The Latin Rule was specific codes for the Templar Order. Its 72 clauses defined the ideal behaviour for the…

The Latin Rule was specific codes for the Templar Order. Its 72 clauses defined the ideal behaviour for the…

kali_merette2002 posted a photo:  Monte Vettore...  Le monte Vettore (du latin Victor : « vainqueur »), dont le sommet s'élevant à 2 476 m d'altitude se situe dans les Marches, est une montagne située dans l'Est de l'Italie centrale, près de la frontière des régions Ombrie et Marches, et constitue le point culminant des monts Sibyllins, dans le massif des Apennins.  (fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monte_Vettore )

kali_merette2002 posted a photo: Monte Vettore... Le monte Vettore (du latin Victor : « vainqueur »), dont le sommet s'élevant à 2 476 m d'altitude se situe dans les Marches, est une montagne située dans l'Est de l'Italie centrale, près de la frontière des régions Ombrie et Marches, et constitue le point culminant des monts Sibyllins, dans le massif des Apennins. (fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monte_Vettore )

Vilken dag är en viss helgdag under kyrkoåret? Utgår från latin och visar datum under åren från 1500 och framåt.

Vilken dag är en viss helgdag under kyrkoåret? Utgår från latin och visar datum under åren från 1500 och framåt.

https://flic.kr/p/UcCrrF | Disabled War Veterans Mausoleum - War of the Pacific - Cementerio General - Chile - June 2 2017-29 | Mausoleo de Cuerpo de Inválidos - Veteranos de la Guerra de Pacífico (1879)   es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guerra_del_Pac%C3%ADfico   The Cementerio General de Santiago, Chile is one of the largest cemeteries in Latin America with an estimated 2 million burials.   The cemetery was established in 1821 after Chile's independence when Bernardo O'Higgins inaugurated the…

https://flic.kr/p/UcCrrF | Disabled War Veterans Mausoleum - War of the Pacific - Cementerio General - Chile - June 2 2017-29 | Mausoleo de Cuerpo de Inválidos - Veteranos de la Guerra de Pacífico (1879) es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guerra_del_Pac%C3%ADfico The Cementerio General de Santiago, Chile is one of the largest cemeteries in Latin America with an estimated 2 million burials. The cemetery was established in 1821 after Chile's independence when Bernardo O'Higgins inaugurated the…

Jonquils (narcissus jonquilla): Narcissus jonquilla (jonquil, rush daffodil) is a bulbous flowering plant, a species of Narcissus (daffodil) that is native to Spain and Portugal, but has now become naturalised in many other regions: France, Italy, Turkey, the former Yugoslavia, Madeira, British Columbia, Utah, Illinois, Ohio, and the southeastern United States from Texas to Maryland.  Narcissus jonquilla bears long, narrow, rush-like leaves (hence the name "jonquil", Spanish junquillo, from…

Jonquils (narcissus jonquilla): Narcissus jonquilla (jonquil, rush daffodil) is a bulbous flowering plant, a species of Narcissus (daffodil) that is native to Spain and Portugal, but has now become naturalised in many other regions: France, Italy, Turkey, the former Yugoslavia, Madeira, British Columbia, Utah, Illinois, Ohio, and the southeastern United States from Texas to Maryland. Narcissus jonquilla bears long, narrow, rush-like leaves (hence the name "jonquil", Spanish junquillo, from…

Zamia Furfuracea (zamia furfuracea): Zamia furfuracea is a cycad native to southeastern Veracruz state in eastern Mexico. Although not a palm tree (Arecaceae), its growth habit is superficially similar to a palm; therefore it is commonly known as cardboard palm or cardboard cycad. Other names include cardboard plant, cardboard sago, Jamaican sago and Mexican cycad (from Mexican Spanish Cícada Mexicana). The plant's binomial name comes from the Latin zamia, for "pine nut", and furfuracea…

