Fanum Sancti Augustini (Florida)

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Fanum Sancti Augustini
San Agustín
—  Urbs  —
Urbs Sancti Augustini
Summa, laeva ad dextram: Castellum Sancti Marci, Pharus Sancti Augustini, Collegium Flagleranum, Museum Lightneranum, signum prope Basilica Cathedralis Sancti Augustini, St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park, Vetus Comitatus Sancti Ioannis Carcer
Agnomina: Urbs Antiqua, Urbs Vetus
Collocatio in Comitatu Sancti Ioannis et Civitate Floridae
Coordinates: 29°53′45″N 81°18′42″W / 29.89583°N 81.31167°W / 29.89583; -81.31167[1]
Countrates
Civitas Florida
Comitatus Sancti Ioannis
Constituta Septembre 1565
Gubernatio
 - Genus Commission–Manager
 - Praefectus Iosephus L. Boles
Area[1]
 - Total 12.7 sq mi (32.9 km2)
 - Terrena 9.4 sq mi (24.3 km2)
 - Aquaria 3.3 sq mi (8.5 km2)
Elevation[2] 0 ft (0 m)
Multitudo (2011)[3]
 - Total 13 336
 - Densitas 1 376.2/sq mi (531.4/km2)
Regio temporis EST (UTC-5)
 - In aestate (DST) EDT (UTC-4)
ZIP code(s) 32080, 32084, 32085, 32086, 32095, 32082, 32092
Area telephonica 904
FIPS code 12-62500
GNIS feature ID 0308101[2]
Situs interretialis Formula:Url

Fanum Sancti Augustini est urbs in Florida boreorientali sita, locus et portus diutissime ab Europaeis in Civitatibus Foederatis continentalibus continenter occupatus.[4] Urbs, sedes comitatus Comitatus Sancti Ioannis, est pars regionis Primum Litus appellatae et Jacksonville regionis metropolitae. Apud censum 2010, numerus civium fuit 12 975.

Urbs, primum San Agustín Hispanice appellata, mense Septembre 1565 a Petro Menéndez de Avilés admirali Hispanico condita est, et deinde annos fere ducentos pro capite Floridae Hispanicae erat. Caput Floridae Orientalis cum territorium inter Hispaniam et Britanniam permutaretur, et caput Territorii Floridae donec administratio territorii Tallahassiam anno 1824 transferretur mansit. Post saeculum 19 exeuns, historicae loci proprietates urbem maius oblectamentum periegesis fecerunt. Urbs est praetorium Custodiae Nationalis Floridae.

Museum Lightneranum et Forum Urbanum.

Habitantes notabiles et salutatores annui[recensere | fontem recensere]

Pinacotheca[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Abbad y Lasierra, Iñigo. 1785. "Relación del descubrimiento, conquista y población de las provincias y costas de la Florida." Relación de La Florida. Ed Juan José Nieto Callén y José María Sánchez Molledo.
  • Colburn, David. 1985. Racial Change and Community Crisis: St. Augustine, Florida, 1877–1980. Novi Eboraci: Columbia University Press.
  • Deagan, Kathleen. 1995. Fort Mose: Colonial America's Black Fortress of Freedom, Gainesville: University Press of Florida.
  • Fairbanks, George Rainsford. 1881. History and Antiquities of St. Augustine, Florida. Jacksonville Floridae: H. Drew.
  • Gannon, Michael V. 1965. The Cross in the Sand: The Early Catholic Church in Florida 1513–1870. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida.
  • Goldstein, Holly Markovitz. 2012. St. Augustine's "Slave Market": A Visual History. Southern Spaces, 28 September.
  • Graham, Thomas. 1978. The Awakening of St. Augustine. Sancti Augustini: St. Augustine Historical Society.
  • Hanna, A. J. 1946. A Prince in Their Midst. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
  • Harvey, Karen. 1992. America's First City. Lake Buena Vista Floridae: Tailored Tours Publications.
  • Harvey, Karen. 2010. St. Augustine Enters the Twenty-first Century. Virginia Beach Virginiae: The Donning Company.
  • Landers, Jane. 1999. Black Society in Spanish Florida. Urbanae et Sicagi: University of Illinois Press.
  • Lardner, Ring. 1925. Gullible's Travels. Novi Eboraci: Scribner's.
  • Lyon, Eugene, The Enterprise of Florida, (1976), Gainesville: University Press of Florida.
  • Manucy, Albert. 1983. Menendez. Sancti Augustini: St. Augustine Historical Society.
  • McCarthy, Kevin, ed. 1992. The Book Lover's Guide to Florida. Sarasotae Floridae: Pineapple Press.
  • Nolan, David. 1984. Fifty Feet in Paradise: The Booming of Florida. Novi Eboraci: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
  • Nolan, David. 1995. The Houses of St. Augustine. Sarasotae Floridae: Pineapple Press.
  • Porter, Kenneth W. 1996. The Black Seminoles: History of a Freedom-Seeking People. Gainesville: University Press of Florida.
  • Reynolds, Charles Bingham. 1893. Old Saint Augustine: A Story of Three Centuries. Sancti Augustini: E. H. Reynolds.
  • Torchia, Robert W. 2001. Lost Colony: The Artists of St. Augustine, 1930–1950. Sancti Augustini: The Lightner Museum.
  • Turner, Glennette Tilley. 2010. Fort Mose. Novi Eboraci: Abrams Books.
  • United States Commission on Civil Rights. 1965. Law Enforcement: A Report on Equal Protection in the South. Vasingtoniae: Government Printing Office.
  • Warren, Dan R. 2008. If It Takes All Summer: Martin Luther King, the KKK, and States' Rights in St. Augustine, 1964. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.
  • Waterbury, Jean Parker, ed. 1983. The Oldest City. Sancti Augustini: St. Augustine Historical Society.

Imagines[recensere | fontem recensere]

Commons-logo.svg Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Sanctum Augustinum Floridae spectant.
  • Trames Libertatis, www.accordfreedomtrail.org (de motu iurum civilium Sancti Augustini et Tramite Libertate, qui eius situs notat)
  • Imagines Sancti Augustini, www.staugustinepics.com (picturae quotidie factae)
  • Congeries Twine, ibistro.dos.state.fl.us (plus quam centum imagines Lincolnville communis Sancti Augustini inter 1922 et 1927; State Library & Archives of Florida

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Administratio

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Educatio

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