Synonyms for giacoma or Related words with giacoma

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Examples of "giacoma"
Blessed Jacoba of Settesoli (Italian: "Giacoma de Settesoli"; 1190–1273) was a follower of the Italian saint Francis of Assisi. She is also called Jacqueline de Settesoli, or Brother Jacoba, as Francis had named her.
Jim Della-Giacoma, Southeast Asia analyst for the International Crisis Group (ICG), argued that the U.S. had made a common cause with Shwe Mann to “bringing the national parliament to life as a legitimate democratic institution.”
Filippo Guastavillani was born in Bologna September 28, 1541, the son of Bolognese patricians Angelo Michele Guastavillani and Giacoma Boncompagni. His mother was the sister of Pope Gregory XIII. He was the cousin of Cardinal Filippo Boncompagni.
Westville High School is a high school located in Westville, Vermilion County, Illinois. WHS is a member of the "Westville Community School District #2", which also includes one grade schools, "Judith Giacoma Elementary" (Grades K-6) and one junior high, "Westville Junior High School" (Grades 7-8).
His mother was Ricciarda Visconti. She was a daughter of Galeazzo I Visconti, Lord of Milan and Beatrice d'Este. Beatrice was a daughter of Obizzo II d'Este by either his first wife Giacoma Fieschi or his second wife Constanza della Scala.
He was appointed as Papal vicar in the city in December 1350, and in 1356 he was captain of the Papal army. Roberto Alidosi married Michelina Malatesta, daughter of Malatesta III Malatesta, lord of Pesaro; after her death he married again with Giacoma Pepoli, of the ruling family of Bologna.
He was born to the nobleman Oddo Fortebracci and Giacoma Montemelini at Montone, some 40 km north of Perugia. He married Elisabetta Ermanni with whom he had three daughters. After her death in 1419, he married Niccolina Varano, who bore his first son Carlo in 1421. He later had a son out of wedlock, Oddo, who also became a condottiero.
Donghi was born in Genoa in 1608, the son of Bartolomeo Donghi and Giacoma Bernardi. After completing his undergraduate work in the Humanities and Philosophy, he began his university studies at the University of Bologna and completed them with a degree from the University of Salamanca.
Thomas married Ricciarda Visconti. She was a daughter of Galeazzo I Visconti, Lord of Milan and Beatrice d'Este. Beatrice was a daughter of Obizzo II d'Este by either his first wife Giacoma Fieschi or his second wife Constanza della Scala. They had eleven children:
In May 1317 Obizzo married firstly Giacoma (d. 1341), daughter of Romeo de' Peppoli from Bologna, with whom he had no children. There are also reports that he married Elisabeth of Saxony, Angria and Westphalia, daughter of Albert II, Duke of Saxony.
Westville is served by the Westville Community Unit School District #2 which includes Judith Giacoma Elementary, Westville Junior High School, and Westville High School. Until 2010, Westville was home to the private, Catholic Preschool-8th Grade institution, Saint Mary's Parish Grade School, but the school has been permanently closed.
Construction of the church began on 26 June 1568 to Vignola's design. Vignola was assisted by the Jesuit Giovanni Tristano, who took over from Vignola in 1571. When he died in 1575 he was succeeded by the Jesuit architect Giovanni de Rosis. Giacoma della Porta was involved in the construction of the cross-vault, dome, and the apse.
His initial titles were "gonfaloniere del popolo" and "capitano del popolo", but was recognized as apostolic vicar (at the time Foligno was namely part of the Papal States). He was also vicar of Bevagna starting from 1371, as well as Papal commander and gonfaloniere of the Duchy of Spoleto. He married Giacoma d'Este, daughter of Niccolò I d'Este, lord of Ferrara.
The family reached its apogee in the first half of the 14th century, when they were lords of Bologna, who took power in the chaotic commune riven by the struggles between Guelfs and Ghibellines. Their seat in the city was Palazzo Pepoli Vecchio, constructed by Taddeo Pepoli. The Pepoli maintained dynastic alliances through well-considered marriages: Obizzo III d'Este, Marquis of Ferrara, married Jacopa Pepoli in 1317 and the condottiero Roberto Alidosi, papal vicar and lord of Imola, was given Giacoma Pepoli.
Giacomo's father, Domenico Fregoso, was elected doge of Genoa in 1370. Giacomo himself received an advanced education, became bachelor of law and joined the trading business of the Fregoso family. He also participated in the management of the Maona of Chios. Following some commercial successes, Giacoma participated in the wars led by the Republic, in particular during the conquest of Cyprus of 1373. Back in Genoa, his father gave him the charge of the defense of the Eastern Riviera.
Nicknamed "Mademoiselle Coraline", Anna Veronese was the daughter of Italian Pantalone-actor Carlo Veronese and the sister of actress Giacoma Antonia Veronese (d. 1768). She debuted with her sister at the Comédie-Italienne in Paris in 1744. The Veronese sisters are considered two of the most notable interpreters of the soubrette-parts of the "commedia dell'arte". They were known as Corallina ("Coraline" in French) and Camilla, respectively, after their standard parts. Anna was particularly known for her quick costume changes.
They typically prefer ponds in northern Europe, where temperatures are colder. Adult "T. carnifex" start to arrive between February and May, and leave between July and October. In warmer ponds, adult newts arrive within a month and leave during a two-week period in July. Andreone and Giacoma (1989) speculated that newt migration into the ponds increases after rainy days, since after rainfall, newt activity is not limited by humidity.
Inside can be seen some distinguished artworks, including the "Nativity" of Raffaello Vanni, the "Annunciation" by Pietro da Cortona, "St. Anthony of Padua and the miracle of the mule" by Cigoli (1597), and the "Virgin in glory among the saints" by Ciro Ferri. In the Convent of the Conventual Franciscan Friars (the guardians of the church) are carefully preserved some relics of St. Francis of Assisi, namely a habit, a finely embroidered cushion on which the dying saint laid his head (donated by Settesoli Giacoma de Santo, a noble lady of patrician Marino, who loved to call Francis Iacopo), and also a book of the Gospel.
Evangelista Torricelli was born on 15 October 1608 in Rome, he invented the barometer in Florence, Italy. The firstborn child of Gaspare Ruberti and Giacoma (Jacoba) Torricelli. His family was from Faenza in the Province of Ravenna, then part of the Papal States. His father was a textile worker and the family was very poor. Seeing his talents, his parents sent him to be educated in Faenza, under the care of his uncle, Jacobo, a Camaldolese monk, who first ensured that his nephew was given a sound basic education. He then entered young Torricelli into a Jesuit College in 1624, possibly the one in Faenza itself, to study mathematics and philosophy until 1626, by which time his father, Gaspare, had died. The uncle then sent Torricelli to Rome to study science under the Benedictine monk Benedetto Castelli, professor of mathematics at the Collegio della Sapienza (now known as the Sapienza University of Rome).
He was born at Fondi, the son of Nicola I Caetani, lord of Sermoneta and Bassiano, and Giacoma Orsini, the daughter of Rinaldo and Giacomo Orsini of Marino. Around 1348, at Nicola's death, he inherited the county of Fondi, which was confirmed him by queen Joanna I of Naples in 1352. He thenceforth started to expand his lands in the northern Kingdom of Naples and southern Papal States (what is now southern Lazio). In 1356, he submitted Anagni and Sezze. His power was also based on familiar ties, both with other members of his family and their feudataries, and with powerful figures such as Francesco Del Balzo Orsini, whose sister he had married. A sister of Onorato married to Stefanello Colonna.