of economic thought is its conception of the market as a place centered on the principle of reciprocity and civil virtues. (edc-online.org)