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loose gown of the 17th and 18th centuries

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This is the extent to which the contents of the Jewish libraries in Mantua reflect the manner in which Jews in Italy were able to traverse their own cultural boundaries and the open-minded way they maintained their collections of reading material.
The works by Isabella Lazzarini on the Gonzaga of Mantua and Letizia Arcangeli on northern Italian warrior aristocrats consider how the study of Renaissance military careers can be useful in the history of state building.
Following a practice that was gradually becoming common in Italy, the Gonzaga sent an ambassador to the Sforza court to remain there as a resident and report regularly back to the marquis of Mantua.
Miramar will retain the existing net smelter and proceeds royalty agreement with Northern Orion which gives Miramar the right to receive 50% of the proceeds of the sale of any interests in the Agua Rica and Mantua properties, and the equivalent of a 2.
Several articles take us away from Rome, discussing musicians at Mantua, Urbino, Florence, Loreto, and at the courts of Anne of Brittany and Louis XII.
Where: Drexel's Paul Peck Alumni Center (Southeast corner of 32nd & Market streets) Who: The groups receiving turkeys are 18th District Community Town Watch, Black Lutheran Community Development Corporation, Calvary Episcopal Church, Constituents of Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown, Constituents of Senator Vincent Hughes, Dobby and Henrietta's Tranquility Child Care Center, Evelyn Graves Ministries Church, Families Are Victims Too, Family Based - The Consortium, Ford Memorial Temple, Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Holy Temple Church, LaBar Day Care and Preschool, Little Folk Learning Center, Lombard Central Presbyterian Church, Mantua Community Planners, Inc.
Travels with the Curia introduced him to various Northern Italian courts; and artistic commissions in Ferrara, Rimini, and Mantua led to increasingly monumental achievements in architecture, a subject on which he wrote the first treatise since antiquity.
Miramar will retain approximately 22 million shares in Northern Orion and the existing net smelter and proceeds royalty agreement which gives Miramar the right to receive 50% of the proceeds of the sale of any interests in the Agua Rica and Mantua properties, and a the equivalent of a 2.
Contract notice:The tender relates to the supply of medicines, parapharmaceuticals, sop and otc daily needed in municipal pharmacies to: - Mantua harbor, square Peace 5, Bancole port of Mantua; - San Giorgio di Mantova, via Legnaghese 20, San Giorgio di Mantova; operated respectively by the companies a.
Francesco and Federico Gonzaga of Mantua, for instance, corresponded with the sultans Mehmet and Suleyman to obtain Arab and Persian horses, which were then portrayed in murals at their residences -- the same residences in which the actual horses were housed in exquisitely designed stables.
Miramar will retain approximately 10 million shares in Northern Orion and the existing net smelter and proceeds royalty agreement which gives Miramar the right to receive 50% of the proceeds of the sale of any interests in the Agua Rica and Mantua properties, and the equivalent of a 2.
At this transitional moment in the history of court taste, when the pictorial language and traditional ethos of chivalric romance merged with the prestigious vocabulary of Roman power and classical values, the rulers of Ferrara, Mantua, Milan, Rimini and Naples turned to Pisanello for the visual expression of their fantasy identification with such glory.
A fund to offset their medical bills has been established at the Commerce Bank of Mantua.
Contract notice: Custody of library services for the city of mantua.
Moletti was mathematics tutor to Vincenzo Gonzaga, son of Duke Guglielmo of Mantua, until 1577 when he was appointed chair of mathematics at the University of Padua, a post he held until 1587; his successor was Galileo.