An interactive exhibition marking the quincentenary
of the bloodbath was held in a marquee.
The show features material not dissimilar to that found in an exhibition held in 1949 at the same museum to mark the quincentenary
of the birth of Lorenzo de' Medici.
Along the adjacent alley, a brass 'rime line' records dates from the end of the Pleistocene to the republic's quincentenary
Congress to discuss the Christopher Columbus Quincentenary
Jubilee Act, established on August 7, 1984 (98 Stat.
We can infer from the booklet accompanying recordings of two earlier such pieces, Agricola I and III, on the 2006 Fretwork compact disc of Agricola's chansons [Har-monia Mundi HMU 907421] that it is the latest installment in Fitch's ongoing multi-movement cycle Agricologies commemorating the quincentenary
of the composer Alexander Agricola's death in 1506.
Queen Katherine Parr's quincentenary
is being celebrated too.
At the time, an English-language study of Dufay was certainly needed--Charles Hamm had laid some groundwork with his A Chronology of the Works of Guillaume Dufay, Based on a Study of Mensural Practice (Princeton University Press, 1964), and various results of biographical and musical research had come out of the Dufay quincentenary
conference held at the City University of New York in 1974 (the proceedings, edited by Allan Atlas, were published by CUNY in 1976), but a narrative study of Dufay's entire life and output was still lacking.
I do not believe it is purely coincidental that the collection was first published in 1992, the quincentenary
of the arrival of Europeans to the continent they did not even know existed.
The year 2009 marked the quincentenary
of Calvin's birth.
The book series is one element of the broader Calvin Quincentenary
, an international, multidisciplinary, and nondenominational celebration of the life and work of John Calvin, corresponding to the five-hundredth anniversary of his 1509 birth.
They were spotted by motorists leaping from the Quincentenary
Bridge into the swollen Corrib in Galway city shortly before 9am on Saturday.
The Civilian Tradition and Scots Law: Aberdeen Quincentenary
Essays (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 1997) 167 at 171.