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  Compositions successfully submitted to the Collegio Romano
I have chosen the composition for celeste made on April 11, 1483 and quoted his booklet: refined nitrate white earth red lead from Barileti potash arsenic antimony cotiso de Nitron nitrate There is a curious note that follows the formula: "Butar con fornasa non tanto chalda, mortesina.
Sopra questa partita, quando sono stata cota, li ò dato ramina libre 22, a poco alla volta, e poi li ò dato in quatro volte libre altre 300 cotiso di nitrone, e sono venuto un celeste belisimo"(place in a cool oven, almost dying out.
When it is baked cover it a little at a time with ramina libre 22 (22 pounds of copper) and then add in four times another 300 pounds of cotiso di nitrate (...
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 Doge of Venezia: murano
This masse is placed in a slow-baking furnace where after a few days, or sometime after a few weeks the real fusion takes place and forms a workable glob.
During the fusion the glob is removed from the slow-baking furnace many times and emersed in water and in modern times even the residue in the bottom of the slow-baking furnace which was removed and cooled in the open air was called " cotiso ".
In the Master book of 1348 it was written that a certain Bartolomeo Tataro gave a " cacia de fero " (iron instrument) to be repaired, an instrument that was used to pull the fused glass out of the pan and poured into water and then by adding complementary materials bring it back to fusion.
www.doge.it /murano/murano3i.htm   (425 words)

  
 Dacia. Who is Dacia? What is Dacia? Where is Dacia? Definition of Dacia. Meaning of Dacia.
About the same time Burebista was murdered, and the kingdom was divided into, four (or five) parts under separate rulers.
One of these was Cotiso, whose daughter Augustus is said to have desired to marry and to whom he betrothed his own five-year-old daughter Julia.
He is well known from the line in Horace (Occidit Daci Cotisonis agmen, Odes, III.
www.knowledgerush.com /kr/encyclopedia/Dacia   (1220 words)

  
 Cotiso - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 Romanian Coins - gold stater from the Dacian king Koson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The first hypothesis (Mommsen) - most largely spread on the net - considers the Kosons as gold monetized by Marcus Iunius Brutus and destined for the payment of Dacian mercenaries hired in his army.
A hypothesis was emitted that his treasury was used to strike the Koson gold coins.
The second hypothesis is more direct, assuming the coins were struck in Dacia, by king Cotiso himself, the name of which passed to the coins in one of its versions.
www.geocities.com /romaniancoins/antice/koson.html   (579 words)

  
 HobbyBlog
A more current theory, seen here and here is that the coins were struck by a Geto-Dacian king frequently known as Cotiso, used simplified designs from their Roman neighbors, as they had earlier produced simplified copies of Macedonian coins.
Some further discussion here, and I can't find a link to the speculation that these are not ancient at all, but are the work 16th century miners who didn't wish to be taxed for selling their gold or executed for counterfeiting contemporary issues.
There is silver or bronze coinage known for King Cotiso, but the use of Roman designs on the gold may indicate that they used whatever came to hand.
hobbyblog.blogspot.com /2004_10_03_hobbyblog_archive.html   (1008 words)

  
 Room Three -- Library -- Romanian Knowledge Page
...The exploits of the Dacian king Cotiso are mentioned by contemporary Roman authors, and the gossips of the forum would have it that Augustus intended to marry the daughter of the terrible barbarian, and thus secure peace for the Empire.
The death and defeat of Cotiso, though hailed with enthusiasm at Rome, and followed up by the construction of forts along the right bank of the Danube, were merely temporary checks to the Dacian power.
The policy of the early Roman Emperors was to prevent the Dacian bands from crossing the river, not to annex their country to the Empire.
www.raven-glass.com /vlad/romania/room3.html   (7758 words)

  
 Dacia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Indeed the Dacians appeared so formidable that Caesar contemplated an expedition against them; something his death prevented.About the same time, Burebista was murdered, and the kingdom was divided into four (or five) parts under separate rulers.
One ofthese was Cotiso, whose daughter Augustus is said to have desired to marry and to whom he betrothed his own five-year-olddaughter Julia.
He is well known from the line in Horace ( Occidit Daci Cotisonisagmen, Odes, III.
www.therfcc.org /dacia-69449.html   (1302 words)

