A Book of the Basques (Basque Series) ebook
by Marjorie Gallop,Rodney Gallop
A Book of the Basques book. Rodney Gallop's classic work on the Basques is as pertinent and informative today as when it was first published in 1930.
A Book of the Basques book.
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Despite the book's shortcomings, much can be gleaned here about a nation whose saga begins before .
Despite the book's shortcomings, much can be gleaned here about a nation whose saga begins before recorded history and ought to inspire curious readers to delve deeper into their story. 14 people found this helpful. I read it over time for many reasons, one of which it can be so detailed as to become tedious. I would recommend it for those interested in history.
Basque sheepherders once drove their flocks up and down what is now Highway 395 in California. Charming Illustrations by Marjorie Gallop, from "The Book of the Basques" by Rodney Gallop, 1931. March 15, 2016 ·. basquebooks. Tales from Basques in the United States : The Tragic Case of Txomin Malasechevarria.
A book of the Basques. by. Gallop, Rodney, 1901-1948. Reno, University of Nevada Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Kahle/Austin Foundation.
The Basques withstood domination by the Visigoths and Franks. Late in the 6th cent. they took advantage of the anarchy prevailing in the Frankish kingdom and expanded northward, occupying present-day Gascony (Lat. Vasconia), to which they gave their name
The Basques withstood domination by the Visigoths and Franks. Vasconia), to which they gave their name. The duchy of Vasconia, formed in 601 and chronically at war with the Franks, Visigoths, and Moors, was closely associated with, and at times dominated by, Aquitaine
Basques are indigenous to and primarily inhabit an area traditionally known as the Basque Country (Basque: Euskal Herria), a region that is located around the western end of the Pyrenees on the coast of the Bay of Biscay and straddles parts of north-central Spain and south-western France.
Rodney Gallop: A Book of the Basques. Paddy Woodworth: The Basque Country, a Cultural History.
Based on information that Webster collected from servants and other domestics in the closed world of the nineteenth-century Basque etxe (house, but with a meaning much more powerful and comprehensive than we expect from the English word), especially from Stephana Hirigaray, who he employed as a maid in the Basque Country.