Clotilda


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Clotilda

(kləˈtɪldə)
n
(Biography) ?475–?545 ad, wife of Clovis I of the Franks, whom she converted (496) to Christianity
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Summary: The story of the Clotilda has held a significant spot in the history of slavery in US
Slave wreck REMAINS of a wooden ship found embedded in mud in a river delta in Alabama may be the Clotilda, the last vessel to bring slaves to the US in 1860.
Clotilda in the fifth century; the descent of an angel with a shield of azure and "in the feelde of golde three floure delys;" and the anointing of Clovis by means of a golden ampule flown down by a dove.
FNB head of strategic marketing and communications, Clotilda Mulenga, said her bank is slowly moving from using mobile phones and internet banking merely for information reasons, such as checking of one s account balance or statements, to actually transacting on the phone.
Peter McCormack, formerly known as Peter Morrell and Peter Clotilda, was not present at Rhyl County Court yesterday when District Judge John Thomas agreed that his actions should be struck out as being "totally without merit".
Clotilda Phiri, who heads Tasintha, said the program has had clear successes in providing health services for sex workers and helping women make the transition to life outside the sex industry.
Carlo Colombara demonstrated his long career experience as Oroveso, while Maria Jose Suarez and Jon Plazaola were satisfactory as the faithful confidents Clotilda and Flavio.
Before he left for Australia, Marson became engaged to Clotilda (Chloe) Bayne, who joined him after a year.
The Slave Ship Clotilda and the Making of Africa Town, USA: Spirit of Our Ancestors.
Ten years later, I happened to pick up Sylviane Dioufs Dreams of Africa in Alabama: The Slave Ship Clotilda and the Story of the Last Africans Brought to America.
The Slave Ship Clotilda and the Making of AfricaTown, USA: Spirit of Our Ancestors.
466-511), who had converted to Roman Catholicism at the behest of his Catholic wife Clotilda exclaimed, "Oh, why could I not be there with my Frankish warriors