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In the News (Tue 18 Jun 19)

  
  Nafarroa Beherea
Luis XIII.ak, ordea, Zuberoa Nafarroa Beherari lotu eta Nafarroa Behereak zituen eskubideak ezeztatu egin zituen Frantziako koroapean sarraraziz; halere, foruak errespetatu egin zituen (1620).
Nafarroa Behereak bere erakundeak zituen, baina baita erregearekiko harremanak erregulatzen zituen foru nagusia ere; horren arabera, Frantziako erregeak bertakoen eskubideak eta ohiturak mantenduko zituela zin egin behar izaten zuen, nafarrek erregearekiko leialtasuna azaldu aurretik.
Gaztelako Felipe IV.a erregearekin Pirineoetako bakea sinatutakoan (1659), Luis XIV.ak Nafarroa Garaiko lurren eskubideei uko egin zien behin-betiko, eta Nafarroa Beherea haren menpera pasa zen.
www.puntubi.com /herriak/nafarroabeherea.htm   (392 words)

  
 nafarroa tagged map - Tagzania
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www.tagzania.com /tag/nafarroa   (131 words)

  
 Udalbiltza’s reflection at the occasion of the Nafarroa’s Day (2006-04-28) | Udalbiltza
Nafarroa represents the Euskal Herria’s historic sovereignty and the all citizens’ right to take part in the process.
To be democratic, all the basque citizens have to be recognized in their right to take part in the process and it belongs to them only to establish the dates and the contains, without any exclusion for ideology’s or territory’s reasons.
Today, here, in Baigorri, in view to put a term to the situation which involved the politic elimination of Nafarroa there’s now 200 years and to obtain the recognition by the French State of the Euskal Herria’s territoriality and institutional character, we’ve begun a signature’s big collect.
www.udalbiltza.net /es/node/1043   (604 words)

  
 UDALBILTZA ® Euskal Herriko Udal eta Udal Hautetsien Biltzarra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Euskal Herria, which was a people of emigrants in the 19th century, whose preferred destination was the Americas, went on to become a country receiving immigration in the 20th century, above all in the period 1950-1975, with the main recipients being the territories of Bizcaia, Guipuzkoa and Araba.
The most clear example are the territories of Nafarroa beherea and Zuberoa, which have been losing their populations for 150 years now.
Nafarroa Beherea has 20,000 people less than in 1851 and Zuberoa has lost 9,000 over the same period, which puts their capacity for survival in jeopardy.
www.udalbiltzainfo.com /ehepoblacioni.htm   (476 words)

  
 Nafarroa Beherea - Wikipedia
Nafarroa Beherea Euskal Herriko zazpi lurraldeetako bat da.
"Nafarroa Beherea" izen jasoa da, Axularrek 1643an lehenbizikoz erabilia.
Beraz, "Baxenabarre" "Nafarroa Beherea" baino 21 urte berriagoa da bakarrik.
eu.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nafarroa_Beherea   (104 words)

  
 Mujeres de Lapurdi, Nafarroa Beherea y Zuberoa unen sus voces a Ahotsak - GARA - euskalherria.com
Mujeres de Lapurdi, Nafarroa Beherea y Zuberoa unen sus voces a Ahotsak - GARA - euskalherria.com
Mujeres de Lapurdi, Nafarroa Beherea y Zuberoa unen sus voces a Ahotsak
Una cincuentena de mujeres de todos los ámbitos de la sociedad civil de Lapurdi, Nafarroa Beherea y Zuberoa plasmaron ayer en Baiona sus firmas en el documento de la plataforma Ahotsak, manifestando de esa manera su total adhesión con la iniciativa.
www.gara.net /idatzia/20061008/art183667.php   (690 words)

