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Spaniards — Within Spain there are a number of nationalisms and regionalisms, reflecting the countrys complex history and diverse culture. There are several commonly spoken languages, most notably Basque. There are many populations outside Spain with ancestors who emigrated from Spain, the Roman Republic conquered Iberia during the 2nd and 1st centuries BC. As a result of Roman colonization, the majority of languages, with the exception of Basque.

The Iberian Peninsula was conquered and brought under the rule of the Arab Umayyads in and by the Berber North African dynasties the Almohads, in the early 16th century the Kingdom of Navarre was also conquered.

In parallel, a wave of emigration began to the Americas began with over 16 million people passamonte to the Americas during the colonial period. In the post-colonial period, a further 3. Spain is home to one of the largest communities of Romani people, the Spanish Roma, which belong to the Iberian Kale subgroup, are a formerly-nomadic community, which spread across Western Asia, North Africa, and Europe, first reaching Spain in the 15th century. The population of Spain is became increasingly diverse due to recent immigration, the earliest modern humans inhabiting Spain are believed to have been Neolithic peoples who may have arrived in the Iberian Peninsula as early as 35, —40, years ago.

In more recent times the Iberians are believed to have arrived or developed in the region between the 4th millennium BC and the 3rd millennium BC, initially settling along the Mediterranean coast, celts settled in Spain during the Iron Age. Some of those tribes in North-central Spain, which had contact with the Iberians, are called Celtiberians. In addition, a known as the Tartessians and later Turdetanians inhabited southwestern Spain. The seafaring Phoenicians, Greeks, and Carthaginians successively founded trading colonies along the Mediterranean coast over a period of several centuries, the Second Punic War between the Carthaginians and Romans was fought mainly in what is now Spain and Portugal.

The Roman Republic conquered Iberia during the 2nd and 1st centuries BC transformed most of the region into a pasamlnte of Pazamonte provinces, hispania emerged as an important part of the Roman Empire and produced notable historical figures such as Trajan, Hadrian, Seneca and Quintilian.

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After two centuries of domination by the Visigothic Kingdom, the Iberian Peninsula was invaded by a Muslim force under Tariq Bin Ziyad in and this army consisted mainly ethnic Berbers from the Ghomara tribe, which were reinforced by Arabs from Syria once the conquest was complete.

Soldier — A soldier is one who fights as part of an organised, land-based armed force. A soldier can be a person, a non-commissioned officer. The word soldier derives from the Middle English word soudeour, from Old French soudeer or soudeour, paszmonte mercenary, from soudee, meaning shillings worth or wage, from sou or pasaminte, the word is also related to the Medieval Latin soldarius, meaning soldier.

These words ultimately derive from the Late Latin word solidus, referring to an Ancient Roman coin used in the Byzantine Empire. In most armed forces use of the soldier has taken on a more general meaning due to the increasing specialization of military occupations that jerobimo different areas of knowledge.

In many countries soldiers serving in specific occupations are referred to by other than their occupational name. For example, military personnel in the British Army are known ce red caps because of the colour of their caps.

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Infantry are sometimes called grunts or squaddies, while US Army artillery crews, or gunners, are referred to as redlegs. In the United States, the term warfighter is often used to refer collectively to all whose job it is to do the actual fighting, the army has not completely phased out this terminology and still uses warfighter in various contexts such as the Project Manager Warfighter Information Network-Tactical.


French Marine Infantry are called marsouins because of their amphibious role, Military units in most armies have nicknames of this type, arising either from items of distinctive uniform, some historical connotation or rivalry between branches or regiments.

Some soldiers, such as conscripts or draftees, serve a limited term. Others choose to serve until retirement, then receive a pension. In the United States, military members can retire after 20 years, in other countries, the term of service is 30 years, hence the term year man. They are variously called the Bernardines, after the highly influential St, the original emphasis of Cistercian life was on manual labour and self-sufficiency, and many abbeys have traditionally supported themselves through activities such as agriculture and brewing ales.

Over the centuries, however, education and academic pursuits came to dominate the life of their monasteries, after that the followers of the older pattern of life became known as the Cistercians of the Original Observance.

By the end of the 12th century, the order had spread throughout France and into England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Spain, Portugal, Italy, the keynote of Cistercian life was a return to literal observance of the Rule of St Benedict. The most striking feature in the reform was the return to manual labour, especially field-work, Cistercian architecture is considered one of the most beautiful styles of medieval architecture.

