The paladins (or Twelve Peers) are twelve fictional knights of legend, the foremost members of Charlemagne 's court in the 8th century. They first appear in the mediaeval (12th century) chanson de geste cycle of the Matter of France, where they play a similar role to the Knights of the Round Table in Arthurian romance.
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The Hitler/Franco encounter at Hendaye in October 1940 was a central myth of Francoist propaganda. Allegedly, faced with threats and blandishments to force Spain into war on the Axis side, Franco coolly stood his ground and thereby secured Spanish neutrality. However, there is little evidence that Hitler did threaten Franco.
- Paul Preston
Teide, or Mount Teide, (Spanish: El Teide, Pico del Teide, pronounced [ˈpiko ðel ˈtejðe], "Teide Peak") is a volcano on Tenerife in the Canary Islands, Spain.Its summit (at 3,715 m (12,188 ft)) is the highest point in Spain and the highest point above sea level in the islands of the Atlantic.
Badia Vilatò, Xavier: L'aigle blessé par l'alliance C.N.T.-U.G.T. (Images de l'Espagne franquiste) (The Eagle Wounded by the C.N.T.-U.G.T. Alliance [Images of Francoist Spain])
Topics: Espagne post-franquiste, apprivoisement, [ SHS.HIST ] Humanities and Social Sciences/History
Ism [edit | edit source]. Ittyassan d tigira ad ɣ dar wida ittaran s tmaziɣt ism n "muritan". Ibdr muḥmmad cafiq ɣ umawal nns imqqurn ismawn n aggawj d agawc i tmazirt n muritanya. ɣ umawal nns daɣ, amuritaniy iga t agadj, d umagut nns iga t igudajn. ur nssin mani ɣ d yiwy tiguriwin ad. ẓḍarn ad gin zɣ dar imuzaɣ.
Topics: Histoire, Antiquité, Espagne, Franquisme, [SHS.HIST]Humanities and Social Sciences/History
The names Cale and Callaici are the origin of today's Gaia and Galicia. Another theory proposes that Cale or Calle is a derivation of the Celtic word for port, like the Irish caladh or Scottish Gaelic cala. These explanations, would require the pre-Roman language of the area to have been a branch of Q-Celtic, which is not generally accepted ...