Citations with the tag: AUXILIARY sciences of history
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- The Formation of the United Lineage in Korea.
Paik, Sungjong // History of the Family (Elsevier Science); 2000, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p75
ABSTRACT: The majority of Koreans belong to several notable family name-groups. Furthermore, most Koreans believe that, if they hold their family name in common, they have common ancestors. Today in South Korea many lineages, convinced that they have descended from a common ancestor, organize...
- Why Archaeology, the Ice Maiden, and the Great Wall.
Tyldesley, Joyce // dig; Jan2005, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p2
Answers several questions concerning archaeology.
Tyldesley, Joyce // Earth; Apr98, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p71
Presents several archaeological equipments, readings and products. Information content of `Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs;' Dome tent from Napier Enterprises; Online services for archeology.
- FROM THE EDITOR...
Berkson, Alice // Illinois Antiquity; Mar2004, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p2
Introduces a series of article on archeology.
- Archaeologies of Recent Rural Sicily and Sardinia: A Comparative Approach.
Mientjes, Antoon; Pluciennik, Mark; Giannitrapani, Enrico // Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology; Dec2002, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p139
Presents a comparative approach to the archeology of rural Sicily and Sardinia in Italy as of December 2002. Importance of sociopolitical factors in the Mediterranean environment; History of settlement in Sicily; Domination of Spaniards in the kingdom of Sicily.
- Abilene Public Library Genealogist to Present Historical Society Program.
Mientjes, Antoon; Pluciennik, Mark; Giannitrapani, Enrico // Twin Cities News (Munday, TX); 1/25/2007, Vol. 24 Issue 51, p5
The article previews the presentation of a program on genealogical research at the Haskell County Historical and Genealogical Society in Haskell County, Texas on February 5, 2007 by Joy Wiley and the Abilene Public Library.
- LETTERS TO THE EDITORS.
Mientjes, Antoon; Pluciennik, Mark; Giannitrapani, Enrico // History Today; Jan79, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p66
Presents comments on articles which deal with history.
- Toward A Poetics of the Archive Introduction.
Voss, Paul J.; Werner, Marta L. // Studies in the Literary Imagination; Spring99, Vol. 32 Issue 1, pi
Offers a look at archives. Archive as both a physical site and an imaginative site; Why an account of the archive cannot fail to acknowledge the paradoxical logic by which it runs; Architecture of the archive; History of the archive.
- Books Received (February 2012).
Voss, Paul J.; Werner, Marta L. // Bryn Mawr Classical Review; Mar2012, p1
A bibliography on the subject of auxiliary sciences of history is presented which includes the books "Reception and the Classics: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Classical Tradition" "Friendship and Empire: Roman Diplomacy and Imperialism in the Middle Republic (353-146 BC)" and "The Ears...
- AUXILIARY SCIENCES OF HISTORY.
Voss, Paul J.; Werner, Marta L. // Reference & Research Book News; Feb2007, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p32
A list of reference sources related to auxiliary sciences of history is presented, including "The Triumph of the Therapeutic; Uses of Faith After Freud," Philip Rieff, "The West at War," edited by Bradley C.S. Watson, and "The Last Crusade; Americanism and the Islamic Reformation, by Michael A....
- AUXILIARY SCIENCES OF HISTORY.
Voss, Paul J.; Werner, Marta L. // Reference & Research Book News; May2007, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p30
A list of articles related to auxiliary sciences of history that were published in several journals is presented including "The chaos point; the world at the crossroads," by Ervin Laszlo and "Readings in the Western humanities," 6th ed., v.2, by Roy T. Matthews and F. DeWitt Platt.
- Archaeology in Czechoslovakia: trends and approaches.
Venclov�, Natalie // Antiquity; Jun91, Vol. 65 Issue 247, p306
Introduces a series of articles on the trends and approaches used in the field of archaeology in Czechoslovakia, published in the volume 65, 1991 edition of the periodical 'Antiquity.' Study of the spatio-temporal changes in the frequency of Paleolithic and Mesolithic sites by Slavomil Vencl;...
- The Paute Valley Project in Ecuador, 1984.
Hammond, Norman; Bruhns, Karen Olsen // Antiquity; Mar87, Vol. 61 Issue 231, p50
South American archaeology is a field which ANTIQUITY all too rarely embraces, and we are glad to have this report (originally planned for volume 59, 1985) on a new project studying trans-Andean contacts between the Pacific coast and the Amazon jungles.
