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Cór·do·ba

 (kôr′də-bə)
1. (also kôr′dō-vä) A city of north-central Argentina northwest of Buenos Aires. It was founded in 1573.
2. (also kôr′thō-vä) A city of southern Spain on the Guadalquivir River east-northeast of Seville. Probably established by Carthaginians, it was later ruled by Romans and Visigoths. During the ninth and tenth centuries, as the seat of the Moorish caliphate, Córdoba was one of the largest cities in the world and was renowned as a cultural and intellectual center.

Cor′do·van (-vən) adj. & n.

cor·do·ba

 (kôr′də-bə, -və)
n.
See Table at currency.

[American Spanish córdoba, after Francisco Fernández de Córdoba (1475?-1526?), Spanish explorer.]

córdoba

(ˈkɔːdəbə)
n
(Currencies) the standard monetary unit of Nicaragua, divided into 100 centavos
[named in honour of Francisco Fernández de Córdoba2]

Córdoba

(Spanish ˈkɔrðoβa)
n
1. (Placename) a city in central Argentina: university (1613). Pop: 1 592 000 (2005 est)
2. (Placename) a city in S Spain, on the Guadalquivir River: centre of Moorish Spain (711–1236). Pop: 318 628 (2003 est). English name: Cordova

Córdoba

(Spanish ˈkɔrðoβa) or

Córdova

n
(Biography) Francisco Fernández de (franˈθisko fɛrˈnandɛθ de). died 1518, Spanish soldier and explorer, who discovered Yucatán

cor•do•ba

or cór•do•ba

(ˈkɔr də bə, -və)

n., pl. -bas.
the basic monetary unit of Nicaragua.
[after Francisco Hernández de Córdoba, 16th-century Spanish conquistador]

Cór•do•ba

(ˈkɔr də bə, -və)

n.
1. Also, Cor′do•ba, Cordova. a city in S Spain on the Guadalquivir River: the capital of Spain under Moorish rule. 304,826.
2. a city in central Argentina. 1,208,713.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cordoba - the basic unit of money in Nicaragua; equal to 100 centavos
centavo - a fractional monetary unit of several countries: El Salvador and Sao Tome and Principe and Brazil and Argentina and Bolivia and Colombia and Cuba and the Dominican Republic and Ecuador and El Salvador and Guatemala and Honduras and Mexico and Nicaragua and Peru and the Philippines and Portugal
Nicaraguan monetary unit - monetary unit in Nicaragua
2.Cordoba - Spanish explorer who discovered Yucatan (1475-1526)
3.Cordoba - a city in southern Spain; center of Moorish culture
Espana, Kingdom of Spain, Spain - a parliamentary monarchy in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula; a former colonial power
4.Cordoba - a city in central Argentina; site of a university founded in 1613
Argentina, Argentine Republic - a republic in southern South America; second largest country in South America
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3071-3716) incluye cecas muy heterogeneas, desde la de iconografia plenamente romana, como Valentia, Corduba o Carteia, de otras como Toletum que forman parte de las cecas celtibericas tardias del jinete, como Kolounioku-Clounioq y Sekobirikes-Segobris, cuya separacion, en este ultimo caso, tambien es discutible, mientras que en las cecas latinas de la Betica, el empleo de leyenda latina puede separar en algunos casos cecas relacionadas, como Carmo de Obulco, Ursone de Castulo, etc.
2014b): "The Temple on the New Forum of Corduba and the Provincial Centre of Hispania Ulterior", Latomus, 73 (3), pp.
La administracion provincial, colonial, municipal y la justicia en la Hispania romana: especial referencia a la Betica romana, su capital Corduba y los magistrados municipales y organos con iurisdictio segun la Lex Irnitana", Revista General de Derecho Romano, no.
Pero no todas las vias de este ambito son mencionadas por dichas fuentes, incluyendose tambien, como bien se senala, otras rutas de gran interes, como la que unia Sisapo y Castulo o la que ponia en contacto Sisapo y Corduba, etc.
In the times when the Baetis was still a wild river, with uncontrollable forces when it raged down, Corduba afforded perfect command over the only fords that allowed it to be crossed in times of low water and for many kilometres around, becoming a prototype of "bridge city" (Vaquerizo 2006b); a situation that must have soon moved on from simple metaphoric expression to tangible reality.
tooke him the first time, as it is reported, in Corduba, a city of Spaine.
habia escuelas en la colonia de Corduba, tan concurridas que algunas, como a las que acudio Seneca el Viejo, superaban los doscientos alumnos (100).
Carmina nempe tua dico meliora Maronis carminibus, celsi cantibus Ouidii, odis quas cecinit Flaccus, uerbosus Homerus Corduba quern genuit, Affrica quern tenuit.
Por lo que se refiere a la Primera Seccion, titulada Colonias Espanolas que acunaron con expresion de tipos, realiza la descripcion de 15 cecas (Acci, Asta Regia, Cesar Augusta, Cartago Nova, Celsa, Carteia, Clunia, Corduba, Detosa, Emerita Augusta, Hispali, Ilici, Itvcci, Tarraco y Valentia).
The Roman poet Marcus Annaeus Lucanus was born on the 3rd of November 39 AD in Corduba, then capital of the province Baetica in Hispania Inferior.
109,y Solana y Hernandez Guerra, 2002: 67-92), aunque para otros autores (Solana y Sagredo, 2006: 45 y 243-248, mapas 69-74) serian cuatro: dos en Mangonegro, junto a Corduba, uno en Hispalis, y el ya mencionado de Pedredo de Iguna.