  
 Navarre   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Navarre (Basque Nafarroa, Spanish Navarra) is an autonomous community of Spain.
There was once a kingdom of Navarre spawning to both sides of the Pyrenees, that was split between France and Spain in the 16th century.
The part of Navarre on the French side is called Basse Navarre (Basque Nafarroa Beherea) in today's French department of Pyrenees Atlantiques[?].
www.termsdefined.net /na/navarre.html   (391 words)

  
 PETRISSANS FAMILY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Nafarroa Beherea in the Basque Country where my grandfather George was born
Today in Nafarroa, some folks with the same name spell it in modern Basque as "Petrizans." There might be a connection with these folks, because we know that an earlier ancestor migrated from Nafarroa over the Pyrenees into Nafarroa Beherea.
Grandfather Georges' family is from the town of Donostiri (St. Esteban) in Nafarroa Beherea.
www.ysursa.com /y%20boys/Family%20pages/Petrissans/petrissans_family_main.htm   (188 words)

  
 Buber's Basque Page: Coins of Euskal Herria
But Basque nationalists are convinced, on linguistic and anthropological grounds, that Nafarroa is the heartland of their unmistakably unique nation.
Its reverse shows the Arrano Beltza (“Black Eagle”), a modern Basque nationalist version of the ancient arms of the Kingdom of Nafarroa, which signify its unity; more specifically, the aquiline image is found on the seals of King Santxo VII “the Strong” of Navarre.
Its reverse shows the Casa de Juntas/Assembly House (not only is this building the headquarters of the highest institutional body in Biscay, but it is also the meeting point for all the territories in the Basque Country) and the Árbol de Gernika (the revered oak tree).
www.buber.net /Basque/Features/GuestColumns/evm061111.php   (2927 words)

  
 :: Xarnege ::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Nafarroako koroa Paben errege-etxea jarri ondoren (1483) Foixko kondesa, Biarnoko bizkondesa, eta Nafarroako erregina Katalina I.a ezkondu zenean (Leskar, 1486) Joan III.a Albretekoarekin, Albreteko etxeak Foix, Biarno eta Nafarroa bere agindupean izan zituen.
Aragoiko Fernando II.a Inkisiziokoak Nafarroa Garaia inbaditu zuenean (1512) Nafarroako Katalina I.a eta Joan III.a Paben erbesteratu ziren.
Biarnoa 1594an lotu zitzaion Frantziari Luis XIII.aren 1620ko ediktuaren bidez eta Nafarroa Beherea, Zuberoa eta Biarnoko administrazioa eta egitura politikoak Pabeko Nafarroako Parlamentura bildu ziren.
www.xarnege.com /artikuluak/biarno.htm   (391 words)

  
 8-3 Hizketa
Geographically the region is 20,864 square kilometers, with half that in the province of Nafarroa alone.
This land is home to just under 3 million people at present, with most of that population [70%] concentrated in only a quarter of the area, primarily the coastal provinces of Bizkaia, Gipuzkoa and Lapurdi.
Nafarroa has its own arrangement, while Araba, Bizkaia and Gipuzkoa joined to form a region labeled "Euskadi".
www.basqueclubs.com /Hizketa/hizketa8-3.htm   (2111 words)

  
 Nafarroa Beherea :: Tradizionala : RSS Feeds : Gourt
Nafarroa Beherea :: Tradizionala : RSS Feeds : Gourt
Nafarroa Beherea Euskal Herriko zazpi lurraldeetako bat da.
Binthindarrak dantza taldea - Mithiriñako (Nafarroa Beherea) euskal dantza taldea.
www.dejavu.org /cgi-bin/get.cgi?ver=93&url=http%3A%2F%2Fworld.gourt.com%2FEuskara%2FKultura%2FDantza%2FTradizionala%2FNafarroa-Beherea.html   (103 words)

