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• Author :_Abner Shimony
• Pages :_165 sheets
• ISBN-10 :_9780387949352
• ISBN-13 :_0387949356

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• Description : The story of how an eleven-year old boy growing up in 16th century Italy loses his birthday when the Gregorian calendar replaces the Julian calendar in 1582, and how he fights to prevent this loss. The author cleverly weaves elements of the cultural and scientific milieu of the time into an engaging and intelligent tale. Tibaldos father is a medical assistant, and his sister is a midwife. Thus, the boy grows up learning about current medical practices and his fascination for medicine makes him a fast learner. Then, when Tibaldo learns that he is about to lose his 13th birthday, he determines to do something about it. The result is both amusing and informative. [...] by Publisher : 'Springer Science & Business Media'

Calendar

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• Author :_University of Toronto
• Pages :_233 sheets
• ISBN-10 :_
• ISBN-13 :_UOM:39015076454670

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• Author :_Great Britain. Public Record Office
• Pages :_233 sheets
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• ISBN-13 :_HARVARD:32044090356445

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• Author :_Joan W. Kirby
• Pages :_133 sheets
• ISBN-10 :_9780903857895
• ISBN-13 :_0903857898

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• Description : [...] by Publisher : 'Borthwick Publications'



• Author :_London School of Economics and Political Science
• Pages :_233 sheets
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• ISBN-13 :_UOM:39015039697001

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• Author :_no defined
• Pages :_233 sheets
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• Description : [...] by Publisher : '2010 Marketing Calendar'



• Author :_Denis Feeney
• Pages :_372 sheets
• ISBN-10 :_0520258010
• ISBN-13 :_9780520258013

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• Description : Chronology. [...] by Publisher : 'Univ of California Press'



• Author :_Šemaryāhû Ṭalmôn
• Pages :_244 sheets
• ISBN-10 :_9789652236517
• ISBN-13 :_9652236519

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• Description : [...] by Publisher : 'BRILL'

Calendar

2011-12-01 | Religion


• Author :_Laurence Hull Stookey
• Pages :_189 sheets
• ISBN-10 :_1426728042
• ISBN-13 :_9781426728044

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• Description : A probing but clearly written book, Calendar will find an appreciative audience beyond academia and clergy to the laity of the church: choirs and their directors, worship planners, adult study groups, and others who want to understand better the church's times of preparation and celebration. Calendar centers largely on theological meaning and parish practice in relation to liturgical time. Deliberately, almost no attention is given to detailed historical development, much of which is exceedingly complex in its origins and technical in its detail. An appendix entitled "Forgetting What You Were Always Taught (Or, This Book in a Nutshell)" aptly describes the radical reordering that Stookey believes occurs when our understanding of time and the story of Jesus takes its bearings from the Incarnation. So, just as the Christian week begins with Sunday, the day of Resurrection, Stookey follows the Christian year beginning with the season of Easter, and only then Lent; Christmas, then Advent. Illuminating discussions of Ordinary and Extraordinary Time, and the Sanctoral Cycle follow. [...] by Publisher : 'Abingdon Press'



• Author :_Randall C. Jiménez
• Pages :_102 sheets
• ISBN-10 :_9780966116311
• ISBN-13 :_0966116313

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• Description : New Book Bridges Ancient Wisdom with Modern Technology! The ancient wisdom ascribed is found behind the creation of a 500-year-old artifact, the Aztec Calendar. To the Natives it was Teoilhuicatl Apaluaztli Ollin Tonal Machiotl meaning the Great and Venerable Mechanism of the Universe. Dr. Randall C. Jimenez, a former San Jose State University educator, and Richard B. Graeber, an engineering documentation specialist, have collaborated to create the first Technical Manual for the Aztec Calendar ever produced. [Note: The Aztec name was given to the Mechican Indians (ch as in chevron; sometimes spelled Mexican) by the writer W. H. Prescott in the early 19th century.] The Aztec Calendar Handbook, involving thousands of man-hours of effort to create, takes a blueprint style approach to a Historical Reference primer. Illustrated with over 150 technical drawings showing enlargement details, cut-away views, and computer-generated art, this new guidebook has been called the "ultimate" Aztec Calendar reference treatise. Distilled from over 240 sources and quoting direct eyewitnesses from the 1500's, it further includes a glossary of over 230 native words. This attractive book is made with parchment paper and has a leather-grained cover, making it resemble an ancient manuscript.The research for writing the Aztec Calendar Handbook was assisted by custom software to convert Native date designators into our modern calendar dating system. In this way, a researcher is able to convert and track the dates of events from surviving native history books, known as codices. Mountains of information could be processed more efficiently and accurately when correlating indigenous dates. Inversely, a Julian date can also be converted into the Mayan long-count system. It is then possible for the Mechican calendar-labeling scheme to be transposed over the count to generate a person's Aztec tonallo or spiritual name from their birth date. According to Native tradition, our current long-count cycle will be complete on the winter solstice 2012. A long-count cycle, credited to the Olmec/-Maya, is 5125 years and started in the year 3113BC. No one is really sure what will happen when the cycle ends, but the material in this book offers a solid foundation for figuring it out. By looking at myths, legends & history with an Aztec's perception of God, this new Manual provides needed answers to some important questions. Would you like to know about how and when the Maya influenced the design of the Aztec Calendar? Have you ever seen the Hopi version of the Plumed Serpent? Would you like to put the last 12,000 years into perspective? If so, then your library needs the Aztec Calendar Handbook. You will find yourself referring to it over and over again. No stone has been left unturned. [...] by Publisher : 'Aztec Calendar Handbook'



• Author :_G. A. Bergenroth
• Pages :_233 sheets
• ISBN-10 :_
• ISBN-13 :_MSU:31293028017261

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• Author :_Prudence M. Rice
• Pages :_280 sheets
• ISBN-10 :_9780292774490
• ISBN-13 :_0292774494

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• Description : In Maya Political Science: Time, Astronomy, and the Cosmos, Prudence M. Rice proposed a new model of Maya political organization in which geopolitical seats of power rotated according to a 256-year calendar cycle known as the May. This fundamental connection between timekeeping and Maya political organization sparked Rice's interest in the origins of the two major calendars used by the ancient lowland Maya, one 260 days long, and the other having 365 days. In Maya Calendar Origins, she presents a provocative new thesis about the origins and development of the calendrical system. Integrating data from anthropology, archaeology, art history, astronomy, ethnohistory, myth, and linguistics, Rice argues that the Maya calendars developed about a millennium earlier than commonly thought, around 1200 BC, as an outgrowth of observations of the natural phenomena that scheduled the movements of late Archaic hunter-gatherer-collectors throughout what became Mesoamerica. She asserts that an understanding of the cycles of weather and celestial movements became the basis of power for early rulers, who could thereby claim "control" over supernatural cosmic forces. Rice shows how time became materialized—transformed into status objects such as monuments that encoded calendrical or temporal concerns—as well as politicized, becoming the foundation for societal order, political legitimization, and wealth. Rice's research also sheds new light on the origins of the Popol Vuh, which, Rice believes, encodes the history of the development of the Mesoamerican calendars. She also explores the connections between the Maya and early Olmec and Izapan cultures in the Isthmian region, who shared with the Maya the cosmovision and ideology incorporated into the calendrical systems. [...] by Publisher : 'University of Texas Press'