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 (ăl′ər-ĭk) ad 370?-410.
King of the Visigoths (395-410) who plundered Greece in 395 and attacked Italy, conquering Rome in 410.


(Biography) ?370–410 ad, king of the Visigoths, who served under the Roman emperor Theodosius I but later invaded Greece and Italy, capturing Rome in 410


(ˈæl ər ɪk)

A.D. c370–410, king of the Visigoths: captured Rome 410.
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De acordo com Mendes (Mendes, Heinz Foerthmann e Darcy Ribeiro, 2006, 25), a relacao de amizade antiga com o botanico e professor Alarich Schultz, marido de Irmigard (irma de Foerthmann), e com o irmao deste, Harald Schultz, chefe da Equipe Cine-Fotografica do Servico de Protecao aos Indios, o levou a cursar Instrucao Basica em Cinema, a se aperfeicoar em fotografia industrial e a ingressar no SPI.
Camera (color, widescreen), Martin Gschlacht; editor, Alarich Lenz; music, Herbert Tucmandl; production designer, Isidor Wimmer; costume designer, Caterina Czepek; sound (Dolby Digital), William Edouard Franck, Ralph Thiekoetter; sound designers, Philipp Mosser, Nils Kirchhoff; line producer, Bernhard Schmatz; assistant director, Anton Maria Aigner; casting, Nicole Schmied.
The samples are preserved in the Herbarium of the Museu de Ciencias Naturais - Herbario Alarich Schultz (HAS 25088, 25094, 25095, 25097, 25101, 25111, 25112, 25115, 25203, 25212).
Und den Fluss hinauf, hinunter, zieh'n die Schatten tapfrer Gothen, Die den Alarich beweinen, ihres Volkes besten Todten.
The "Busentowelle" is to carry the song from ocean to ocean; the melodious flow of water and song ensures the transmission of the memory of King Alarich and his early end.
The terms in which nineteenth-century pedagogy tended to understand memorization mirror those that "Das Grab im Busento" deploys with respect to its "main character" Alarich and his memory.