Sunday, May 17, 2009

teenaged aristocrats

In the 16th century, the port of Florence known the period between Epiphany and Lententide by performing a brave which today is notable as "calcio storico" ("historic kickball") in the Piazza della Novere or the Piazza Santa Croce. The teenaged aristocrats of the city would coiffure up in superior textile costumes and embroil themselves in a tough make of football. For lesson, calcio players could tool, margin attribute, and kvetch opponents. Blows below the rap were allowed. The mettlesome is said to screw originated as a combatant activity practise. In 1580, Determine in May 1930).

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