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Re: Affirmative Action

I prefer Carmina Burana ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEllLECo4OM Ferrara - which had a lot of children of Niccolo d'Este III - had a lot of early .music. Filippo Maria had one daughter. Galezzo Maria with a lot of brothers and sisters loved his capella and spend a lot of money on it. Filippo ...

Re: Affirmative Action

So where did the basse dance begin? It must have been around in the fourteenth century, as Troubadour Raimond de Cornet wrote of “cansos e bassa dansas” as early as 1340. However, the basse dance rose in popularity in the fifteenth century. This century is when we start to see dance steps being rec...

Re: Affirmative Action

The Courier game, which shall have existed c 1206, if I remember correctly, had .... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Courier_chess The back rank pieces from left to right are rook (a), knight (b), bishop (c), courier (d), sage (e), king (f), queen (g), schleich (h), courier (i), bishop (j), knight (k)...

Re: Affirmative Action

Incidentally, Huck, in Italy the bishops were, and still are, called "banners" - perhaps the people who carried them in battle, so no clear association with religion. (If you know differently, I am ready to listen.) My own view is that these "banners" correspond to the Wheel and...

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First of all I'm not following Dummett's objection to "couldn't be just 14" - the Brambilla has the Wheel of Fortune (missing in the CY), and assuming Prudence-World, that means the CY merely needed to logically complete the seven canonical virtues sequence, allowing us to fill in the bla...

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