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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Thomas_MoreThomas More - Wikipedia

    02/05/2022 · Sir Thomas More (7 February 1478 – 6 July 1535), venerated in the Catholic Church as Saint Thomas More, was an English lawyer, judge, social philosopher, author, statesman, and noted Renaissance humanist. He also served Henry VIII as Lord High Chancellor of England from October 1529 to May 1532.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › FlamboyantFlamboyant - Wikipedia

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    Although the precise origin of the Flamboyant style remain unclear, it likely emerged in northern France and the County of Flanders during the late 14th century. Parts of these lands were involved in the cloth trade with the Kingdom of England or were under the control of John of Lancaster, 1st Duke of Bedford, regent of France for his nephew Henry...

    The term "Flamboyant" was coined in the early 19th century, primarily to refer to French monuments with flame-like, curvilinear tracery that were constructed between circa 1380 and 1515. The Flamboyant style appeared in France during the Hundred Years' War against England (1337–1444). Despite this, the construction of new cathedrals, churches, and ...

    Variations of Flamboyant, influenced by France but with their own characteristics, began to appear in other parts of continental Europe. Flamboyant had a particularly strong influence in Belgium, which was then part of the Spanish Netherlands and was also a part of the Catholic diocese of Cologne. Extraordinarily high towers were a feature of the B...

    Architects in central Europe adopted some forms and elements of Flamboyant in the late 14th century, and added many innovations of their own. The Late Gothic buildings of Austria, Bavaria, Saxony, and Bohemia are sometimes called Sondergotik. The high triple west porch of Ulm Minster was placed at the base of the tower; it was designed by Ulrich vo...

    Flamboyant had little influence in England, where the Perpendicular style prevailed. Flamboyant architecture was not common in the British Isles but examples are numerous. The flame-like window tracery appeared at Gloucester Cathedral before it appeared in France. In Scotland, Flamboyant detailing was employed in window tracery of the northern side...

    Before the unification of Spain, monuments were constructed in the Flamboyant style in the Crown of Aragon and Kingdom of Valencia, where Marc Safont was among the most important architects of the Late Middle Ages. Safont was commissioned to repair the Palau de la Generalitat de Catalunya in Barcelona and worked on this project from 1410 to 1425. H...

    The Manueline style was named for King Manuel I of Portugal, who reigned from 1495 to 1523. The style was created to show Portugal was architecturally and politically independent of Spain. Batalha Monastery's construction began in 1387 to celebrate John I of Portugal's victory over John I of Castile at the 1385 Battle of Aljubarrota, which secured ...

    Tracery

    The flamboyant tracery designs are the most characteristic feature of the Flamboyant style. They appeared in the stone mullions, the framework of windows, particularly in the great rose windows of the period, and in complex, pointed, blind arcades and arched gables that were stacked atop one another, and which often covered the entire façade. They were also used in balustrades and other features.Interlocking openwork gables and balustrades, as seen on the west porch of the church of Saint-Mac...

    Façades and porches

    The term "Flamboyant" typically refers to church façades and to some secular buildings such as the Palais de Justice in Rouen. Church façades and porches were often the most elaborate architectural features of towns and cities, especially in France, and frequently projected outwards onto marketplaces and town squares. The intricate and dazzling forms of many façades and porches often appealed to their urban contexts; in some cases, new façades and porches were designed to create impressive ar...

    Vaults, piers, and mouldings

    Elision—the elimination of capitals—coupled with the introduction of continuous and "dying" mouldings, are additional noteworthy characteristics of which the parish church of Saint-Maclou in Rouen is a key example.The uninterrupted fluidity and merging of disparate forms led to the emergence of decorative Gothic vaults in France. Another characteristic feature were vaults with additional types of ribs called the lierne and the tierceron, whose functions were purely decorative. These ribs spre...

    Flamboyant window from the last surviving Lusignan palace in Nicosia
    St Anne's, Vilnius, Lithuania (1500)
    St. Vulfran Collegiate Church, west façade, Abbeville
    Church of Saint-Étienne, interior, chevet, Beauvais
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  4. 08/05/2022 · Die Todesstrafe setzt durch Strafgesetze definierte Straftatbestände voraus, für die sie vorgesehen ist, sowie die gesetzmäßige Inhaftierung, Überführung und Verurteilung des Täters. Das gesamte Verfahren müssen dazu beauftragte und legitimierte Vertreter eines Staates mit einem dort gültigen und funktionierenden Rechtssystem vollziehen.

  5. 03/05/2022 · Třebíč ( Třebíč [ˈtr̝̊ɛbiːtʃ] IPA, rod ženský, ale původně mužský ( nářečně občas dosud), německy Trebitsch) je město s rozšířenou působností, které se nachází na západě Moravy v jihovýchodní části Kraje Vysočina a je po Jihlavě jeho druhým největším městem. Leží na řece Jihlavě 30 km ...

  6. Мацей Клочка (каля 1480—1543), ваявода віцебскі з 1532, стараста жамойцкі з 1542. Літаратура. Вячаслаў Насевіч. Клочкі // Вялікае княства Літоўскае: Энцыклапедыя. У 3 т. / Рэдкал.:

  7. 03/05/2022 · Джіу-джитсу (яп. 柔術, jūjutsu — мистецтво гнучкості) — японське бойове мистецтво, яке вивчає техніку і тактику ведення ближнього бою з одним або кількома суперниками, зі зброєю та без неї.