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Synonyms for Genoese

a native or resident of Genoa

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of or relating to or characteristic of Genoa or its inhabitants


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1506: Christopher Columbus, Genoese explorer, died in Valladolid, Spain.
Their topics include a holy site for sailors: Our Lady of the Cave in Famagusta, between the papal court and the Islamic world: Famagusta and Cypriot merchants in the 14th century, starting point of the Genoese thalassocracy in Cyprus: an unpublished roll of knights and squires imprisoned in Famagusta in 1375, sea defenses in the Renaissance: Famagusta in comparative Venetian perspective, the harbor of Famagusta during the Ottoman period in French travelogues and consular archives, and the development of Famagusta Harbor during the British Colonial period 1878-1960.
A short stroll from the Pera Palace is the former medieval Genoese citadel of Galata, now known as KarakE[micro]y and lying at the southern end of Istiklal.
Kim Fortuny Istanbul, 2004 Genoese: Merchants from Genoa built Istanbul's famed Galata
Days before the Scots had lost the opener to Costa Rica at the Genoese venue but this time they gained an advantage before a ball was kicked.
This was particularly the case when the Genoese and Venetians installed themselves in trading centres along the Black Sea, notably at Caffa (modern Feodosiya) in the Crimea and Tana on the Sea of Azov.
"Cara wants to repay Annie by making her proper meals - so she did a Ligurian cooking course and learned to rustle up dishes like truffle tagliatelle, Genoese basil pesto, and artichoke sauce with white wine and porcini mushrooms.
(3) In this essay, I propose a historicized reading of Zinevra's novella by considering the context of Genoese-Mamluk relations and in particular the singular travels of a Genoese merchant, Segurano Salvaygo, who was active in the Mamluk sultanate in the early 1300s.
The Galata Tower -- called Christea Turris by the Genoese -- is a medieval stone tower in the Galata/KarakE[micro]y quarter of ystanbul, just to the north of the Golden Horn's junction with the Bosporus.
A Last Will, known as the Mayorazgo, presented by a Genoese pretender in a Spanish inheritance lawsuit, is still used today to sustain the Genoese fairy tale, however, Rosa claims "this Last Will is a forgery that was rejected for being 'as worthless as a blank piece of paper' by the Spanish tribunal in the early 1600s."
An acknowledgement will safeguard the identity and authenticity of Genoese pesto and enhance the tradition of the home-made pestle and mortar product.
Erdogan said that Ankara was even prepared to build a mosque at the site mentioned by the Genoese explorer.
First I headed to the Mercato del Carmine - the old Genoese food market - where I tasted traditional Italian pansotti, a type of stuffed pasta made with traditional nut sauce.
My tour started with food, continued with food, and ended with food (well I was in Italy!) So I headed to the Mercato del Carmine - the old Genoese food market - where I tasted traditional Italian pansotti, a type of stuffed pasta made with traditional nut sauce.
The Genoese: the desire to explore new avenues of trade and interaction with orient Let us now focus on Mediaeval Europe.