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 Roma music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Roma perform in nightclubs and restaurants across Turkey, and are known for fasil and belly dance music.
Roma music is highly varied among the diverse communities of the Roma (aka Gypsies).
Roma music characteristically has high pitch notes and melodies that outsing the harmonies.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Roma_music   (925 words)

  
 Roma Eterna - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Roma Eterna is a 2003 novel by Robert Silverberg which presents an alternate history in which the Roman Empire survives to the present day.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Roma_Eterna   (925 words)

  
 Volumna -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
In (The mythology of the ancient Romans) Roman mythology, Volumna was the goddess of nurseries.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/V/Vo/Volumna.htm   (15 words)

  
 Digital Collections - Music - Gleeson, Horace. Roma [music] : a rondo for the piano, op.47
Roma [music] : a rondo for the piano, op.47
nla.gov.au /nla.mus-an12021141   (18 words)

  
 Roma people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The cause of the Roma diaspora is unknown.
Roma music is very important in Eastern European cultures such as Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia-Montenegro, Macedonia, Hungary, Russia and Romania, and the style and performance practices of Roma musicians have influenced European classical composers such as Franz Liszt and Johannes Brahms.
In contrast, male Sinti Roma in Central Asia have H (20%), J2 (20%) and a high frequency of R2 (50%) which is found in India, with high frequencies in West Bengal and amongst the Sinhalese of Sri Lanka.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Roma_(people)   (4239 words)

  
 Mars (god) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Initially the Roman god of fertility and vegetation, and protector of cattle, he later became associated with battle.
Mars was Roman god of war, the son of Juno and a magical flower (or Jupiter).
Mars, unlike his Greek counterpart, Ares, was more widely worshipped than any of the other Roman gods, probably because his sons Romulus and Remus were said to have founded Rome; the Romans called themselves sons of Mars.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mars_(god)   (4239 words)

  
 Roma Eterna
Roma Eterna is a 2003 novel by Robert Silverberg that could be classified as alternate history; in this case, the failure of the Israelite Exodus from Egypt.
www.theezine.net /r/roma-eterna.html   (4239 words)

  
 Roma - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Roma rice, an Italian cultivated variety of rice particularly suitable for risotto
Roma is a colonia (neighbouhood) in Mexico City.
Roma, Texas, a town in the United States
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Roma   (153 words)

  
 Roma (mythology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Temples to Roma were erected in Smyrna (195 BC) and a cult of Roma is reported in Ephesus, Sardis and Delo.
Roma first appeared in 269 BC on Roman coins from Rome and also on Roman coins from Locri (Calabria) in 204 BC.
Roma was a goddess whose worship was made official by Augustus Caesar early in his career as "Princeps Civitatis" (first among citizens - i.e.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Roma_(god)   (186 words)

  
 Roma Mitchell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dame Roma Flinders Mitchell (October 2, 1913 - March 5, 2000) was a Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of South Australia and subsequently Governor of South Australia.
Mitchell also served as Chancellor of the University of Adelaide from 1983-1990 and was a member of the Council for the Order of Australia from 1981-1990.
Mitchell was made a Justice of the Supreme Court of South Australia in 1965.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Roma_Mitchell   (198 words)

  
 Roma, Queensland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Roma (26°33′ S 148°48′ E) is a town and Local Government Area in the western Darling Downs area of Queensland, Australia, 515 km (318 miles) by rail W.N.W. of Brisbane.
Roma and the Maranoa region is home to Australia's most active native Cypress_Pine sawmilling [8].
Roma is home to Australia's largest cattle saleyards.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Roma,_Australia   (486 words)

  
 Schutzstaffel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fall of the SS Upon the suicide of Adolf Hitler, and the assumption of Karl Dönitz as the new President of Germany, one of the first official acts of the new government was to abolish the SS.
SS doctors, in particular, were marked as war criminals due to the wide range of human medical experimentation which had been conducted during the Second World War as well as the role SS doctors had played in the gas chamber selections of the Holocaust.
The SS response to the German legal establishment was to petition the Reich Ministry of Justice to pass an act which removed the SS, and all of its members, from the jurisdiction of the civilian courts.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Schutzstaffel   (5838 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Roma (god)
Temples to Roma were erected in Smyrna (195 BC) and a cult of Roma is reported in Ephesus, Sardis and Delo.
Roma first appeared in 269 BC on Roman coins from Rome and also on Roman coins from Locri (Calabria) in 204 BC.
Roma was a goddess whose worship was made official by Augustus Caesar early in his career as "Princeps Civitatis" (first among citizens - i.e.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Roma-(god)   (5838 words)

  
 Roma, Queensland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Roma (26°33′S 148°48′E) is a town and Local Government Area in the western Darling Downs area of Queensland, Australia, 515 km (318 miles) by rail W.N.W. of Brisbane.
Roma and the Maranoa region is home to Australia's most active native Cypress_Pine sawmilling [8].
The greater Maranoa region consists of just under 25,000 people and a land area of 107,727 square km (of which the Roma Town and Bungil shire councils account for 8,450 people and 13,416 square km) [1].
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Roma,_Queensland   (504 words)

  
 Music as Metaphor paper
Urban Roma music was actually the favored music of the intelligentsia and nobility by the end of the nineteenth century and used as a symbol of true Hungarianness.
Musical instruments and rhythms were also prohibited, occasionally to curb their supposed allusions to the backwards past, but mainly to deny foreign or minority influences.
Ethnically heterogeneous music was common in the Balkans, and Turkish influence was strong, particularly in Bulgaria.
sadtomato.net /html/music_paper/paper_ethnic.html   (1086 words)

