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El patrimonio cultural de las mujeres en el Parque industrial "Villa Flandria" Women cultural heritage in Villa Flandria′s Industrial Park  [cached]
M. Ceva,C. Tuis,A. Pak Linares
La Aljaba (Luján) , 2006,
Abstract: El presente trabajo es una síntesis de un proyecto que tiene como eje central la preservación y conservación de fuentes históricas locales a través de la creación de un archivo y de la fundación de un museo textil. Ambas actividades se desarrollan en el predio que ocupó la empresa Algodonera Flandria, en la localidad de Jáuregui, provincia de Buenos Aires. Dentro del patrimonio rescatado un lugar destacado es el registro que ha dejado para el estudio de la participación de la mujer en la industria argentina. This current work is a project summary whose backbone consists of the preservation and conservation of local historic resources through the creation of files and the foundation of a textile museum. Both activities are developed in the former company Algodonera Flandria located in the little town of Jauregui, in Buenos Aires Province. Part of the rescued heritage, is the register left for the studies of women participation in the Argentinian Industry.
El patrimonio cultural de las mujeres en el Parque industrial "Villa Flandria"
Ceva,M.; Tuis,C.; Pak Linares,A.;
La aljaba , 2006,
Abstract: this current work is a project summary whose backbone consists of the preservation and conservation of local historic resources through the creation of files and the foundation of a textile museum. both activities are developed in the former company algodonera flandria located in the little town of jauregui, in buenos aires province. part of the rescued heritage, is the register left for the studies of women participation in the argentinian industry.
Cambios en el patrón de desarrollo floral de Neoregelia 'Flandria' (Bromeliaceae) analizados mediante Cadenas de Markov Floral Developmental Pattern Changes on Neoregelia‘Flandria’(BROMELIACEAE) Analysed by Markov Chain methodologyADRIANA  [cached]
Pico Adriana,Chaparo de Barrera ángela
Acta Biológica Colombiana , 2003,
Abstract: Neoregelia 'Flandria'y N. 'Van Durme'son cultivares ornamentales de bromelias. Sussemillas no son viables y la propagación in vitrocausa alteraciones en el variegado delfollaje, por tanto la brotación vegetativa se constituye en la única opción de propa-gación estable. Este artículo hace referencia a los patrones de desarrollo floral (p) de72 bromelias y su relación con la brotación vegetativa por efecto de 3 tratamientos:ANA 190 ppm (T1), Ethrel: ANA + ETHREL (T2) y ETHREL, (T3), y divididos poredad: E1 y E2. El resultado de la aplicación de estos tratamientos fue que se obtu-vieron plantas más elongadas y 6 nuevos patrones. Mediante la metodología de cade-nas de Markov se estimaron la evolución de cada patrón hacia los demás a nivel deprobabilidad (si/no) y el porcentaje de esta para cada caso. Neoregelia 'Flandria'and N. 'Van Durme'are ornamental cultivars of Bromelia.Propagation by seeds is not viable and prunes constitutes the only way to propagateavoiding alterations. In this article the developmental floral pattern of 72 Bromeliastreated with ANA 190 ppm (T1), Ethrel: ANA + ETHREL,(T2) y ETHREL, (T3) anddivided into two age groups: E1 y E2 are shown. The treatments studied generated moreelongated plants and six new patterns. Using the Markov chain methodology theprobability to evolve to any pattern and the percentage of each were studied.
War narratives in the book of Chronicles: A new proposal in respect of their function
P.C. Beentjes
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2009, DOI: 10.4102/hts.v59i3.665
Abstract: Research has shown that the majority of the narratives on war in the book of Chronicles have been created by the Chronicler himself. This article offers a fresh proposal that war narratives in the book of Chronicles are to be read and explained as a reflection of the factual military impotence of Yehud during the Persian period. This military weakness has been transformed into a theological concept in which it is God who wages war in favour of the people seeking God. The outcome of these divine actions depends on the people of Judah’s attitude, whether they “seek the Lord” or “abandon the Lord”. Therefore, these war narratives should not be traced back to the concept of holy war.
