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    • Group - Maceros en Navarra

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    • A pair of maceros (also known as beadles or sergeants-at-arms) taken during the festival of San Fermin (Sanfermines, Sanferminak), a martyr and one of the co-patrons of Pamplona, Navarre (Navarra), Spain. Maceros and the maces they carry with them...
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    • MAGENCIO
      VALENCIA
      JULY
      9
      1958
      ESTE DE
      ARRIBA
      ES UN
      HIJO DE PUTA
      (WRITTEN BELOW "VIVA ESPAÑA CON")
    • Navarra gate greeting Amadeo I

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    • The text of the illustration appears to read: "Navarra saluda entusiasta a.s.m. [a su majestad] el rey de Amadeo 1." (Roughly: Navarra enthusiastically greets His Majesty King Amadeo I)
    • Navarra gate greeting Amadeo I

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    • The text of the illustration appears to read: "Navarra saluda entusiasta a.s.m. [a su majestad] el rey de Amadeo 1." (Roughly: Navarra enthusiastically greets His Majesty King Amadeo I)
    • Place - Puente de la Rochapea

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    • Photo of the Puente de la Rochapea, the bridge that crosses over the Arga (or, historically, Runa) river, in Pamplona, Spain. Rochapea was established by gardners who worked outside of the city walls and is the second oldest neighborhood in...
    • Lander County Oral History Project

    • Lander County (Nev.) -- Biography; Lander County (Nev.) -- History
    • In January 1993 oral historian Sylvia Arden was hired by the Lander County Board of Commissioners to interview the remaining long-time residents of Lander County to preserve the history of the region and provide information for a socio-economic...
    • Drawing honoring Amadeo I

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    • Drawing possibly connected to the ascension of Amadeo I (r. 16 Nov 1870 – 11 Feb 1873). The left hand side of the drawing says "Á.S.M. el Rey D[?] Amadeo 1st Navarra." The right hand side of the drawing says "Homenage de adhesión y respeto,"...
    • Heráldica/Heraldry - eight-pointed star

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    • Heraldry. A single eight-pointed charge (possibly a star, mullet, or spur depending on context) on a solid colored field. The eight points are typical of the Catalan and Spanish heraldry. The design represented here is fairly common, making it...
    • Heraldry/heraldica - Olite

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    • Variation of the arms (escudo) of the city of Olite. A golden crown above an olive tree flanked by two golden towers/castles on a silver field. The border is red with the golden chains of Navarre. Trae de Plata y un olivo de sínople coronado...

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