Eternal City

  • (noun): Capital and largest city of Italy; on the Tiber; seat of the Roman Catholic Church; formerly the capital of the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire.
    Synonyms: Rome, Roma, Italian capital, capital of Italy

Some articles on eternal city:

Hall Caine - The Writer
... It was to be four years before the appearance of Caine's next work, The Eternal City ... The Eternal City opened as a play in October with incidental music by Mascagni ... the end of 1903 six companies were performing The Eternal City, in England, USA, Australia and South Africa ...
The Eternal City (1923 Film)
... The Eternal City (1923) is a silent film directed by George Fitzmaurice, from a script by Ouida Bergère based on a Hall Caine novel, starring Barbara La Marr, Lionel Barrymore and ... distributed by Associated First National, and was a remake of The Eternal City (1915) starring Pauline Frederick ...
Keith Burstein - Biography & Career - Work Premiered During The Early 1990s
... pieces for the 26-piece BT Brass Band - 1991's Eternal City and 1994's Leavetaking ... lifting stray phrases high above the main architecture." The Guardian, by contrast, found that Eternal City made "all the intellectual demands of Mills and Boon pulp ... use of polyphony and dissonance in Eternal City was belied by the review, stating that the BBC and critics had generally represented him fairly, and querying the logic that states that neo-romanticis ...

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