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John Williams and wife has 5 children 3 boys two girls the girls are the younger his wife Lewis married & Katherine ^ has three boys verry promising children his wifeEverett & his wife has two girl & boy the youngest Morrie Williams & Mary Ann has no children yet Everett my son Received a letter from Joseph A Pearson some time i
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Making Japanese
This book emphasizes a succession of topics rather than strict adherence to the flow of time. In a general way, the chapters move from earlier periods of time to later periods of time, but their content and organization gives top priority to coverage of topics. While the "mainstream" narrative of politics and institutions is present in these pages, the emphasis is on social and cultural history wherever possible.
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A Debate about the Definition of 'Britishness'
As the composition of British society transforms with immigration and transnational identities, ideas about the notion of 'Britishness' are changing too. In the interest of a cohesive citizenry, must the UK return to 'core British values'? Or should Britain's identity change with its population? Should a British identity even exist? Sir Bernard Crick is emeritus professor of Birkbeck College and author of Life in the United Kingdom: A Journey to Citizenship, the basis for the UK citizenship exam
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Evaluating cardiac gene expression in maternal phenylketonuria offspring
Maternal phenylketonuria (MPKU) is a teratogenic syndrome, caused by development of offspring in a uterine environment made toxic by the metabolic imbalance of PKU. The birth defects resulting from untreated MPKU include microcephaly with concomitant mental retardation, growth retardation, and congenital heart defects. Congenital heart defects have been identified and characterized in MPKU offspring, using the BTBR-PAHenu2 mouse MPKU model. Subsequently, this mouse model was used to start invest
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Title: obelisk dedicated to Amenemhat
VADS Collection: Artworld: Sainsbury Centre

Description: Limestone obelisk dedicated to Amenemhat, Overseer of the Antechamber of the Store of Fruits. There are inscriptions on all four sides of the obelisk, quite roughly carved into the limestone.
On the front of the obelisk is the figure of a man facing to the right, wearing a long kilt and wesekh collar. Below the figure are 14 rows of hieroglyphs.
On the left side of the obelisk is the figure of a man facing to the left, wearing a long kilt and wesekh collar. Below the f

Author(s): Artist: Amenemhat, Overseer Of The Antecha

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Title: Taweret amulet
VADS Collection: Artworld: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

Description: Amulet of the goddess Taweret standing on a rectangular base with her arms at her sides and left foot advanced. Taweret is depicted as a female hippopotamus with the tail of a crocodile, the arms and legs of a lion and the breasts of a woman. The amulet is damaged on the right arm and head. There is evidence to suggest that there was originally a crown attached on top of the head. There are traces of a blue-green glaze on the nemes headdress.

Author(s): Artist: Taweret, Hippopotamus-Goddess, Pro

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Title: amulet depicting three gods
VADS Collection: Artworld: Sainsbury Centre fo

Description: Amulet depicting the triad of Isis, Osiris and Horus, cast in copper alloy. Osiris stands between Isis and Horus and is depicted as a mummiform man wearing a wesekh collar, false beard and atef-crown with uraeus and holding the crook and flail across his chest. To his right stands his sister-wife, Isis, wearing the cow-horn crown with sun disc, tripartite wig and long dress. To his right stands his son, Horus, depicted as a falcon-headed man wearing the double crown, tripart
Author(s): Artist: Isis, Goddess

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Title: statuette of servant girl, carrying an unguent jar
VADS Collection: Artwor

Description: Cosmetic container in the form of a finely carved boxwood statuette of a naked servant girl walking and carrying a large jar on her left hip. The statuette stands on a rectangular wooden pedestal. Her head is shaved except for one lock of hair painted on the right side of the head. The right ear is missing and there is a small circular hole on both sides of the head. There is an ivory mushroom-shaped stud in the left ear lobe. The face is finely carved and painted using blac
Author(s): Artist: Bes, Dwarf-God

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Title: pressure-flaked flint knife blade
VADS Collection: Artworld: Sainsbury Cen

Description: Light brown pressure-flaked flint knife blade. One face of the knife blade is heavily worked and the underside is completely smooth except for being worked only along the edge to form a sharp, finely denticulated convex knife edge.

