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Il Camposanto, Piazza del Duomo, Pisa, Italia

 

Il Camposanto, Piazza del Duomo, Pisa, Italia
(Photo - Date: 12-10-2015 / Time: 14:56:57)

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Pisa es una ciudad de la región italiana de la Toscana y la capital de la provincia homónima. Entre los monumentos más importantes de la ciudad figura —en la célebre Piazza dei Miracoli, declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad— la catedral, construida en mármol entre los años 1064 y 1118, en estilo románico pisano, con su portal en bronce de Bonanno Pisano y el púlpito de Giovanni Pisano. Al lado de la catedral se encuentra la llamativa torre inclinada, del siglo XII, con una altura de 58,36 metros, que sufrió su característica inclinación inmediatamente después de iniciarse su construcción.

 

 

Piazza dei Miracoli, Piazza del Duomo, Pisa, Italia

 

Piazza dei Miracoli, Piazza del Duomo, Pisa, Italia
(Photo - Date: 12-10-2015 / Time: 13:25:51)

 

Debido a la naturaleza del terreno, existen en Pisa otras dos torres inclinadas: el campanario de la iglesia de San Nicola, en el extremo opuesto de Vía Santa Maria, junto al Lungarno; y el campanario de la iglesia de San Michele degli Scalzi, en la mitad del paseo fluvial delle Piagge, sito en la parte este de la ciudad (en este caso incluso la iglesia está inclinada). También está inclinado el Palacio Toscanini en Lungarno Pacinotti. La razón de que tal cantidad de edificios, sobre todo los altos y esbeltos como los campanarios, se encuentren inclinados, es la naturaleza pantanosa del terreno sobre el que está situada la ciudad, que en muchos casos cede y se asienta con el peso de estas edificaciones.

 

 

                  
                  

 

Now Israel loved Joseph more than any other of his sons, because he was the son of his old age. And he made him a robe of many colors.[1] (Gén 37:4)  -  1 / 80.

But when his brothers saw that their father loved him more than all his brothers, they hated him and could not speak peacefully to him. (Gén 37:5)  -  2 / 80.

Now Joseph had a dream, and when he told it to his brothers they hated him even more. (Gén 37:6)  -  3 / 80.

He said to them, Hear this dream that I have dreamed: (Gén 37:7)  -  4 / 80.

Behold, we were binding sheaves in the field, and behold, my sheaf arose and stood upright. And behold, your sheaves gathered around it and bowed down to my sheaf. (Gén 37:8)  -  5 / 80.

His brothers said to him, Are you indeed to reign over us? Or are you indeed to rule over us? So they hated him even more for his dreams and for his words. (Gén 37:9)  -  6 / 80.

Then he dreamed another dream and told it to his brothers and said, Behold, I have dreamed another dream. Behold, the sun, the moon, and eleven stars were bowing down to me. (Gén 37:10)  -  7 / 80.

But when he told it to his father and to his brothers, his father rebuked him and said to him, What is this dream that you have dreamed? Shall I and your mother and your brothers indeed come to bow ourselves to the ground before you? (Gén 37:11)  -  8 / 80.

And his brothers were jealous of him, but his father kept the saying in mind. (Gén 37:12)  -  9 / 80.

Now his brothers went to pasture their fathers flock near Shechem. (Gén 37:13)  -  10 / 80.

And Israel said to Joseph, Are not your brothers pasturing the flock at Shechem? Come, I will send you to them. And he said to him, Here I am. (Gén 37:14)  -  11 / 80.

So he said to him, Go now, see if it is well with your brothers and with the flock, and bring me word. So he sent him from the Valley of Hebron, and he came to Shechem. (Gén 37:15)  -  12 / 80.

And a man found him wandering in the fields. And the man asked him, What are you seeking? (Gén 37:16)  -  13 / 80.

I am seeking my brothers, he said. Tell me, please, where they are pasturing the flock. (Gén 37:17)  -  14 / 80.

And the man said, They have gone away, for I heard them say, Let us go to Dothan. So Joseph went after his brothers and found them at Dothan. (Gén 37:18)  -  15 / 80.

They saw him from afar, and before he came near to them they conspired against him to kill him. (Gén 37:19)  -  16 / 80.

They said to one another, Here comes this dreamer. (Gén 37:20)  -  17 / 80.

Come now, let us kill him and throw him into one of the pits. Then we will say that a fierce animal has devoured him, and we will see what will become of his dreams. (Gén 37:21)  -  18 / 80.

But when Reuben heard it, he rescued him out of their hands, saying, Let us not take his life. (Gén 37:22)  -  19 / 80.

