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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 92 - From what has been said above it will be clear that the acquisition of experience, the growth of knowledge, is a unique species of gift and acceptance.
Página 606 - Good letters from the end of the third or the beginning of the second century...
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 326 - ... mound-builders: a plea for the conservation of the antiquities of the central and southern states. RECORDS OF PAST, X (Nov.) 335-338. [170 Parks, HB Reworked implements. ARCHAEOL. BUL., II (Mar.) 47-50. [171 Perkins, GH Aboriginal remains in the Champlain valley.
Página 165 - ... equal parts by an arch, the respond of which can still be seen on the north side, and was entered from the bailey by a large doorway on the south. The fireplace was situated in the north-east corner, and against the north wall is the base of a stone bench. The Chapel (5) was 47 ft. long and consisted of a nave of two bays and a chancel of one bay, with a recess to the east for the altar. Both nave and chancel were vaulted, and the altar recess was doubtless spanned by a semi-circular barrel vault....
Página 327 - GILDER discusses and criticises "inaccuracies" in the report on the " loess man " of Long's Hill, near Florence, Neb., in his monograph (JS. AE Bull. No. 33) on ' Skeletal Remains,' suggesting or attributed to early man in North America.
Página 352 - THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE RENAISSANCE IN FRANCE. A HISTORY OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE ARTS OF BUILDING, DECORATION AND GARDEN DESIGN UNDER CLASSICAL INFLUENCE FROM 1495 TO 1830. By WH WARD, MA, Architect, ARIBA, Author of "French Chateaux and Gardens.