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Himalaia

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Latus septentrionale montis Everestii, altissimi montis Telluris.
Despectus ex satellite.

Himalaia[1][2] (Hindi हिमालय Himālaya, a verbo Sanscrito hima 'nix' et ālaya 'habitatio') vel Emodus[3] (-i, m) est iugum montium in orbe terrarum altissimorum plerumque inter Indiam et Sinas situm.

In Himalaia plures numerantur montes qui plus 8000 metrorum alti sunt. In nulla alia orbis terrarum regione montes talis altitudinis inveniri possunt. Altissimus omnium montium Himalaiae mons Everestius appellatur.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Tuomo Pekkanen & Reijo Pitkäranta, Lexicon hodiernae Latinitatis Finno-Latino-Finnicum. Societas Litterarum Finnicarum, 2006; Caecilia Koch, De continentibus ad septentriones moventibus. Ephemeris 2007.
  2. "Himalaiia" metri gratia in versu "Indica me genuit spissis Himalaiia silvis": R. L. Cust (vide Disputatio:Lingua Paniabica)
  3. Ebbe Vilborg, Norstedts svensk-latinska ordbok, editio secunda, 2009.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Aitken, Bill, Footloose in the Himalaya, Delhi, Permanent Black, 2003. ISBN 81-7824-052-1
  • Berreman, Gerald Duane. 1997. Hindus of the Himalayas: Ethnography and Change, 2nd rev. ed., Delhi, Oxford University Press.
  • Bisht, Ramesh Chandra, Encyclopedia of the Himalayas, New Delhi, Mittal Publications, c2008.
  • Everest, the IMAX movie 1998. ISBN 0-7888-1493-1.
  • Fisher, James F.. 1990. Sherpas: Reflections on Change in Himalayan Nepal, 1990. Berkeley, University of California Press. ISBN 0-520-06941-2.
  • Gansser, Augusto, Andreas Gruschke, et Blanche C. Olschak. 1987. Himalayas. Growing Mountains, Living Myths, Migrating Peoples, Novi Eboraci, Oxoniae: Facts On File. ISBN 0-8160-1994-0 et Novi Dellii: Bookwise, 1987.
  • Gupta, Raj Kumar. 1981. Bibliography of the Himalayas. Gurgaon: Indian Documentation Service.
  • Hunt, John, Ascent of Everest, London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1956. ISBN 0-89886-361-9.
  • Isserman, Maurice and Weaver, Stewart, Fallen Giants: The History of Himalayan Mountaineering from the Age of Empire to the Age of Extremes. Yale University Press, 2008. ISBN 978-0-300-11501-7.
  • Ives, Jack D., et Messerli, Bruno. 1989. The Himalayan Dilemma: Reconciling Development and Conservation. Londinii / Novi Eboraci: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-01157-4.
  • Lall, J. S., cum A. D. Moddie, eds. 1981. The Himalaya, Aspects of Change. Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1981. ISBN 0-19-561254-X.
  • Nandy, S. N., Dhyani, P. P. and Samal, P. K. 2006. Resource Information Database of the Indian Himalaya, Almora, GBPIHED.
  • Palin, Michael, Himalaya, London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson Illustrated, 2004. ISBN 0-297-84371-0.
  • Sundaranand, Swami. 2001. Himalaya: Through the Lens of a Sadhu. Tapovan Kuti Prakashan. ISBN 81-901326-0-1.
  • Swami Tapovan Maharaj, Wanderings in the Himalayas, English Edition, Madras, Chinmaya Publication Trust, 1960. Conversus T. N. Kesava Pillai.
  • Tilman, H. W. 1948. Mount Everest, 1938. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press.
  • "The Mighty Himalaya: A Fragile Heritage." 1988. National Geographic 174: 624-31.

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