And Reuben said to them, Shed no blood; cast him into this pit here in the wilderness, but do not lay a hand on him -- that he might rescue him out of their hand to restore him to his father. (Gén 37:23)  -  20 / 80.

So when Joseph came to his brothers, they stripped him of his robe, the robe of many colors that he wore. (Gén 37:24)  -  21 / 80.

And they took him and cast him into a pit. The pit was empty; there was no water in it. (Gén 37:25)  -  22 / 80.

Then they sat down to eat. And looking up they saw a caravan of Ishmaelites coming from Gilead, with their camels bearing gum, balm, and myrrh, on their way to carry it down to Egypt. (Gén 37:26)  -  23 / 80.

Then Judah said to his brothers, What profit is it if we kill our brother and conceal his blood? (Gén 37:27)  -  24 / 80.

Come, let us sell him to the Ishmaelites, and let not our hand be upon him, for he is our brother, our own flesh. And his brothers listened to him. (Gén 37:28)  -  25 / 80.

Then Midianite traders passed by. And they drew Joseph up and lifted him out of the pit, and sold him to the Ishmaelites for twenty shekels of silver. They took Joseph to Egypt. (Gén 37:29)  -  26 / 80.

When Reuben returned to the pit and saw that Joseph was not in the pit, he tore his clothes (Gén 37:30)  -  27 / 80.

and returned to his brothers and said, The boy is gone, and I, where shall I go? (Gén 37:31)  -  28 / 80.

Then they took Josephs robe and slaughtered a goat and dipped the robe in the blood. (Gén 37:32)  -  29 / 80.

And they sent the robe of many colors and brought it to their father and said, This we have found; please identify whether it is your sons robe or not. (Gén 37:33)  -  30 / 80.

And he identified it and said, It is my sons robe. A fierce animal has devoured him. Joseph is without doubt torn to pieces. (Gén 37:34)  -  31 / 80.

Then Jacob tore his garments and put sackcloth on his loins and mourned for his son many days. (Gén 37:35)  -  32 / 80.

All his sons and all his daughters rose up to comfort him, but he refused to be comforted and said, No, I shall go down to Sheol to my son, mourning. Thus his father wept for him. (Gén 37:36)  -  33 / 80.

Meanwhile the Midianites had sold him in Egypt to Potiphar, an officer of Pharaoh, the captain of the guard. (Gén 38:1)  -  34 / 80.

It happened at that time that Judah went down from his brothers and turned aside to a certain Adullamite, whose name was Hirah. (Gén 38:2)  -  35 / 80.

There Judah saw the daughter of a certain Canaanite whose name was Shua. He took her and went in to her, (Gén 38:3)  -  36 / 80.

and she conceived and bore a son, and he called his name Er. (Gén 38:4)  -  37 / 80.

She conceived again and bore a son, and she called his name Onan. (Gén 38:5)  -  38 / 80.

Yet again she bore a son, and she called his name Shelah. Judah[1] was in Chezib when she bore him. (Gén 38:6)  -  39 / 80.

And Judah took a wife for Er his firstborn, and her name was Tamar. (Gén 38:7)  -  40 / 80.

But Er, Judahs firstborn, was wicked in the sight of the LORD, and the LORD put him to death. (Gén 38:8)  -  41 / 80.

Then Judah said to Onan, Go in to your brothers wife and perform the duty of a brother-in-law to her, and raise up offspring for your brother. (Gén 38:9)  -  42 / 80.

But Onan knew that the offspring would not be his. So whenever he went in to his brothers wife he would waste the semen on the ground, so as not to give offspring to his brother. (Gén 38:10)  -  43 / 80.

And what he did was wicked in the sight of the LORD, and he put him to death also. (Gén 38:11)  -  44 / 80.

Then Judah said to Tamar his daughter-in-law, Remain a widow in your fathers house, till Shelah my son grows up -- for he feared that he would die, like his brothers. So Tamar went and remained in her fathers house. (Gén 38:12)  -  45 / 80.

In course of time the wife of Judah, Shuas daughter, died. When Judah was comforted, he went up to Timnah to his sheepshearers, he and his friend Hirah the Adullamite. (Gén 38:13)  -  46 / 80.

And when Tamar was told, Your father-in-law is going up to Timnah to shear his sheep, (Gén 38:14)  -  47 / 80.

she took off her widows garments and covered herself with a veil, wrapping herself up, and sat at the entrance to Enaim, which is on the road to Timnah. For she saw that Shelah was grown up, and she had not been given to him in marriage. (Gén 38:15)  -  48 / 80.

When Judah saw her, he thought she was a prostitute, for she had covered her face. (Gén 38:16)  -  49 / 80.

He turned to her at the roadside and said, Come, let me come in to you, for he did not know that she was his daughter-in-law. She said, What will you give me, that you may come in to me? (Gén 38:17)  -  50 / 80.

