Aquitanian


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Aquitanian

[‚ak·wə′tān·ē·ən]
(geology)
Lower lower Miocene or uppermost Oligocene geologic time.
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The first extant generations moved in the spheres of the learned Aquitanian courts and of musical monasteries such as Saint Martial de Limoges.
Aquitanian Rib: Understanding of wide-area networks.
16) In a comprehensive edition that compares complete texts employed by six of the main Aquitanian manuscript sources through the eleventh century, Charlotte Roederer cites further examples of Cum Rex that Miazga did not study.
Their topics include the offertory/response Recordare mei Domine, problems of pitch level and modal structure in some Gregorian offertories, and Aquitanian offertory-prosulas and their significance for the history of offertory-melismas.
96, PIXV/3-6 Material - 2 Samples Distribution - Aquitanian of Eidajti and Shurab.
In 1995, after the initial joint acquisition with Notre Dame, Theodore Karp, a distinguished Midwestern musicologist at an institution not yet a Newberry partner, brought to the Newberry's attention a liturgical codex copied in about 1300 that contained a rare example of Aquitanian neumatic notation, a form of musical notation that antedated the square notation customarily found in late medieval manuscripts and early printed tomes.
For the ninth-century Franks who were using these coins to buy and sell and pay their taxes there was no discernible difference between Italian, Aquitanian or Frisian coins: it truly was a single European currency.
Consider their language: Kurlansky mentions the fact that it is an agglutinative language, similar to Finnish and Hungarian, but he doesn't seem to be aware of the most recent determinations, namely, that Basque is a vestige of the language of the Aquitanian people, the last pre-Indo European language group to survive in the area extending from the Pyrcnecs to the Garonne and on down to present-day Navarre.
Origin Isolate Plant Area Serotype([dagger]) PAV-2t Barley Paris basin cpA PAV-L14 Maize Aquitanian basin cpA Severity on Isolate barley PAV-2t High([double dagger]) PAV-L14 Moderate([sections])
The British quartet the Orlando Consort presented two concerts: their first programme consisted of the earliest polyphony, Aquitanian, School of Notre Dame, Winchester Troper, and, best of all, one very beautiful selection from the Cambridge Songbook, Verbum Patris humanatur.
It is beautifully produced on art paper, well illustrated with both photographs and music examples, enabling for example Nicole Sevestre to include a complete (six-page) fragment of a newly discovered Aquitanian proser.
This, suggests Carozzi, might be because of Aquitanian local patriotism.