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  • At another level the word casta is sometimes used to indicate a particular genetic pathway leading from the foundational breeds to the modern ones.

    The foundational bull ranches

  • The Smithsonian presentation at the Anacostia Community Museum includes reproductions of two rare 18th-century colonial "casta" paintings not seen on display since the exhibition originally opened in 2006.

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  • Inviolata, integra et casta es, Maria – Gregorian Chant

    The Holy Rosary with the Schola of the Oxford Oratory and Meditations by J.H. Newman

  • Alida Cervantes: Los Mas Barbaros | Los Mas Barbaros The Most Barbaric features recent paintings and a video inspired by Colonial Mexican casta paintings which depict a variety of racially diverse couples and their offspring in different settings, often arranged denoting their social class.

    Bill Bush: Drawing on Experience: This Artweek.LA (May 23-29)

  • But the colonial curanderos, at least those that operated within the gaze of the Church, practiced a medicine that has sometimes been described by modern researchers as medicina mestiza — medicine of the casta groups that had their origins in the conquest and whose numbers began to swell in the eighteenth century.

    Pestilence and Headcolds: Encountering Illness in Colonial Mexico

  • The word caste is derived from the spanish word casta which means breed, race, strain or hereditary complex of hereditary qualities.

    What is sociological concept of caste system in India

  • El asesinato de Fernando Martí parece ofrecer una respuesta: La situación se ha degradado a un punto tal que inclusive la casta empresarial se ha vuelto vulnerable, eso es lo que hace singular este homicidio que es tan lamentable como los otros veinte de hoy y los veinticinco de mañana.

    Mexico: Videos Raise Awareness of Kidnapping Crisis

  • To what end are all those astrological questions, an sit virgo, an sit casta, an sit mulier? and such strange absurd trials in

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ennius in Menelippe adviseth thee as a friend to take statam formam, si vis habere incolumem pudicitiam, one of a middle size, neither too fair nor too foul, [6270] Nec formosa magis quam mihi casta placet, with old Cato, though fit let her beauty be, neque lectissima, neque illiberalis, between both.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Euriel. et Lucret. qui uxores occludunt, meo judicio minus utiliter faciunt; sunt enim eo ingenio mulieres ut id potissimum cupiant, quod maxime denegatur: si liberas habent habenas, minus delinquunt; frustra seram adhibes, si non sit sponte casta.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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