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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

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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Religion Literature And Scholarship

Author : Niek Veldhuis
ISBN : 9789004139503
Genre : Nature
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This book uses insights from religious studies, literary theory, and the history of science for understanding the Sumerian composition "Nanse and the Birds" in the context of the Old Babylonian scribal school. The discussions of Babylonian religion, literature, and scholarship focus on the usefulness and relevance of these modern concepts for categorizing the ancient text. The volume presents the first critical edition of "Nanse and the Birds," as well as editions of the hymn Nanse B and all third millennium and Old Babylonian lexical lists of birds. It includes 37 plates with photographs and line drawings, including many previously unpublished tablets. The final chapter discusses the identity and orthography of all Sumerian bird names in literary, administrative and lexical texts.
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The Kasidah Of Haji Abdu El Yesdi

Author : Haji Abdu El-Yezdi
ISBN : 9781455407798
Genre : Poetry
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According to Wikipedia: The Kasidah of Haji Abdu El-Yezdi is a long poem written by Haji Abdu El-Yezdi, who is widely considered an invention by the true author, Sir Richard Francis Burton. In a note to the reader, Burton claims to be the translator of the poem, to which he gives the English title Lay of the Higher Law. In notes following the poem, Burton claims to have received the manuscript from his friend Haji Abdu, a native of Darabghird in the Yezd Province of Persia. Describing Haji Abdu, Burton writes that he spoke an array of languages and notes that his memory was well-stored; and he had every talent save that of using his talents. The Sufi writer Idries Shah, in his book The Sufis, states that The Kasidah was a distillation of Sufi thought, and that there seems little doubt that Burton was trying to project Sufi teaching in the West... In Sufism he finds a system of application to misguided faiths 'which will prove them all right, and all wrong; which will reconcile their differences; will unite past creeds; will account for the present and will anticipate the future with a continuous and uninterrupted development.'
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Literature Of The Low Countries

Author : Reinder Meijer
ISBN : 9789400997349
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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In any definition of terms, Dutch literature must be taken to mean all literature written in Dutch, thus excluding literature in Frisian, even though Friesland is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, in the same way as literature in Welsh would be excluded from a history of English literature. Simi larly, literature in Afrikaans (South African Dutch) falls outside the scope of this book, as Afrikaans from the moment of its birth out of seventeenth-century Dutch grew up independently and must be regarded as a language in its own right. . Dutc:h literature, then, is the literature written in Dutch as spoken in the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the so-called Flemish part of the Kingdom of Belgium, that is the area north of the linguistic frontier which runs east-west through Belgium passing slightly south of Brussels. For the modern period this definition is clear anough, but for former times it needs some explanation. What do we mean, for example, when we use the term 'Dutch' for the medieval period? In the Middle Ages there was no standard Dutch language, and when the term 'Dutch' is used in a medieval context it is a kind of collective word indicating a number of different but closely related Frankish dialects. The most important of those were the dialects of the duchies of Limburg and Brabant, and of the counties of Flanders and Holland.
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The Underlying Religion

Author : Martin Lings
ISBN : 9781933316437
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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This is an anthology of 25 essays by the leading exponents of the perennialist school of comparative religious thought. It aims to be the most accessible introduction yet to the perspective of the Perennial Philosophy.
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Biomimicry In Architecture

Author : Michael Pawlyn
ISBN : 1859466281
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When searching for genuinely sustainable building design and technology - designs that go beyond conventional sustainability to be truly restorative - we often find that nature got there first. Over 3.5 billion years of natural history have evolved innumerable examples of forms, systems, and processes that can be applied to modern green design. Aimed at architects, urban designers and product designers, this new edition of Biomimicry in Architecturelooks to the natural world to achieve radical increases in resource efficiency. Packed with case studies predicting future trends, this edition also contains updated and expanded chapters on structures, materials, waste, water, thermal control and energy, as well as an all-new chapter on light. An amazing sourcebook of extraordinary design solutions, Biomimicry in Architectureis a must-read for anyone preparing for the challenges of building a sustainable and restorative future.