provenience


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where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence

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There are a few artifacts, however, that have in Delgado's hand writing their stratigraphical provenience. In all cases, those artifacts are coming from levels 8 and 9, respectively, with the symbols "8[grados] N." and "9[grados] N.", where the "N." likely corresponds to niveau.
Additionally, the very nature of the cantata itself presents many problems especially regarding oldest documents from the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries which are found mainly in manuscript copies without any indications of dating and/or provenience. Generally, poetic texts are anonymous or have multiple or contrasting attributions and, moreover, may include different ranges for voices and instruments.
Clearly the blending of two different styles, the Neoclassical and Realist-Romantic, is significant and may not only reflect Tissot's training, but the work's provenience (France, c.
Nevertheless, it should be noted that items of AAE provenience are incorporated not only by "hip-hop heads", but also people being into totally different genre of music.
This question forms the subject of Part Two, "The Time and Place of Provenance." In "From Place to Place: Provenience, Provenance, and Archaeology," Rosemary A.
(251) Provenience for 85 per cent of these objects was unknown, but the Getty relied upon its own catalogue from a loaned exhibition to manufacture provenance.
In any event, Oceanists have long been familiar with the foreign provenience of ruling chiefs, since not only Hocart on Fiji, but also the classic ethnographies of Firth on Tikopia and Malinowski on the Trobriands that had to do with just such dual polities of arriviste paramounts and autochthonous subjects.
lupi were identical according their geographic provenience (i.e., 2 in Greece, 1 in Turkey, 2 in Hungary, 9 in Portugal, and 7 in the United States) and had a high nucleotide similarity (mean 99.2%, range 99.6%-100%), except for those from Portugal, which differed considerably from the others (mean 98.2%, range 97.9%-98.2%).
It is likely that Anderson also took this image, although its provenience data at the National Anthropolgical Archives states "photographer unknown."
The goal of the research instead should be to look at the provenience of any suspected prosperity, to see the person, as well as the pot.
Nppf: N na planta provenience do fertilizante ou Nspf: N no solo proveniente do fertilizante.