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‘Despicable and degrading’: Australian–Ceylonese sporting relations
One of the most notable trends in contemporary Australian sport has been an increased focus on sporting contacts with Asia. It is also a topic that has began to receive attention from sportsExpand
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Europe in the Middle Ages
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A social history of English rugby union
style and ethos assumed by white professional skaters like Rob Dyrdek not only tend to demean women and homosexuals, but also capitalize on ‘borrowed authenticity’ from African-American culture whileExpand
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The Forgotten Game? A Reassessment of the Place of Soccer within New Zealand Society, Sport and Historiography
Soccer is widely perceived as having occupied a largely peripheral position within New Zealand sport and culture. Such a view has also been perpetuated by most of the existing literature, bothExpand
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The sports boycott against Rhodesia reconsidered
Lost amongst the contemporary debate over Zimbabwe's place in world sport (and especially international cricket) is an awareness that its predecessor state, Rhodesia, had itself been the target of anExpand
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The Paralympic Protest Paradox: The Politics of Rhodesian Participation in the Paralympic Games, 1960-1980
UDI and the Sports Boycott Against Rhodesia Rhodesian participation in international sport became an international issue following Ian Smith's unilateral declaration of independence (UDI) in NovemberExpand
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Set in Stone: The Face in Medieval Sculpture
The face in medieval sculpture was an exploration in human identity, marked not only by evolving nuances of style but also by the ongoing drama of European history. The 81 magnificent sculpted headsExpand
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Elemental Characterization of Medieval Limestone Sculpture from Parisian and Burgundian Sources
AbstractThe compositional patterns of limestone from quarries beneath the city of Paris, France, and of Romanesque sculpture from the Paris basin and Burgundy were characterized by neutron activationExpand
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Neutron activation analysis of medieval limestone sculpture at the University of Missouri research reactor center
Since the mid-1980s, NAA of Medieval limestone sculpture has resulted in the analyses of more than 1500 historical objects and 500 quarry samples in collaboration with more than 30 museums in theExpand
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Romanesque Sculpture in North American Collections. XXVI. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Part VI. Auvergne, Burgundy, Central France, Meuse Valley, Germany
construction of the composition and the original polychromy are now better understood as a result of a recent cleaning and analysis of the figure by the Museum's Department of Objects Conservation.Expand
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