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La Vie M Connue Des Temples M Sopotamiens

Author : Dominique Charpin
ISBN : 2251446710
Genre : History
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Le premier volume de la collection ± Docet omnia?, en coédition avec le Collège de France, représente une étude documentée du rôle joué par les temples mésopotamiens dans la vie quotidienne des cités antiques.0La Mésopotamie antique fait l?objet de passionnantes découvertes depuis le XIXe siècle. Berceau de notre civilisation, elle a vu naître l?écriture vers la fin du IVe millénaire av. J.-C. Les centaines de milliers de textes qui nous sont parvenus de ces époques lointaines, alliés aux témoignages archéologiques, nous font connaître un monde enchanté où tout, à divers degrés, est sacré. Chaque activité humaine implique l?intervention d?un dieu
Category: History

Empirische Dimension Altorientalischer Forschungen

Author : Gebhard J. Selz
ISBN : 9783643500359
Genre : History
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This volume's 23 contributions from senior and younger researchers working with the Ancient Near Eastern heritage are based on the hypothesis of a general empiric attitude of Ancient Mesopotamian scholarship. The articles try to elucidate these underlying principles, making use of various sorts of modern theories and methods. The book covers a broader range of topics: astronomy, politics, agriculture and irrigation, linguistics, architecture, medicine and others.
Category: History

The Invention Of God

Author : Thomas Römer
ISBN : 9780674504974
Genre : History
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Who invented God? When, why, and where? Thomas Römer seeks to answer these enigmatic questions about the deity of the great monotheisms—Yhwh, God, or Allah—by tracing Israelite beliefs and their context from the Bronze Age to the end of the Old Testament period in the third century BCE, in a masterpiece of detective work and exposition.
Category: History

Dada In Paris

Author : Michel Sanouillet
ISBN : 026251821X
Genre : Art
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The long-awaited publication in English of the definitive book on Paris Dada.
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Seeing God In The Dark

Author : J. I. Packer
ISBN : 1619701375
Genre : Religion
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Originally published under the title: Serving the people of God: Carlisle [Eng.]: Paternoster Press, 1998.
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The History Of The Jews In The Latin Kingdom Of Jerusalem

Author : Joshua Prawer
ISBN : UOM:39015013315919
Genre : History
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From the Crusader conquest, massacres, and destruction in 1099, to the fall of the Latin Kingdom in 1291, Prawer vividly describes the Jewish community in Palestine: their internal organization, relation to Crusader institutions and conquerors, and attitudes toward neighboring Muslim rulers.
Category: History

Acropolis Museum

Author : Christina Vlassopoulou
ISBN : 6185120011
Genre : Art, Greek
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The Informatics Of Time And Events

Author : Gérard Berry
ISBN : 9782722604292
Genre : Science
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The management of time and events is central to various domains of informatics, from embedded circuits and software programs in all sorts of objects to musical creation, or the simulation of physical phenomena. Yet this subject receives little attention in classical informatics. This lecture presents different types of time and event modelling associated with new programming languages. It discusses the notions of density of the moment and of hierarchical and multiform times created by the repetition of events, and the real time/continuous time relationship.
Category: Science

Chemistry Of Materials And Energy Examples And Future Of A Millennial Science

Author : Jean-Marie Tarascon
ISBN : 9782722604612
Genre : Science
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Since Antiquity, humans have used processes to transform the materials of their environment to suit their needs. Solid-state chemistry, initially a series of recipes, became a real science of matter and its transformations following nineteenth-century scientific discoveries. It is now used to develop efficient and eco-compatible materials to transport or store energy. Solid-state chemistry thus plays a crucial role in finding the answers that science will have to bring to humanity’s new concerns, particularly surrounding environmental issues.
Category: Science