- The circumstances of the first prehistoric science in Italy.
Desittere, Marcel // Antiquity; Sep91, Vol. 65 Issue 248, p567
In another � and perhaps the last � of the sequence of contributions to ANTIQUITY on the subject of the invention of prehistory in various lands, the example of Italy is explored. Again, the basic inspirations, especially from geology, are the same; and again the particular form of Italian...
- Goodwin's graft, Burkitt's craft.
Shaw, Thurstan // Antiquity; Sep91, Vol. 65 Issue 248, p579
The record is put straight in a matter of who deserves credit for what in southern African archaeology.
- What future for our museums?
Middleton, Hannah // Geographical (Geographical Magazine Ltd.); Feb2007, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p108
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Plundering the Past," published in the January 2007 issue.
- What is Archaeology?
Xia Nai // Chinese Sociology & Anthropology; Summer1988, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p58
In this article, the author discusses the term "archaeology" with special reference to China. Ancient things are the subject of study of archaeology, but as a scientific discipline, archaeology is a very new field. Its origins, though, are very early because once a society has developed to a...
- Researcher examines ancient First Nation stomach bacteria.
Roden, Marjorie // Saskatchewan Sage; Apr2011, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p8
The article focuses on the study of Treena Swanston, a doctorate student in archaeology at the University of Saskatchewan, on Helicobacter pylori, a common stomach bacteria from a preserved man in a glacier discovered in by some hunters on the traditional lands of the Champagne and Aishihik...
- From immigrants to stayers: Micro-demography of a historical lineage in Sichuan, China.
Umeno, Yuki // History of the Family (Elsevier Science); 2008, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p268
Abstract: This paper studies the demographic profiles of Chinese domestic immigrants during the Qing era, using the genealogy of one lineage in Sichuan, Yunyang Tu-shi Zupu. The genealogy records individual life history beginning with the immigrant ancestors to Sichuan. This study mainly uses...
- One Hundred Years of Archaeology in Niger.
Haour, Anne C. // Journal of World Prehistory; Jun2003, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p181
This paper considers, under rough chronological headings, work undertaken in Niger in the past century. Sites relevant to the Pleistocene occupation of the Sahara, to the adoption of elements of a �Neolithic package,� to the (perhaps misleadingly late) occupation of the Sahel, to alleged...
- Issues on the Diversity and Emergence of Middle-Range Societies of the Ancient Caribbean: A Critique.
Curet, L. Antonio // Journal of Archaeological Research; Mar2003, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p1
Caribbean archaeology traditionally has focused on culture history and migrations while social and political issues have been mostly ignored. Recent studies, however, have begun to overcome these deficiencies by paying more attention to some of the intangible aspects of prehistoric groups and by...
- Current Research on Late Precontact Societies of the Midcontinental United States.
Schroeder, Sissel // Journal of Archaeological Research; Dec2004, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p311
Research during the past decade on Late Precontact societies (ca. A.D. 1000-1600/1700) in the Midcontinent, particularly Mississippian, Oneota, Fort Ancient, and Late Woodland, is strongly rooted in empirical approaches. While some of this work is pursued within a broadly evolutionary...
- PRESIDENT'S POINTS.
Schroeder, Sissel // Illinois Antiquity; Mar2004, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p1
Discusses various factors that attract people to archeology. Examples of artifacts that have been found; Significance of technology in archeology.
- FAMILY TREES ON THE WEB.
Kovacs, Diane K. // American Libraries; Aug2003, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p44
Discusses several aspects of genealogical Web sites in the Internet. Challenges in conducting reference interviews in genealogical research; Services offered by the Web; Limitations; List of Web sites for genealogy research.
- Molecular biographies.
Ben-Ari, Elia T. // BioScience; Feb99, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p98
Reports that anthropological geneticists are using the genome to decode human history. The work of geneticist Spencer Wells, who has been studying blood and DNA samples from people in Eastern Europe and Central Asia along the ancient east-west trade route, the Silk Road; Studies of migration in...
- New Perspectives on Sincu Bara, a First Millennium Site in the Senegal Valley.
