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Ruysch

(roysh),
Frederik, Dutch anatomist, 1638-1731. See: Ruysch membrane, Ruysch muscle, Ruysch tube, Ruysch veins.
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Y tri theulu a welwyd yn y gyfres gyntaf yn gwireddu breuddwyd a symud i Gymru o dde ddwyrain Lloegr oedd John a Jackie Kirk a symudodd o Lundain i redeg fferm ym Mhont Senni, Powys; Rob a Jane Johnson o Portsmouth a ymgartrefodd ym Mhenygroes, Sir Gaerfyrddin a Wim a Coby Ruysch a symudodd o Maidstone i bentref Cribyn, ger Llanbedr Pont Steffan, yng Ngheredigion.
Byddwn hefyd yn ymweld a hen ffermdy Wim a Cobie Ruysch yng Ngheredigion wedi i'r ddau symud yno o'u cartref bychan ym Maidstone.
28) This concept was expressed in the 1507 world map of Johannes Ruysch, who accepted that Sipango and Hispaniola were one and the same, as he explained in the legend he inscribed on his map:
Its constellation of Dutch masters is notably large and is crowned by signature works by Frans Hals, Rembrandt van Rijn, Jacob van Ruisdael, Rachel Ruysch, Jan Steen, and Gerhard Ter Borch.
L'immagine straordinaria dei trapassati nel coro dei morti nel "Dialogo di Federico Ruysch e delle sue mummie" ripudia la credenza nell'immortalita da un angolo speciale, cogliendo i morti nell'atto di vivere nell'altro mondo e di rallegrarsi d'essersi con la morte finalmente liberati dall'affanno che li aveva tormentati in vita a causa del pensiero dell'aldila.
86) Coenraad Ruysch, for instance, paid regular visits to Francois Turretin, one of the precisians of orthodox Calvinism and a well-spoken minister, and his learned colleagues.
Perhaps the best-known of the early examples were Leonardo's drawings, the display cabinets of the Dutch pharmacist Ruysch, (1) and Rembrandt's iconic painting of a seventeenth-century anatomy lesson.
Jahrhundert: Johannes Loffelholz und Rudolf Agricola in Padua, Pavia und Ferrara"; "Ferrara: The Cradle of Humanism in Frisia"; "Ehemalige Studenten italienischer Renaissance-Universitaten: ihre Karrieren und ihre soziale Rolle"; "Die Lobrede des Baldassarre Rasini auf den Kolner Juristen und Kanzler Johann Ruysch (1437/38)"; "The Humanist Education of Johannes Roth, Prince-Bishop of Breslau"; "Der Bericht des Johannes Roth uber die Kaiserkronung von Friedrich III.
Some notable examples are a drawing by Edgar Degas, restituted by the Israel Museum in Jerusalem and a still life by the Dutch female 17-th century master painter Rachel Ruysch, which was returned to the family last weekend by the GemEnlde Galerie Dresden.
1) Its discovery has long been attributed to the great Dutch anatomist Frederic Ruysch, who first illustrated the organ in the early 18th century.
Croeso i Gymru/Welcome to Wales, broadcast each evening on S4C this week, follows the ups and downs of the Ruysch family from Maidstone who move to Cribyn, the Johnsons from Portsmouth who settle in Penygroes, and John and Jackie Kirk, originally from London, who buy a farm in Sennybridge.