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Zuccaro

ZUCCARO, family of Italian painters, consisting of two brothers who dominated the Roman Mannerist style in th...

Zugspitze

ZUGSPITZE, mountain, S central Germany, part of the Wettersteingebirge Range of the Bavarian Alps. Situated n...

Zukerman, Pinchas

ZUKERMAN, Pinchas (1948- ), American violinist, violist, and conductor of international acclaim. Born in T...

Zulu

ZULU, African tribal people of Bantu stock. Numbering more than 6 million, they live mainly in KwaZulu Natal ...

Zululand

ZULULAND, region, E South Africa, in the province of KwaZulu Natal on the Indian Ocean, comprising the northe...

Zuni

ZUÑI, pueblo, McKinley Co., W New Mexico, on the Zuni R., in the Zuñi Indian Reservation. The economy of the ...

Zuni Indians

ZUÑI INDIANS, North American Indian tribe of the Southwest culture area, but ling...

Zunyi

ZUNYI, also Tsun-i or Tsunyi, city, S China, in N Guizhou Province, about 160 km (about 100 mi) N of Guiyang....

Zunz, Leopold

ZUNZ, Leopold (1794-1886), German scholar and leader in Jewish education. He was born in Detmold and educated...

Zurbaran, Francisco de

ZURBARÁN, Francisco de (1598-1664), Spanish painter of saints and churchmen. His use of sharply defined, ofte...

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