Aquileia


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A·qui·le·ia

 (ä′kwə-lā′ə, ä′kwē-lĕ′yä)
A town of northeast Italy near the Adriatic Sea. Founded by the Romans as a military outpost in 181 bc, it was frequently destroyed by invaders, including Attila (ad 452).

Aquileia

(ˌækwɪˈliːə)
n
(Placename) a town in NE Italy, at the head of the Adriatic: important Roman centre, founded in 181 bc. Pop: 3329 (2001)
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First Africa rebelled, then the Senate with all the people of Rome, and all Italy conspired against him, to which may be added his own army; this latter, besieging Aquileia and meeting with difficulties in taking it, were disgusted with his cruelties, and fearing him less when they found so many against him, murdered him.
When Giovanni Grimani, patriarch of Aquileia, died in 1593, he left part of his collection, which had been housed in the Sala della Tribuna of Palazzo Grimani [Fig.
"Los teologos" tells the story of Aureliano, coadjutor from Aquileia, and his indirect rival Juan de Panonia.
Thus after four chapters that survey how the non-Roman regions on either side of the Po River became Roman, we are treated to portraits of individual locations: Como, the Tanaro Valley, Aquileia, and Milan.
Venice and its lagoon, the Patriarchal Basilica of Aquileia, and Ferrera, City of the Renaissance, and its Po Delta, all hit the top of a risk scale devised for the study.
Venice and its lagoon, Renaissance city Ferrara and its Po Delta, and the Patriarchal Basilica of Aquileia all hit the top of a risk scale devised for the study.
He died in Aquileia, Italy in 238 while attempting to put down a revolt from senators.
Since 2010, he has been in charge of the Heidenheim Opera Festival as its artistic director, and is the founder and director of the Festival's orchestra, Cappella Aquileia. Bosch conducted numerous large orchestras in Europe, Asia and America in a guest capacity, including the Staatskapelle Dresden, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestre National de Belgique, Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Orchestra Nazionale della RAI Torino, and State Philharmonic Orchestra in Nuremberg since 2011, among others.
He points out that though students of Pseudo-Clementine literature have paid little attention to the poem, its first 14,500 lines represent probably the most complete and faithful pre-modern translation of two texts by Clement I, pope of Rome (88-99 CE), the Recognitiones and the Epistula Clementis ad Iacobum of Rufinus of Aquileia. ACMRS is the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
Como senala la traductora, aunque el relato que conservamos comienza en los alrededores del Sinai, es de suponer que el viaje anterior, por Europa, hubiese seguido el recorrido que aparece en un Itinerario anonimo, fechado unas decadas antes (ano 333): Burdeos, Arles, Milan, Aquileia, Sirmium, Sofia y Constantinopla.
Molin, "The glass of the "Casa delle Bestie Ferite": a first systematic archaeometric study on Late Roman vessels from Aquileia," Journal of Archaeological Science, vol.