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  1. El Muro de Adriano se planificó probablemente antes de la visita de Adriano a Gran Bretaña en el año 122. Según los fragmentos de arenisca restaurados que se encontraron en Jarrow y que datan del año 118 o 119, el deseo de Adriano era mantener «intacto el imperio», que le había sido impuesto por «instrucción divina».

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Romano_ProdiRomano Prodi - Wikipedia

    Romano Antonio Prodi OMRI (Italian: [roˈmaːno ˈprɔːdi] (); born 9 August 1939) is an Italian politician, economist, academic, senior civil servant, and business executive who served as the tenth president of the European Commission from 1999 to 2004.

  3. Biografia. È nato a Lagos in Nigeria quando ne era ancora la capitale, da genitori inglesi.Ha vissuto in molti paesi, tra cui Hong Kong e le Bahamas, prima di stabilirsi nella città di Norwich nella contea di Norfolk in Inghilterra, dove si è laureato all'Università dell'East Anglia, dopo di che, dopo aver lavorato per un periodo all'agenzia delle entrate inglesi, si è dato all ...

  4. Contents move to sidebar hide Début 1 Liminaire 2 Étymologie 3 Origines Afficher / masquer la sous-section Origines 3.1 Recherches pré-modernes 3.2 Génétique 3.3 Anthropologie 3.3.1 Mechta-Afalou ou Proto-Berbère 3.3.2 Mechtoïde 3.3.3 Protoméditérannéen 3.4 Linguistique 3.5 Récits de l'Antiquité et du Moyen Âge 3.5.1 Selon Salluste 3.5.2 Selon Hérodote 3.5.3 Selon Ibn Khaldoun 3. ...

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  6. La reine de Chypre (The Queen of Cyprus) is an 1841 grand opera in five acts composed by Fromental Halévy to a French-language libretto by Jules-Henri Vernoy de Saint-Georges. The libretto was praised by Richard Wagner , who called it "noble, feeling and even new and elevating", although he was critical of Halévy's lapses towards what he ...

  7. to/for the honour: i.e., not for the purpose of gaining any material reward ad infinitum: to infinity: i.e., enduring forever. Used to designate a property which repeats in all cases in mathematical proof. Also used in philosophical contexts to mean "repeating in all cases." ad interim (ad int.) for the meantime

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