He answered, I will send you a young goat from the flock. And she said, If you give me a pledge, until you send it -- (Gén 38:18)  -  51 / 80.

He said, What pledge shall I give you? She replied, Your signet and your cord and your staff that is in your hand. So he gave them to her and went in to her, and she conceived by him. (Gén 38:19)  -  52 / 80.

Then she arose and went away, and taking off her veil she put on the garments of her widowhood. (Gén 38:20)  -  53 / 80.

When Judah sent the young goat by his friend the Adullamite to take back the pledge from the womans hand, he did not find her. (Gén 38:21)  -  54 / 80.

And he asked the men of the place, Where is the cult prostitute who was at Enaim at the roadside? And they said, No cult prostitute has been here. (Gén 38:22)  -  55 / 80.

So he returned to Judah and said, I have not found her. Also, the men of the place said, No cult prostitute has been here. (Gén 38:23)  -  56 / 80.

And Judah replied, Let her keep the things as her own, or we shall be laughed at. You see, I sent this young goat, and you did not find her. (Gén 38:24)  -  57 / 80.

About three months later Judah was told, Tamar your daughter-in-law has been immoral. Moreover, she is pregnant by immorality. And Judah said, Bring her out, and let her be burned. (Gén 38:25)  -  58 / 80.

As she was being brought out, she sent word to her father-in-law, By the man to whom these belong, I am pregnant. And she said, Please identify whose these are, the signet and the cord and the staff. (Gén 38:26)  -  59 / 80.

Then Judah identified them and said, She is more righteous than I, since I did not give her to my son Shelah. And he did not know her again. (Gén 38:27)  -  60 / 80.

When the time of her labor came, there were twins in her womb. (Gén 38:28)  -  61 / 80.

And when she was in labor, one put out a hand, and the midwife took and tied a scarlet thread on his hand, saying, This one came out first. (Gén 38:29)  -  62 / 80.

But as he drew back his hand, behold, his brother came out. And she said, What a breach you have made for yourself! Therefore his name was called Perez. (Gén 38:30)  -  63 / 80.

Afterward his brother came out with the scarlet thread on his hand, and his name was called Zerah. (Gén 39:1)  -  64 / 80.

Now Joseph had been brought down to Egypt, and Potiphar, an officer of Pharaoh, the captain of the guard, an Egyptian, had bought him from the Ishmaelites who had brought him down there. (Gén 39:2)  -  65 / 80.

The LORD was with Joseph, and he became a successful man, and he was in the house of his Egyptian master. (Gén 39:3)  -  66 / 80.

His master saw that the LORD was with him and that the LORD caused all that he did to succeed in his hands. (Gén 39:4)  -  67 / 80.

So Joseph found favor in his sight and attended him, and he made him overseer of his house and put him in charge of all that he had. (Gén 39:5)  -  68 / 80.

From the time that he made him overseer in his house and over all that he had the LORD blessed the Egyptians house for Josephs sake; the blessing of the LORD was on all that he had, in house and field. (Gén 39:6)  -  69 / 80.

So he left all that he had in Josephs charge, and because of him he had no concern about anything but the food he ate. Now Joseph was handsome in form and appearance. (Gén 39:7)  -  70 / 80.

And after a time his masters wife cast her eyes on Joseph and said, Lie with me. (Gén 39:8)  -  71 / 80.

But he refused and said to his masters wife, Behold, because of me my master has no concern about anything in the house, and he has put everything that he has in my charge. (Gén 39:9)  -  72 / 80.

He is not greater in this house than I am, nor has he kept back anything from me except yourself, because you are his wife. How then can I do this great wickedness and sin against God? (Gén 39:10)  -  73 / 80.

And as she spoke to Joseph day after day, he would not listen to her, to lie beside her or to be with her. (Gén 39:11)  -  74 / 80.

But one day, when he went into the house to do his work and none of the men of the house was there in the house, (Gén 39:12)  -  75 / 80.

she caught him by his garment, saying, Lie with me. But he left his garment in her hand and fled and got out of the house. (Gén 39:13)  -  76 / 80.

And as soon as she saw that he had left his garment in her hand and had fled out of the house, (Gén 39:14)  -  77 / 80.

she called to the men of her household and said to them, See, he has brought among us a Hebrew to laugh at us. He came in to me to lie with me, and I cried out with a loud voice. (Gén 39:15)  -  78 / 80.

And as soon as he heard that I lifted up my voice and cried out, he left his garment beside me and fled and got out of the house. (Gén 39:16)  -  79 / 80.

Then she laid up his garment by her until his master came home, (Gén 39:17)  -  80 / 80.

 

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