American Journal of Archaeology: The Journal of the Archaeological Institute of America

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Macmillan Company, 1927 - Archaeology

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Page 245 - Roman Architecture and Its Principles of Construction under the Empire, -with an Appendix on the Evolution of the Dome up to the XV 1 1th Century (1925, reprinted 1972; 313 pp.; $50.00), translated from the Italian by G.
Page 201 - Hymnorum,' a MS. belonging to Trinity College, Dublin, and written, as Dr Stokes conjectures, about the end of the eleventh or the beginning of the twelfth century. The hymn itself, however, belongs to a much earlier date.
Page 237 - A supplement to the Topographical catalogue of the private tombs of Thebes (nos. 253-334) with some notes on the necropolis from 1913 to 1924.
Page 505 - We leave out of our consideration those territories which at the end of the fourteenth and the beginning of the fifteenth century...
Page 241 - S. 495 — 935.) 1912. RM. 24. — Band IV. Schlachtfelder aus den Perserkriegen; aus der späteren griechischen Geschichte und den Feldzügen Alexanders und aus der römischen Geschichte bis Augustus.
Page 410 - That fome time near the end of the third, or beginning of the fourth century, the Chriftians in the Roman province in Britain were perfecuted for their religion : that in this perfecution St.
Page 68 - ... a part from the west. So in their old language they call the east by another name than that which they use today. At the present time they call the east Likin, which is the equivalent of saying the place from which the sun rises on us. And the west they call Chikin, which means the fall or the end of the sun, or rather where it hides itself in relation to us. But in old times they called the east Genial 'The Little Descent,' and the west Nohenial The Great Descent...
Page 92 - WF Albright, Director of the American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem 5.
Page 234 - Encyclopedia of Furniture: An Outline History of Furniture Design in Egypt, Assyria, Persia, Greece, Rome, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Germany, England, Scandinavia, Spain, Russia, and in the Near and Far East Up to the Middle of the Nineteenth Century.
Page 277 - Papyri in the Library of Cornell University. Edited with translations and notes by William Linn Westermann, Professor of Ancient History, Columbia University, and Caspar J.

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