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fasti

(ˈfæstiː; ˈfæstaɪ)
pl n
an ancient Roman calendar indicating the days when legal business could legitimately be carried out
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James, the eldest of 12 children, is referred to in Fasti as James of Blaiket, parish of Urr.
Al dedicar ese libro a Isabel la Catolica, Geraldini tambien ocupa un vacio: despues del Carmen bucolicum dedicado a Alonso de Aragon, los libros de odas dedicados a Juana de Aragon y los Fasti dedicados al rey Fernando el Catolico (108), la reina Isabel era la unica persona importante de la corte real sin versos dedicados por Antonio Geraldini.
Fritsen extends this critical conversation by focusing her study on the humanist Fasti commentaries produced during the fifteenth century by Paolo Marsi, Antonio Costanzi, Antonio Volsco, and Pomponio Leto as well as other members of the so-called Roman Academy and its peripheral Italian colleagues.
Between the publication of the Ars Amatoria and the Fasti, the two young Caesars had died and four more had taken their place.
She explores epigraphic evidence, particularly the Fasti Triumphales.
WEIDEN BOYD, <<Celabitur Auctor: The Crisis of Authority and Narrative Patterning in Ovid Fasti 5>>, Phoenix 54, 2000, pp.
The new ERD Xpert series of compressed-air dryers from Fasti in Austria promises improved energy efficiency and more cost-effective hopper construction.
More importantly, Cervantes chooses to imitate Ovid's Fasti, a place of feast and constellations, of temples and propitious moments, a work that reflects upon Julius's calendar and obelisk, and upon Augustus's Horologium.
At the time of her death she was engaged in the writing of her doctoral thesis on "The Teller and the Tale: an Examination of Narrative Technique in Ovid's Fasti, with Special Reference to Book 2".
Frente a esta interpretacion, la mayoria de los investigadores se decantan por la asociacion entre lucina y lux o luz, pues tal y como afirma Ovidio <<el bosque (lucus) le dio este nombre, o bien se debe a que tu posees el principio de la luz>>; el poeta latino indica su localizacion, al anadir que <<al pie del Monte Esquilino habia un bosque con el nombre de la Gran Juno>> (Fasti, II, 435-436 y 449-450) (16).
A meeting of air navigation service providers, industry and regulators that took place in Brussels has endorsed the First Air Traffic Control Support Toots Implementation (FASTI) Operational Concept.
The story of the west wind's ardent pursuit of the earth nymph Chloris, their marriage, and her subsequent elevation to the rank of goddess as mater florum ('mother of flowers', Fasti, v.