Origin : Portuguese,
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Additional information Viriato:
From the Latin name Viriathus or Viriatus, which was derived from viriae "bracelets" (of Celtic origin). Viriathus was a leader of the Lusitani (a tribe of Portugal) who rebelled against Roman rule in the 2nd century BC.
Songs about Viriato:
Variações Sobre O Fado Lopes (feat. José Silva & Viriato Ferreira) by Nathalie Pires from the Album Corre-Me O Fado Nas Veias
Calle Viriato by Javier Infante from the Album Las Palmas Ciudad De Mar
Variações Em Ré (feat. José Silva & Viriato Ferreira) by Nathalie Pires from the Album Corre-Me O Fado Nas Veias
Viriato by Windfaerer from the Album Tribus
Books about Viriato:
Viriato: El Collar de la Loba (Spanish Edition) by Fernando Barrejón (Aug 3, 2010)
Viriato (Portuguese Edition) by Teófilo Braga (Apr 17, 2010)
Viriato (Portuguese Edition) by Manuel de Figueiredo and JosÃ© Barbosa Machado (Sep 23, 2010)
O Mito de Viriato na Literatura Portuguesa (Portuguese Edition) by José Barbosa Machado (Jun 27, 2012)
Viriato Tragico (Portuguese Edition) by Júlio Dantas (Apr 6, 2010)
Viriato tragico, poema heroico em 20 cantos (Portuguese Edition) by Bras Garcia de Mascarenhas (Jan 1, 1846)
OPERACIÓN VIRIATO (Spanish Edition) by INA SUESCUN (Aug 30, 2014)
Wiki information Viriato:
Viriato Clemente da Cruz was an Angolan poet and politician, who was born in Kikuvo, Porto Amboim, Portuguese Angola, and died in Beijing, People's Republic of China. He is considered one of the most important Angolan poets of his time. He wrote...
Cabanas de Viriato is a town in the Carregal do Sal Municipality, Dão-Lafões Subregion of the Viseu District, in the Centro Region of Portugal. The size of the area is 21,94 km² with a population of 1 698. Population density: 77,4