  
 Doge di Venezia: murano
Come si può notare la industria chimica ha dato una grossa mano a queste persone che, in modo empirico, si sono sempre occupati dell’aspetto tecnologico della questione.
Cito naturalmente, solo una delle composizini del ricettario del Barbini, e ho scelto la composizione del celeste fatta l’11 aprile 1883 citata a pag.70 del suo libretto: Nitrò rafinà Tera Bianca Minio dei Barileti Potas Arcinico Antimonio Cotiso de Nitron Curiosa l’annotazione scritta di seguito alla ricetta: Butar con fornasa non tanto chalda, mortesina.
Sopra questa partita, quando sono stata cota, li ò dato ramina libre 22, a poco alla volta, e poi li ò dato in quatro volte libre altre 300 cotiso di nitrone, e sono venuto un celeste belisimo.
www.doge.it /murano/murano4.htm   (469 words)

  
 World Traveller
I spent 4 days with Akos Burjan and his family before venturing off to Timisoara, Romania to attend the International Students' Week held by Liga of the University (Polytechnic) of Timisoara.
There I stayed with a student of medicine, Cotiso (something.)
Oh, I almost forgot, I also managed to slip in a week in Istanbul, Turkey as well.
www.geocities.com /Eureka/Park/1692/travel.html   (610 words)

  
 Tractor Talk Discussion Board - Re: Re: 4650 compared to 4850
Posted by grigore vasile cotiso on October 18, 2004 at 23:30:46 from (81.196.107.220):
In Reply to: Re: 4650 compared to 4850 posted by Billyiron on February 13, 2004 at 19:52:50:
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 Projekt Gutenberg-DE - Kultur - SPIEGEL ONLINE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Statt nach Illyricum rief er den Herrscher in den Osten; und der große Entscheidungskampf zwischen Caesar und Antonius warf seine Wellen bis in das ferne Donaugebiet.
Das durch den König Burebista geeinigte und gereinigte Volk der Daker, jetzt unter dem König Cotiso, sah sich von beiden Gegnern umworben - Caesar wurde sogar beschuldigt, des Königs Tochter zur Ehe begehrt und ihm dagegen die Hand seiner fünfjährigen Tochter Julia angetragen zu haben.
Unmittelbar nachdem die Entscheidung in diesem gefallen war, wandte sich Caesar zu der Regulierung der Verhältnisse an der unteren Donau.
www.projekt.gutenberg.de /mommsen/roemisch/roem08.htm   (11795 words)

  
 NOTES:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The politic and religious centre of that large state was placed in the Orastiei Mountains, its royal capital still being under the sign of suppositions: at Popesti on Arges, at Archidava in Banate, at Ocnita in Oltenia, at Zargidova or Piroboridava in the South of Moldavia.
After the death of Burebista, the Dacian state decomposed in small kingdoms ruled by kings whose names were kept by Helenic and Latin sources: Coson (Cotiso) about 48-38 BC, Dicomes and Comosicus between 32 BC and 28 AC, Duras Durpaneus between 68-87 AC and Decebal between 87-106 AC.
In Moldavia, between the Carpathians and the Bug river, the Carpae, tribes of Geto-Dacian origin had powerful fortresses and would later set up stable state forms on a large territory, with centres of power placed along the Siret river.
www.bvau.ro /docs/doc_eng.htm   (5943 words)

  
 Marcus Marcellus / Julia Iii Augusta
Name: Julia Iii Augusta Note Born: at Abt.
14 Ad, Reggio Di Calabria, Italy Other Spouses: Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa Tiberius Caesar Emperor Of Rome(14-37 Ad) Antyllus "the Younger' (marcus Antonius) Cotiso King Of The Getae Father: Gaius Octavius (augustus) Caesar Emperor Of Rome Mother: Scribonia
Julia was kept o n a pri s on is lan d for five years.
www.e-familytree.net /F217/F217942.htm   (609 words)

  
 A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology and Geography - rycus, Coryphasium, Corythus, Cos, Cosa, ...
A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology and Geography - rycus, Coryphasium, Corythus, Cos, Cosa, Cossaea, Cossus Cornelius, Cosyra, Cotiso, Cotta Aurelius, Cotta L Aurunculeius, Cottius, Cottus, Cotyora, Cotys, Cragus, Cranae, Cranaus, Cranii
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