Zamia Furfuracea (zamia furfuracea): Zamia furfuracea is a cycad native to southeastern Veracruz state in eastern Mexico. Although not a palm tree (Arecaceae), its growth habit is superficially similar to a palm; therefore it is commonly known as cardboard palm or cardboard cycad. Other names include cardboard plant, cardboard sago, Jamaican sago and Mexican cycad (from Mexican Spanish Cícada Mexicana). The plant's binomial name comes from the Latin zamia, for "pine nut", and furfuracea…

Muster John Henry (tagetes minuta): Tagetes minuta has numerous local names that vary by region, most commonly found in the literature as; chinchilla, chiquilla, chilca, zuico, suico, or the Spanish term anisillo. Other names include muster John Henry, southern marigold, stinking roger wild marigold, or black mint, is a tall upright marigold plant from the genus Tagetes, with small flowers, native to the southern half of South America. Since Spanish colonization, it has been introduced…

Muster John Henry (tagetes minuta): Tagetes minuta has numerous local names that vary by region, most commonly found in the literature as; chinchilla, chiquilla, chilca, zuico, suico, or the Spanish term anisillo. Other names include muster John Henry, southern marigold, stinking roger wild marigold, or black mint, is a tall upright marigold plant from the genus Tagetes, with small flowers, native to the southern half of South America. Since Spanish colonization, it has been introduced…

Cardboard Palms (zamia furfuracea): Zamia furfuracea is a cycad native to southeastern Veracruz state in eastern Mexico. Although not a palm tree (Arecaceae), its growth habit is superficially similar to a palm; therefore it is commonly known as cardboard palm or cardboard cycad. Other names include cardboard plant, cardboard sago, Jamaican sago and Mexican cycad (from Mexican Spanish Cícada Mexicana). The plant's binomial name comes from the Latin zamia, for "pine nut", and furfuracea…

Cardboard Palms (zamia furfuracea): Zamia furfuracea is a cycad native to southeastern Veracruz state in eastern Mexico. Although not a palm tree (Arecaceae), its growth habit is superficially similar to a palm; therefore it is commonly known as cardboard palm or cardboard cycad. Other names include cardboard plant, cardboard sago, Jamaican sago and Mexican cycad (from Mexican Spanish Cícada Mexicana). The plant's binomial name comes from the Latin zamia, for "pine nut", and furfuracea…

Ash (fraxinus): Fraxinus /ˈfræksᵻnəs/, English name ash, is a genus of flowering plants in the olive and lilac family, Oleaceae. It contains 45–65 species of usually medium to large trees, mostly deciduous though a few subtropical species are evergreen. The genus is widespread across much of Europe, Asia and North America.  The tree's common English name, "ash", traces back to the Old English æsc, while the generic name originated in Latin. Both words also mean "spear" in their respective…

Ash (fraxinus): Fraxinus /ˈfræksᵻnəs/, English name ash, is a genus of flowering plants in the olive and lilac family, Oleaceae. It contains 45–65 species of usually medium to large trees, mostly deciduous though a few subtropical species are evergreen. The genus is widespread across much of Europe, Asia and North America. The tree's common English name, "ash", traces back to the Old English æsc, while the generic name originated in Latin. Both words also mean "spear" in their respective…

Painter: Armenian illuminator ? Date: 1287 Original location: Cilicia ? Collection: unknown Medium and Size:  Literature: illustrated online at Wikipedia.org/wiki/Armeno-Mongol_relations; The article cites the source of this illumination as Claude Mutafian, Le Royaume Arménien de Cilicie, p. 55, who states 'the King of Armenia decided to engage in the Mongol alliance, an intelligence that the Latin barons lacked, except for Antioch' . The image also appears in S. Murray, &#3...

Painter: Armenian illuminator ? Date: 1287 Original location: Cilicia ? Collection: unknown Medium and Size: Literature: illustrated online at Wikipedia.org/wiki/Armeno-Mongol_relations; The article cites the source of this illumination as Claude Mutafian, Le Royaume Arménien de Cilicie, p. 55, who states 'the King of Armenia decided to engage in the Mongol alliance, an intelligence that the Latin barons lacked, except for Antioch' . The image also appears in S. Murray, &#3...

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