In order to discover the meaning of the term pinacoteca it is necessary that, in the first place, we proceed to make clear its etymological origin. Thus, we can say that it comes from the Greek, from the word "pinakotheke", which was made up of two parts: • "Pinakos", which was derived from "pinax" which was the term used to call a painting.
Taoism is a philosophy that emerged from Tao Te Ching (also known as Tao Te King or Dào Dé Jīng), a work that would have been written by Lao Tse in the sixth century BC. Its pillar is the Tao, a concept that is usually understood as the path or method and that refers to the essence of the universe.
Bag, from Bursa Latin, is a kind of sack of paper, plastic, cloth or other material, which is used to store or move things. It can usually be carried by hand or hung on one shoulder. For example: "Luis, bring me the bag with the winter clothes that I want to wear the gray jacket", "I'm going to help my mother who has just arrived from the market with the heavily loaded bags", "What do you carry in that red bag?
The etymology of the term vault is not clear. The Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) suggests that the concept could derive from volvĭta, a Latin word that in turn comes from volvĕre (verb that can be translated as “back”). In the field of architecture, an arched structure is called a vault that allows the coverage of the space between two supports.
From Latin compositio, composition is the action and effect of composing (putting several things together and placing them in order to form one; constitute something). A composition can be an artistic work (literary, musical, etc.) or scientific. For example: "The new composition of the Uruguayan singer demonstrates the influence of Bob Dylan in his creations", "The Guatemalan writer surprised attendees with a raw composition about the reality of his country", "A composition with various pieces of cloth gave form the winning cadre of the third municipal art contest ”.
Station, from the Latin statio, is the name given to each of the four parts into which a year is divided. The four seasons are summer, autumn, winter and spring. Each of them lasts three months, although the dates of its beginning and its completion will depend on the point of the Earth in which one is (northern hemisphere or southern hemisphere).