Western-european sentence example
- extremity of the island, being the first western European to do so.
- Arriving at Tabriz, then the chief city of Mongol Persia, and indeed of all Western Asia, Monte Corvino moved down to India to the Madras region or " Country of St Thomas, " from which he wrote home, in December 1291 (or 1292), the earliest noteworthy account of the Coromandel coast furnished by any Western European.
- But in process of time this group was merged with freedmen, settled slaves (servi casati) and small freedmen into the numerous class of serfs (servi, rustici, villani) which appears under different names in all western European countries.
- The adoption of the Roman instead of the Gothic ritual of Saint Isidore has been lamented, but it marked the assumption by Castile of a place in the community of the western European kingdoms. The Frenchmen, both monks and knights, who accompanied Constance brought to bear on Spain the ecclesiastical, architectural, literary and military influence of France, then the intellectual centre of Europe, as fully as it ever was exercised in later times.
- A huge block of gold bullion, located in a dozen western European centers was also on offer.Advertisement
- They consolidated their hold on what were, in terms of western European norms of the time, unusually large demesnes.
- Feudal Culture & Society With a few exceptions, the society and culture of the EH world is that of western European feudalism.
- governed according to an orthodox Western European model.
- Disturbances of the western European ionosphere during the total solar eclipse of 11 august 1999 measured by a wide ionosonde and radar network.
- Some political leaders have tried to renew this idea by saying that Germany can only be safely reunited in a tightly-knit western European framework.Advertisement
- The Christians pinched the festive season from the Western European pagan Yuletide celebration of Winter Solstice.
- However, it was not always this way, as Latin American dance genres have only been a part of Western-European culture for little more than a century.
- In some Western European countries, home births are more common; in the Netherlands, about 30 percent of babies are still born at home, especially with low-risk pregnancies.
- This concept of vena amoris (vein of love) led to the now common Western European tradition of wearing wedding rings on the left ring finger.