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Römischer Tempel (Vernègues)

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Der Römische Tempel in Vernègues, einer französischen Gemeinde im Département Bouches-du-Rhône in der Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, wurde in der zweiten Hälfte des 1. Jahrhunderts v

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Der römische Tempel befindet sich auf dem Château-Bas genannten Weingut an der Landstraße zwischen Vernègues und Cazan.

Die Reste der aufgehenden Architektur des kleinen, korinthischen Podiumstempels, der auf einem am Hang liegenden Unterbau steht, bestehen aus einer hohen Säule mit zwanzig Kanneluren, die sich auf einer plinthenlosen attischen Basis erhebt. Sie trägt ein korinthisches Kapitell mit Blattkränzen aus Akanthus. Das Kapitell folgt mit seiner dreieckigen Ösenbildung der Blattspitzen ganz der Formgebung spätrepublikanischer Zeit. Der Architrav besaß drei Faszien water bottle buy, was als Hinweis auf eine erst augusteische Zeitstellung des Tempels gewertet werden kann. Die Antenkapitelle des Tempels, der einer prostylen Grundrissdisposition folgte, waren ebenfalls korinthischer Ordnung.

In romanischer Zeit baute man die kleine Kapelle Saint-Cézaire de Château-Bas an die östliche Mauer des Tempels an. Dabei wurden Steine des Tempels als Spolien wiederverwendet.

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Oak Lawn, Dallas

tisdag, september 27th, 2016

Oak Lawn is a neighborhood in Dallas, Texas (USA), defined in Dallas City Ordinance 21859 as . The unofficial boundaries are Turtle Creek Boulevard

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, Central Expressway, the City of Highland Park, Inwood Road, and Harry Hines Boulevard. It is over 12 square miles (31 km2) in area.[citation needed] Officially it is bounded by the City of Highland Park, the North Central Expressway, Stemmons Freeway, Woodall Rodgers Freeway, and other roads. The district is within the boundary defined by the City of Dallas law, excluding any existing planned development districts within

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Oak Lawn is one of the wealthier areas of metropolitan Dallas, with the population consisting mainly of urban professionals. The area is peppered with Upscale townhouses, condos, apartments, and duplexes. Along the Uptown portion on McKinney Avenue and along Turtle Creek Boulevard, there are many new high-rise condominiums and apartments. It is also a very diverse neighborhood with well established areas of older, single family homes.

For most of the 20th century the southern portion of the neighborhood near the intersection of Cedar Springs Road and Harry Hines Blvd was known as ”Little Mexico”. St. Anne’s Catholic school served as the center for the community. With the redevelopment of the neighborhood beginning in the 1980s Little Mexico vanished. Only a few structures of this original community remain for most have been replaced by high rise office buildings, luxury hotels, and condominiums. As of 2010, St Ann’s Catholic School, which had closed, is now an upscale restaurant.

Oak Lawn became a magnet for the counterculture movement in the late 1960s due to its inexpensive apartments and its proximity to Lee Park.

The United States Postal Service operates the Oak Lawn Post Office at 2825 Oak Lawn Avenue; ZIP Code: 75219.

The Federal Bureau of Prisons South Central Region Office was previously in Oak Lawn. It has since moved to the U.S. Armed Forces Reserve Complex in Grand Prairie, Texas.

The Consulate-General of the United Kingdom in Dallas was located in Suite 940 at 2911 Turtle Creek Boulevard.

In April 2005 the British government announced that it was closing the Dallas consulate in the summer of 2005; its territory was transferred to the consulate-general in Houston. It was one of 19 British diplomatic missions shut down around that time period. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the United Kingdom said that the consulates and embassies closed as a way to decrease costs.

The Consulate-General of Mexico in Dallas is also located in Oak Lawn. Alfredo Corchado of The Dallas Morning News said that as of 2009, in terms of activity and size of the area Mexican population, the Dallas consulate is considered to be the third most important Mexican consulate after Los Angeles and Chicago.

