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Per tutto il Seicento i Paesi Bassi detennero il primato nautico e cartografico, e la Francia perse la propria rilevanza.

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Throughout the seventeenth century the Low Countries were the major maritime country and producer of cartographic works, and France lost its relevance.

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Durante i primi secoli dopo Cristo, le donne detennero importanti ministeri nella Chiesa, incluso il diaconato.

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Yes, in the first centuries after Christ, women held responsible ministries in the Church, including that of the diaconate.

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Eppure, un altra frequente obiezione a questa interpretazione delle donne pastore o predicatrici è in relazione a Maria, Debora, Culda, Priscilla, Febe, ecc., donne che detennero posizioni di guida nella Bibbia. Questa obiezione non tiene conto di alcuni fattori significativi.

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Yet another frequent objection to this interpretation of women pastors / preachers is in relation to Miriam, Deborah, Huldah, Priscilla, Phoebe, etc. - women who held positions of leadership in the Bible. This objection fails to note some significant factors.

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Importante centro agricolo della bassa parmense, la cittadina (m 40, ab. 6964) è ricca di storia e di tradizioni: di origine carolingia, fu per lungo tempo capitale del piccolo stato dei Pallavicino, che ne detennero il dominio dal X al XVI secolo, quando divenne parte del ducato farnesiano; nel '400, periodo di maggiore fioritura, fu dotata di statuti e, nel 1533, Carlo V la insignì del titolo di città.

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An important agricultural town in the Parmesan lowlands, Busseto (40 metres on sea level, 6964 inhabitants) is rich of history and traditions: since its carolingian foundation, it has been for a long time the capital of the small state ofthe Pallavicino, who held it from the tenth to the sixteenth century, when it was annexed to the Farnese duchy; in the fifteenth century, its age of maximum prosperity, it obtained statutes and in 1533 Charles V gave it the title of city.

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