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High Crosses (also twelfth century) in any one location.


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11:01 Jan 21, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: High Crosses (also twelfth century) in any one location.
The smallest diocese in Ireland, Kilfenora at the centre of the Burren, had the greatest number of High Crosses (also twelfth century) in any one location.

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naCruces AltasxxxPaul Roige
naCruces, cruces celtasanam



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Cruces, cruces celtas

"...cuenta con el mayor número de cruces celtas (también del siglo XII)"
Se las conocen por este nombre.

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Cruces Altas

Hola de nuevo. Ahí va: "La diócesis más pequeña de Irlanda, Kilfenora, -situada en el centro del condado de Burren-, poseía la cifra más elevada de Cruces Altas (y también del siglo XII) que se hayan erigido en un sólo lugar". Sigo dándole con "erigido", mira...Los dos links son para "cruz alta", en el segundo encontrarás este texto de Enya: "El cementerio Machaire De Fhothain está justo al lado de aquí [se ve otra vista del cementerio] y en la línea de la canción "loss of comfort gone before" se refiere a ellos... descansando aquí [se ve una cruz alta de metal]...". Hasta logo rapaza, e sorte :-)

xxxPaul Roige
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