McIntosh, Susan Keech; Bocoum, Hamady // African Archaeological Review; Mar2000, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p1
The 67-ha site of Sincu Bara was discovered and extensively excavated in the 1970s. Three primary aspects of its archaeological interest were its vast size, its location in the Middle Senegal Valley, where some of the earliest regional polities in West Africa arose, and the extensive and diverse...
- Israeli archaeology - ideology and practice.
Shay, Talia // Antiquity; Dec89, Vol. 63 Issue 241, p768
Perhaps more than any other country Israel is a state founded on a consciousness of history. How does this special place for history (especially for early history, where archaeology provides much evidence) influence the purpose and the manner of Israeli archaeology?
- Retrospect (But certainly not a necrology!).
Fagan, Brian // Antiquity; Mar2004, Vol. 78 Issue 299, p173
Presents an article that chronicles background and experiences in the field of archaeology. Achievements as archaeologist; Views on the importance of archaeology in a civilized society; Contributions in the field of archaeology.
Sicherman, Harvey; Barnett, Tracy L. // Oman; 2003, pN.PAG
Situated as it is between Africa, Europe, and the Far East, the Middle East has played a unique role in world history. Often described as the birthplace of religions (notably Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) and the cradle of civilizations (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Persia), this region and its...
- Archaeological classification: theory versus practice.
Adams, William Y. // Antiquity; Mar88, Vol. 62 Issue 234, p40
Classification is fundamental to all artefactual archaeology, and no one who works with artefacts can be unaware of the doubts that surround many classifications. How similar are the similar things that belong together? How different are the different things that belong apart? What do the...
- Easter Island: New Pieces in an Ancient Puzzle.
Van Tilburg, Jo Anne // Archaeology; Jul/Aug84, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p58
Focuses on archaeological works dealing with Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui. Monolithic statues found along the island's coast; Discoveries at the Rano Raraku quarry; Efforts of the Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena, California to rationalize archaeological finds in the are through the...
- On the public appeal of archaeology.
Prince, David R.; Schadla-Hall, R. T. // Antiquity; Mar87, Vol. 61 Issue 231, p69
Although 'archaeology and the public' is very much a matter of current concern, there is still very little actual information about what -- if anything -- the 'public" out there actually thinks of archaeology. The public of Kingston on Hull have been asked.
- Archaeology: the most basic science of all.
Embree, Lester // Antiquity; Mar87, Vol. 61 Issue 231, p75
The last British minister of education refused ever to use the phrase 'social sciences', since these studies were so soft -- by comparison with the real hard sciences like physics -- they did not count to him as sciences at all. Archaeology, sometimes accepted as a social science, is often...
- State Quarters Circulating in Virginia.
Eckberg, Bill // Virginia Numismatist; Spring2006, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p9
The article cites a study on the proportion of state quarters circulating in Virginia. The study also provides a picture of numismatics in the U.S. since the State Quarter Program, the most popular numismatic projects in the country, began. An analysis of the coins found by date and percentage...
- Introduction and Historical Context for the Archaeology of Institutions of Reform. Part I: Asylums.
Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood; Sherene Baugher // International Journal of Historical Archaeology; Mar2001, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p3
This introduction discusses the western cultural context that connects the following three articles of site-specific research on the Adelaide Destitute Asylum in South Australia, the Ross Female Factory (prison) in Tasmania and the Magdalen Asylum in Philadelphia. These institutions are a few of...
Chippindale, Christopher // Antiquity; Sep91, Vol. 65 Issue 248, p439
Editorial. Discusses the issues regarding archaeological practice and the study of antiquities. Resurgence of interests in the observance of classical manners in contemporary British and Arab architecture; Presentation of tables and figures to provide accuracy and integrity of scientific...
- Women's archaeology? Political feminism, gender theory and historical revision.
Gilchrist, Roberta // Antiquity; Sep91, Vol. 65 Issue 248, p495
Women's issues are deservedly a growing concern in archaeology, with concerns that run from the power (im)balance between the sexes in the present practice of archaeology to the technical question of how gender-relations are, or are not, recoverable from archaeological context. The several...
- A collector/dealer's view of antiquities.
Chesterman, James // Antiquity; Sep91, Vol. 65 Issue 248, p538
The archaeological literature, ANTIQUITY included, has often taken a severe view of the consequences, for archaeological collections and for archaeological knowledge, of private collections of antiquities. Here is another viewpoint on the issue.
