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Appendix A is a concordance of datable sealed inscribed tablets and pendant dockets in catalog order.
3rd-8th century) and continuously thereafter through the Ghurid (12th-13th century) and Kart (13th-14th century) periods, what remains today is principally datable to the 15th-century reigns of Timur's descendants, (7) having been extensively conserved by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture during the last several years.
No datable remains were found, only slingstones, querns and stone pestles and mortars, which suggests that, unlike many hillforts in North Wales, this site was not reoccupied in the late Roman period.
After background and overview, they cover Chinese export porcelain and Western society, the Chinese porcelain industry of the 18th century, datable motifs on Chinese export wares of the 18th and 19th centuries, and the value of datable Chinese export ware.
All pages are up datable via a central self-managed, easy to use tool, which means you can do your own website updates at no extra cost.
The Israeli daily said that Assad informed Americans that 98 percent of the datable issues between Damascus and Tel Aviv have been settled during the different stages of negotiations between the two countries.
Allusions to works published.., external events, datable entertainments, fashionable clothes and decor all create a Louis-Philippean ambiance" (154).
My current project is to design a medieval aisled royal hunting lodge authentically styled and datable to 1180.
Comprising drawings, collages, wallpaper, paintings, and sculpture, the show commingled what some might consider datable and distinct concerns: the head-on affront to abuse played out on the bodies of women; a formal investigation of the organic boundary between abstraction and figuration (and the perversity this exercise yields); and, more recently, a forceful inquiry into racism and sexism as encoded within (and obfuscated by) public policy.
First, he alerts us to the difficulties that abound in assessing earliest Christianity in Egypt; the earliest "securely datable" Christian letters are in the third century: "before Clement [c.
The first datable reference to the people of Israel comes in the 13th century BCE, on an Egyptian stele erected by Pharaoh Merenptah to celebrate his military victories.
Chapter 1 is a brief introduction to the plays themselves and includes a list of the datable plays of Aristophanes, together with important political and military events.
Among the highlights is a double leaf from one of the earliest accurately datable Korans, endowed to a religious foundation in Tyre (Lebanon) by the Abbasid governor of Syria in AD 876.
Barbero provides a detailed codicological description of all sixty-nine extant manuscripts of the work, most of which are datable to the second and third quarter of the fifteenth century and locatable to the Veneto and Lombardy, where Barzizza lived and taught.