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“The music is particularly well chosen - a rather fifteenth-century feel to it, with Desdemona's song especially memorable.”
“Diane Stanley: Joan of Arc: A biography of the fifteenth-century peasant girl who led a French army to victory against the English and was burned at the stake for witchcraft.”
“In time, she acquired a second home, a fifteenth-century stone cottage in the Dordogne region in southwestern France.”
“William and Kate felt at home here, stretching out on the grass next to a fifteenth-century church built to honor St. Dwynwen.”
“These shoes resemble chopines -- extreme platforms favored by courtesans in fifteenth-century Italy.”
“But for Léry, the violence of the sultans took second place to that of a Christian, Vlad III, the fifteenth-century Romanian prince known as the “Impaler” in his day and as the inspiration of the Dracula story in ours.”
“In The Family we are taken back to fifteenth-century Rome, the land of the Vatican and the immensely powerful popes.”
“But alas, education means European education for subject peoples of color—“deliberately educated ignorance,” Du Bois scolded, “by which subject peoples remember Napoleon and forget Sonni Ali,” the fifteenth-century ruler of the Songhai Empire.”
“In fifteenth-century Italy, shoemakers created an eroticized platform shoe for women called the chopine.”
“Rapp watched Anna twirl around the middle of the beautiful room, her arms spread and her little chin tipped up toward the vaulted hand-painted ceiling of the fifteenth-century monastic cell.”
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