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Definition of the noun Atlantida
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Atlantida is a genus of Plectorthidae, described by Havlicek in 1971.
- synonym: genus Atlantida
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Brachiopoda
- class: Rhynchonellata
- family: Plectorthidae
- Atlantida a.k.a. Atlántida Department: Atlántida is a department located on the north Caribbean shore of Honduras, Central America. The capital is the port city of La Ceiba.
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- Atlantida is the traditional name of an ancient city in the Amazon River valley believed to have been founded by Phoenician explorers more than 4,000 years ago. The finds were made by Dr. Luis Bueno Horta Barbosa who was travelling with General Candido Rondon in late 1929. They discovered inscriptions carved on rocks rendered in hieroglyphics. Aside from rock formations the explorers recovered pottery inscribed with hieroglyphics along the Cumina River, in the state of Pará, Brazil. Their work indicated the Phoenicians may have traversed the Amazon River and established a city in South America.
Atlantida is a publisher.
- "Atlantida" a.k.a. "Atlántida" is an opera by Manuel de Falla based on the Catalan poem L'Atlàntida by Jacint Verdaguer.
- also known as Atlàntida
- music by Manuel de Falla
- "Atlantida" is a musical album of Lucie Vondráčková.
- released on (7 years ago)
- "Atlantida" a.k.a. "Atlantīda" is a composition.
- "Atlantida" is a French novel by Pierre Benoit published in February 1919. It was translated into English in 1920 as Atlantida. L'Atlantide was Benoit's second novel, following Koenigsmark, and it won the Grand Prize of the French Academy. The English translation of Atlantida was first published in the United States as a serial in Adventure magazine.
- also known as L'Atlantide
- language: English Language
- genre: Fantasy
- released in (96 years ago)
- "Atlantida" is a book by Borislav Pekić.
"Atlantida" is a 2014 film written and directed by Inés María Barrionuevo.
- also known as Atlántida
- countries: France, Argentina
- language: Spanish Language
- producer: Paola Suarez
- production design by Carolina Vergara
- written by Inés María Barrionuevo
- costume design by Sol Muñoz
- genres: Coming-of-age story, LGBT, Drama
- released in
Atlantida a.k.a. Atlántida was a general interest and women's magazine published in Argentina between 1918 and 1970.
Phrases with Atlantida
- Genus Atlantida
- Cellaria Atlantida
- Neumania Atlantida
- Morlockia Atlantida
- Speleonectes Atlantida
- Species Cellaria Atlantida
- Species Neumania Atlantida
- Species Speleonectes Atlantida
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Post-Soviet Women (1997)
From the Baltic to Central Asia by Mary Buckley
Atlantida is a new Russian information association. According to its statute it includes Atlantida magazine, an information agency, radio and TV programmes, a publishing house, cultural and educational centres for holding international ...
Brazilian Cinema (1995)
by Randal Johnson, Robert Stam
Carnaval Atlantida is the film where one can best trace the relationships between parody, chanchada, and Carnival, presented so that each is absorbed and explained within the limits and sphere of the others. Thus, parody arises as the only ...
Atlantida is a model for conducting household sample surveys, while Agrostan is the case study for the 1970 round of agricultural censuses. Providencia covers all aspects of conducting an economic census. Popstan is the latest country and is ...
The Atlantis Encyclopedia (2005)
by Frank Joseph
Atlantida. Literally “Atlantis”; an opera (sometimes performed in concert form) by Spain's foremost composer, Manuel de Falla (1876 to 1946). When ayouth, de Falla heard local folktales of Atlantis, and learned that some Andalusian nobility ...
by Germán Bleiberg
Madrid: Atlantida, 1926. El tributo de las siete doncellas. Madrid: Atlantida, 1926.
Exporters' Encyclopaedia (1920)
in length, in the Department of Atlantida, from Puerto Sal or Tela, to the shores of the Comayagua River, for which surveys ...
by Don Michael Randel
In addition, after Falla's death Halffter undertook to complete the unfinished scenic cantata Atlantida, ...
by Walter Robert Thurmond Witschey, Clifford T. Brown
Atlantida Choluteca Colon Comayagua Copan Cortes El Paraiso Francisco Morazan Gracias a ...
by Philip G. Altbach, Edith S. Hoshino
At the beginning of the twentieth century new names were added to the industry, such as Crespillo, Laserre, Atlantida, and Kapelusz¦ firms that are still active in publishing today. But it was in the late 1930s that cultural and publishing activities ...
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- La verdadera Historia: Sumeria y la Atlantida
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- Atlantida Legenda (Desene TRADUS IN ROMANA)
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- Ar Tai Tikra Atlantida 2005 LT
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Scrabble value of A1T1L1A1N1T1I1D2A1
The value of this 9-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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