Évora

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É·vo·ra

 (ĕ′vo͝o-rə)
A city of central Portugal east of Lisbon. It is noted for its ancient Roman ruins, including a large temple.

Évora

(Portuguese ˈɛvura)
n
(Placename) a city in S central Portugal: ancient Roman settlement; occupied by the Moors from 712 to 1166; residence of the Portuguese court in 15th and 16th centuries. Pop: 56 525 (2001). Ancient name: Ebora
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Livadiotti y Rocco, 2005: 230), Ebora (Hauschild, 1991; Pensabene, 2004: 185) y, tal vez, Ostia (15) (Hanlein-Schafer, 1985: 130; Gros, 2000: 316) construyeron en sus foros templos dedicados a Augusto.
En el marco nuclear seleccionado para el estudio, el delimitado por el paleoestuario y la cuenca vertiente entre la serrania gaditana y el Guadalquivir, se identifican las entidades de Ebora, Hasta Regia, Nabrissa, Vgia, Siarum, Cappa, Salpensa y el santuario de Lux Dubia, y entre aquellos cuya identificacion con la toponimia antigua es incierta o desconocida, los asentamientos de Cerro de las Vacas, Gibalbin, Maribanez y las Cabezas de San Juan.
La Tercera Seccion recibe el titulo de Pueblos que sin ser colonia ni municipios acunaron por privilegio o por tolerancia, aqui se lleva a cabo el estudio de un total de 29 cecas (Abdera, Acinipo, Aria, Bellon, Carisa Aurelia, Callet, Carbula, Caura, Ceret, Ebora, Julia Traducta, Ilurcan, Ipargo, Iripo, Laelia, Lastigi, Lontigi, Luciferi Fanum, Onuba, Urci, Orippo, stipo, Ostur, Salici, Segovia, Segobriga, Spoletum, Toletum y Ventipo).
In an attack last Wednesday, nine goats owned by the local village chief, Ulpiano Ebora of San Vicente, were killed.
Celtic supporters It was originally named Ebora by the Celts before the Romans arrived.
Shemesy trio of Reniel Ebora, Rusty Rabe and Crisvin Aborde in collaboration with Jonarie Lat and Daguplo managed to cut the lead down to seven points 66-59 to end the third quarter but could not save their team as KFH continued to apply their high intensity and high pressure defense on the way to victory.
In fact, we had studied the applicability of these indicators in four contrasted landscapes: Montados of holm and/or cork oaks, Ebora Roman Augustan cadastral network, Mitra convent kitchen garden and Douro terraced vineyard landscape.
Awon jaguda oga ni won gbimo The rogues conspired po Won pinwo mowo And shared money Won se Naira 1ofo de gongo Doing incalculable harm to the Naira Won ko kaluku da sinu isa And cast everyone into a pit Awon ebora, jegudu jera gbogbo Those monsters, parasites all A ni won dori apo kodi tan Upturned state coffers (4) Ki won o to kuro nibe
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Tiene Portugal en todas sus Prouincias diez y ocho Ciudades, de las quales algunas han sido Cortes de los Reyes antiguos, Ebora (sic), y la celebradissima Coimbra, en la qual la sapiencia edifico su casa soberana, poniendo en ella los mas raros milagros de sus poderes, con insignes Professores de todas ciencias, y letras, saliendo de aquella coronada, y rica Vniversidad muchos de los mayores luzeros de Europa.
semiotic ebora as the incontrollable excess of the symbolic drives.