lazaret


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Synonyms for lazaret

hospital for persons with infectious diseases (especially leprosy)

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He may be able to teach us more about the evolution of his successor, the Neanderthal man," Riviera Times quoted Paleontologist Marie-Antoinette de Lumley, who has been in charge of excavation at Lazaret since 1961, as saying.
Ross and Coghill excavated the Lazaret Midden on Peel Island and found abundant fish bone at all levels, basally dated to 1600 years.
Grunewald's Crucifixion at Colmar, a shudder in paint, came from the lazaret at Eisenheim for the plague-ridden, the leprous and the syphilitic, set up by compassionate Antonine monks.
The example of Couche 5 from Lazaret, attributed by De Lumley to the Late Acheulean, i.
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Peel was established as a lazaret in 1907 (remaining open until 1959), and prior to this many of the Moreton Bay islands had also been annexed to house 'others' who did not fit governmental ideals of a healthy, well-controlled society.
We have previously reported (Ross et al 1999) that fish bone in the Lazaret Midden represents almost 60,000 NISPs (number of individual specimens) weighing almost 250 g, from just one 50 x 50 cm pit.
Part of a Night Heron, Nycticorax nycticorax, mandible may have been found in Middle Palaeolithic levels at Lazaret, Nice (Mourer-Chauvire 1975).
In 1906 the Queensland government gazetted the northwestern portion of the island as a lazaret for the treatment of sufferers of Hansen's disease (leprosy).
From the 'Mauer' time period onwards we have Middle Pleistocene human remains all over Europe: Arago, Atapuerca, Biache-Saint-Vaast, Bilzingsleben, Cava Pompi, Castel di Guido, La Chaise, Ehringsdorf, Fontana Ranuccio, Fontechevade, Grotte du Prince, Lazaret, Mauer, Montmaurin, Orgnac III, Petralona, Pontnewydd, Steinheim, Swanscombe, Venose, Vergranne, Vertesszollos and Visogliano, to mention them in alphabetical order (cf.
Lorsque les premiers lazarets ont ouvert en 1907, ils ont tres vite ete percus comme des camps de la mort sur lesquels il convenait d'inscrire : << abandon all hope, ye who enter here.
117] and so provided a justification for segregation and, in the case of those identified as lepers, confinement at lazarets, leper colonies, or banishment to off-shore islands.
The peace this book will describe," Cohen explains eloquently in her introduction, "was forged not in back rooms and ministerial chambers but in arenas of broad public participation, in soup kitchens and makeshift local pension offices, homes for orphaned children and villas turned lazarets.
la this consultation concerns the manufacture, installation of signs and signage in the following locations: Arthoteque Museum Leon Dierx, Garden of the state, the Natural History Museum, County Library, Lazarets the Great Boat, Historical Museum Villele Conservatory Mascarin Salt Museum.