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Synonyms for Romanic

of or relating to or derived from Rome (especially ancient Rome)

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The following historical events and artistic landmarks were analysed: legend of the origin of the town, the Ticino river and the history of the town, life in the pre-Roman village, religion, the Roman period and its legend, the covered bridge, the Barbarian invasion, under the reign of Theodoricus, the Longobardic period (king Alboin and his wife, queen Theodolinda; king Liutprand), the Romanic period: churches and the crowning of kings, Commune: the towers; life in the commune, from commune to seignory: Gian Galeazzo Visconti and the castle
Frederick Anderson of the Romanic Languages Department at
But this reading ignores both the ironic self-commentary of Heine's early writings as well as the title of one of his last collections of poetry, "Romanzero," which clearly names its Romantic affiliation; the unconventional form of this title calls especially upon the Romance tradition and romanic orthography.
Margaret Grimes, 'Le lay du Trot', Romanic Review, 26 (1935), 313-21, esp.
For example, in Llion there're some Romanic churches and a gothic cathedral and in some areas of the "Pais Lliones" (Leonese Country) there're buildings of pre-roman art.
22) Hope Emily Allen, 'The Manuel des Pechiez and Its Scholastic Prologue', Romanic Review, 8 (1917), 434-62, raises doubts about Waddington's authorship that are echoed by E.
Jennifer's breast cancer is tragic, and Anne's romanic disillusionment makes us sad.
Some of her essays can be found in Romanic Review, Literature/Film Quarterly, Women's Studies, Discourse, and Film Quarterly as well as in various critical collections.
Tickets allow access to 11 galleries, a preview film, a state-of-the-art audio tour and the 12th Century Romanic Chapel reproduction.
More recently, several jurisprudential trends both at national level (in legal systems of Romanic tradition, as those of France, Italy, Belgium etc.
Those still in the mix are Mima Romanic, Sara Chalmers, Maria Cruz, Keen Delosa, Chris Reeves, Kcris Ramos, Robert Jennings and Maisie Stephen.
Littlewoods Europe currently delivers to 25 European countries including Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romanic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.
7) Among the more recent discussions I have found the following informative: John Ahern, "Nudi grammantes: The Grammar and Rhetoric of Deviation in Inferno XV," Romanic Review 81 (1990): 466-486; Peter Armour, "Dante's Brunetto: The Paternal Paterine?
It has a Romanic semicircular arched window (early 13th century) and valuable mural paintings.