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Eulalios

(Εὑλάλιος), painter who seems to have flourished as a mosaicist and icon-painter under Manuel I; he is alluded to in several texts of the 12th–14th C. Nicholas Mesarites attributes to ... ...

Eulalios

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Anthony Cutler

The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium

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2005
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History, Early history (500 CE to 1500)
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... (Εὑλάλιος), painter who seems to have flourished as a mosaicist and icon-painter under Manuel I ; he is alluded to in several texts of the 12th–14th C. Nicholas Mesarites attributes to him the images of the Pantokrator and the Myrrophoroi in the Church of the Holy Apostles , Constantinople, and suggests that Eulalios inserted his own image into the latter scene. This statement was questioned by Demus ( infra ) but is still consistent with the ethos of 12th-C. monumental painting . N. Bees , Kunstgeschichtliche Untersuchungen über die Eulalios...

Eulalios

Eulalios  

(Εὑλάλιος), painter who seems to have flourished as a mosaicist and icon-painter under Manuel I; he is alluded to in several texts of the 12th–14th C. Nicholas Mesarites attributes to ...
González

González (16 Dec 1921)   Reference library

Cathy Ragland

The Grove Dictionary of American Music (2 ed.)

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2013
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Music, Social sciences, Regional and Area Studies
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235 words

... [ Ramírez ] , Eulalio “Piporro” ( b Los Herreras, Nuevo León, México 16 Dec 1921 ; d Monterrey, Nuevo León, México , 1 Sept 2003 ). Mexican actor , singer , songwriter , and film director . Eulalio “Piporro” González Ramírez is best known for developing an idiosyncratic style of parodying Northern Mexican, or norteño , identity, lifestyle, and language through music and comedic acting for radio, stage, and film. His career spanned 60 years. He began as a newspaper reporter and radio personality in Monterrey and in US-Mexico border towns...

Skariphos

Skariphos   Reference library

Anthony Cutler

The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium

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2005
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History, Early history (500 CE to 1500)
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117 words

...such as the one in which St. Martha dictated to a monk the scheme for her chapel at the Wondrous Mountain ( AASS May 5:416F). By the 14th C. skariphos had come to mean an artist's brush, as in an epigram of Nikephoros Kallistos Xanthopoulos on an image painted by Eulalios ( A. Papadopoulos-Kerameus , BZ 11 [ 1902 ], p.46, n.16, line 1). Anthony...

Spatharios

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Alexander Kazhdan

The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium

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2005
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History, Early history (500 CE to 1500)
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...(M. San Nicol ò, RE 2.R. 3 [ 1929 ] 1545f). Imperial spatharioi , who belonged to the corps of koubikoularioi and were eunuchs, are known from the time of Theodosios II ( Jones , LRE 1:567). The Chronicon Paschale (Chron.Pasch. 627.8–9) distinguished the “bearded” Eulalios from the “eunuchs and spatharioi ” rather than including him in their ranks, as Oikonomides ( infra ) thinks. By the beginning of the 8th C. spatharios had probably become a title: Justinian II appointed the spatharios Elias (his future murderer) as governor of...

Artists

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Anthony Cutler

The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium

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2005
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History, Early history (500 CE to 1500)
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...model of St. Luke who was supposed to have plied this trade. Painters are frequently described in hagiographic texts as “inspired” or “skilled,” and many painters are credited with privileged, supernatural aid that enabled them to finish their commissions. A great master like Eulalios was celebrated by numerous writers of his time. Amateurs, lay and monastic and often of high rank, aspired to such talents ( N. Oikonomides in AAPA 1:45–51). Artists were not narrowly specialized, which helps to explain consistencies in both style and subject matter across...

