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Sistine a.k.a. Sistine Bailey is a fictional character from the book, The Tiger Rising.
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Rome, Ancient and Modern (1844)
And Its Environs by Jeremiah Donovan
the Sistine is a painting by Sermoneta, representing king Pepin , followed by Astolph , the captive king of the Lombards , and restoring to the Church the city of Ravenna, a work of great merit for its grouping and grandeur , but much injured.
by Stephanie Chance
Sistine is a derivation of the name Sixtus. Pope Sixtus IV had Giovanni de Dolci erect the chapel. And it is a replica of King Solomon's Temple in the Bible. You can read the dimensions in the Old Testament. In the sixteenth century, Pope Julius ...
by Louis Charles Elson
SINISTRA SISTINE CHOIR and chamber music, female choruses; pupil of Turin Conservatory. B. Aug. 14, 1868, Turin; add. Turin. Sinistra. It. " Left." Sinkapace. Dance resembling the minuet, called by old English writers passa-measure, ...
Sisters: See Perfectae Caritatis Sistine Chapel ...
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