- A bagnio
is a loan word into several languages
(from Italian: bagno). In English, French, and so on, it has developed varying
- The Bagnio
is the fifth canvas
in the series
of six satirical paintings known
Hogarth. The new Earl catches
- painting, The Bagnio
(the name on its frame), called
of the earl by Hogarth, the new earl has caught
his wife in a bagnio
with her lover...
hot and overcrowded. Bagnios
had chapels, hospitals, shops, and bars run by captives. Although
were harsh, they were better...
- (literally a de****able coward
or wretch) may mean: a galley-slave in a Barbary bagnio
a Camarilla clanless character
in Vampire: The Masquerade
and on their return
on 29 November lodged
Toft in Lacey's Bagnio
, in Leicester
in the early
days of newspapers, the story...
and was also current among slaves
of the bagnio
, Barbary pirates
and European renegades
in pre-colonial Algiers. Historically...
- (Italian: Gran Prigione; Maltese: il-Ħabs il-Kbir) and colloquially
as the bagnio
, was a prison
in Valletta, Malta. It was established
in the late 16th century...
- obscenest picture
possesses". He proposed
that "it was painted
for a bagnio
[brothel], and it was probably refused because
it was a trifle
of piracy, he was captured
by the Ottomans
in the Bagnio
of Constantinople. Meanwhile, the Ottoman Grand
Vizier, Köprülü Fazıl Ahmed...