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Safavid dynasty

cultural models and tastes and acting as patrons of Persian culture, painting, architecture and music." pg 41: "The last members of the dynasty, notably Sultan-Abu Sa'id and Sultan-Husain, in fact came to be regarded as ideal Perso-Islamic rulers who develoted as much attention to agricultural development as they did to fostering Persianate court culture." rulers. The emergence in 1501 of the Safavid dynasty, Andrew


Afghanistan

of transition, members of the Timurid dynasty and their Turko-Mongol supporters became acculturate by the surrounding Persinate millieu adopting Persian cultural models and tastes and acting as patrons of Persian culture, painting, architecture and music." pg 41: "The last members of the dynasty, notably Sultan-Abu Sa'id and Sultan-Husain, in fact came to be regarded as ideal Perso-Islamic rulers who develoted as much attention to agricultural development as they did to fostering Persianate


Moscow

1 July 2001 PLACE OF DEATH Moscow, Russia Biography Manovich was born in Moscow where he studied painting, architecture, computer science, and semiotics. http: www.manovich.net bio_000.html After spending several years practicing fine arts, he moved to New York in 1981. This move caused him to have a shift in interests from still image and physical 3D space to virtual space, moving images, and the use of computers in media. While in New


Pakistan

dynasty and their Turko-Mongol supporters became acculturate by the surrounding Persinate millieu adopting Persian cultural models and tastes and acting as patrons of Persian culture, painting, architecture and music." pg 41: "The last members of the dynasty, notably Sultan-Abu Sa'id and Sultan-Husain, in fact came to be regarded as ideal Perso-Islamic rulers who develoted as much attention to agricultural development as they did to fostering Persianate court culture." <


Italy

Landini, the most famous composer of the Trecento, playing a portative organ (illustration from the 15th-century Squarcialupi Codex) The Trecento was a period of vigorous activity in Italy in the arts, including painting, architecture, literature, and music. The '''music of the Trecento''' paralleled the achievements in the other arts in many ways, for example, in pioneering new forms of expression, especially in secular song in the vernacular language, Italian (Italian language). In these regards, the music of the Trecento may seem more to be a Renaissance (Renaissance music) phenomenon; however, the predominant musical language was more closely related to that of the late Middle Ages (Medieval music), and musicologists generally classify the Trecento as the end of the medieval era. Richard H. Hoppin, ''Medieval Music''. New York, W.W. Norton & Co., 1978. ISBN 0-393-09090-6, pp. 433ff. ''Trecento'' means "three hundred" in Italian but is usually used to refer to the 1300s. However, the greatest flowering of music in the Trecento happened late in the century, and the period is usually extended to include music up to around 1420. The series, ''Polyphonic Music of the Fourteenth Century'' includes whole volumes which overlap with the series, ''Early Fifteenth Century Music''. Summary Francesco Sabatini, Italian (Italy) architect of the 18th century. Licensing '''Arborio rice''' is an Italian (Italy) short-grain rice. It is named after the town of Arborio (Arborio, Italy), in the Po Valley, where it is grown. When cooked, the rounded grains are firm, creamy, and chewy, due to its higher amylopectin starch content


France

. The museum has the second largest collection of modern and contemporary art in the world, after the MOMA in New York, with more than 70,000 works of art. These works include painting, architecture, photography, cinema, new media, sculpture and design. A part of collection is on exhibit in a 14,000 square meters space divided between two floors of the Centre Pompidou, one for modern art (from 1905 to 1960) and the other for contemporary art (from 1960). The works displayed often change


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