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Cordoba Roman lamps

17/02/2010 admin 0

LVDI ROMANI. Entertainment in Roman Hispania. It is the title of an exhibition virtualorganizada by the Ministry of Culture through the National Archaeological Museum and the National Museum of Roman Art in Merida. A playful view of Rome, […]

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Capitals in the House Pilate Sevilla

16/02/2010 admin 0

This weekend Cicero've been doing some French friends for Sevilla. Although the city has changed a lot since I left after five years of study in it, still remembered certain rides and places […]

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The two faces of Seneca

09/01/2010 admin 1

"Despise poverty, because no one lives with such as he had when he was born. Despise pain, pues el u will end the end. Despise fortune, because I did not give weapons that could offend the spirit. Despreciad […]

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Chest of Beatitudes

29/11/2009 admin 2

The ark or chest of the Beatitudes was a XI century Romanesque ivory plaques made with, that was a gift from the Kings of Leon Ferdinand I and his wife Sancha made to the church of San […]

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Fitero casket

27/11/2009 admin 2

Ivory casket of the Monastery of Santa Maria la Real Fitero. Navarre. Small and carved ivory, it is dated Arqueta of Fitero, for registration, Year 966. It is a masterpiece of […]

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121 Cordoba capitals in the Giralda

23/11/2009 admin 12

Last Saturday, having tea at the home of Manuel parishioner, talked about the issues that usually also talked on this platform. At some point he left the issue of Imagined Museum of Cordoba, del que Manuel opinó que le parecía […]

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Looking Córdoba in Morocco (II)

16/11/2009 Manuel Harazem 13

As if Borges himself had designed one of his literary delusions, Made, FAS in Arabic, is a city essentially mirror. An apocryphal legend says that the name comes from the inverse reflection of a city that is impossible […]

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The Lion of Monsoon

16/11/2009 admin 0

[ad#baner-480] Aparecido en el siglo XIX en el Castillo de Monzón en Palencia, Se encuentra hoy en el Museo del Louvre de Paris, This bronze lion of Muslim origin, possibly taken as booty during the Christian reconquest, and that […]