Pavian


Also found in: Wikipedia.
Related to Pavian: Hamadryas Baboon
Translations
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
(23) Throughout Thailand, with its majority Buddhist population, there are Muslims of different ethnicities, including Malays, Yunnanese, Bengalis, Arabs, Iranians, Cham, Minangkabau, Javanese, Pavian, Pathan (Pashtu), Punjabis, and Sam Sam (Thai-Malay).
Berth occupancy was 85% at the Port on Friday where total eight ships namely CGM Columbia, MSC Judith, Ikan Sembak, Ikan Salmon, Pavian, Atlantik Glory, Al Salam II and White Puri are currently occupying berths to load/ offload Containers, cement, Soyabeen, Chemical, Diesel oil and LPG Mix respectively during last 24 hours.
Both figures suffered for defending the truth; both suffered at the hands of heretics; both died at Easter; (102) Christ was betrayed for thirty 'denari', Peter for forty Pavian lire; and by their deaths, both converted many heretics.
In the early fourteenth century, the Pavian rector Opicinus de Canistris produced a series of fantastical drawings, interweaving the limits known of known geography with depictions of astral and corporeal bodies.
What is missing is the great tragic 'Weltanschauung', which, however, Robert had achieved in his earlier play Der Pavian. (As the play was never published, we unfortunately cannot assess the validity of Heine's interpretation of it.) The tragic element of Der Pavian is that the baboon's absurd complaints are also recognized by the audience as justified:
She was a strong and able ruler, staring down challenges to her authority mounted by the Parlement of Paris, arranging for the payment of the disgruntled soldiers who were streaming back into the country after the Pavian rout, and holding together a country devastated by the loss of an illustrious list of nobles who were killed in the course of the war.
Academies might furthermore display courtly aspirations, with the Pavian Accademia degli Affidati, for instance, including duelling among its activities, alongside the discussion of Castiglione's Il libro del cortigiano.
Because of its significant musical statement, I certainly would hope to see the motet in three voices with basso con tinuo by the Pavian nun Caterina Assandra enter the repertory.