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541-42), and he responds, "Parere precibus cupere me fateor tuis; / pietas uetat" (I confess myself wanting to obey your prayers, but piety forbids it; ll.
13,24,2 Haec mera ueritas Tusculani hominis, egere se multis rebus et nihil tamen cupere dicentis, plus hercle promouet ad exhortandam parsimoniam sustinendamque inopiam quam Graecae istorum praestigiae, philosophari sese dicentium umbrasque uerborum inanesfingentium,.
In the log size index (LSI) method, log transformed measurements taken from archaeological specimens representing multiple skeletal elements are compared with those from a standard animal; in this case a large female aurochs from Mesolithic Denmark (following Grigson 1989; de Cupere & Duru 2003; Russell & Martin 2005).
6600 cal BC (Perkins & Daly 1968; de Cupere & Duru 2003; Russell et al.
The use of morphologically domestic cattle in south-western Anatolia by 6400/6200 cal BC (de Cupere & Duru 2003), and to the east on the Konya Plain between 63006000 cal BC suggests a rapid incorporation of domestic cattle into central Anatolian subsistence economies that had been previously characterised by large-scale sheep and goat herding for more than a millennium (Martin et al.
38: "Nec diffiteor tamen, sic me cupere Plautum ab omnibus amari" ("Nor do I deny that I so desire that Plautus should be loved by everyone").
Before you enter an exhibition by De Cupere, the first thing you notice is the pungent odor--a mixture of sweet, acid, and penetrating scents that evoke the sensory experience of walking through a Turkish bazaar.
Here De Cupere sets into motion a process in which the tangible will eventually disappear, while suggesting, perhaps, that its scent will linger on.
Where Broodthaers used eggs and mussels as archetypal objects of his region and tried to save them by transforming the worthless empty shells into (art) history, De Cupere strives to reinvigorate his objects with new life.