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  • publication . Article . 2010
    Open Access
    Authors:
    David Woods;
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    Country: Ireland

    The Roman emperor Caligula issued the same type of quadrans throughout his reign, where the obverse depicted a pileus, a type of cap given to former slaves upon their manumission, and the reverse the letters RCC. Eckhel suggested that the obverse referred to the restora...

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  • publication . Part of book or chapter of book
    Authors:
    Kenneth Sheedy; Damian Gore; Maryse Blet-Lemarquand; Gillan Davis;
    Country: Australia

    Three areas in mainland and Aegean Greece are known to have been important sources of silver during antiquity: Laurion in south-east Attica, the Thraco-Macedonian region of northern Greece, and the Cycladic island of Siphnos. The mines of Siphnos are thought to have bee...

  • publication . Article . 2007
    Authors:
    Neil McKinnon;
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    Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP)

    Peter Unger's ‘problem of the many’ has elicited many responses over the past quarter of a century. Here I present a new problem of the many. This new problem, I claim, is resistant to the solutions currently on offer for Unger's problem.

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  • publication . Part of book or chapter of book
    English
    Authors:
    Davis, Gillan; Stos-Gale, Zofia Anna;
    Publisher: The Royal Numismatic Society
    Country: Australia

    This paper presents fresh interpretations of 160 lead isotope analyses of Archaic Greek coins on the OXALID database based on new data for ore sources in Spain, Sardinia, Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Turkey and Iran. It demonstrates that the earliest minters used far more...

  • publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2011
    Authors:
    R. Mykytowycz;
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    Publisher: Springer US

    The purpose of this article is to give a brief outline of the events and processes which have taken place over the last twenty five years which have led to the emergence of a new biological discipline - namely that of chemical communication in vertebrates.

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  • publication . Article . 2002
    Authors:
    John Pearn;
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    Publisher: BMJ

    ![][1] Lydia Monin, Andrew Gallimore Pimlico, £12.50, pp 234 ISBN 0 7126 6859 4 Rating: ![Graphic][2] ![Graphic][3] ![Graphic][4] Doctors have international obligations in a contracting world; and many doctors today travel or work in one of the 28 or more countries wher...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
    Authors:
    Margaret Burrell;
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    Publisher: University of Toronto Press Inc. (UTPress)

    The possible explanations for her conduct vary according to her perceived status as either a willing participant or a victim. If she is a willing participant in her capitulation and seduction, there are three reasons why the knight is successful, according to antecedent...

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  • publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2011
    Authors:
    Jude Philp;
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    Publisher: Springer New York

    The Australian Museum holds over 1,000 cultural objects from New Caledonia. A quarter of the collection was obtained by a Museum zoologist, Charles Hedley, who visited La Grande Terre on his holidays late in 1897. He collected ethnographic and zoological specimens and o...

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  • publication . Article . 1892
    Open Access
    Authors:
    Henry O. Forbes;
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    Publisher: Springer Science and Business Media LLC

    I HAVE just obtained from the Chatham Islands a nearly perfect sub-fossil skull of an extinct Ocydromine rail, closely resembling the Mauritian Aphanapteryx, five and quarter inches long, beak arched, slender, very pointed, for which I propose the specific name Hawkinsi...

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