Andalusia (Spain)

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Andalusia (Spain)

Registres equivalents   Andalucía
Formas alternativas del nombre
Fuentes consultadas1. Arquitectura en Al Andalus, 1996 t.p. (Andalus)
2. Barrios, M. Cartas del pueblo andaluz, 1980 (subj.) t.p. (pueblo andaluz) p. 8 (Andalucia)
3. Bernitt, M. Die Ruckwanderung spanischer Gastarbeiter, 1981 t.p. (Andalusien)
4. Encic. univ. ilustrada europeo-americana, 1907? hdg.: Betica; one of the Roman political divisions of modern Spain; from the time of the Arab emirate in Iberia, the name Al-andalus became the dominant name for the region, which is today written Andalusia
5. Encyc. Brit. Andalusia; corresponding roughly to the ancient Roman province of Baetica
6. GEOnet, July 9, 2004 Andalucia [short form], Comunidad Autonoma de--ADM1, 37°36N 04°30W; SP51
7. Internl. Colloq. about the Europ. Convention on Human Rights (6th : 1985 : Seville, Spain). Sixth International Colloq. about the Europ. ..., 1987 CIP t.p. (Autonomous Communities [sic] of Andalusia, Communaute autonome d'Andalousie) p. 11 (Autonomous Community of Andalusia)
8. Jean, R. Sur les sentiers d'Andalousie, c1983 t.p. (Andalousie)
9. Organigrama de las admin. pub. de las comunidades autonomas, 1983 p. 2 (name of govt. given as Junta de Andalucia)
10. Padilla Monge, A. La provincia romana de la Betica (253-422), 1989 intro. (Andalusia)
11. Ruiz Robledo, A. La Comunidad Autonoma de Andalucia, 1988?
12. Spain. Legislacion preautonomica, 1980 t.p. (Andalucia) p. 59 (Real Decreto-ley 11/1978, de 27 de abril (Jefatura), por el que se aprueba el regimen preautonomico para Andalucia) p. 60 (includes provs. of Almeria, Cadiz, Cordoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaen, Malaga and Sevilla)
13. Spain. Legislacion sobre comunidades autonomas, c1982-c1984 v. 1, p. 184 (from the Estatuto de autonomia de Andalucia: the Junta de Andalucia is the institution in which the self-govt. of the autonomous community is organ. politically; the Junta is composed of the Parlamento, the Consejo de Gobierno, and the Pres. of the Junta)
14. Webster's new geog. dict., 1972 Andalusia