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" It would be impossible to give a complete account of the financial resources and monetary condition of the Othoman empire, without more accurate information than we possess concerning the quantity of the precious metals which was annually put in circulation... "
The history of Greece under Othoman and Venetian domination - Sivu 62
tekijä(t) George Finlay - 1856
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The busy hives around us: trips to the mine, the workshop and the factory

Busy hives - 1860
...spots which were, indeed, at that era, completely in the country, and almost free from human dwellings. During the latter half of the fifteenth and the early part of the sixteenth centuries, there is evidence to show that the silk goods manufactured in England were confined to small and inferior...

A History of Greece: Greece under Othoman and Venetian domination, A.D. 1453 ...

George Finlay - 1877
...would be impossible to give a complete account of the financial resources and monetary condition of the Othoman empire, without more accurate information...Europe, very productive mines were worked in Macedonia, Scrvia, and Bosnia ; and in Asia, those of Bakyr Kuresi, near Ineboli, had yielded large revenues to...

The national encyclopædia. Libr. ed, Nide 12

National cyclopaedia - 1879
...harbour is good, and much frequented by coral fishers. TABARD, in Heraldry, a garment worn by knights during the latter half of the fifteenth and the early part of the sixteenth centuries, and consisting of a short frock with wide sleeves reaching to the elbows, and the armorial bearings...

Animal Symbolism in Ecclesiastical Architecture

Edward Payson Evans - 1896 - 375 sivua
...that city in 1478, and died in 1558 at Nuremberg, as an ardent and rather fanatical Protestant. In the latter half of the fifteenth and the early part of the sixteenth century, Grimmenthal was a noted place of pilgrimage, where many miraculous cures were said to have...

The Eve of the Reformation: Studies in the Religious Life and Thought of the ...

Cardinal Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1900 - 460 sivua
...architecture nothing is more remarkable than the activity in church building manifested during the later half of the fifteenth and the early part of the sixteenth centuries. From one end of England to the other in the church walls are to be seen the evidences of thought and...

Proceedings, Niteet 47–48

Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society - 1902
...the Earl of Oxford, and Richard Dyer still lived on as the tenant of the earl. During the latter part of the fifteenth and the early part of the sixteenth centuries the Dyers rose to a position of some prominence in the county. They became connected by marriage with some...

The handbook of Princeton

John Rogers Williams - 1905 - 154 sivua
...a set of faces, we believe, has ever been put upon canvas. Other works of this master, who lived in the latter half of the fifteenth and the early part of the sixteeth centuries, are preserved in the great museums at Brussels, Antwerp, Paris, Madrid, and Lisbon....

The Atlantic Monthly, Nide 113

1914
...centre of the conflict; and, in fact, until the era of geographical discovery, which marked the close of the fifteenth and the early part of the sixteenth centuries, the battleground included but a small fraction of the globe. The rivalry for first place in what we now...

The Atlantic Monthly, Nide 113

1914
...centre of the conflict; and, in fact, until the era of geographical discovery, which marked the close of the fifteenth and the early part of the sixteenth centuries, the battleground included but a small fraction of the globe. The rivalry for first place in what we now...




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