فيلا, دارة, قصر أنيق
Noun(1) Mexican revolutionary leader (1877-1923(2) detached or semidetached suburban house(3) country house in ancient Rome consisting of residential quarters and farm buildings around a courtyard(4) pretentious and luxurious country residence with extensive grounds
(1) The villa and its grounds had attracted no other wayfarers; the ruined stables would be comfortable enough.(2) While Ursula travels from the train station to their villa , Lamberto - a local young stud - steals a ride in her car.(3) There are 84 volunteers, aged between 21 and 80, who work shifts at the branch housed in a Victorian villa off Manningham Lane.(4) No other burials were found, and the surrounding network of small rectangular enclosures of Roman date suggests the site lay on a villa estate.(5) He therefore influenced all succeeding generations of archaeologists whose interests centred on the Roman period, especially the Roman villa .(6) In 1961 a trial excavation took place and what was essentially a complete Roman villa was found.(7) After that I worked on a Roman villa , a Mesolithic settlement, a Medieval settlement and within a Saxon Abbey precinct - all by the age of 17!(8) The villa consisted of extensive grounds, a manor house and outbuildings.(9) Known as ├ö├ç├┐Holme Mead├ö├ç├û it comprised an Edwardian villa with stables and several outbuildings.(10) Blair flew off to a luxury villa at the New Tower hotel complex overlooking the Red Sea.(11) The two men were found in a luxurious villa on the west bank of the River Euphrates where a deadly AK47 pistol was also discovered.(12) Near the grounds of their summer villa at Ramon was a small village called Olgino.(13) There is a chance to donate to the Silver Jubilee appeal by going to a talk at the school about the excavations which unearthed the Roman villa in the school grounds.(14) In Dorset, archaeologists are appealing for funds to record a Roman villa with mosaics, close to the site of the unique Hinton St Mary Christian mosaic.(15) In written Roman sources a villa is usually the seaside or country estate of a wealthy member of the urban elite.(16) More than a dozen previously unknown Iron Age or Romano-British settlements and three possible Roman villa estates were found.
(1) villa :: فيلا
1. villa ::
2. garden house ::
Different Formsvilla, villas
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