A clay krater with an inverted pyriform body, trumpet or ogee base, wide cylindrical neck with flaring horizontal rim, and two handles from rim to shoulder in fair condition with base broken and paint worn. It is decorated with brown paint, band around inside of base, wide band around outside of base, three narrow bands just above this, two wide bands at mid-section with four narrow bands between them, six sets of four concentric circles above this, another wide band with two sets of four concen
A clay lamp with round bowl, flat base, horizontal rim, single pinched spout and flaw on bottom, in very good condition.
A blown glass vial with a squat narrow pyriform body, flat concave base, very long narrow neck and folded rim in good condition. It is dirt encrusted and liquid is still held inside.
A molded clay lamp with a round body, long spout, vertical loop handle in very good condition except for a chipped handle. There is a central filling hole surrounded by floral pattern and a handle decorated with leaf-like pattern.
SFX à l'Université de Montréal
Communication faisant état de l'implantation de SFX à l'Université de Montréal, présentée dans le cadre de l'activité de formation « OpenURL : pourquoi et comment ? » du programme de formation continue de la Corporation des bibliothécaires professionnels du Québec, le 4 février 2005.
Reconstructing the Capitol
Bricks and mortar bear witness to a contest of aesthetics and evidence. Senior Architectural Historian Carl Lounsbury tells the story of the Capitol's reconstruction.
Geology: The Relationship between Science, Fate and Religion (Jay Gould)
In this 1996 Upon Reflection interview from the University of Washington, host Marcia Alvar is joined by the late evolutionary biologist Stephen Jay Gould, longtime professor of zoology and geography at Harvard University and later the American Museum of Natural History. As a writer of popular science literature, he muses on Hollywood’s misrepresentation of scientific oddities and his novel “Dinosaur in a Haystack.”
PTC 624: Professional and Technical Editing
This seminar introduces students to contemporary editing strategies. As information managers within organizations, twenty-first century editors must be able to demonstrate proficiency in a wide range of areas, from working with writers to improve the tone of a manuscript to providing warranted evidence in support of copyediting changes. Topics will allow students to encounter a wide range of experiences, from production-oriented aspects of project management to document-based forms of electronic
Health Assessment and Promotion
This course focuses on the complete health assessment, the nursing process, and its relationship to the prevention and early detection of disease in clients across the life span. This course introduces processes of health assessment: interviewing, history-taking, and physical assessment. Dominant models, theories and perspectives are used to explain health behavior are considered in relation to evidence-based health promotion and health education strategies. Students are also expected to identif
PLoS Medicine is an international, multidisciplinary medical journal that publishes outstanding human studies that substantially enhance the understanding of human health and disease. PLoS Medicine aims to promote translation of basic research into clinical investigation, and of clinical evidence into practice. PLoS Medicine encourages papers that cross disciplines.
Domuztepe is a large (20 hectares) site, dating to the Halaf period of the 6th millennium BC. It has extensive prehistoric architectural, burial, and occupational remains. The site also has evidence of Roman and Medieval occupation, including a cemetery dating to the 9th-10th centuries AD and an Early Medieval building with thick plaster mortar walls. Joint excavations led by Elizabeth Carter of the University of California, Los Angeles and Stuart Campbell of the University of Manchester have be
"City of Louisville" at Howard's Shipyard
The boat was built at the Howard Shipyards in 1894. The ship was 301 feet x 42.7 feet x 7 feet.
The Disappearance of the Maya
Discover why after 600 years of existence the Maya just ceases to be. Some evidence shows it might have been an invasion or possibly some sort of catastrophic event. Learn more at In Search of History. Run time 03:27.
Logiciels de construction de cartes de connaissances: Des outils pour apprendre
This article examines the possible uses of concept mapping software in a university or continuing education context. Concept mapping applications allow the student to graphically represent compiled information as a network of nodes and vectors. The article looks at several applications that may be used to make different kinds of maps, but mainly reviews teaching strategies that incorporate these tools as well as providing a number of planning pointers. It also summarizes the main advantages and
Technical Infrastructure: The WebReports site
The WebReports website allows children to create text-based and interactive content that is accessible on line and to comment on each others work, thereby being provided with opportunities to collaboratively build knowledge around a range of different learning domains. In this document we first summarise our key findings. We then provide an account of the evolution of the system during the three years of the project, giving the rationale for our major changes. Finally, we describe the function
9.10 Cognitive Neuroscience (MIT)
This course explores the cognitive and neural processes that support attention, vision, language, motor control, navigation, and memory. It introduces basic neuroanatomy, functional imaging techniques, and behavioral measures of cognition, and discusses methods by which inferences about the brain bases of cognition are made. We consider evidence from patients with neurological diseases (Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, Balint's syndrome, amnesia, and focal lesions
Camille Paglia on The Future of Education
Educator and author, Camille Paglia, discusses The Future of Education at the 2010 Globe and Mail Open House Festival in Toronto. The event moderator is broadcaster, Valerie Pringle.
021 Even further Orbital Angular Momentum - Eigenfunctions, Parity and Kinetic Energy
Twenty-first lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010
Bulletin of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Volume IX, Issue 4
CONTENTS: Calendar of Events, Cover Illustration Description, Schenke in Claremont, Seminars of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity: "Jews in Egypt Exhibit," "IAC Tour of Greece Planned," "Jews in Egypt: Ancient Roots of a Modern Community," "The Origins of Christmas: Ancient Traditions About the Birth of Jesus," "Understanding Paul," "The Glory That was Greece," "The City of David: Recent Excavations of Ancient Jerusalem," "The Royal Palace of EBLA," "Rome, The Eternal City," "Manuscri