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Volume I of The Gordion Wooden Objects is a study of fifteen pieces of furniture from the largest tomb at Gordion (Tumulus MM), Turkey. These spectacular works date to the eighth century BC and are among the most important wooden finds excavated from the ancient Near East.
This book provides an inside into the complex relationship between Hindi and Urdu. A comparison of 20th century short stories that were published in both Hindi and Urdu are used as a basis to define the boundaries between both languages.
Helen S.E. Parker
This study highlights the relationships between different genres of traditional Japanese theatre through plot repetition and illustrated analysis of performances.
This volume presents a comprehensive analysis of the peregrinatio academica of students from the Northern Netherlands to Italian universities and its place in the Low Countries' society and culture in the crucial period between 1426 and 1575.
P.M. Michèle Daviau
This volume illustrates and describes the architecture and settlement history of the Iron Age town located at Tall Jawa (Jordan). Uncovered during six seasons of archaeological excavations, the site yielded evidence of a walled town with fortifications and domestic buildings.
Edited by Deborah Klimburg-Salter, Kurt Tropper and Christian Jahoda
Essays discussing transdisciplinary methodology introduce case studies on Buddhist manuscripts, inscriptions, art and oral traditions of the Indian Himalayas and Central Tibet. The research was carried out within the context of an Interdisciplinary Research Unit financed by the Austrian Science ...
This book is the first commentary in Western literature on the Mgur 'bum, or Collected Songs of Spiritual Realization, of the great Tibetan scholar and siddha, Skal ldan rgya mtsho (1607-1677). Dr. Sujata provides the original Tibetan verses alongside her translations throughout her commentary. ...
This catalogue comprises full descriptions of the Arabic manuscripts which entered the Wellcome collections in 1986. A new type of the catalogue entry makes the book useful for specialists in various fields from conservators to historians of medical ethics.
Examining the stage performance of female vocal groups as cultural practices which produced a new pattern in the representation of gender in the light of the socialist identity politics, book offers a multifaced picture of the personal experiences of the socialist gender politics in socialist ...
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