  
 Euromosaic - Basque in France
The Basque-speaking territory, known in Basque by the name of Iparralde or Euskal Herria Nord, is divided into three areas (Lapurdi, Nafarroa Beherea and Zuberoa) and covers an area of 3,182 km.
The 1990 census registered a total population of 250,161 inhabitants, concentrated mainly in the Lapurdi district.
The proportion of Basque speakers is higher in Nafarroa Beherea (62%) and in Zuberoa (55%) than in Lapurdi (27%).
www.uoc.es /euromosaic/web/document/basc/an/i3/i3.html   (2027 words)

  
 GeoNative - Euskal Herria - The Basque Country
(1) Nafarroa Beherea is the favoured standard Basque name for this province, although Baxenabarre is used by locals and is also considered correct.
The Basque Autonomous region is depicted in blue, Nafarroa is yellow, and the provinces under French administration are red.
Official languages areas in the province of Nafarroa: Basque is co-official north of the green area, it has limited rights in the green "mixed" area, and has no rights at all south of it.
www.geocities.com /Athens/9479/ehlabur.html   (579 words)

  
 Wikinfo | Navarre
Navarre (Basque Nafarroa, Spanish Navarra) is an autonomous community and province of Spain.
There was once a kingdom of Navarre spawning to both sides of the Pyrenees, that was split between France and Spain in the
The part of Navarre on the French side is called Basse Navarre (Basque Nafarroa Beherea) in today's French département of Pyrenees Atlantiques.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=navarre   (244 words)

  
 TAP Program Notes 1999: Basque Music & Dance
What today is commonly called the “Basque Country” (Euskal Herria or Euskadi) is not in fact a sovereign nation but a contiguous region along the Atlantic coast of northwestern Spain and southwestern France.
Straddling the western end of the Pyrenee Mountains, Euskal Herria consists of seven provinces: Araba (Alava), Guipuzkoa (Guipuzcoa), Bizkaia (Vizcaya), and Nafarroa (Navarra) in Spain, and Lapurdi (Labourd), Nafarroa Beherea (Basse-Navarre), and Xiberoa (Soule), in France.
The Basques call their language Euskara and themselves Euskaldunak—literally, those who have [speak] Euskara—suggesting the central importance of language in defining the Basques as a cultural and ethnic group.
www.calacademy.org /research/anthropology/tap/archive/1999/1999-06--basque.htm   (687 words)

  
 Language
Northern BC: Three provinces (Lapurdi, Nafarroa Beherea and Zuberoa), under the French State.
Southern BC: Four provinces (the 3 of BAC and Nafarroa) under the Spanish State.
Almost basque-speaking is a term coined by Basque sociolinguists to name those who understand Basque but do not speak it, or have poor command of the language.
web.quipo.it /minola/euskara/language.htm   (303 words)

  
 Nafarroa Beherea: Euskal Herria at Canadian Content
Hiriari buruzko orri pertsonal bat, frantsesez eta euskaraz
Canadian Content also found "Nafarroa Beherea OR Euskal Herria" elsewhere:
Strange, we didn't find anything page mentioning this program on our site.
www.canadiancontent.net /dir/Top/World/Euskara/Non/Euskal_Herria/Nafarroa_Beherea   (72 words)

  
 Mila esker
Eskubide nazional batzuen ukapenean sortzen den gatazka politikoan inplikatuta dauden eragileek eman beharko dute bada iritzia?
Eskubide nazional horiek ez dira Errioxan, Madrilen edo Biarnon ukatzen, Araba, Bizkai, Gipuzkoa, Nafarroa, Lapurdi, Nafarroa-Beherea eta Zuberoako biztanleek dute arazo hori.
Eta arazo nazional bat dagoela onartzeak ez dut uste adierazpen horri kutsu abertzalea ematen dionik.
www.euskoalkartasuna.org /berria_ikusi.php?Hizk=eu&DokId=7893&LurId=00...   (471 words)

