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CORSICA The gammadia L, the cornerstone, appears for the first time with its christological meaning in the catacomb of the Via Dino Compagni in Rome on a person’s pallium 4th c.. In his left hand, this person holds a scroll resting on his hip and with his right the hem of his pallium on which is portrayed the L. At times it is represented with a double L, as on the pallium of St. Stephen 6th c. and the small basilica called the “basilica of the Traditio clavium,” and the cemetery of Commodilla at Rome. At Naples, in the only painted arcosolium in the cemetery of St. Severo, a person shows on the hem of the pallium the same gammadia flipped in the opposite direction, L, a perspectivism of sorts. The use of the L as cornerstone became very widespread. One finds it at Ravenna in the side chapel of the mausoleum of Galla Placidia 5th c.. In the procession of the martyrs of S. Apollinare Nuovo, it appears in a pair LL on the pallium of St. Hippolytus 6th c.. At Milan, in the small chapel of St. Aquilino, on the mosaic of the apse on the righthand side, the young Christ seated on a throne in the middle of the apostolic college, displays the L on the hip of his pallium 5th c.. In the apse of Parentium one can see the Madonna with child and the two angels with L’s.

History for Moscow Map
After losing the printing contract for William Brooker’s Boston Gazette, Benjamin Franklin’s brother, James, begins publishing The New England Courant, the third regularly produced newspaper established in the Country colonies. Unlike the stiff and torpid reporting that characterizes the Boston NewsLetter and the Boston Gazette, the New England Courant is designed to entertain, amuse, and stimulate readers. Moscow Map Benjamin Franklin, writing under the pseudonym of Silence Dogwood, frequently contributes satirical essays to the Courant, and he will briefly assume the paper’s editorship, when his brother is jailed on contempt charges in 1722.

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