  
 Neville Bonner
Roma Flinders Mitchell was born in Adelaide in 1913 the second daughter of Harold and Maude Mitchell.
Dame Roma Mitchell, former South Australian Governor died on March 5 and was accorded a state funeral in recognition of her term as Governor and her life as an outstanding leader.
Roma was a brilliant student and in 1930 won a scholarship to study law at the University of Adelaide.
www.abc.net.au /btn/australians/rmitchell.htm   (650 words)

  
 Roma: Tutte le informazioni su Roma su Encyclopedia.it
Roma nasce probabilmente dall'associazione delle varie tribù che abitavano la zona attorno all'VIII secolo AC, ma la tradizione vuole che sia stata fondata da Romolo e Remo nel 753 AC.
Roma è oggi una delle destinazioni turistiche più importanti del mondo, a causa della sua immensa eredità di tesori archeologici ed artistici, così come per la sua unica tradizione e la bellezza dei suoi scorci, dei parchi e delle ville.
Roma ha due festività proprie, 21 aprile (il compleanno di Roma), e il 29 giugno (i santi patroni, Pietro e Paolo).
www.encyclopedia.it /r/ro/roma.html   (650 words)

  
 Neville Bonner
Roma Flinders Mitchell was born in Adelaide in 1913 the second daughter of Harold and Maude Mitchell.
Roma was a brilliant student and in 1930 won a scholarship to study law at the University of Adelaide.
Dame Roma Mitchell, former South Australian Governor died on March 5 and was accorded a state funeral in recognition of her term as Governor and her life as an outstanding leader.
www.abc.net.au /btn/australians/rmitchell.htm   (650 words)

  
 Paul Roma - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Paul Roma is a professional wrestler who for the most part of his early career worked as a " jobber ".
Roma eventually got fired for ignoring the road agents who told him to lose to Alex Wright.
Roma eventually went to World Championship Wrestling where he joined the Four Horsemen in 1993.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Paul_Roma   (650 words)

  
 Nova Roma - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nova Roma is an Internet-based micronation created in 1998 to study and restore ancient Roman culture.
In Nova Roma, "life" happens on the e-mail discussion lists or groups, where all the citizens are able to explore a variety of subjects related to Ancient Rome.
As Nova Roma counts on citizens from all the world, it has had its government segmented into many administrative divisions called Provinces.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nova_Roma   (353 words)

  
 IM NIN'ALU's Page - CULTURE and SPIRITUALITY
For both Roma and Hebrews it is important to distinguish between purity and impurity; this concept of ritual impurity is by itself conflicting with pantheism, that cannot consider anything to be impure.
Romas Torah: within Romany community, there are laws and rules which are very clear and should be obeyed more or less strictly, according to the customs of each group.
Flamenco: It may be said that flamenco is the heir of Sephardic music, as Roma arrived in Spain some time before Jews were expulsed.
www.imninalu.net /culture.htm   (353 words)

  
 Nova Roma
The indigetes were the original gods of the Roman state, and their names and nature are indicated by the titles of the earliest priests and by the fixed festivals of the calendar; 30 such gods were honored with special festivals.
The Romans believed that as long as rituals were performed correctly and the Gods were not blasphemed, the individual was encouraged to explore and form a bond with the deities suitable for his or her own specific needs and desires.
Nova Roma is an organization dedicated to the study and restoration of ancient Roman culture.
www.ladywinterwolf.fcpages.com /novaroma.html   (353 words)

  
 Homecoming: Roma's Story
God is faithful to give His wonderful grace even during the busiest of days, and what a joy to see the fruit not only in Roma's life, but our whole family as we have had a little glimse of all God has done for us through Christ in adopting us as His very own.
Roma is doing wonderfully though, even though for five years he did all he could to look out for himself, he is learning to give and share as he understands God's Word and it penetrates his little heart.
This can be quite trying for some people, but Roma had all of the examiners laughing and enjoying his pleasant personality.
www.ftchildren.org /roma.htm   (353 words)

  
 NOVA ROMA ::: RELIGIO ROMANA ::: Gods and Goddesses
For this reason, he is the most Roman of the Gods, representing the abundance of the fields, and the battles that must be won to keep and enlarge the provinces that kept Rome fed and thriving.
The Dii Inferi, Gods of the Underworld (Inferus) are Dis/Orcus and Proserpina, equated to the Greek Gods Hades/Plouton (Pluto in Latin) and Persephone.
Volcanus, the God of the fire of the sky, the lightning and the fires caused by it, he is the raging fire (opposed to the domestic fire, Vesta).
www.novaroma.org /religio_romana/deities.html   (353 words)

  
 Roma - Queensland Holidays
Roma is known as the cradle of Australia's oil and gas industry and is a fitting location for the recently opened oil and gas museum.
Roma is by no means a small town and has a great range of shops ideal for some retail therapy.
Roma is the only place to be each Easter for fun and some real country entertainment.
www.queenslandholidays.com.au /western_downs/roma.cfm   (294 words)

  
 Uncloned World -- Roma Uncloned
Roma is a typical inland town: tidy, with streets lined with bottle trees (not only bottle-shaped but also full of sugary water for emergency stock-watering), and a slightly dated air lent by the iron decorations and wrapround balconies of its hotels.
Roma sits at the junction of the Warrego and Carnarvon highways - strike south on the Carnarvon Highway and you are on your way to St George while the road north passes through Injune on the way to the spectacular Carnarvon Gorge.
ROMA, 140km west of Miles, was founded by settlers eager to occupy country made available by the opening up of the Darling Downs in 1862.
www.angelfire.com /id/croon/australia/roma.html   (1132 words)

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