The consulate moved from 8855 North Stemmons Freeway to 1210 River Bend Drive in January 2009.

The public schools in Oak Lawn are part of the Dallas Independent School District and are among the following:

The William B. Travis Academy/Vanguard for the Academically Talented and Gifted is located near McKinney Avenue and Oak Grove Avenue.

The current Sam Houston Elementary campus was scheduled to open in the northern hemisphere fall of 1999. In 2014-2015 its student body was 95% low income; despite that it exceeded its ”performance targets”. Due to gentrification, Sam Houston’s enrollment declined to 201 students in the 2015-2016 school year while it had 302 students in the 2011-2012 school year.

Irma Lerma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School was previously in Oak Lawn.

The Walt Whitman Community School (WWCS), an LGBT-oriented private school, was established in 1997 in Oak Lawn. It closed in 2004.

The Oak Lawn Branch of the Dallas Public Library serves the Oak Lawn area. In addition to its regular library holdings, it has the only circulating, non-reference collection of GLBT materials in the US.

Central Expressway (US 75) flanks the community on the east. Spur 366, known locally as Woodall Rodgers Freeway, runs along the southern border of the community. The Lomac and Uptown portions of Oak Lawn are served by the free M-Line, provided by the McKinney Avenue Transit Authority and Dallas Area Rapid Transit. The Blue and Red light-rail lines stop at Cityplace Station, right outside Oak Lawn. Just outside Oak Lawn to the southwest is Victory Station in Victory Park, which is served by the Trinity Railway Express, both red and blue lines during special events, and regularly by the Green and Orange light rail lines. The two lines continue to the northwest, stopping at Market Center Station and Southwestern Medical District/Parkland Station within Oak Lawn.

Oak Lawn is considered to be the epicenter of Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex’s gay- and lesbian-culture. Cedar Springs Road, between Oak Lawn Avenue and Wycliff Avenue, has numerous businesses, retail establishments, restaurants and night clubs catering to the LGBT community. The area has some of Dallas’ most renowned gay bars and nightclubs, including Station 4 (formerly The Village Station), The Brick, Woody’s (formerly Moby Dick’s), J.R.’s, Sue Ellen’s (recently opened in the Throckmorton Mining Company’s old location), The Mining Company (recently opened in the former location of Sue Ellen’s), Havana, The Round-Up Saloon, Drama Room (formerly Mickey’s and BJ’s), Alexandre’s (formerly After Dark), Illusions(now closed), Pekers (formerly The Side 2 Bar and Phases), Zippers, BJ’s NXS (formerly Crews Inn), Pub Pegasus, The Hidden Door, The Tin Room, Cross Bar, Marty’s Live, Cedar Spring Tap House, Dallas Eagle, and others, most of which are located along, or close to, Cedar Springs Road. Oak Lawn is contiguous with the Dallas Design District and less than two miles away from Downtown Dallas.

The area also hosts some of the larger city festivals including the annual Halloween street festival, Dallas’ Gay Pride parade, and Easter in the Park at Lee Park.

In 2014, Dallas’s Oaklawn was voted the number one gayborhood by Out Traveler.

There is a large concentration of Hispanic owned businesses, restaurants, grocery stores, nightclubs, and retail establishments on the Maple Avenue corridor between the Inwood Road and the North Dallas Tollway.

Oak Lawn is one of the older neighborhoods in Dallas. Continuous redevelopment of the neighborhood has created a mixture of architectural styles spanning much of the 20th century to the present day.

Measuring by structural height, the tallest buildings in or adjacent to Oak Lawn are as follows:

Kloster Grandselve

tisdag, september 27th, 2016

Tochterklöster

Kloster Fontfroide (1146)
Kloster Calers (1148)
Kloster Candeil (1150/52)
Kloster Santes Creus (1152)

Das Kloster Grandselve (Grandis silva) ist eine ehemalige Zisterzienserabtei in der Gemeinde Bouillac im Département Tarn-et-Garonne, Region Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées, in Frankreich. Es lag nordwestlich von Toulouse und rund 14 km östlich von Beaumont-de-Lomagne.