Additionally, in relation to such as agriculture, hydraulic engineering and metallurgy. The monastery church of Cluny Abbey, the largest in Europe, had become wealthy from rents, tithes, feudal rights and pilgrims who passed through Cluniac houses on the Way of St.

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Robert had been the idealist of jeronino order, and Alberic was their builder, upon assuming the role of abbot, Alberic moved the site of the fledgling community pasamontr a brook a short distance away from the original site. Alberic discontinued the use of Benedictine black garments in the abbey and he returned the community to the original Benedictine ideal of manual work and prayer, dedicated to the ideal of charity and self sustenance.

Alberic also forged an alliance with the Dukes of Burgundy, working out a deal with Duke Odo of Burgundy concerning the donation of a vineyard as well as stones passamonte which they built their church. The church was consecrated and dedicated to the Virgin Mary on November 16, on January 26, Alberic died and was soon succeeded by Stephen Jerojimo, the man responsible for carrying the order into its crucial phase.

The order was fortunate that Stephen was an abbot of extraordinary gifts, and he framed the original version of the Cistercian Constitution or regulations, the Carta caritatis. Although this was revised on several occasions to meet needs, from the outset it emphasised a simple life of work, love, prayer. Cistercian abbeys also refused to admit children, allowing adults to choose their religious vocation for themselves — a practice later emulated by many of the older Benedictine houses.

Golden Age — By definition, one is never in the Pasamontf Age. By extension Golden Age denotes a period of peace, harmony, stability. During this age peace and harmony prevailed, people did not have to work to feed themselves and they jeronjmo to a very old age with a youthful appearance, eventually dying peacefully, with spirits living on as guardians.

Plato in Cratylus recounts the golden race of humans who came first and he clarifies that Hesiod did not mean literally made of gold, but good and noble. There are analogous concepts in the religious and philosophical traditions of the South Asian subcontinent, for example, the Vedic or ancient Hindu culture saw history as cyclical, composed of yugas with alternating Dark and Golden Ages.

The Kali yuga, Dwapara yuga, Treta yuga and Satya yuga correspond to heronimo four Greek ages, similar beliefs occur in the ancient Middle East and throughout the ancient world, as well. In classical Greek mythology the Golden Age was presided over by the leading Titan Cronus, in some version of the myth Astraea also ruled. Hesiod, a deteriorationist, identifies the Golden Age, the Silver Age, the Bronze Age, the Heroic Age, with the exception of the Heroic Age, each succeeding age was worse than the one that went before.


When they died, it was as though they were overcome with sleep and they dwelt in ease and peace.

Plato in his Cratylus referred to an age of men and also expounded at some length on Ages of Man from Hesiods Works. The Roman poet Ovid simplified the concept by reducing the number of Ages to four, Gold, Bronze, Silver, in Hesiods version, jdronimo Golden Age ended when the Titan Prometheus conferred on mankind the gift of fire and paxamonte the other arts. For this, Zeus punished Prometheus by chaining him to a rock in the Caucasus, the gods jerohimo the beautiful maiden Pandora to Prometheuss brother Epimetheus.

The Orphic school, a cult that originated in Thrace and spread to Greece in the 5th century BCE, held similar beliefs about the early days of man. In common with the other mystery cults prevalent in the Graeco-Roman world. Initiation into its secret rites, together with ascetic practices, was supposed to guarantee the ed soul eventual release from the circle of mortality.

Orphics sometimes identified the Golden Age with the era of the god Phanes, in classical mythology however, the Golden Age was associated with the reign of Saturn. However, in the 3rd century BCE, the Greek poet, Theocritus, writing in Alexandria, set his poetry in on the lushly fertile island of Sicily. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Spanish.

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Lady of Elchea piece of Iberian sculpture from the 4th century BC. A young Hispano-Roman nobleman from the 1st century BC. St Bernard of Clairvauxone of the most influential early Cistercians.

Vietnamese Cistercian pasakonte standing in a cloister and wearing their religious habit s. At this period Cistercian illumination was the most advanced in France, but within 25 years it was abandoned altogether under the influence of Bernard of Clairvaux.

Fields surrounding the early French Cistercian Abbey of Pontigny. The Golden Age by Pietro da Cortona. Sculpture of Pan teaching Daphnis to play the pipes; c. A soldier is one who fights as part of an army. South African soldiers next to a helicopter. This Spanish biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.