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Click Chronologies for a linear outline of art history by geographic region.
The researchers built on 1984 work by Robert Griffiths, a physicist at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh (SN Online: 2/5/14), and thought about quantum versions of chronologies.
Using the (erroneous) threshold values in column 3 of table 1, Mebert has calculated dates in the Julian calendar for all first and last visibilities of Venus during the first fourteen years of the reign of Ammisaduqa for each of the chronologies listed in table 2.
Ring-width chronologies provide annually resolved time series of tree growth, which can then be used to make inferences about the environmental factors that control development of tree rings (Hughes, 2002; Luckman, 2007).
mokarran and porbeagle chronologies, but there were large differences in absolute values.
Long, climate-sensitive chronologies have therefore received special attention at sites with long-lived species, well-preserved sub-fossil wood, or both.
By simply juxtaposing chronologies from a variety of traditions, Eusebius broke with his predecessor as an investigator of chronology, Julius Africanus, Origen's friend and contemporary, who sought to make chronology serve eschatology, finding patterns in the past that would enable him to predict when Christ would come again.
Africanus, born in Jerusalem, was an expert in comparative chronologies and world history.
chronologies, and bibliographies to aid the reader in understanding the complex cultural and political history of the Japanese people.
The first, Grafton reports, contained "a vast amount of information, some of it quite worrying to a Christian reader," including chronologies of ancient Egypt and Babylon.
CaseMap replaces the legal pad, word-processed chronologies, and many other documents you may currently create for each case.