Das zunächst von der Abtei Cadouin abhängige Kloster wurde im Jahr 1114 von Géraud de Salles als Benediktinerkloster gegründet und schloss sich unter Abt Bertrand I. im Jahr 1145 als Tochterkloster der Primarabtei Clairvaux dem Zisterzienserorden an und wurde schnell zu einem der wohlhabendsten Klöster im Süden Frankreichs. Die wohl Ende des 12. Jahrhunderts begonnene und 1253 geweihte Kirche war über 100 m lang und 20 m breit. Die Besitzungen sollen über 20000 ha betragen haben und verteilten sich auf 25 Grangien. Im Jahr 1281 gründete die Abtei das Collège de Saint-Bernard in Toulouse. Seine Filiation umfasste die Klöster Fontfroide, Calers (1147), Candeil und Santes Creus in Spanien (beide 1150). Der Niedergang des Klosters begann im 14. Jahrhundert. Im Hundertjährigen Krieg stand es auf der Seite Frankreichs; deshalb wurden die beiden Häuser, die es in Bordeaux besaß, vollständig zerstört. Die Mönche mussten sich in ein Haus in der Bastide von Grenade zurückziehen. Im Jahr 1476 fiel es in Kommende. In den Hugenottenkriegen wurde die Abtei nicht in Mitleidenschaft gezogen, jedoch wurden einige Grangien verwüstet. 1722 wurde das Einkommen des Klosters auf die Mensa des Abts und die des Konvents aufgeteilt. Im Jahr 1790 waren nur noch 16 Mönche im Kloster, das in der Französischen Revolution im März 1791 der gewaltsamen Auflösung verfiel und im August 1791 verkauft wurde und ab 1793 abgebrochen wurde.

Vom Kloster

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, einer Anlage, die dem plan bernhardin entsprach (Klausur südlich – links – von der kreuzförmigen Kirche mit geradem Ostabschluss) hat sich nur das Pfortenhaus erhalten

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Cosmo Grant Niven Edwards

tisdag, september 27th, 2016

Cosmo Grant Niven Edwards (c. 1896 – 22 July 1964) was a soldier and British civil servant of the Indian political service who served as resident for the Madras States.

Born in 1896

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, Edwards was the son of Rev. James Edwards of Lossiemouth. Edwards was educated at Fettes, Edinburgh and graduated from the Edinburgh University.

From 1914 to 1919, Edwards served in the British army and was wounded in France in 1917. Edwards also served in the Corps of Guides during the Third Anglo-Afghan War.

Edwards entered the Indian political service in 1921 and was assigned to the North-West Frontier Province. From 1930 to 1932, Edwards served as under-secretary to the Government of India and from 1934 to 1937, as deputy secretary, Foreign and Political Department, Government of India Red Runner Waist Pack.

Edwards served as resident for Kalat State from 1938 to 1940, Bhopal from 1940 to 1942, Kolhapur from 1942 to 1944 and the Madras States from 1944 to 1947.

Edwards died on 22 July 1964

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Nicolas Godin (musicien)

söndag, september 18th, 2016

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Nicolas Godin

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, né le 25 décembre 1969 à Paris (VIIIe arrondissement), est un musicien français. Depuis 1995, il est l’un des deux membres du groupe de musique français Air, l’autre étant Jean-Benoît Dunckel.

Dans les années 1980, il forme avec Jean-Benoît Dunckel et d’autres musiciens (notamment Étienne de Crécy) le groupe Orange, qui ne réalisera aucun enregistrement. Il étudie ensuite l’architecture à l’École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Versailles avant d’entreprendre une carrière de musicien professionnel au sein du groupe Air.

Le sort son premier album solo Contrepoint chez Because Music. Très personnel, le disque s’écarte du style habituellement associé à Air, allant chercher plutôt l’inspiration du côté du jazz et du classique. Chaque morceau prend pour point de départ une composition de Bach.

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