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Religions of Rome
1. Earliest Rome 2. The deities of Rome 3. The calendar 4. Religious places 5. Festivals and ceremonies 6. Sacrifices 7. Divination and diviners 8. Priests and priestesses 9. Individuals and gods:Expand
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The Sexual Status of Vestal Virgins
The Vestal Virgins have often been the subject of close scrutiny by classical scholars. Indeed many articles have been devoted to a careful analysis of individual, apparently trivial, aspects ofExpand
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Cicero and Divination: the Formation of a Latin Discourse *
This article is intended to be read in association with that of Schofield which follows. They share a common outlook—for we both believe that an understanding of the literary form of De DivinationeExpand
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Phase II and pharmacodynamic study of the farnesyltransferase inhibitor R115777 as initial therapy in patients with metastatic pancreatic adenocarcinoma.
PURPOSE R115777 is a selective nonpeptidomimetic inhibitor of farnesyltransferase (FTase), one of several enzymes responsible for posttranslational modification that is required for the function ofExpand
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SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome
Sunday Times Top 10 Bestseller Shortlisted for a British Book Industry Book of the Year Award 2016 Ancient Rome matters. Its history of empire, conquest, cruelty and excess is something against whichExpand
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Re-reading (Vestal) virginity
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Religions of Rome. Vol. 2, A sourcebook
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Using Mixed Methods to Measure the Perception of Community Capacity in an Academic–Community Partnership for a Walking Intervention
H.U.B. City Steps is a 5-year community-based participatory research walking intervention designed to help lower blood pressure in a majority African American population in southern Mississippi viaExpand
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Religions of Rome (2 vols)
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Survival following intensive preoperative combined modality therapy with paclitaxel, cisplatin, 5-fluorouracil, and radiation in resectable esophageal carcinoma: a phase I report.
PURPOSE To assess the benefits of aggressive chemoradiation therapy followed by surgery in resectable esophageal carcinoma. METHOD Twenty-nine patients with resectable carcinoma were treated withExpand
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