and regions. History Qingzhou is named after one of the nine provinces (Nine Provinces (China)) that appear in the ''Yu Gong'' geography chapter of the classic ''Book of Documents'' composed during the Warring States period of Chinese history (403BC － 221 BC). The history of this centuries old city dates back to ancient times twenty two centuries ago when it was part of the Dongyi area. Attractions File:Qingzhou museum 2007 04 21
for their hides, tallow and horns. The cattle and horses that provided the hides, tallow and horns essentially grew wild. The Californios' hides, tallow and horns provided the necessary trade articles for a mutually beneficial trade. The first United States, English and Russian trading ships began showing up in California before 1816. The classic book ''Two Years Before the Mast'' by Richard Henry Dana, Jr. written about 1832 provides a good first hand account of this trade., ref name "
(still in print and sanely priced) guide to these carpets, look for books by the California collector Dr. Murray Eiland. If you intend spending a lot on these carpets and especially if you are interested in older carpets, it may be worth looking deeper. The classic book on Turkoman rugs is ''Tappiseries de l'Asie Centrale'' by AA Bogolyubov, who was Tsarist governor of Turkmenistan, published in Russian and French in St. Petersburg in 1905. It was a limited edition with hand-painted
goods and merchandise to trade with the Californio Ranchos for their hides, tallow and horns. The cattle and horses that provided the hides, tallow and horns essentially grew wild. The Californios' hides, tallow and horns provided the necessary trade articles for a mutually beneficial trade. The first United States, English and Russian trading ships began showing up in California before 1816. The classic book ''Two Years Before the Mast'' by Richard Henry Dana, Jr. written about 1832
, was portrayed by Elizabeth B. Kassler in her classic book ''Modern Gardens and the Landscape'', (MOMA 1964). This garden was probably the most important work in Cramer’s professional career. At the age of 61 the garden architect had been asked to design a poet’s garden for the first national garden show in Switzerland. He worked with minimal means and maximum abstraction instead of imitating nature. Kassler described the design: ”Triangular earth mounds and a stepped cone were precisely
. They escaped from camp to climb the mountain's third peak, Point Lenana, before "escaping" back into camp. Felice Benuzzi, the team leader, retold his story in the classic book National Geographic ranked the book #74 in its "100 Greatest Adventure Books of All Time" ''No Picnic on Mount Kenya'' (1946).
of Lazarus''''', c. 1609, in the Museo Regionale, Messina, is a painting by the Italian (Italy) artist Caravaggio (1571-1610). Perhaps the most classic book in the series is ''A Concise History of Painting: From Giotto (Giotto di Bondone) to Cézanne'' by Michael Levey (of the National Gallery (National Gallery, London) in London), originally published in 1962 (ISBN 0-500-20024-6). This gives an authoritative introduction to European art history from the early use of perspective (Perspective (visual)) in Italy to the start of modern art at the beginning of the 20th century. Army career Upon completing his internship in 1942, García volunteered for combat in the army, where he was placed in command of a company of infantry. Later, he commanded a company of combat engineers before being transferred to the medical corps. He was stationed in Europe, where he rose to the rank of major (Major (United States)), earned the Bronze Star (Bronze Star Medal), and six battle stars (Service star). While in Italy, he met and fell in love with Wanda Fusillo of Naples, who he married in 1945. His first child Daisy Wanda was born in 1946. After that, Kiprensky lived in Moscow (1809), Tver 1811, Saint Petersburg 1812, in 1816–1822 he lived in Rome and Napoli. In Italy he met a local girl Anne Maria Falcucci (''Mariucci''), to whom he became attached. He bought her from her dissolute family and employed as his ward. On leaving Italy, he sent her to a Roman Catholic convent. thumb right 150px Current logo (since 2010) (File:Supercoppa Italiana logo.png) The '''Supercoppa Italiana''' (''Italian Super Cup'') is a pre-season football (association football) competition held the week before the season begins in Italy every year. It is contested by the winners of the Serie A and the Coppa Italia in the previous season, as a curtain raiser to the new season. It is usually played at the home of the Serie A champions. In 1993 and 2003 it was held in the United States cities of Washington, D.C. and East Rutherford, New Jersey (New York market). The 2002 final was played in the Libyan capital Tripoli. The 2009 and 2011 finals were played in the Bird's Nest of Beijing, China. museum Palazzo Pitti The '''''Madonna dell'Impannata''''' is a painting by the Italian (Italy) High Renaissance painter Raphael. museum Pinacoteca Vaticana The '''''Madonna of Foligno''''' is a painting by the Italian (Italy) High Renaissance painter Raphael. First painted on wood panel, it was later Transfer of panel paintings transferred to canvas (Panel painting). thumb 250px right The Italian invasion of British Somaliland in August 1940 (Image:Italian Invasion British Somaliland.JPG) During the East African Campaign (East African Campaign (World War II)) of WWII, the protectorate was occupied by Italy in August 1940, but recaptured by the British in summer 1941. Some Italian guerrilla fighting (Amedeo Guillet) lasted until 1942. Sunstreaker ('''Solo''' in Québec, '''Lince''' in Italy) was one of the first generation of Autobots in the original ''Transformers'' television series. He was the twin brother of Sideswipe (Sideswipe (Transformers)), another Autobot, and like him also turned into a Lamborghini Countach. His alternate mode however, was yellow and had a modification in the form of an engine that sticks out the back. He was described as the ultimate egotist, being notoriously difficult to work with and pair up with anyone else besides Sideswipe, and described himself as the most beautiful thing ever and Cybertron's greatest warrior. He was also a cold, ruthless and effective fighter who would do anything to win. '''Giovanni Angelo Canini''' (1617–1666) was an Italian (Italy) painter and engraver of the Baroque period. '''La Val''' (
banned in India or in parts of India as a precautionary measure to prevent riots or other form of violence. India was the second country in the world to ban ''The Satanic Verses'' by Salman Rushdie. The book ''Understanding Islam through Hadis'' by Ram Swarup was also banned. The ''Diamond Sutra'', a classic (classic book) Buddhist text, is primarily concerned with the idea of non-abidance. The concept seems to have originated with the 1st century Indian Buddhist
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