A data management system written at CERN, based on the Entity-Relationship model.
It turns out, however, that adamo’s pieces are very closely based on real termite mounds.
Artist as Ant Blake Gopnik October 3, 2013
This was in 1601, several years before the “adamo” of Andrieni.
Vondel’s Lucifer Joost van den Vondel
Voltaire accused him of taking his epic from an old Italian mystery, the adamo, by Andrivi.
The Collector Henry T. Tuckerman
The biography is thought to have been written by adamo Fumano.
Terrestrial and Celestial Globes Vol I Edward Luther Stevenson
adamo Rossi gives other curious details about this work drawn from Perugian records, which are worth noting.
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