Fili

A fili was a member of an elite class of poets in Ireland, up into the Renaissance, when the Irish class system was dismantled by the English. ==Etymology== The word `file` is thought to derive from the Proto-Celtic *widluios, meaning `seer, one who sees` (attested on the Gaulish inscription from Larzac as `uidluias`, which is the feminine g...
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Fili

(from the article `architecture, Western`) ...transformed its modes into a clearly expressed national style that became known as the Naryshkin Baroque, a delightful example of which is the ...
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Fili

[Moscow] Fili (Фили́) is a former suburban village, now a neighborhood in the western section of Moscow, Russia, notable for the events of September 1812, following the Battle of Borodino. The village was located between the Moskva River and Poklonnaya Hill, near the present-day Fili station of Moscow Metro and the extant Church of the...
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Fili

A class of learned Irish poet in pre-Christian and early Christian Ireland. Legally, a fili had simi
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fili

professional poet in ancient Ireland whose official duties were to know and preserve the tales and genealogies and to compose poems recalling the ... [4 related articles]
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