Right-Wing Violence in Miami

Right-Wing Violence in Miami   Reference library

Liz Balmaseda

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in Contemporary Politics, Law, and Social Movements

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2015
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Social sciences, Politics, Law
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1,954 words

...Virgilio Paz Romero were also charged. In addition to the Letelier bombing, six Cuban American figures who favored peaceful exchanges with the Cuban government also were murdered. Among those murdered in 1979 were Carlos Muñiz Varela, a member of the Antonio Maceo Brigade, and Eulalio Negrin, who had participated in a historic dialogue with Cuban officials. The intensified violence came as a response to a warming of relations between the United States and Cuba and a movement among some exiles to engage in dialogue with the Cuban government. Those who favored...

Mosaic

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Anthony Cutler

The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium

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2005
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History, Early history (500 CE to 1500)
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1,050 words

...of the Nativity. Clavijo describes mosaics (of the 12th or 13th C.?) in both the church and cloister of the Peribleptos monastery in Constantinople, as at St. George of Mangana . It is also known that large areas of the Holy Apostles in Constantinople were decorated by Eulalios in the 12th C. The 11th and 12th C. in general represent a high watermark in work in this medium. The decorations of Hosios Loukas , the Nea Mone on Chios, and Daphni witness to the transport of artists and materials over great distances. In the early 11th C. smalt and...

Villa, Lucha

Villa, Lucha (b. 1934)   Reference library

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States

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2005
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History, Regional and National History
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1,183 words

...singing-cowboy movies that often featured Gene Autry or Roy Rodgers. Ultimately, Villa became a marquee performer thanks to her dedication to the Mexican folkloric music of such great composers as José Alfredo Jiménez , Rubén Fuentes , Cuco Sánchez , Thomas Méndez , and Eulalio Hernández . Born Luz Elena Ruiz Bejarano in Ciudad Camargo, Chihuahua, Mexico, on November 30, 1934, Villa grew up with her maternal grandparents, who instilled in her an appreciation for Mexican folkloric music. As a teen, she competed in many talent and beauty contests, never...

Terrorism

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States

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Current Version:
2005
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History, Regional and National History
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3,191 words

...Paz Romero were also charged. In addition to the Letelier bombing, six Cuban American figures who favored peaceful exchanges with the Cuban government also were murdered. Among those murdered in 1979 were Carlos Muniz Varela , a member of the Antonio Maceo Brigade, and Eulalio Negrin, who had participated in a historic dialogue with Cuban officials. The intensified violence came as a response to a warming of relations between the United States and Cuba and a movement among some exiles to engage in dialogue with the Cuban government. Those who favored...

Brigada Antonio Maceo

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Dagmaris Cabezas

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in Contemporary Politics, Law, and Social Movements

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2015
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Social sciences, Politics, Law
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1,961 words

...“a Castro fifth column here.” The dangers proved even more ominous than anticipated, as Omega 7, a self-proclaimed Cuban terrorist group, bombed various sites in the United States, in late 1979 and the early 1980s, and also claimed responsibility for the assassination of Eulalio Negrin, a member of the Committee of Seventy Five. For more than a decade the Antonio Maceo Brigade continued to help young Cuban exiles make that first return trip home. It also organized a brigade of maceitos , groups of US-born children of former brigadistas. But over time...

Mexican Revolution

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures

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2006
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History, Regional and National History
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2,168 words

...for a convention to settle their differences. The rebels met at Aguascalientes in the summer of 1914 , and the Villistas held a majority, supported by the Zapatistas. The convention decided that Villa and Carranza should step aside. They chose a radical Villista, General Eulalio Gutierrez , as president. In his first act as governor of San Luis Potosí that spring, Gutierrez abolished debt peonage, to the outrage of Mexican and American businessmen. Carranza and Obregón decided to fight rather than accept the dictate of Villa and Zapata. In a monumental...

