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THE BODY AND SOCIETY Men, Women and sexual renunciation in early Christianity
PrefaceIntroductionPart I. From Paul to anthony1. Body and City2. From Apostle to Apologist: Sexual Order and Sexual Renunciation in the Early Church3. Martyrdom, Prophecy and Continence: Hermas toExpand
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Augustine of Hippo : a biography
Preface To The New Edition Preface Part I - 354 -385 Chronological Table A Africa Monica Education 'Wisdom' Manichaeism Friends Success Part II - 386-395 Chronological Table B Ambrose The PlatonistsExpand
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The Later Roman Empire
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Artificial Cranial Deformation: a component in the variation in Pleistocene Australian Aboriginal crania
The extremes of morphological variation in Australian Aboriginal crania have long fuelled debate as to the biological origins of the Australian population (Topinard 1872; Turner 1884; Keith 1925;Expand
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Poverty and Leadership in the Later Roman Empire
  • Peter Brown
  • History
  • Journal of Roman Studies
  • 1 November 2001
In three magisterial essays, Peter Brown, one of the world's foremost scholars of the society and culture of late antiquity, explores the emergence in late Roman society of "the poor" as a distinctExpand
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Industrial Clusters and Small Firm Internationalisation (Best paper)
Trends towards the globalisation of finance, communication, technology and markets have resulted in unprecedented business competition, especially for small firms (Knight and Cavusgil, 1996). FirmsExpand
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Linear tracks and restricted temperature ranges characterise penguin foraging pathways.
Marine predators are thought to follow sophisticated scale-dependent search strategies when seeking patchy and unpredictable prey. However, fine-scale information about these strategies has hithertoExpand
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Managing the work-life roller-coaster: private stress or public health issue?
Although research has established the importance for health of a sense of personal control at work, the implications of this for women have not been adequately studied. Using quantitative data fromExpand
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Climatic Inferences from Dendroecological Reconstructions
Tree rings have long been employed by ecologists to study the local-scale dynamics of forest stands and woodlands, but only recently have network approaches been applied to evaluate regional andExpand
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