Marcas & patentes: newsletter from LondonEm 02 de October de 2013
Marcas & patentes: newsletter from London
Assuntos: patentes, gerenciamento mundial da Propriedade Intelectual, trade marks dos EUA etc.
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"O MAGO MERLIN ERA UM DRUIDA,
COLEGA, PORTANTO, DO SÁBIO CELTA PANORAMIX"
GEOFFREY OF MONMOUTH:
A HISTÓRIA DOS REIS BRITÂNICOS
"General Magnus Clemens Maximus era um celta" [General Magnus Clemens Maximus was a Celt]
DEBAIXO DOS CARACÓIS,
RPM E CAETANO VELOSO: LONDON, LONDON,
O LEÃO DA METRO, UM CINEGRAFISTA, UM SONOPLASTA E,
FORA DO QUADRO FOTOGRÁFICO (ATRÁS), UM DIRETOR,
UM FOTÓGRAFO, TALVEZ OUTRO CINEGRAFISTA, UM
TREINADOR DE ANIMAIS BRAVIOS, CORAJOSOS
CURIOSOS DO ESTÚDIO E, PROVAVELMENTE, UM
ATIRADOR PROFISSIONAL - *rs* - [se é que o famosíssimo
leão não estava completamente dopado, nesse momento
Carta ao Papai Noel:
CARO SR. NOEL:
O SENHOR PODE ME ARRUMAR, NESTE 2013,
ANTES DO NATAL:
1) UMA PASSAGEM PARA WASHINGTON, DC
COM A FINALIDADE DE, EM 24, 25 E 26 DE OUTUBRO
PRÓXIMO, ESTAR PRESENTE NO EVENTO DE MARCAS
& PATENTES, DA MUNDIALMENTE RELEVANTE AIPLA
(AMERICAN I. P. LAW ASSOCIATION):
2) UMA XÍCARA DA COLOMBO (é mais fácil de
conseguir do que uma com a marca registrada
da Metro); E...
3) VER UMA VEZ - só contemplar a beldade,
com respeito e admiração profissionais, pessoalmente,
ainda que de longe [DE BINÓCULOS] por alguns segundos -
A APRESENTADORA LINDA QUE FALA DO TEMPO
(metereologia) - DO CANAL TELEVISIVO =
Record (não NEWS))) (jornal dirigido por Heródoto Barbeiro, temperatura) === Record News: apresentadora ===
==em edição=== Patrícia Costa ===
E QUE JÁ FOI PROMOVIDA, POR MERECIMENTO,
BELEZA ESTONTEANTE E TALENTO JORNALÍSTICO,
A ÂNCORA DO TELEJORNAL?
perfeitamente ciente de que pedir um tapete do
Rei Arthur, dos cavaleiros da Távola Redonda - e
da busca incessante do Cálice Sagrado - seria
FAMOSA MARCA REGISTRADA, DOS EUA (CALIFÓRNIA),
APOSTA EM INDUSTRIAL-CINEMATOGRÁFICA
NO CENTRO DO RIO:
À DIREITA: O SENTIDO HERÁLDICO NA
MARCÁRIA DA CONFEITARIA COLOMBO
The main source of information about King Arthur was written by a Welsh cleric called Geoffrey of Monmouth. In 1136 Geoffrey of Monmouth wrote a book called Historia Regum Britanniae - the History of the King's of Britain. Further credence was given to the stories about King Arthur by the 'Black Book of Caernarvon' (Welsh: Llyfr du Caerfyrddin). This book was written, in Welsh, in 1250 and contained stories and poems relating to the heroes of Britain in the Dark Ages including those connected with the legend of Arthur and Merlin. The Historia Brittonum by Nennius, the Annales Cambriae, the Chronicon Anglicanum and the Welsh Mabinogion also make references to the myths and legends of King Arthur. The later Kings of England turned these myths and legends to their advantage and Fiction was turned into Fact for political purposes!
The Historia Regum Britanniae - the History of the King's of Britain detailed the old Kings and history dating from the Roman era and climaxing with the reign of King Arthur. The story of King Arthur was based on a prophecy - it was foretold that Arthur would become the 'one, true King' of the Britons. King Arthur was believed to have united all the people of Britannia under his leadership. The elements of the story included Magic, Prophecy, Druids, Merlin, Gallant Knights, Fair ladies, the Age of Chivalry and even the search for the Holy Grail. And this story had been written in the book by Geoffrey of Monmouth, the Historia Regum Britanniae - the History of the King's of Britain. The information detailed in the book was believed to have been an accurate record - Fact not Fiction!
The story of King Arthur was documented by Geoffrey of Monmouth. The story of the mythical King Arthur could, however, have been based on some factual elements. One candidate was Magnus Maximus, Prince Macsen, the Macsen Wledig of Welsh legend who was one of the greatest figures in Britain towards the end of the Roman Empire. General Magnus Clemens Maximus was a Celt. He was the uncle of the Welsh King, Coel Godhebog "the Magnificent" (Old King Cole of the Nursery Rhyme) by marriage. Coel Godhebog's daughter married Emperor Constantius Chlorus. The capital of the Roman Empire transferred from Rome to Constantinople in 330AD. We now have a connection between the Imperial Roman Emperors, the great city of Constantine and the Welsh Royal family. The base of Magnus Maximus, the Macsen Wledig of Welsh legend was Carmarthen see Caernarvon Castle and Welsh Mythology for more details .
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