Traces on the Rhodian
Shore: Nature and Culture in Western Thought from Ancient Times to the End of the Eighteenth Century.
Sea Law, Encyclopydia Britannica, http://www.
Since the expugnation of the Rhodian
Isle, Methinks a thousand years are over-past, .
Its signature Rhodian
Evasion Cure is four treatments a day, including massages, all tailored to detox and de-stress.
Angel, The Jews of Rhodes: The History of a Sephardic Community (New York: Sepher Hermon Press, 1978), 145-49; Yitzchak Kerem, "The Migration of Rhodian
Jews to Africa and the Americas from 1900-1914: The Beginning of New Sephardic Diasporic Communities," in Patterns of Migration, 1850-1914, ed.
Glacken, Traces on the Rhodian
Shore (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1967); W.
Tom Shaw, Scott Glendenning-Fenton, Mark Hislop, Stuart Lee, Alan Hugh, Clem Muchiti (2), and Rhodian
Booth all crossed for the Bears with Graham Healey kicking eight conversions.
She acknowledges important debts to intellectual histories by Clarence Glacken, Traces on the Rhodian
Shore: Nature and Culture in Western Thought from Ancient Times to the End of the Eighteenth Century (Berkeley, 1967) and Michael Adas, Machines as the Measure of Men: Science, Technology, and Ideologies of Western Dominance (Ithaca, 1989).
The three Rhodian
sculptors did not invent their subject but copied it from one of these sites, specifically "from the Cherubim of Solomons Temple.
Glacken considers this work one of the few writings in the medieval period known to him that combines "a strong religious view of nature with an appreciation of natural beauty and with a frank, exultant admiration for the way the monks, through their skill, their techniques, their water mills, can complete what nature has given them" (Traces on the Rhodian
Shore: Nature and Culture in Western Thought from Ancient Times to the End of the Eighteenth Century [Berkeley: University of California, 1967] 213-14).
The technique is one of planned formlessness, a deploying of the many pieces comprising the Rhodian
mosaic, rather than a straight-forward guide to the island or a continuous narrative of events [.
Mindful of George Santayana's warning that those who forget history are bound to repeat it, I recommend Traces on the Rhodian
Shore by the great 20th-century geographer Clarence Glacken (University of California Press, 1967).