Merchants And Marvels

Author: Pamela Smith
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135300356
Size: 10.65 MB
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The beginning of global commerce in the early modern period had an enormous impact on European culture, changing the very way people perceived the world around them. Merchants and Marvels assembles essays by leading scholars of cultural history, art history, and the history of science and technology to show how ideas about the representation of nature, in both art and science, underwent a profound transformation between the age of the Renaissance and the early 1700s.

Marvels Of Maiolica

Author: Jacqueline Marie Musacchio
Publisher: Bunker Hill Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 9781593730369
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Explores the rich history and ornate styles of these beautiful wares as well as the key role they played in Renasisance society.

Mongrels Or Marvels

Author: Deborah A. Starr
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804769532
Size: 78.39 MB
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This collection of essays and fiction offers critical insights into Egypt's cosmopolitan past, Jewish-Levantine identities, and the possibilities for cultural integration within Israel and beyond.

Marvels Of Nature

Publisher: Children's Book Trust
ISBN: 9788170119623
Size: 19.88 MB
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Author: Kurt Busiek
Publisher: Marvel Entertainment
ISBN: 1302507044
Size: 38.12 MB
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Collecting Marvels #0-4. Within the Marvel Universe, heroes soar high in the skies, ready to battle the villains who threaten their world. Yet living in the shadow of these extraordinary icons are ordinary men and women who view the “MARVELS” with a mixture of fear, disbelief, envy and admiration. Among them is Phil Sheldon, a New York City photojournalist who has dedicated his career to covering the exploits of the Marvels and their effect on humankind. Written by Kurt Busiek and masterfully illustrated by Alex Ross, Marvels presents a richly painted historical overview of the entire Marvel Universe, spanning from the 1939 debut of the Human Torch to the fearsome coming of the world-devouring Galactus — and culminating in the shocking death of Gwen Stacy, Spider-Man’s first love.

Motivation Marvels

Author: Dawn Gauvreau
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781438978949
Size: 68.93 MB
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In todays classrooms, behavior management is critical in order to meet the ever-changing and ever-increasing demands of state and federal requirements that teachers find themselves up against. Motivation Marvels provides teachers with an easily implemented program that utilizes functional life skills almost every child will use one day. Once behavior is in place, real learning can begin. This program provides rewards and incentives for students who come to school prepared and ready to learn. It also gives the same opportunity to those unprepared to get on board and experience the excitement of being successful at school. One of the best features of this program is that it can be tailored to suit any teachers needs. The specific design for a given room will depend on the needs and conditions of that room and the extent to which the teacher wishes to use the program. The results will truly amaze you!

Wonders Marvels And Monsters In Early Modern Culture

Author: Peter G. Platt
Publisher: University of Delaware Press
ISBN: 9780874136784
Size: 68.99 MB
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""The marvelous follows us always" - or so the Italian philosopher Francesco Patrizi asserted in 1587. The essays in this book collectively make the case that this assertion could be an epigraph for the Renaissance. For Wonder was a concept absolutely central to the early modern period. Encompassing both inquiry and astonishment, "wonder" indeed followed the Renaissance everywhere - into redefinitions of the mind, the body, art, literature, the known world. Often called the age of discovery, the Renaissance should also be seen as the age of the marvelous." "However, defining just what la maraviglia would have meant for Patrizi and his age is no small task." "This volume, then, seeks to explore early modern views of wonder and the marvelous by revealing the complexity of la maraviglia in the Renaissance."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

On Monsters And Marvels

Author: Ambroise Pare
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226645636
Size: 56.20 MB
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Ambroise Paré, born in France around 1510, was chief surgeon to both Charles IX and Henri III. In one of the first attempts to explain birth defects, Paré produced On Monsters and Marvels, an illustrated encyclopedia of curiosities, of monstrous human and animal births, bizarre beasts, and natural phenomena. Janice Pallister's acclaimed English translation offers a glimpse of the natural world as seen by an extraordinary Renaissance natural philosopher.

Medical Marvels

Author: George Edward Stanley
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781402739309
Size: 39.83 MB
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An intriguing addition to this popular series for middle readers examines true medical cases dealing with unique and unusual conditions and cures, including "werewolf syndrome," virulent viruses, and the impact music can have on the body and brain. Original.

Marvels Of The New West

Author: William Makepeace Thayer
Publisher: The Minerva Group, Inc.
ISBN: 9781410216342
Size: 18.92 MB
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CONTENTS: Introduction Marvels of Nature: Canons -- Yellowstone National Park -- Geysers -- Yosemite Valley -- Garden of the Gods -- Monument Park -- Miscellaneous Marvels of Race: Cave-Dwellers -- Pueblos -- Zunis -- Moquis -- Mexicans Marvels of Enterprise: Railroads over Mountains -- Public Buildings -- Growth of Colonies -- The Pacific Slope -- The Mormon Settlement -- Railroad Kings Marvels of Mining Marvels of Stock-Raising Marvels of Agriculture Conclusion Marvels of the New West was originally published in 1887.