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Numerology information Littera:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Songs about Littera:
Littera Scripta Manet by Swingydizz from the Album ?????????? ?????????
Pavane (Transcripted for harmonica and orchestra by Gianluca Littera) by Gianluca Littera from the Album Various Artist: Concert for harmonia and orchestra
Vetus abit littera by Amarcord from the Album Medieval and Renaissance: Vocal Music for the Christmas Season
Vetus abit littera by The Hilliard Ensemble from the Album Perotin and the Ars Antiqua
Vetus abit littera (4-part conductus): Vetus abit littera by Antony Pitts from the Album Music from the Time of the Templars
Vetus abit littera (Conduit) by Diabolus in Musica from the Album Polyphonies De Notre-Dame De Paris Xiie Et Xiiie Siècles
Books about Littera:
Minuto de silencio (Littera) (Spanish Edition) by Siegfried Lenz and Christian Marti (Oct 15, 2011)
Pequeño hombre, ¿y ahora qué? (Littera) (Spanish Edition) by Hans Fallada and Rosa Pilar Blanco (Dec 2, 2013)
El hermanastro (Littera) (Spanish Edition) by Lars Saabye Christensen and Kirsti/Lorenzo, Asunción Bagghetun (Apr 4, 2013)
Littera: Webster's Timeline History, 74 BC - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 14, 2010)
Litteræ in tempore belli: Etudes sur les relations litteraires italo-francaises pendant les guerres d'Italie (... by Richard Cooper (1997)
El mapa de un crimen (Littera) (Spanish Edition) by Paco López Mengual (Feb 24, 2014)
De Littera Nu Graecorum Paragogica Quaestiones Epigraphicae... (Latin Edition) by Hans Maassen (Nov 17, 2011)
Wiki information Littera:
The parchment codex called Littera Florentina is the closest survivor to an official version of the Pandects, the digest of Roman law promulgated by Justinian I in 530–533. The codex, of 907 leaves, is written in the Byzantine-Ravenna uncials...
Literature, in its broadest sense, is any written work; etymologically the term derives from Latin literatura/litteratura "writing formed with letters", although some definitions include spoken or sung texts. More restrictively, it is writing that...