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Minturnae

(mĭntûr`nē), ancient town of Latium, Italy, 7 mi (11.3 km) E of Formia. It was important because it controlled the bridge on the Appian Way over the Liris River. Founded by a people called the Aurunci or Ausones, it became a Roman colony (295 B.C.) and a flourishing commercial center. There are important ruins (including an aqueduct), two theaters, forums, and other buildings N of modern Minturno.
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Minturno acusa la impronta de Aristoteles como Schiller la de Kant o Iser la de Gadamer si nos atenemos tanto al credito que uno y otro confian a sus fuentes, como al que en ellas deposita la ulterior tradicion poetica.
Major organization : CENTRALE UNICA DI COMMITTENZA COMUNI DI FORMIA GAETA E MINTURNO
Aqui destaca la importancia de modelos italicos de foro con porticus triplex, como el caso del foro de Minturnae (Minturno, Italia), que en su desarrollo y expansion a las provincias, emplea identico tipo de estructura en planta alta de la substruccion.
Several years later, Garcilaso encountered similar circumstances during his exile in Naples, where he corresponded with Pietro Bembo and met with the distinguished Italian poets Antonio Minturno, Luigi Tansillo, and Bernardo Tasso (Helgerson 44).
The affect produced in the audience of tragedy was in the Renaissance and seventeenth century a much-discussed topic, notably in the many commentaries on Aristotle's Poetics, such as Minturno's Arfe Poetica (1564) and Castelvetro's Poetica d'Aristotele Vulgarizzata e Sposta (1570).
Garcia Berrio (69) senala brevemente a Minturno, quien habia introducido la cuestion de la novela en su discusion del poema epico.
The show, composed of five-minute episodes, has followed her to a traditional procession in Minturno, Italy (where her family has roots), to milongas in Buenos Aires, and to various cultural festivals at home in New York City.
SECOND WORLD WAR Otta, Norway (1940), Defence of Arras, Dunkirk (1940), Normandy Landing, Tilly sur Seulles, St Pierre La Vielle, Gheel, Nede'rijn, North-west Europe (1940, 1944-45), Gazala, Defence of Alamein Line, El Alamein, Mareth, Akarit, North Africa (1942-43), Landing in Sicily, Lentini, Sicily (1943), Minturno, Anzio, Italy (1943-44), Arakan Beaches, Burma (1945).
9), who took his cue from Minturno, and further formalized by Francisco de Cascales (Tablas poeticas, 2:2).
Judith Mossman notes that Hecuba was "the most translated and imitated Greek play of the sixteenth century" (225), and writers of poetics treatises such as Scalinger, Minturno, and Sidney knew Euripides' play well enough to use it to demonstrate their theories about dramatic structure.
REDCAR: 1.30 Harcas, 2.00 Regal Kiss, 2.30 Saltergate, 3.05 Minturno, 3.40 Soviet Secret, 4.15 Sonia Girl, 4.50 Andorn, 5.20 Desert Hunter.
Barry McHugh, who rode sixth-placed Minturno, was given a two-day ban on August 18 and 21 for careless riding.