Group marriage is a form of polygamous marriage in which more than one man and more than one woman form a family unit. In principle, all members of the marriage share parental responsibility for any children arising from the marriage. Group marriage has been more idealized in writing than it has been realized in practice.
Previous (Roy Acuff) Next (Roy Harris) Roy David Eldridge (January 30, 1911 - February 26, 1989), known as Roy Eldridge and nicknamed Little Jazz, was a foremost jazz trumpet player. He is considered a historical figure announcing the transition between swing and modern jazz. Roy Eldridge was both an innovator on trumpet and one of the great stylists of that instrument.
Previous (Aztec codices) Next (B.R. Ambedkar) Azuchi-Momoyama castle, Built: 1333-1346; destroyed and rebuilt 1580; major expansions 1601-1608 The Azuchi-Momoyama period (安土桃山時代, azuchi momoyama jidai ), also called Momoyama Period, came at the end of the Sengoku period (Warring States period) in Japan, when the political unification that preceded the establishment of the Tokugawa shogunate took place.
In addition to sonnets such as the ones above, which were published in the volume Los sueños ( Dreams ), Quevedo is also particularly remembered today for his novel Historia de la vida del Buscón llamado don Pablos ( The Life Story of the Sharper, called Don Pablos ) which is now considered one of the earliest examples of the picaresque-or satirical-novel that realistically and humorously depicted the seedy underside of Spanish city life.
Johann Christian Bach (September 5, 1735 - January 1, 1782) was a composer of the Classical music era and the eleventh and youngest son of Johann Sebastian Bach. He is sometimes referred to as "the London Bach" or "the English Bach," due to his time spent living there as well as the musical contributions which he made to the music of England.
The Alhambra (Arabic: الحمراء-Al-Ħamrā'; literally "the red") is a palace and fortress complex of the Moorish monarchs of Granada in southern Spain, occupying a hilly terrace on the southeastern border of the city of Granada. Mohammed I, the first king of the Nasriden-a Moorish dynasty in Granada-converted a ninth-century castle into his private royal residence, and it is this which we now know as the Alhambra.