De Olaso obtained his B.A.
…belonging to a cycle called Geste de Doon de Mayence.
Marie-Louise-Sophie de Grouchy, Marquise de Condorcet was born in 1764 at the Chateau de Meulan.
This district is divided in two parts, the Côte de Nuits just south of Dijon and the Côte de Beaune farther south.
De Sade’s mother, Marie Elénore Maillé de Carman, was a lady-in-waiting to the princesse de Condé.
In 1510 Diego de Nicuesa, another Spanish explorer, established the settlement of Nombre de Dios at the mouth of the Chagres River,…
The epics in the Geste de Doon de Mayence deal with rebellious vassals, among them Raoul de Cambrai, in a gripping story of injustice and strained loyalties.
Bêche-de-mer, plural bêche-de-mer or bêches-de-mer, also called trepang, boiled, dried, and smoked flesh of sea cucumbers (phylum Echinodermata) used to make soups.
Founded in 1610 by Governor Don Pedro de Peralta, it was named Villa Real de la Santa Fé de San Francisco de Asis (Spanish: “Royal City of the Holy Faith of St.
Friar Bartolomé de Las Casas, sometimes called the “Apostle of the Indies,” wrote Brevísima relación de la destrucción de las Indias (A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies,…
The marquise de Lambert’s views were echoed in the works of other writers of her circle, such as the abbé Trublet and Cartaud de la Vilate (she also hosted both Anne Dacier and Houdar de la Motte).
During the Oxford period (after 1250) Kilwardby wrote an array of disparate works: De natura relationis, Quaestiones in quattuor libros Sententiarum, De 43 questionibus, and Epistola ad Petrum de Confleto.
Île-de-France, région of France encompassing the north-central départements of Val-d’Oise, Seine-et-Marne, Seine-Saint-Denis, Ville-de-Paris, Hauts-de-Seine, Val-de-Marne, Essonne, and Yvelines.
In 1510 Diego de Nicuesa, another Spanish explorer, established the settlement of Nombre de Dios at the mouth of the Chagres River, and to the southwest, Alonso de Ojeda founded San Sebastian de Urabá.
Among the feminine voices that defended women’s interests during the Renaissance and Siglo de Oro were Sor Teresa de Cartagena in the 15th century and Luisa de Padilla, Isabel de Liaño, and Sor María de Santa Isabel in the early 16th century.
Jean de Meun, de Meun also spelled de Meung, (born c. 1240, Meung-sur-Loire, France—died before 1305), French poet famous for his continuation of the Roman de la rose, an allegorical poem in the courtly love tradition begun by Guillaume de Lorris about 1225.
Her lovers included Gaspard de Coligny, marquis d’Andelot; Louis de Bourbon, duc d’Énghien (later known as the Great Condé); Pierre de Villars; both the marquis de Sévigné and his son, Charles de Sévigné; and Louis de Mornay, marquis de Villarceaux, by whom she had a son.
The final fourteen years of his life saw the appearance of De visione Dei (1453), De beryllo (1458), De possest (1460), De li non aliud (1461), De ludo globi (1462–63), De venatione sapientiae (1462), Compendium (1464) and De apice theoriae (1464), more works on mathematics and many more sermons.
His successors—most notably the Marqués de Montes Claros (1607–15), Francisco de Borja y Aragón, Prince de Esquilache (1615–21), Don Pedro Antonio Fernández de Castro, 10th Count de Lemos (1667–72), and Melchor Portocarrero Lasso de la Vega, Count de la Monclova (1689–1705)—were for the most part impressive men and capable administrators.
Manuel de Godoy, in full Manuel de Godoy Álvarez de Faria Ríos Sánchez Zarzosa, príncipe de la Paz y de Basano, duque de Alcudia y de Succa, (born May 12, 1767, Castuera, Spain—died October 4, 1851, Paris, France), Spanish royal favourite and twice prime minister, whose disastrous foreign policy contributed to a series of misfortunes and defeats that culminated in the abdication of King Charles IV and the occupation of Spain by the armies of Napoleon Bonaparte.
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