- The Roystone Grange Archaeological Trail.
Chesterman, James // Antiquity; Nov84, Vol. 58 Issue 224, p206
The article presents an account of the Roystone Grange Archaeological Trail project headed by Richard Hodges and Martin Wildgoose. It highlights the problem caused by the presentation of archaeology as the driest dust that blows or as discoveries in which blood and thunder play a major role. It...
- AMS dating of rock art in the Laura Region, Cape York Peninsula, Australia -- protocols and results of recent research.
Cole, Noelene; Watchman, Alan // Antiquity; Sep2005, Vol. 79 Issue 305, p661
The authors describe rock art dating research in Australia using the oxalate method. While the array of dates obtained (which range from c. 1200 to c. 25 000 BP) show a satisfactory correlation with other archaeological data, there are mismatches which suggest that some motifs were often...
- From the President.
Joukowsky, Martha Sharp // Archaeology; Jan/Feb91, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p6
Presents the views of the author with regard to cooperation between archaeologists and teachers. Availability of basic archaeology courses; How archaeologists study artifacts in order to obtain knowledge about history, customs, and living habits; Consideration of archaeology as a career choice.
- On the Horns of a Dilemma: Paris, Languedoc and the Clash of Civilizations in Nineteenth‐Century France.
CARRETERO, LISE; ZARETSKY, ROBERT D. // French History; Dec2002, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p416
This article traces the evolution of local and national attitudes during the nineteenth century towards various forms of bullfighting in Languedoc. The state, be it monarchical, imperial, revolutionary or republican, shifted uneasily between sheer hostility and guarded acceptance of the two...
- Roots on the Web.
Kemp, Thomas Jay // School Library Journal; Jan98, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p47
Presents information on several Web sites which deals with genealogy. Ancestors; Ancestry HomeTown; Everton's Genealogical Helper; Family History Library.
- Introduction To The Auxiliary Sciences Of History.
DRAGAN, Ioan // Philobiblon: Transylvanian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research; 1999, Vol. 4-7, p426
The article reviews the book "Introduction to the Auxiliary Sciences of History," by Nicolae Edroiu.
- Historical Geographer of the Holy Land: Anson Rainey and His Career with the Landscapes of the Past.
DRAGAN, Ioan // Near Eastern Archaeology; Dec2008, Vol. 71 Issue 4, p243
The article presents an interview with noted archaeology scholar Anson Rainey. When asked how he got into the profession of ancient Near Eastern studies, Rainey says that while attending a seminary he found that biblical studies really interested him. He comments on his involvement in the field...
- Thomas Johann Seebeck (1770-1831).
Velmre, Enn // Estonian Journal of Engineering; Dec2007, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p276
Thomas Johann Seebeck, an Estonian-German physicist, chemist and physician was born in 1770 in Tallinn, Estonia. Educated in Tallinn, Berlin and G�ttingen, he lived and worked in Jena, Bayreuth, Nuremberg and Berlin, where he died in 1831. In this article, his main scientific achievements in...
- Remembering Bill Waldren.
Velmre, Enn // Earthwatch Institute Journal; Feb2004, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p21
This article pays tribute to Bill Waldren, archaeologist of the Oxford University and principal investigator of the Earthwatch Institute- supported Mallorca's Copper Age project, who died in November 2004. Waldren made tremendous contributions to enhance people's understanding of Mediterranean...
- EARTHWATCH--DIGGING PREHISTORY.
Belton, Laurie R. // dig; May/Jun2004, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p32
Presents artworks related to archaeology. Hercules; Queen of Egypt; Elasmotherian.
- Bir Osmanli B�rokrat Ailesi: Ke�ecizadelerden Salih Efendi.
Batur, Atilla // Journal of Academic Studies; May-Jul2006, Vol. 8 Issue 29, p71
Ottoman archive documents provide evidence-based information about the biographies of individuals who worked in government offices as well as about people being awarded or punished daring their life time. As these types of information can be verified by library records, they can sometimes be...
- The Good Old Faces.
Littell, Robert // New Republic; 7/13/27, Vol. 51 Issue 658, p202
The article presents a comparison of the old American biographies from that of the newly developed ones in the U.S. According to the author, the whole science of the official biography has already been changed and a new set of rules has been developed. He mentioned some omissions in the recent...