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American Journal of Archaeology: The Journal of the Archaeological ..., Volume 2
Visualização integral - 1898
American Journal of Archaeology: The Journal of the ..., Volume 2;Volume 16
Visualização integral - 1912
American Journal of Archaeology: The Journal of ..., Volume 2,Parte 4 -Volume 3
Visualização integral - 1899
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Página 373 - IMP. CAES. FL. CONSTANTINO MAXIMO PF AVGVSTO SPQR QVOD INSTINCTV DIVINITATIS MENTIS MAGNITVDINE CVM EXERCITV SVO TAM DE TYRANNO QVAM DE OMNI EIVS FACTIONE VNO TEMPORE IVSTIS REMPVBLICAM VLTVS EST ARMIS ARCVM TRIVMPHIS INSIGNEM DICAVIT.
Página 584 - BC ; the objects may be dated about the end of the third or the beginning of the second century.
Página 310 - Russell are acquitted of all share in the -'plants" by which they were deceived. Here appears to have been a "deliberate scheme of deception and fraud," the parties to which can probably be discovered and identified. The Kensington Rune Stone. — In Rec. Pant, X. 1911, pp. 33-40 (2 maps), is published a Preliminary Report to the Minnesota Historical Society, on the Kensington rune stone. The report is to the effect that, provided a competent .Scandinavian expert in language verify the inscription,...
Página 5 - Kaan himself goes every week to see his birds sitting in mew, and sometimes he rides through the park with a leopard behind him on his horse's croup ; and then if he sees any animal that takes his fancy, he slips his leopard at it, and the game when taken is made over to feed the hawks in mew.
Página 296 - Italian art at the end of the fourteenth and beginning of the fifteenth century; but there are Oriental affinities due to local influence.
Página 260 - The Babylonian Expedition of the University of Pennsylvania. Series A: Cuneiform Texts.
Página 311 - Skeletal Remains,' suggesting or attributed to early man in North America. Dr. Ilrdlicka finds no reason to believe in " a more than moderate antiquity for the Gilder mound specimens." The report of B. Shimck (Bull. Genl. Soc. Amer. Vol. XIX, 1908) on the Nebraska "loess man" is also criticised. Mr. Gilder is satisfied that "the bones were found in the undisturbed loess formation.
Página 606 - ... the author, from his long experience in Central America, finds what seems to him "conclusive evidence of a very typical process of development from the no, or the native palm-thatched hut of Yucatan." According to this view, " the nd is the germ unit of the edifice chambers, and the edifice simply a collection of nas expressed in stone and mortar.