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Stadium Wembaleae (1923)

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Turres Gemelli Stadii Wembaleani.

Stadium Wembaleae[1][2] primitivum, Stadium Exhibitionis Imperii Britannici[3] et vulgo Stadium Imperiale[4] primum appellatum, fuit stadium Wembaleae in vico Londiniensi situm, quod ludis pediludii magni momenti innotuit. In eodem loco ab eius successore nunc occupato stabat.[5] Architecti erant Ioannes Gulielmus Simpson eques et Maxwell Ayrton, cum Owen Williams equite (maximo ingeniario). Stadium solo aequatum est annis 2002 et 2003, ut novum stadium ibi exstrueretur.

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  1. Haec appellatio a Vicipaediano e lingua indigena in sermonem Latinum conversa est. Extra Vicipaediam huius locutionis testificatio vix inveniri potest.
  2. De nomine oppidi Wembaleae vide: Isaac Taylor in Notes and Queries, 30 Iulii 1898: "From [lea] [in Domesday] we have -ley. Berkeley, Gloucestershire, is the A.-S. Beorc-lea; Wembley, Middlesex, is from Wembalea" (p. 85). John Moss, A History of English Placenames and Where They Came From (Philadelphiae Yorkshire: Pen & Sword Books, 2020): "In 825, the place had already been called Wembalea" (p. 260).
  3. Staff (17 Iunii 1924). "Asks Premier to Stop Rodeo Steer Roping; British Society Appeals 'in Name of Humanity' Against Contest of American Cowboys". The New York Times .
  4. Anglice Empire Stadium.
  5. Campbell, Denis (13 Iunii 1999). "Foster topples the Wembley towers". The Guardian .
    "Wembley loses twin towers". BBC News. 29 Iulii 1999 .
    "The road to Wembley". The Daily Telegraph. 25 Septembris 2002 

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Despectus ex aere in Stadium Wembaleanum, anno 1991.
Capsa regia anno 1986. Tropaea athletica hic donabantur.
Billy equus albus, qui 1923 FA Cup Final servavit.
Turba ad margines campi convenit.
Anglia versus Scotiam anno 1981 certat.
  • Barclay, Patrick, et Kenneth Powello. 2007. Wembley Stadium: venue of legends. Monaci et Novi Eboraci: Prestel. ISBN 9783791337739.
  • Bass, Howard. 1982. Glorious Wembley: the official history of Britain's foremost entertainment centre. Enfield Middelsexiae: Guinness Superlatives. ISBN 085112237X.
  • Gee, Harry. 1972. Wembley: fifty great years. Londinii: Pelham. ISBN 0720705932.
  • Jackson, Ashley. 2013. Buildings of empire. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199589388, ISBN 0199589380.
  • Jackson, Laura. 2002. Queen: The Definitive Biography. Londinii: Piatkus.
  • Jacobs, N., et P. Lipscombe. 2005. Wembley Speedway: The Pre-War Years. Stroud: Tempus Publishing. ISBN 0-7524-3750-X.
  • Low, A. M. 1953. Wonderful Wembley. Praefatio Arthur J. Elvin Eques. Londinii et Novi Eboraci: S. Paul.

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