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Author: Bryan Lawton

known mining districts of Cornwall and Devon. Highston, near the Tamar in east Cornwall, "would be a barren waste were it not for its rich workings of tin, which is both mined and streamed." He found sim- ilar conditions as he passed through Bodmin, Redruth, Lclant, St Just, and Newlyn. There were

In: Various and Ingenious Machines (2 vols.)
In: Warfare and the Age of Printing (4 vols.)
Author: Eltjo Buringh

written the (general lack of) preserva- tion of East African Swahili manuscripts provided high loss rates of round –90% per century. Such a value of a loss rate means it will be very diffi cult to get a reliable picture of anything older than a few centuries in tropical areas.72 With such high loss

In: Medieval Manuscript Production in the Latin West
Author: Anna Marie Roos

my Brother Will1 1. Lister indicated in his notebook this letter was sent in a packet with other pieces of cor- respondence to his friends Mr. Sharpe and John Peck. 50 Lister to Sharpe  0022 0022 Martin Lister to [Thomas] Sharpe Bordeaux, France, 13 November/23 November 1663 Source: Bodl. ms

In: The Correspondence of Dr. Martin Lister (1639-1712). Volume One: 1662-1677

events in Morocco, with a look at Tunisia's participation in the Algerian crisis. North Africa thus takes up about half the volume, the rest covering Europe, the Middle East, South-East Asia, and the Far East. Documents are presented in chronological order, with a table of contents classifying them

In: International Bibliography of Military History

2018: 133–134). The leather goods are now imported from China or elsewhere, rather than manufactured in the district (Li 2018: 136). Another migratory flow resulted from the “remigration” (Yamashita 2013: 528) of ethnic Chinese refugees coming from South-East Asia, specifically Cambodia, Laos and

In: Journal of Chinese Overseas

Introduction “Gay Free Zone”: in February 2011 street stickers appeared in the East London areas of Tower Hamlets and Hackney which condemned the ‘sins’ of homosexuality and warned of ‘Allah’s punishment’ (Roberts 2011). There was a universal outrage in the London press and media, not to mention in

In: Resistance and the City
Author: Hande Sözer

.” Middle East Report, no. 200 (July): 7–10. doi:10.2307/3013260. 218 BIBLIOGRAPHY Bucholtz, Mary, and Kira Hall. 2005. “Identity and Interaction: A Sociocultural Lin- guistic Approach.” Discourse Studies 7 (4-5): 585–614. doi:10.1177/1461445605054407. Butler, Judith. 1993. “Critically Queer.” In Bodies

In: Managing Invisibility

seem to have belonged to a new trend in north-east Africa. 87 Although their provenance cannot currently be macroscopically confirmed, faceted Sassanian stone beads are known to have been arriving in north-east Africa in the Late Roman and later periods, which is evidenced by the presence of so

In: Stories of Globalisation: The Red Sea and the Persian Gulf from Late Prehistory to Early Modernity

particular historical contexts. The determining factor that stands above the others is the Cold War context – which is worth recalling more than a quarter of a century after the fall of the Iron Curtain. From 1945 to 1989, Europe was divided between West and East, that is, between two economies, political

In: Beat Literature in a Divided Europe