Aquitanian


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Aq`ui`ta´ni`an


a.1.Of or pertaining to Aquitania, now called Gascony.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Jean Pied-du-Port the country was mottled with the white tents of Gascons, Aquitanians and English, all eager for the advance.
Particle fluxes and recent sediment accumulation on the Aquitanian margin of Bay of Biscay.
Rachel Golden examines monophonic and polyphonic settings of Latin song in the twelfth-century Aquitanian versarium GB-Lbl Add.
The group of professional vocal soloists will sing medieval English carols, Italian laude, Aquitanian hymns, Spanish villancicos and motets from France, Germany, Spain and England.
Because it is the only remaining pre-Roman language in Europe, it is a language isolate with no known relatives and uncertain origins, probably a descendent of the Aquitanian language.
The assemblage is considered to be Aquitanian in age and The most important foraminifera in this assemblage are Miliolids gen.