Spalato


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Spalato

(ˈspaːlato)
n
(Placename) the Italian name for Split
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Among specific topics are the distinctiveness of the Habsburg-Ottoman border in the 18th century, alternative paths towards the age of mercantilism: the Venetian project of the Scala Di Spalato, the process of establishing the border between Russia and the Ottoman Empire in the Peace Treaty of Adrianople in 1713, regions and borders during revolutionary transformations: the example of the papal enclaves Avignon and the Comtat Venaissin in the years of the French Revolution, and revisiting early Ottoman urban morphology in southeastern Europe.
Giovanni Maver nacque a Curzola, in Dalmazia, il 18 febbraio 1891 e trascorse la sua infanzia e adolescenza a Curzola, Ragusa e Spalato.
But in the luxury of the Spalato and the baking sunshine, perhaps I managed to sample the very best the Eastern European destination has to offer.
Sabina in Rom und die Domture von Spalato, en Ephemeris Spalatensis, Jaderae, 1894, 95-108.
El Papa se podia reservar asi Croacia frente a las jerarquias dalmatinobizantina de Spalato y dalmatinofranca de Aquileya (9).