Top 10 similar words or synonyms for tres_siglos

obra_literaria    0.869085

admiración    0.867328

chanoc_en    0.865037

transcripción    0.861393

valoración    0.855559

el_oficio    0.855366

novelística    0.855278

pérdida    0.854986

para_voz_guitarra    0.854884

topónimos    0.854531

Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for tres_siglos

Article Example
Ángel Torres (author) Books he wrote include "La Historia Del Beisbol Cubano 1878-1976", "La Leyenda Del Beisbol Cubano", "Tres Siglos De Beisbol Cubano", "El Legado Deportivo" and "The Baseball Bible" (in English).
Spanish conquest of the Maya In 1688 colonial historian Diego López de Cogolludo detailed the expeditions of the Spanish missionaries in 1618 and 1619 in his "Los tres siglos de la dominación española en Yucatán o sea historia de esta provincia" ("The three centuries of Spanish domination in Yucatán, or the history of this province"); he based it upon Fuensalida's report, which is now lost.
Juana Inés de la Cruz Tarsicio Herrera Zapién, a classical scholar, has devoted much of his career to the study of Sor Juana's works. Some of his publications (in Spanish) include "Buena fe y humanismo en Sor Juana: diálogos y ensayos: las obras latinas: los sorjuanistas recientes" (1984); "López Velarde y sor Juana, feministas opuestos: y cuatro ensayos sobre Horacio y Virgilio en México" (1984); "Poemas mexicanos universales: de Sor Juana a López Velarde" (1989) and "Tres siglos y cien vidas de Sor Juana" (1995).
Enrique Caravia Montenegro One of his collective exhibitions was ""Primer Salón de Humoristas"" in 1921 at the Academia de Ciencias de Cuba, Havana. In 1951, he participated in the first "Bienal Hispanoamericana de Arte de Madrid" and in ""Exposición Bienal Hispano Americana de Arte"" at the Instituto Cultural Cubano Español, Havana. In 1954, he presented some works in the second Bienal Hispanoamericana de Arte at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Havana and in 1996 "Estampas cubanas de tres siglos" was shown at the Museo Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá and at the Salón Avianca, Barranquilla, Colombia.
Cavalcade On 8 March 100 riders continued across the United States–Mexico border 3 miles to the Pancho Villa State Park and Museum in the village of Columbus, New Mexico. From the border the Villistas were accompanied by 200 American riders. The 8th cavalcade in 2007 was larger, with 500 riders arriving in Puerto Palomas de Villa. The 7th cavalcade in 2006 was smaller but the arrival of the 100 Villistas at Pancho Villa State Park coincided with ceremonies attended by New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, Chihuahua Governor José Reyes Baeza Terrazas, and many other dignitaries. The cavalcade in 2010 was the opening event of the centennial celebrations "Tres Siglos, Tres Fiestas" (Three Centuries, Three Fiestas).
Andrés Cavo At his death in 1803 he left a manuscript of his work "Historia civil y política de México" ("Civil and Political History of Mexico"), in Latin and Spanish. Carlos María de Bustamante found the manuscript in the library of the bishop of Tanagra. Bustamante published it with a large appendix, under the title "Los tres siglos de México bajo el gobierno español hasta la entrada del Ejécito Trigarante" ("Three Centuries of Mexico Under the Spanish Government"). The first edition was published in Mexico City in four volumes in 1836-1838. The first two volumes of Bustamante's edition are Cavo's history from the conquest to 1766, the year before the expulsion of the Jesuits. Bustamante added two volumes, bringing the history up to 1821, when Mexico achieved its independence.
Carlos María de Bustamante In addition to the work of Sahagún, Bustamante printed the chronicle of Gómara, the work of Veytia on Tezcuco, the dissertations of Gama on two large Mexican sculptures, and others. To the history by Sahagún he added one of the "relaciones" of Fernando de Alva Ixtlixochitl, selected by him for the passionate spirit which it displays against the Spaniards. Bustamante found the manuscript of exiled Mexican Jesuit Andrés Cavo, "Historia civil y política de México" ("Civil and Political History of Mexico"), in Latin and Spanish. Bustamante published it with a large appendix, under the title "Los tres siglos de México bajo el gobierno español hasta la entrada del Ejécito Trigarante" ("Three Centuries of Mexico Under the Spanish Government until the entry of the Army of the Three Guarantees"). The first edition was published in Mexico City in four volumes in 1836-1838. Bustamante also published a portion of Mariano Veytia's "Historia antigua de México", which Veytia based on manuscripts collected by Lorenzo Boturini de Benaducci. Bustamante also published in defective form the eighteenth-century writings of Hipólito Villaroel, who wrote about the Spanish treatment of Indians, the colonial power structure regarding the Indians, and the "Indian problem" in Mexico.