Baetica

Baetica

 

Roman province in southern Spain, formed under Augustus, circa 15–12 B.C., upon the division of Lusitania from Hispania Ulterior. It was named Baetica in the second half of the first century B.C. In comparison with other Roman provinces in Spain, Baetica was the most highly developed economically and the most romanized. In the early fifth century the territory of Baetica was conquered by the Vandals.

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Tacitus, the Roman Temple of Moreria Street (Cordoba) and the origin of the Provincial Cult in Baetica
Las conflictivas relaciones entre los corregidores militares y los capitanes generales de la Costa de Andalucia y de la Costa de Granada en el siglo XVIII", Baetica.
Belen "Evolucion de la tipologia arquitectonica y caracterizacion paisajistica de los grandes equipamientos urbanos" Revista Baetica Estudios de Arte, Geografia e Historia, 34 (2012): 103-126.
At the same time, the paving of the central terrace of the architectonic complex devoted in the prouincia Baetica to imperial worship was taken down, and a wall was erected to close off the eastern side of the square on its highest terrace, which had so far remained open (Murillo et al, 2003 and 2009a).
Falla's rarely-heard Fantasia Baetica is no overlooked masterpiece - a cocktail of neo-classicism, Stravinskian dissonance and dollops of Spanish colour - but it's fun and Hewitt gave it a flamboyant bravura climax.
eriopus; y endemismos betico-rifenos como Klasea baetica y Digitalis obscura subsp.
Asi mismo, con los de Zarate et al, (1997) durante sus experiencias en la regeneracion de Echinospartum algibicum, estos mismo autores tambien obtuvieron resultados de enraizamiento en medios con BAP en sus trabajos de induccion de brotes multiples con Atropa baetica atribuyendo un efecto residual del BAP en el desarrollo de los explantes.
She languidly lingered on the lazy, seemingly semi-improvised phrases of Granados' "Rondalla aragonesca" before building up to a series of terrifying climaxes; she also braved his monster knucklebuster "The Straw Man" with great technical prowess and tackled Falla's massive "Fantasia Baetica," a piece verging on orchestral proportions with ultra-florid and impressionistic demands, with indefatigable dazzle and drama.
More recently, two new alkaloids, (+)-cis-cularine N-oxide (46) and (+)-ris-sarcocapnine Noxide (47) were isolated from Ceratocapnos heterocarpa (Suau 1996), and (+)-sarcocapnidine N-oxide (48) was isolated from Sarcocapnos baetica subsp, integrifolia (Castedo et al.
El Programa Espanol de Desarrollo y Diversificacion Economica de Zonas Rurales Objetivo 1, Baetica, vol.
Cordoba was not a "new" city, you see, but had been the capital of the Roman province Hispania Ulterior Baetica and then a Visigothic possession for many hundreds of years before the Islamic hordes violently took it in 711.