Definition of Bottegas
1. bottega [n] - See also: bottega
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bottegas
Literary usage of Bottegas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Makers of Venice: Doges, Conquerors, Painters, and Men of Letters by Oliphant (Margaret) (1891)
"... way from the gaieties of the Piar.xa or the lively bottegas and animation of the Rialto to the busy workshops in that retired and distant Campo, ..."
2. The Makers of Modern Rome: In Four Books: I. Honourable Women Not a Few. II by Oliphant (Margaret) (1897)
"... must have filled with excitement all those bottegas, perched among the ruins, those workshops planned out of abandoned palaces, the haunt, ..."
3. Italian Fantasies by Israel Zangwill (1910)
"And my eyes, piercing through the future, beheld Italian bottegas with immortal Masters and Pupils, turning out through the centuries portraits of the ..."
4. The Letters of Richard Ford, 1797-1858 by Richard Ford (1905)
"I have been rubbing up my notes on the coast of Andalucia, and have been in the bottegas of Xeres, drinking the golden Consular; thence to Tarifa, ..."
5. American Masters of Sculpture: Being Brief Appreciations of Some American by Charles Henry Caffin (1903)
"... most favoured conditions, corresponding in kind to those experienced by apprentices of the fifteenth century in the bottegas of the Florentine masters. ..."