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Pa·le·stri·na

 (păl′ĭ-strē′nə, pä′lĕ-strē′nä), Giovanni Pierluigi da 1526?-1594.
Italian composer noted for his sacred choral music, which typifies late Renaissance polyphony.

Palestrina

(ˌpælɛˈstriːnə)
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(Biography) Giovanni Pierluigi da (dʒoˈvanni pierˈluiːdʒi da). ?1525–94, Italian composer and master of counterpoint. His works, nearly all for unaccompanied choir and religious in nature, include the Missa Papae Marcelli (1555)

Pa•le•stri•na

(ˌpæl əˈstri nə)

n.
Giovanni Pierluigi da, 1526?–94, Italian composer.
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Entre ellos, contamos siete ejemplos etruscos (dos vasos, cuatro sarcofagos y una pintura mural), dos o tres cistas de bronce hechas en Praeneste y un vaso encontrado en el norte de Apulia (Canosa) (1).
En las excavaciones de Praeneste, que albergaba el Santuario de la Fortuna Primigenia en el Lazio italiano, se encontraron diversos cuencos de plata egipcios falsificados por los comerciantes fenicios para abastecer el lucrativo mercado de la antigua Roma.
con muchas similitudes con el mas o menos coetaneo Tabularium o Archivo del Senado de Roma y con aspectos del Santuario de la Fortuna Primigenia en Praeneste, hoy Palestrina y, asimismo de c.
Es el caso del extraordinario Charaxinae Prepona praeneste (Hewitson, 1859) quien segun Constantino (2007) fue incluida en la categoria de Vulnerable (VU) en el Libro Rojo de los Invertebrados Terrestres de Colombia.
He asks the reader to imagine Pope Julius II sitting with his back to the depictions of Canon and Civic Law and looking out the window beneath the Parnassus to his villa, influenced as it was by the ancient ruins of Praeneste with its temple of Lortuna Primigenia, an oracular site.
10) alleges, girded on a sword and rallied the troops at Praeneste.
Ovid associates her with mater matuta (a goddess of ripening grain and later, the dawn) and says that she had an oracular shrine at Praeneste (55) so here we see a reference to her prophetic abilities.