Selected Dramas and Novelas of Juan Perez de Montalban

Selected Dramas and Novelas of Juan Perez de Montalban

Date: May 1972
Creator: Daniel, Lee A.
Description: The problem with which this investigation is concerned is that of analyzing and evaluating selected dramas and novelas of Juan Perez de Montalban. This study concludes that Montalban was not a writer of original works, but his familiarity with and utilization of certain literary devices, stereotyped situations, cliches, and popular themes, along with his notable talent in portraying women and rulers allowed him to produce works which met with great acclaim in his lifetime.
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Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

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Date: 0097/0117
Creator: unknown
Description: Detail view from the S with Cathedral seen through arch of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan. Tallest arches are 29 meters. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 0097/0117
Creator: unknown
Description: Raking view from the S of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan. Tallest arches are 29 meters. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

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Date: 0097/0117
Creator: unknown
Description: Raking view of lower portion of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan; approaching the city from the E. Tallest arches are 29 meters high. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 0097/0117
Creator: unknown
Description: Raking view from the S of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan. Tallest arches are 29 meters. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 0097/0117
Creator: unknown
Description: General view from E of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan. Tallest arches are 29 meters. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 0097/0117
Creator: unknown
Description: Detail view from E of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan. Tallest arches are 29 meters. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Fan

Fan

Date: 1900~
Creator: unknown
Description: None
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Pumps

Pumps

Date: [1971..1986]
Creator: Baghsarian, Arsho
Description: Pair of cream pumps. Designed with rounded toe, the shoes are of a cream mesh with embroidered with floral motifs, giving a lace effect. The high heel is covered in cream satin, and tapers to base. Stamped inside: "Arsho for / Shoe Biz" Stamped on soles: "Leather / Leder / Cuir / Made in Spain" and "7 1/2 B"
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
The Persistence of Castilian Law in Frontier Texas: the Legal Status of Women

The Persistence of Castilian Law in Frontier Texas: the Legal Status of Women

Date: May 1996
Creator: Stuntz, Jean A.
Description: Castilian law developed during the Reconquest of Spain. Women received certain legal rights to persuade them to move to the villages on the expanding frontier. These legal rights were codified in Las Siete Partidas, the monumental work of Castilian law, compiled in the thirteenth century. Under Queen Isabella, Castilian law became the law of all Spain. As Spain discovered, explored, and colonized the New World, Castilian law spread. The Recopilacidn de Los Leyes de Las Indias complied the laws for all the colonies. Texas, as the last area in North America settled by Spain, retained Castilian law. Case law from the Bexar Archives proves this for the Villa of San Fernando(present-day San Antonio). Castilian laws and customs persisted even on the Texas frontier.
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