Author: Tim Siadatan
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1473524911
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Trullo is about serious cooking, but with a simple, laid-back approach. From creative antipasti and knockout feasts to the bold pasta dishes that inspired Trullo’s sister restaurant Padella, this is food that brings people together.

Gino And His Trullo

Author: Daniel Z. Cis
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
ISBN: 9781622122318
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Gino and His Trullo is the heart-warming tale of a dog's journey to find a home.

Religions Of Late Antiquity In Practice

Author: Richard Valantasis
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691057514
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James C. Skedros The Council in Trullo was held sometime in the capital of the
Roman empire, Constantinople. Although the dates of the Council are often given
as 691-692 C.E., it is most likely that the Council gathered "between the 1st of ...

Byzantine Orthodoxies

Author: Andrew Louth
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780754654964
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In the beginning was the Word: Art and Orthodoxy at the Councils of Trullo (692)
and Nicaea II (787) Leslie Brubaker In terms of art and Orthodoxy, in the
beginning there was no word at all: the earliest canonical legislation dealing with
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The Council In Trullo Revisited

Author: George Nedungatt
Publisher: Edizioni Orientalia Christiana
ISBN: 9788872103081
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Proceedings of a symposium held in Rome, Dec. 3-6, 1992, sponsored by the Faculty of Canon Law of the Pontifical Oriental Institute.


Author: David C Lawton
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 146919483X
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Then at least they could lower Trullo down to take the strain oif what must have
been a pair of aching arms, legs and back. Lawrence had done some climbing in
his youth and knew by days end even the stoutest limbs began to feel rubbery.