But they also like to step onto the red carpet, get out of a limousine and take part,
in this way, in a global image of wealth and success. These ambivalent attitudes
are embodied ... Notes 1. 4. 5. 10. 11. 18. 19. 20. A 156 From Storeroom to Stage.
Author: Alexandra Urdea
Publisher: Berghahn Books
Departing from an ethnographic collection in London, From Storeroom to Stage traces the journey of its artefacts back to the Romanian villages where they were made 70 years ago, and to other places where similar objects are still in use. The book explores the role that material culture plays in the production of value and meaning by examining how folk objects are mobilized in national ideologies, transmissions of personal and family memory, museological discourses, and artistic acts.
Approximate location of botanical samples Sample Provenance Stage and
Period Description of sample context C-14 ... N of Bldg. 3 Lot 34 Middle Period ||
63 DG00  Main Mound Stage D2 In storeroom on NW, outside Bldg. 3 3300–
Author: Naomi Francis Miller
Publisher: UPenn Museum of Archaeology
Archaeological interpretations are built on many types of evidence. While no one method or analysis can fully reveal an extinct economic system, the papers in this volume are each focused on a single category of data to elucidate different aspects of ancient economy and settlement: settlement pattern (Khurban plains), trace elements in sealing clays (Tepe Gawra), seeds and charcoal (Tepe Hissar, Malyan, Kurban Hoyuk), economic texts (Nippur). MASCA Vol. 7, Supplement
Walnuts , from when they form a " storeroom . ... like are referred to as ninum ,
storerooms . grapes and pomegranates , if one date The tithing stage for walnuts
is when exhibits these signs of maturity , the other dates of the crop are also
Author: Rabbi Mordecai Rabinovitch
Publisher: Mesorah Publications Limited
Sefer Zeraim is the first of six orders of the Mishnah, and deals with agricultural laws. Berachos treats prayers and blessings; Peah treats gleaings left for the poor; Demai treats produce brought from a person whose tithing products are suspect; Kilayim treats forbidden mixtures of plants, animals, and clothing; Shevi'is treats the Sabbatical year; Terumos discusses produce set aside for the Kohanim; Maasros and Maaser sheni discuss laws of various Tithes; Challah treats the portion of dough set aside for the Kohanim; Orlah treats fruit produced by a tree during its first four years; Bikkurim treats first fruits, brought to the Temple for a special ceremony.
XIX , Ff2 ) represents the most recent , third building stage of the mudbrick
structures in the entire area F . It had been built following the erection of the
South ( first building stage ) and North ( second building stage ) pairs of
Author: Miroslav Verner
Publisher: Czech Institute of Egyptology
This volume contains the results of excavations at the Djedkare's family cemetery at Abusir, arranged by individual tomb. Verner and Callender describe the structure and archaeology of the tomb including plans of the rooms, its owner, wall paintings and finds from the tomb. These chapters are suceeded by a discussion of the chronology of the tombs, a typology and details on the skeletal remains. Appendices look at the role of female members of the Djedkare family in the old Kingdom.
Temporary stage This stage coincided with the “ foothold stage ” where in most
instances the settlers moved into existing structures which had been used as
dwellings or storerooms , or constructed temporary dwellings . At this stage the ...
Author: Yossi Ben-Artzi
Publisher: Magnes Press
Jewish settlement patterns in Palestine are of interest because of their co-operative forms, the Kibbutz and the Moshav. However, the Jews preferred a different type of pioneer settlement: the Moshavah. For over 30 years the early settlers chose the Moshavah as the type of settlement most suited to lead them to their basic goal: creating a Jewish village, and structuring a 'new' Jew -- a farmer who would live on his land and so lay the cornerstone of a renewed 'national home'. The cultural landscape of the Moshavah, its planning its design and development, constitute the subject of this book, which studies the ideological aspirations of Jewish pioneers in Palestine and illustrates the link between ideology and landscape in their settlement patterns.
for stage heights greater than 50 feet ( 15 240 mm ) and 1 hour for stage heights
of 50 feet ( 15 240 mm ) or less . 410.5.2 Separation from each other . Dressing
rooms , scene docks , property rooms , workshops , storerooms and
Author: International Code Council
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Title on accompanying CD-ROM: I-code and innovation toolbox.