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Ordenanzas De Las Armadas Navales De La Corona De Aragon Aprobadas A?o De Mcccliv Van Acompa?adas De Varios Edictos Y Reglamentos Promulgados Por El Mismo Rey Copiadas Por D Antonio De Capmany Etc

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Por El Estado Ecclesiastico Y Santa Congregazion De La Corona De Castilla Y De Leon Sobre La Forma De Las Pagas Del Subsidio Y Escusado Con Que Sirve El Clero De Estos Reynos A Su Magestad

Author : Estado Eclesiastico (CASTILE AND LEON)
ISBN : BL:A0022792434
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Tratado De La Nobleza De La Corona De Aragon Etc Apendice Etc

Author : Mariano MADRAMANY Y. CALATAYUD
ISBN : BL:A0022322330
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Open File Report

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ISBN : UCSD:31822009776428
Genre : Geological surveys
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2nd Interface Between Ecology And Land Development In California

Author : Jon E. Keeley
ISBN : STANFORD:36105115022589
Genre : Fire management
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The 2nd Interface Between Ecology and Land Development Conference was held in association with Earth Day 1997, five years after the first Interface Conference. Rapid population growth in California has intensified the inevitable conflict between land development and preservation of natural ecosystems. Sustainable development requires wise use of diminishing natural resources and, where possible, restoration of damaged landscapes. These Earth Week Celebrations brought together resource managers, scientists, politicians, environmental consultants, and concerned citizens in an effort to improve the communication necessary to maintain our natural biodiversity, ecosystem processes and general quality of life. As discussed by our keynote speaker, Michael Soulé, the best predictor of habitat loss is population growth and nowhere is this better illustrated than in California. As urban perimeters expand, the interface between wildlands and urban areas increases. Few problems are more vexing than how to manage the fire prone ecosystems indigenous to California at this urban interface. Today resource managers face increasing challenges of dealing with this problem and the lead-off section of the proceedings considers both the theoretical basis for making decisions related to prescribed burning and the practical application. Habitat fragmentation is an inevitable consequence of development patterns with significant impacts on animal and plant populations. Managers must be increasingly resourceful in dealing with problems of fragmentation and the often inevitable consequences, including susceptibility to invasive oganisms. One approach to dealing with fragmentation problems is through careful landplanning. California is the national leader in the integration of conservation and economics. On Earth Day 1991, Governor Pete Wilson presented an environmental agenda that promised to create between land owners and environmentalists, agreements that would guarantee the protection of -endangered species and out of this grew the pioneering initiative, known as the Natural Communities Conservation Planning (NCCP) program. California's vast expanse of seemingly endless resources has traditionally been viewed as justification for abusive land use practices. The modem day recognition that resources are finite has led to greater concern, not only for conserving what is left, but for restoring abused landscapes. Ecological restoration is a new science devoted to returning disturbed environments to a semblance of their "pristine" state. Based on principles of "revegetation," restoration goes far beyond simple replanting, rather the ambition of ecological restoration is to return landscapes to functioning ecosystems and is the focus of the last section.

El Muerto Disimulado Presumed Dead

Author : Ângela de Azevedo
ISBN : 9781800345249
Genre : Fiction
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The Society for the Study of Early Modern Women and Gender awarded this work the Prize for the Best Translated Edition of a Work on Women and Gender, 2018. Valerie Hegstrom and Catherine Larson have created an annotated new edition and first-ever translation of Ângela de Azevedo’s vibrant comedy, El muerto disimulado / Presumed Dead, to promote the recuperation of early modern plays authored by women. The book contains a comprehensive introduction that describes Spanish theater in its Golden Age, what is known of the author’s life and times, contemporary stagings, and an extensive analysis of the text. Although the playwright penned her work in Spanish, the Portuguese Azevedo set the action in Lisbon, creating in the process an abundance of multicultural allusions that enrich the text’s baroque quality. The story unfolds as a cross between a jilted-lover scenario and a whodunit murder mystery. A woman laments her departed lover, a sister cross-dresses to avenge her murdered brother, a man duels with his cousin over lost honor, and before long, the dead man turns up as a ghost, or a bar maid, or a female peddler. Questions about identity abound in the witty El muerto disimulado / Presumed Dead. The transnational nature of this clever comedy complicates meanings, often producing bilingual wordplay that underscores the self-conscious, gender-bending, ludic character of the play and of theater in general. Azevedo highlights her ability to cross linguistic and geographic borders in the early modern period, as she simultaneously works within and offers a challenge to the dominant tradition of the Spanish Comedia.

Elionor Of Sicily 1325 1375

Author : Donald J. Kagay
ISBN : 9783030710286
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Elionor of Sicily, 1325–1375: A Mediterranean Queen’s Life of Family, Administration, Diplomacy, and War follows Elionor of Sicily, the third wife of the important Aragonese king, Pere III. Despite the limited amount of personal information about Elionor, the large number of Sicilian, Catalan, and Aragonese chronicles as well as the massive amount of notarial evidence drawn from eastern Spanish archives has allowed Donald Kagay to trace Elionor’s extremely active life roles as a wife and mother, a queen, a frustrated sovereign, a successful administrator, a supporter of royal war, a diplomat, a feudal lord, a fervent backer of several religious orders, and an energetic builder of royal sites. Drawing from the correspondence between the queen and her husband, official papers and communiques, and a vast array of notarial documents, the book casts light on the many phases of the queen’s life.

