Definition of Cinquecentos
1. cinquecento [n] - See also: cinquecento
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cinquecentos
Literary usage of Cinquecentos
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The World Machine: The First Phase; the Cosmic Mechanism by Carl Snyder (1907)
"There may be triumvirates and decemvirs, and, for aught that we now know, conceivably centos and cinquecentos —that is to say, twins and triads and clusters ..."
2. In and Out of Florence: A New Introduction to a Well-known City by Vernon Lyman Kellogg (1910)
"And the glib " trecentos " or " cinquecentos " of the polite possessors of all these treasures are no more so. The Via dei Fossi is only too likely to be a ..."
3. Rome, Ancient and Modern, and Its Environs: And Its Environs by Jeremiah Donovan (1844)
"Over the entrance to the sacristy and monastery are two cinquecentos, one to the left painted by Sinibaldo Ibei, a pupil of Pietro Perugino , the other by ..."
4. Grillparzer as a Poet of Nature by Faust Charles De Walsh (1910)
"Just as I am in many respects old Franconian, so do I likewise have some of the now almost unknown feeling of the cinquecentos. ..."