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Role of museums and botanical gardens in ecosystem services in developing countries: Case study and outlook
(International Journal of Environmental Studies, 2017)
Unprecedented environmental challenges require new tools. Knowledge based on scientific research is critical for the creation of environmental awareness and education in order to bring about behavioral changes in society ...
Khirbet Birzeit Research and Excavation1998 Seconed Excavation: The Pottery
(Palestinian Institute of Archaeology Birzeit University, 2000-01)
While no complete Vessels were recovered from either of the excavated squares, the ceramic finds included Early Islamic, Crusader, Ayyubed and Mamluk shreds . Most of the pottery came from fills (see Nashef in this ...
Khirbet Birzeit Research and Excavation 1999: The Pottery
(Palestinian Institute of Archaeology Birzeit University, 2000-07)
The pottery presented below embraces ceramic assemblages derived from Areas D. and B. of the excavation ( see the Arabic section, p.4, fig. 1). Area B. displays examples from the Ottoman and the Mamluk periods. The pottery ...
“New Arabic Inscriptions from the Bethesda Pool. Excavations in Jerusalem”
Numerous fragmentary Arabic inscriptions were recovered during the course of archaeological excavations and reconstruction work carried out under the aegis of the White Fathers between 1865 and 1967 within the area of the ...
"Veiled for Day”: Social Justice Experiments and Race Pedagogies
HNN- EXTENSIONS OF FINITE INVERSE SEMIGROUPS
(POLITECNICO DI M ILANO D EPARTMENT OF M ATHEMATICS, 2014)
The concept of HNN-extensions of groups was introduced by Higman, Neumann and Neumann in 1949. HNN-extensions and amalgamated free products have played a crucial role in combinatorial group theory, especially for algorithmic ...