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Title: mummy label inscribed on one side
VADS Collection: Artworld: Sainsbury Cen

Description: Wooden mummy label with two holes to attach the label to the mummy after the embalming process for identification during transportation and in the afterlife. An inscription is incised and written in black ink on one side. The reverse of the label is blank.

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Title: fish-shaped palette
VADS Collection: Artworld: Sainsbury Centre for Visual

Description: Cosmetic palette in the shape of a fish, used for grinding eyepaint. One side of the palette is decorated with incised lines representing the features of a fish. The other side of the palette is undecorated but a number of horizontal scratch marks can be seen across a slightly concave area.

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Title: red faience penannular earring
VADS Collection: Artworld: Sainsbury Centre

Description: Red faience penannular earring with very simple decoration resembling the rope-braid of metal earrings of the New Kingdom.
Description Source: Andrews, C. 1990. Ancient Egyptian Jewellery. London: British Museum Publications, p. 116, 117

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Title: red jasper penannular earring with loops
VADS Collection: Artworld: Sainsb

Description: Penannular earring carved from red jasper, with two small loops from which pendants may have been suspended.
Description Source: Andrews, C. 1990. Ancient Egyptian Jewellery. London: British Museum Publications, p. 116, 117

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Title: fragment of stamped terracotta brick
VADS Collection: Artworld: Sainsbury

Description: Mud brick with a stamped hieroglyphic inscription on the front and top, bearing the name of the Scribe and Overseer of the House of Amun, Djehuti.

Author(s): Artist: Djehuti, Scribe And Overseer Of Th

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Title: statuette of naked female on bed
VADS Collection: Artworld: Sainsbury Cent

Description: Terracotta statuette of a naked woman lying on a bed, moulded in high relief. The woman lies on her back, with her right arm resting on her chest and her left arm under a small child lying at her side. The bed has four legs and was decorated with stripes of red paint on blue. There are also traces of red and blue paint on the bodies of both mother and child.
Description Source: Birch, S. 1880. Catalogue of the Collection of Egyptian Antiquities at Alnwick Castle,

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Title: cippus amulet of Horus-the-child
VADS Collection: Artworld: Sainsbury Cent

Description: Cippus amulet of Horus-the-child with the sidelock of youth, standing naked on two crocodiles, holding snakes in both hands and with other harmful creatures by his sides. Above his head is the head of the dwarf-god Bes and he is flanked by two gods (one of which is probably Re-Harakhty). The amulet bears spells for protection against bites and stings from creatures such as the crocodiles, scorpions and snakes depicted; on the front of the amulet are two rows of hieroglyphs f
Author(s): Artist: Harpocrates, Horus-The-Child
Be

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Title: cippus amulet of Bes
VADS Collection: Artworld: Sainsbury Centre for Visua

Description: Pale green faience cippus amulet of Horus with the face of Bes. He is depicted as a naked male, standing full frontal, with one pair of arms outstretched with the wings of a falcon below. He holds papyrus stems in both hands. The other pair of arms are at the sides of his body. In the left hand he holds a was sceptre and in the right hand he holds the sa, the symbol meaning 'protection'. He stands on a snake that encircles a group of harmful animals including a crocodile, sc
Author(s): Artist: Bes, Dwarf-God
Horus, Falcon-Go

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Title: funerary stela of Ibi
VADS Collection: Artworld: Sainsbury Centre for Visu

Description: Round-topped funerary stela, made for Ibi by his brother Ibi, the elder of the portal.
There is a lunette with two udjat-eyes above two water ripples with a shen-symbol between. Inscribed in five rows of hieroglyphs facing to the right is a hotep-di-nesw offering formula for the retainer Ibi, son of Iret. Below the text is a representation of the deceased seated before an offering table, sniffing a lotus.
The stela is precisely incised and the back is smoothed.
D

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Title: funerary mask
VADS Collection: Artworld: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts<

Description: Cartonnage funerary mask, designed to cover the head and shoulders of a mummified body.
The deceased is depicted wearing a tripartite wig and broad collar, gilded and painted in red, blue and black. The face appears to be of smaller proportions to the rest of the mask and is covered in gold foil. The eyes and eyebrows are painted in black and white paint.
There is evidence of a repair and a small section is missing on the lower front of the mask. A larger section at th

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