Neuman And Baretti S Dictionary Of The Spanish And English Languages English And Spanish

Author : Henry Neuman
ISBN : NYPL:33433075924484
Genre : English language
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Vidas De Santas Y Mugeres Ilustres De El Orden De S Benito Patriarca De Los Monges Con Varias Noticias De Diversos Reynos Y Provinciasc Con Indices Copiosos De Toda La Opra Y Al Fin Un Catalogo De Las Religiosas De San Placido Tom 1

Author : Pedro de CIRIA RAXIS Y. INOJOSA
ISBN : BL:A0021488818
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Dictionary Of The Spanish And English Language

Author : Henry Neuman
ISBN : UOM:39015016418025
Genre : Spanish language
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English And Spanish

Author : Henry Neuman
ISBN : HARVARD:HN5JPD
Genre : English language
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Neuman And Baretti S Dictionary Of The Spanish And English Languages; Wherein The Words Are Correctly Explaneid Agreeably Tho Their Different Meanings And A Great Variety Of Terms Relating To The Arts Sciences Manufactures Merchandise Navigation And Trade Elucidated

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Reti Marittime Come Fattori Dell Integrazione Europea Maritime Networks As A Factor In European Integration

Author : Giampiero Nigro
ISBN : 9788864538563
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Neumann And Baretti S Dictionary Of The Spanish And English Languages

Author : Henry Neumann
ISBN : HARVARD:32044100021450
Genre : English language
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The Responsories And Versicles Of The Latin Office Of The Dead

Author : Knud Ottosen
ISBN : 9788776911867
Genre : History
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It may seem astonishing to some that there is a need for reprinting a 14-year old dissertation, but the fact is that the book is exactly as relevant to scholars today as it was in 1993. It still represents the world's largest database to compare the responsories of the Office of the Dead in more than 2,000 sources. Since the order of these responsories differed from church to church, this order can be used to localize medieval and Renaissance liturgical books. The book is therefore an absolute necessity for everyone who conducts research on the area it covers. Put differently, the book reveals 'the geography of the concept of death' in Europe from the 9th-16th centuries from a theological, liturgical, ecclesiastical, musical and political perspective - seen from one particular liturgical office: The Office of the Dead.

Moment Theory And Some Inverse Problems In Potential Theory And Heat Conduction

Author : Rudolf Gorenflo
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Dealing With The Dead

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ISBN : 9789004358331
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From revenant legends to the regulation of burial space; from martyrologies to accounts of murder; and from the danse macabre to funerals both lavish and simple, this volume examines how communities dealt with their dead as continual, albeit non-living members.

Early Music History Volume 18

Author : Iain Fenlon
ISBN : 0521652014
Genre : Music
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Early Music History is devoted to the study of music from the early Middle Ages to the end of the seventeenth century. Articles in Volume 18 include: Music notation in Arcivio San Pietro C 105 and in the Farfa Breviary, Chigi C.VI 117; Rinuccini the craftsman: A view of his L'Arianna Ferdinand of Aragon's entry into Valladolid in 1513: The triumph of a Christian king; Citation and allusion in the late Ars nova: The case of Esperance and the En attendant songs.

Islam Under The Crusaders

Author : Robert Ignatius Burns
ISBN : 9781400867585
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The struggle between Islam and the Crusaders comprised a dialogue of cultures on a broad geographic scale and a wide expanse of time, a perennial seesaw of conquest in the West as in the East. Father Burns' pioneering work on Valencia has demonstrated that the inner reality of this sustained confrontation lies as much in the colonial interims as in the battles. Originally published in 1974. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Victory S Shadow

Author : Thomas W. Barton
ISBN : 9781501736186
Genre : History
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At the beginning of the eleventh century, Catalonia was a patchwork of counties, viscounties, and lordships that bordered Islamic al-Andalus to the south. Over the next two centuries, the region underwent a dramatic transformation. The counts of Barcelona secured title to the neighboring kingdom of Aragon through marriage and this newly constituted Crown of Aragon, after numerous failed attempts, finally conquered the Islamic states positioned along its southern frontier in the mid-twelfth century. Successful conquest, however, necessitated considerable organizational challenges that threatened to destabilize, politically and economically, this triumphant regime. The Aragonese monarchy's efforts to overcome these adversities, consolidate its authority, and capitalize on its military victories would impose lasting changes on its governmental framework and exert considerable influence over future expansionist projects. In Victory's Shadow, Thomas W. Barton offers a sweeping new account of the capture and long-term integration of Muslim-ruled territories by an ascendant Christian regime and a detailed analysis of the influence of this process on the governmental, economic, and broader societal development of both Catalonia and the greater Crown of Aragon. Based on over a decade of extensive archival research, Victory's Shadow deftly reconstructs and evaluates the decisions, outcomes, and costs involved in this experience of territorial integration and considers its implications for ongoing debates regarding the dynamics of expansionism across the diverse boundary zones of medieval Europe.

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