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Rhod·o·pe Mountains

 (rŏd′ə-pē, rŏ-dō′-)
A range in the Balkan Peninsula of southeast Europe extending southeast from southwest Bulgaria to northeast Greece and rising to 2,925 m (9,595 ft). In Roman times the range marked the boundary between Thrace and Macedonia.

Rhodope Mountains

(ˈrɒdəpɪ; rɒˈdəʊ-)
pl n
(Placename) a mountain range in SE Europe, in the Balkan Peninsula extending along the border between Bulgaria and Greece. Highest peak: Golyam Perelik (Bulgaria), 2191 m (7188 ft)
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Noun1.Rhodope Mountains - a mountain range in the Balkan peninsula in southeastern EuropeRhodope Mountains - a mountain range in the Balkan peninsula in southeastern Europe; extends along the border between Greece and Bulgaria
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Se encuentran las primeras fuentes escritas, como se ha dicho, en el Antiguo Egipto con la historia de Rodope (Rhodopis: "mejillas rosadas" (12)).
En esta obra, se describe como la diosa Afrodita manda traer a Eros en su auxilio para castigar a Rodope y Eutinico (p.
Of these three, only the griffon vulture has a viable population now living in Bulgaria but this is only a small population restricted to the Bulgarian Eastern Rodope Mountains.
Las extranjeras serian Berenice, Cleopatra VII, Fiale, Micale, Psecas, Quion, Rodope, Semiramis y Timele.
Orfeo se retira al monte Rodope y alli, con su lira, se dedica a cantar distintas transformaciones, entre ellas "la locura erudita" de Pigmalion, despues de hacer referencia al castigo que sufren las Propetidas que son convertidas por Venus en "piedras insensibles" por llevar "la licenciosa vida de las prostitutas".
The rest of the cast, seemingly the boys since they mostly take the women's parts, are identified as 'saunder' (playing Queen Videna and Procne), 'Nick' (playing the queen's lady), 'R Go' (playing Aspatia), 'Ned' (playing Rodope), 'Ro' (probably also R.
Las principales unidades son' las montanas del Sur Irlanda y las de la peninsula de Cornualles en Gran Bretana; el Macizo Armoricano o Montes de Bretana, Francia; el Macizo Central frances, las Ardenas, los Vosgos, la Selva Negra, el Macizo Esquistoso Renar el Harz, el Cuadrilatero de Bohemia, la Meseta Iberica y el macizo de Rodope.
We may note that by 1658/9 Cavalli was earning 400 ducats per opera, a figure which included conducting and copying expenses; Pietro Andrea Ziani, on the other hand, was paid 150 ducats per opera for composing Le fortune di Rodope e Damira (1656/7), L'incostanza trionfante overo il Theseo (1657/8) and Annibale in Capua (1660/61), his third, fourth and sixth works.(14)
While in Innsbruck, Renzi agreed to return to Venice to sing in the production of Giovanni Faustini's and Pietro Andrea Ziani's Eupatra (1654/5) at one of the city's newer but certainly less magnificent theatres, the Teatro S Apollinare, run by the impresario Marco Faustini.(53) Her compensation for that opera, as well as for her last known Venetian performance, in Le fortune di Rodope e Damira (1656/7, also at the Teatro S Apollinare), is recorded in Marco Faustini's accounts, which specify only the amount of compensation and not any other conditions of her employment.;4 Renzi earned 500 ducats (3,100 F1) for her performance in Eupatra, some 250 ducats less than for the Venetian production of Deidamia; she received half of the salary before the performances began.