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- "Liberata" redirects here. For the folk saint with this name, see Wilgefortis. Saint Mariña of Aguas Santas (Mariña of Ourense) (119–139 AD) is a virgin...
- Andromeda liberata is a pasticcio-serenata of 18 September 1726, on the subject of ****us Freeing Andromeda, made as a collective tribute to the visiting...
- Saint Liberata may refer to: The French name for Saint Wilgefortis One of the sisters of St. Marina of Aguas Santas Italian name for Saint Adele, daughter...
- as The Liberation of Jerusalem (Italian: La Gerusalemme liberata [la dʒeruzaˈlɛmme libeˈraːta]) is an epic poem by the Italian poet Torquato T****o, first...
- Liberata Mulamula is a Tanzanian diplomat presently serving as Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation since...
- La Betulia liberata (The Liberation of Bethulia) is the title of a libretto by Pietro Metastasio which was originally commissioned by Emperor Charles VI...
- EPs and compilations. Second Skin's single "Liberata Me" inspired the film of the same name, Liberata Me, which won best short subject at the New York...
- Saint Liberata is the patron saint of the city of Pizzone, Italy. She is declared a holy virgin and martyr by the Roman Catholic Church. Her father was...
- Gelechia liberata is a moth of the Gelechiidae family. It is found in South Africa. The wingspan is about 17 mm. The forewings are light ochreous-brownish...
- Eupithecia liberata is a moth in the family Geometridae. It is found in Nepal. Taxapad Mironov, V.G. & A.C. Galsworthy, 2010: Further notes on Eupithecia...
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