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Lusitano

a Portuguese gray horse, 15 to 16 hands high, very similar to andalusian. An excellent riding and parade horse.
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Los Lancienses mas caracteristicos formaban parte de los Lusitani (Plin.
2004b--The plant communities of the Rumici indurati-Dianthion lusitani in the Lusitan Duriensean biogeographical sector (NE Portugal and CW Spain)--Acta Bot.
Rumici indurati-Dianthion lusitani Rivas-Martinez, Izco & Costa 1973 ex Fuente 1986
Written in 1542 by Portuguese humanist philosopher Damiao de Gois, a friend and student of Erasmus, the 30-page book is entitled "Hispania damiani a goes equitis lusitani.
El uso del titulo Chronica Gothorum ha sido cuestionado recientemente a favor del mas ambivalente Annales Lusitani, debido a la informacion limitada que la cronica ofrece sobre el periodo visigodo; vid.
O'Connor dropped the favourite out and came late with a seemingly winning run only to fall at the second last leaving Lusitani to outbattle Sartorious in a driving finish.
he led his army against the Callaici and Lusitani, conquered them and marched to the outer sea making tribes there subject to Rome which had previously been independent.
Su nombre se le debe a una tribu que habitaba la region y que opuso una tenaz resistencia a la romanizacion: los lusitani, de origen indoeuropeo celta (II a.
Est enim perspicuum in spiritualibus et temporalibus sperari maximum emolumentum ex facilitate addiscendae nostrae linguae, ut exteri siue mercatores suis opibus nos ditent et nostris ditentur, siue concionatores peruadant usque ad fines Orbis seu Lusitani imperii, ubi nationes barbaras ueris Euangelii diuitiis locupletent" (Pereira 1672: [2]).
I also learned that this was so not only in Galicia but also in Portugal, where the Lusitani, a Celtic tribe, opposed the Roman occupation, under the leadership of Viriato.