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by Giuliano Gasparri
Caramuel, too, argues that...
Catholic Encyclopedia (1912)
The cathedral was built in 1100, rebuilt in the sixteenth century, and in the seventeenth by Bishop Caramuel Lobkowitz, 1680, himself an architect, '. also contributed to the expense. The Church of S. Pietro Martire was built, with the adjacent ...
CARAMUEL DE LOBKOVITSH (J01-IN), a Cistercian monk, born at Madrid in 1606, was at first abbot of Melrose, in the Low Countries, then titnlary bishop of Missi- afterwards by a sinrrular turn enlrineer and intendaiit of the fbrtificationl; ...
by John Gorton
CARAMUEL DE LOBKOVITSH (Jons) a Cistercian monk, ...
by Hugo Riemann
(See CARAMUEL DE L.) Lobo (Lopez, Lupus), Duarte, one of the most distinguished ancient Portuguese composers, pupil of Manoel Mendes, was (cir. 16oo) choir-master of the Hospital church, and afterwards of the Cathedral, at Lisbon, and ...
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Scrabble value of C3A1R1A1M3U1E1L1
The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine