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ⓘ List of things named Venetian




List of things named Venetian
                                     

ⓘ List of things named Venetian

The list of things named Venetian is quite extensive.

Venice usually means, from the Italian city of Venice or the Veneto region of which Venice is the capital of, or of the Venetian Republic 697-1797, historic nation in this area. The term may also mean a Venetian language, a romance language spoken mostly in the Veneto region.

The term Venetian may also mean from the American city of Venice, Florida in Sarasota County.

There are many definitions that use the term "Venetian" in the General sense, such as Venice, the Venice music Venice grammar, etc. however, There are many concepts where the "Venetian" has a special meaning that cannot be inferred form the General. There are also a lot of people, buildings and works of art with the help of "Venetian" in his name.

                                     
  • largely replaced with related Venetian With the arrival of Croats to the area in the 8th century, who occupied most of the hinterland, Croatian and Romance
  • so windmills, about 1000 artistic dovecotes, 50 active villages and its Venetian fortifications at the mountain, Exomvourgo. On Tinos, both Greek Orthodox
  • This is an alphabetical index of people, places, things and concepts related to or originating from the Byzantine Empire AD 330 1453 Feel free to
  • family and a priest named Lymas was involved in the conspiracy of Siphis Vlasto. When the Venetian authorities were made aware of the conspiracy, they
  • and noble genealogy of the Venetian state. However they did not lack for love interest or comedy. Most of the operas consisted of three acts, unlike the
  • told: Venetian Courtesan Andriana Savorgnan marries a Venetian nobleman named Marco Dandolo. This socially unequal marriage, uncharacteristic of the time
  • of the Virgin, both published in 1511 together with a second edition of the Apocalypse series. The post - Venetian woodcuts show Durer s development of
  • to the language or dialect of the same name Many place - name adjectives and many demonyms also refer to various other things sometimes with and sometimes

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