  
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Nevertheless, Basques conceive their country as embracing the area of the traditional seven provinces: Bizkaia, Gipuzkoa, Araba and Nafarroa on the Spanish side, Lapurdi, Nafarroa Beherea and Zuberoa on the French side.
Two are within the Spanish State: the Basque Autonomous Community (formed by Araba, Bizkaia and Gipuzkoa, blue on the map above) and the Autonomous Community of Navarre (Nafarroa alone, yellow on the map).
The language has official status in those territories which are within the Basque Autonomous Community, but only partially in Nafarroa, which is divided by the law in three distinct language areas Nevertheless, co-officiality with Spanish does not mean equal status.
www.people.hojoster.dk /uploads/presentation_Ane_Jalon_Zatarain.doc   (1717 words)

  
 Euskal Herria Info
With an aim of attacking us with these two objectives, the next 18th of november, we’ll make our General Assembly, where we’ll approve the assessment of the year and we’ll present the new plan for the present.
On the contrary, at the end of this year, the town halls from Araba, Bizkaia, Gipuzkoa and Nafarroa Garaia will be renew, like those from Lapurdi, Nafarroa Beherea and Zuberoa few months later, before the end of 2007.
We want to take advantage of this occasion to transform Udalbiltza in a institutional space of all the Euskal Herria’s town councillors.
www.euskalherria.info /print.php?sid=6113   (453 words)

  
 photography of nature birds travels, basque country, san sebastian, biarritz,bayonne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Spanish and France may call Basque Country (Pays Vasco, Pays Basque) only to a portion of the country, not the whole nation.
Nevertheless, Basques conceive their country as embracing the area of the traditional seven provinces: Bizkaia, Gipuzkoa, Araba and Nafarroa on the Spanish side, Lapurdi, Nafarroa Beherea and Zuberoa on the French side.These provinces are divided among three political-administrative structures.
Two are within the Spanish state: the Basque Autonomous Community (Araba, Bizkaia, Gipuzkoa) and the the Autonomous Community of Navarre (Nafarroa).
www.grandespirito.it /inglese/baschieng.html   (446 words)

  
 Nabarralde
The Basque Country is divided, with provinces split between Spanish and French states: Araba, Bizkaia (Biskay), Gipuzkoa and Nafarroa (Navarre) are situated in the Spanish state; and Zuberoa, Lapurdi and Nafarroa Beherea are situated in the French state.
Before ETA started and after ETA will disappear the conflict was there and will be there, since the future of the Basques will be decided by the Basque civil society.
The Basque Country is divided by the two states in three different communities or regions: the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country (Araba, Biscay and Gipuzkoa) and the Autonomous Community of Navarre within the Spanish state and the North Basque Country (Iparralde in Basque: Lapurdi, Nafarroa Behera and Zuberoa) in the French state.
www.nabarralde.com /orriak/eu/egunekoa/eg109.htm   (1932 words)

  
 The Periphery of Francia: Spain, Britain, Eastern Europe, & Scandinavia
The artists of these caves would have spoken a language of the first, preagricultural Europeans, from which modern Basque is derived.
Thus, neither the French nor the Spanish ("Navarra") version of the name of the kingdom is necessarily more "accurate" than the Basque version, "Nafarroa." While Navarre was the dominant Spanish kingdom under Sancho the Great, its power and extent declined quickly and decisively.
A small part of Navarre north of Pyrenees, Lower Navarre ("Basse Navarre" in French or "Nafarroa Beherea" in Basque), was retroceded by Charles V in 1530, so a landed Monarchy continued, with, of course, its growing French holdings.
www.friesian.com /perifran.htm   (11539 words)

  
 Open Directory - World: Euskara: Non: Euskal Herria: Iparraldea: Nafarroa Beherea
Open Directory - World: Euskara: Non: Euskal Herria: Iparraldea: Nafarroa Beherea
Top: World: Euskara: Non: Euskal Herria: Iparraldea: Nafarroa Beherea
Nafarroa Beherea - Frantziako probintzia honen historia laburtua.
www.newhoo.com /World/Euskara/Non/Euskal_Herria/Iparraldea/Nafarroa_Beherea   (49 words)

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