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Introduction Mapping the heavens and treading the Earth: negotiating secular and sacred in medieval art
The Faculty of Bryn Mawr College is committed to disseminating the fruits of its research and scholarship as widely as possible. In keeping with that commitment, the Faculty adopts the followingExpand
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The Emperor and the World: Exotic Elements and the Imaging of Middle Byzantine Imperial Power, Ninth to Thirteenth Centuries C.E.
Introduction: imaging emperor and empire in the middle Byzantine era 1. Emulation: Islamic imports in the iconoclastic era: power, prestige, and the imperial image 2. Appropriation: stylisticExpand
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Glucose regulates ghrelin, neuropeptide Y, and the GH/IGF-I axis in the tilapia, Oreochromis mossambicus.
In general, a fish's ability to clear glucose is sluggish in relation to mammals, which has lead to the idea that fish are glucose intolerant. It has been reported that circulating glucose levels doExpand
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“We've Got to Keep Meeting Like This”: A Pilot Study Comparing Academic Performance in Shifting-Membership Cooperative Groups Versus Stable-Membership Cooperative Groups in an Introductory-Level Lab
ABSTRACT This study examined possible ways to increase student engagement in small sections of a large, introductory-level, required university course. Research shows that cooperative group learningExpand
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Trash Deposition in Rivers and Streams: Guidelines for Prediction of Counts, Volumes, and Masses
AbstractTrash creates numerous problems, including clogging of inlets, aesthetical debasing of neighborhoods, chemical pollution upon degradation, and hazards to aquatic life. Data from 30 streamExpand
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Myth and Magic in Early Byzantine Marriage Jewelry
The material culture of early Byzantine marriage, as represented by a small corpus of marriage rings and belts, indicates a clear appropriation and adaptation of pre-Christian traditions. In thisExpand
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Cross-Cultural Reception in the Absence of Texts: The Islamic Appropriation of a Middle Byzantine Rosette Casket
The reception of art and architecture in the Middle Ages is typically studied through the verbal accounts of medieval viewers. This paper explores possibilities for interpreting artistic reception inExpand
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New Work on the South Slope of the Byrsa Hill, Carthage (Tunisia): a Roman House Revisited
Excavations conducted on the south slope of the Byrsa hill during the fall of 1998 and the summers of 1999 and 2000 revealed new evidences for the study of Roman, late antique and medieval Carthage.Expand
Review: From the Desert to the City: The Journey of Late Ancient Textiles and From the Desert to the City: The Journey of Late Ancient Textiles. Selections from the Rose Choron textile collection
“From the Desert to the City: The Journey of Late Ancient Textiles,” Godwin-Ternbach Museum, Queens College, Flushing, New York (September 13, 2018–January 17, 2019)Expand