Of Fine Wine, Incense and Spices: The Unstable Masculine Hegemony of the Books of Chronicles  [cached]
Roland Boer
Journal of Men, Masculinities and Spirituality , 2010,
Abstract: Is the double book of Chronicles in the Bible a solidly masculine zone, dominated by a seamless hegemony? This article suggests not. Making use of the theories of Louis Althusser, Antonio Gramsci and Antonio Negri on unstable hegemonies and constitutive resistance, the article looks for signs of trouble in the dominant hegemony of the text. It does so by exploring the utopian/dystopian ripples around a very phallic temple, the overdone camp of the mighty warriors, and the concern with crucial matters of cultic performance, such as utensils, cooking and interior design. In this respect, the study may be seen as another step not only in studies of masculinity, but in opening further new directions taken in the study of Chronicles in recent years.
Two versions of solomon’s prayer (1 kings 8 and 2 chronicles 6): a comparative study
D.F O’Kennedy
Acta Theologica , 2006,
Abstract: Solomon’s prayer is one of the most important prose prayers in the Old Testament. We find this prayer in two different theological and literary traditions of the Bible: 1 Kings 8:22-53 and 2 Chronicles 6:12-42. In the light of these parallel versions one may pose the following questions: What are the similarities and differences between the Kings and Chronicles versions? Did the Chronicler intentionally delete or insert certain passages? Did this influence the portrayal of the most important theological themes in Solomon’s prayer? The article discusses the main differences, especially in 2 Chronicles 6:13 and the last part of the prayer (1 Kings 8:50-51, 53; 2 Chronicles 6:41-42). The insertion of a quotation from Psalm 132 in 2 Chronicles 6:40-42 emphasises the important role that the Davidic covenant played in the theology of the Chronicler. Both versions proclaim the importance of prayer and forgiveness against the background of God’s presence in the temple. Article text in Afrikaans
Three Interesting 15th and 16th Century Comet Sightings in Kashmiri Chronicles  [PDF]
Subhash Kak
Physics , 2003,
Abstract: This note is about three interesting 15th and 16th century sightings of comets in Kashmiri chronicles. We provide reasons for their identification as the 1468 S1, 1531 (Halley's), and 1533 M1 comets.
iban ler ve Astrahan ler Devri Yerli Vakayinameleri//// Native Chronicles of the Shibanid and Astrahanid Periods  [PDF]
M.Bilal ?EL?K
History Studies : International Journal of History , 2012,
Abstract: The Uzbek State of Bukhara, established in the sixteenth century by Muhammad Khan Shibani, survived until 1920. In the meantime, three dynasties came to power successively: the Shibanids, Ashtrahanids, and Manghits. The members of these dynasties, on the one hand, tried to expand the state lands and to provide affluence and peace for the people; on the other hand, they wanted to have somebody write books so that their victories and doings for their subjects would be known to later generations. In the books called “chronicles”, chroniclers recorded political, social, economic and cultural events of country, according to eyewitness and also contacts’ reports. Thus they left a plentiful data for researchers. This article traces the most prominent native chronicles written in the Shibanid and Astrahanid dynasties of the Khanate of Bukhara revealing their main features.
Cicindela Formosa Generosa Dej.  [cached]
C. A. Frost
Psyche , 1946, DOI: 10.1155/1946/24857
Abstract:
COLONIAL AMERICAN LITERATURE: MARVELOUS WONDERS AND THE MEDIEVAL TRADITION IN LUSO-BRAZILIAN HISTORIOGRAPHICAL CHRONICLES COLONIAL American Literature: WONDERS maravilhoso e da tradi o medieval NO LUSO-BRASILEIRA historiográfica CHRONICLES  [cached]
Pedro Fonseca
Signótica , 1996, DOI: 10.5216/sig.v8i1.7361
Abstract: Este artigo apresenta uma analise interpretativa de certos aspectos do imaginário literário medieval e sua influência na forma o tropológica das cr nicas do Novo Mundo. A abordagem examina algumas das motiva es estéticas e mentais da tradi o medieval no discurso historiográfico luso-brasileiro colonial, principalmente em rela o a alguns relatos de descobrimentos e ocupa o inicial de terras brasileiras na América. This article presents an interpretative analysis of certain aspects of the medieval literary imaginary and its influence in the tropological formation of the New World chronicles. The approach examines some of the aesthetic and mental motivations of the medieval tradition in the colonial Luso-Brazilian historiographical discourse, principally in regards to some accounts of discoveries and initial occupation of Brazilian lands in America.
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