Brigada Antonio Maceo

Brigada Antonio Maceo   Reference library

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States

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Current Version:
2005
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History, Regional and National History
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...travel to Cuba under the direction of Carlos Muñiz Varela , a member of the first Brigada Antonio Maceo and the Committee of Seventy-five. Three months later Muñiz Varela was assassinated in Puerto Rico. In November 1980 Omega 7 claimed responsibility for the assassination of Eulalio Negrín, another member of the Committee of Seventy-five. Negrín, to the astonishment of many observers, was killed in front of his son, outside his home in Union City, New Jersey. For more than a decade the Antonio Maceo Brigade continued to help young Cuban exiles make that...

Sabedra

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Dictionary of American Family Names (2 ed.)

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2022
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Names studies
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27 words

... US frequency (2010): 844 Hispanic: altered form of Galician Saavedra . Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Lupe, Adelina, Aida, Arcelia, Cruz, Demetrio, Elia, Enrique, Ernestina, Esmeralda, Eulalio,...

Remigio

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Dictionary of American Family Names (2 ed.)

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2022
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32 words

... US frequency (2010): 1489 Spanish: from the personal name Remigio , Latin Remigius (see Remy ). Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Jose, Juan, Pedro, Andres, Angelito, Aurelio, Corazon, Cristino, Eduardo, Emilia, Eulalio,...

Urquiza

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Dictionary of American Family Names (2 ed.)

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2022
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52 words

...(2010): 2188 Basque: Castilianized form of Urkitza or Urkiza , a topographic name from urki ‘birch tree’ + the suffix -tza denoting abundance, or a habitational name from a place in Biscay so named. Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Manuel, Rafael, Sergio, Carlos, Eulalio, Jose, Juan, Aida, Alfredo, Arturo, Domingo,...

Agcaoili

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Dictionary of American Family Names (2 ed.)

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2022
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54 words

...someone who had returned to his place of origin, from a Hispanicized form of an Ilokano word meaning ‘to come back’, composed of ag- , a verb-forming prefix, + kawili ‘return’. Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Constante, Florencio, Rogelio, Angelito, Arturo, Ernesto, Eulalio, Fernando, Florentino, Francisco, Irineo,...

Chia

Chia   Reference library

Dictionary of American Family Names (2 ed.)

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Current Version:
2022
Subject:
Names studies
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160 words

...of cape. 8 Spanish ( Chía ): habitational name from Chía in Huesca province. Some characteristic forenames: Chinese Li-Li, Teck, Chee, Chen, Cheng, Chin, Chu, Der, Foong, Heng, Mei Lan, Mi-Young. Spanish Luis, Jesus, Mario, Roberto, Salvador, Abelardo, Angeles, Enrique, Eulalio, Imelda, Javier,...

Artistic Vanguards in Brazil, 1917–1967

Artistic Vanguards in Brazil, 1917–1967   Reference library

Gênese Andrade

Oxford Encyclopedia of Brazilian History and Culture

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2022
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History
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15,742 words

...Studies (IEB-USP) is fundamental, as it houses the library, archives, and visual arts collections of Mário de Andrade, the libraries of Guimarães Rosa and Graciliano Ramos, and the archives of Tarsila do Amaral and Anita Malfatti, among others. Most important in the Alexandre Eulalio Cultural Documentation Center (Cedae, IEL-Unicamp) are the collections of Monteiro Lobato, Oswald de Andrade, and Flávio de Carvalho. In the Brasiliana Guita and José Mindlin Library (BBM-USP) can be found a wide set of first editions of books and complete collections of original...

Pedro Infante and the Mexican Imagination

Pedro Infante and the Mexican Imagination   Reference library

Sal Acosta

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mexican History and Culture

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2019
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History, Regional and National History
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10,529 words

...the camera focuses on Infante’s inconsolable mother, and on the dejected face of one of Mexico’s best and best-known comedic actors, Cantinflas, who stood guard during the vigil and served as a pallbearer at the funeral. Other famous actors—including the Soler brothers, Eulalio González “Piporro,” Luis Aguilar, Emilio Fernández, and Sara García—surrounded the grave in immense sadness. The documentary effectively captures the director’s ability to film live events, but it also achieves a larger historical feat: it conveys the message that Infante did his...

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