Aranda, Council of
Aranda, Council of
Spanish Council held in 1473

Catholic Encyclopedia. . 2006.


Catholic encyclopedia.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Council of Aranda —     Council of Aranda     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Council of Aranda     Held at Aranda in the province of Burgos in Spain, in 1473, by Alfonso Carillo, Archbishop of Toledo, to overcome the ignorance and evil lives of ecclesiastics. Among the… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • List of Council of Ministers of Mozambique, 1984 — The following is a list of the Council of Ministers of Mozambique in 1984.* President: Samora Moises Machel * Ministers * Agriculture: Joao dos Santos Ferreira * Defense: Alberto Joaquim Chipande * Economic affairs in the presidency: Jacinto… …   Wikipedia

  • Aranda de Duero — Aranda de Duero, Spain Flag Nickname(s): Arandinos/as …   Wikipedia

  • Aranda — has several meanings:Places and events: *Aranda de Duero, a Spanish town located in Burgos province, the site of the Council of Aranda *Aranda (comarca), an Aragonese comarca. *Aranda, Australian Capital Territory, a Canberra suburb named after… …   Wikipedia

  • Aranda, Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, conde de — ▪ Spanish statesman born December 18, 1719, Siétamo, Spain died January 9, 1798, Épila       Spanish general, diplomat, and minister, one of the most prominent reformers in the government of King Charles III (1759–88).       Aranda came from the… …   Universalium

  • Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, 10th Count of Aranda — This person should not be confused with Pedro de Aranda, bishop of Calahorra during the late fifteenth century. Portrait of the Count of Aranda, by José María Galván. Don Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea y Jiménez de Urrea, 10th Count of Aranda… …   Wikipedia

  • Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, Count of Aranda — This person should not be confused with Pedro de Aranda, bishop of Calahorra during the late fifteenth century. Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea y Jiménez de Urrea, 10th Count of Aranda (Siétamo, Huesca, 1718 Épila, Saragossa 1798), was a Spanish… …   Wikipedia

  • Pedro de Aranda — This person should not be confused with Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, Count of Aranda. Pedro de Aranda was a Bishop of Calahorra and President of the Council of Castile in the latter part of the fifteenth century, and a victim of the persecutions… …   Wikipedia

  • Arrernte Council — The Arrernte Council of Central Australia Aboriginal Corporation trading as Arrernte Workforce Solutions is an Australian Aborigine council for the Arrernte, Eastern Arrernte, Central Arrernte and Western Arrernte people of Central Australia.… …   Wikipedia

  • Music history of Portugal — Contents 1 Medieval music 1.1 Liturgical repertoire 1.2 Profane music 2 Development of polyphony 2.1 …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”