Jodi Rowley, Vinh Quang Dau, Huy Duc Hoang, Tao Thien Nguyen, Duong Thi Thuy Le and Ronald Altig

highly variable in structure, duration, amplitude and frequency (Rowley et al., 2011 ). Figure 1. Breeding habitat of (A-B) G. gracilipes , (C-D) G. quangi , showing eggs on tips of leaves in C, and (E-F) G. supercornutus . This figure is published in color in the online version


Gutsfeld, Andreas (Münster)

[German version] (ᾠόν; ōión, ovum). In the ancient kitchen eggs of all domestic birds, such as ducks, pheasants, geese, chicken, peafowl, partridges and pigeons and occasionally even wild fowl, were used. In general usage the meaning of ‘egg’ was narrowed to chicken egg, which was known in Greece


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Klaes, Norbert

[German Version] The egg, focus of the mysterious processes of incubation and hatching, from the shell of which fresh new life bursts forth, was an important symbol in many ancient creation myths. The primordial Chaos out of which the cosmos arose was frequently depicted as a cosmic egg (e.g. in

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Ton G.G. Groothuis and Sarah B.M. Kraak

FEMALE PREFERENCE FOR NESTS WITH EGGS IS BASED ON THE PRESENCE OF THE EGGS THEMSELVES by SARAH B.M. KRAAK and TON G.G. GROOTHUIS1) (Zoological Laboratory, University of Groningen, P.O. Box 14, 9750 AA Haren, the Netherlands) (With 3 Figures) (Acc. 15-IX-1994) Summary In many fish species of

Other Fronts, Other Wars?

First World War Studies on the Eve of the Centennial


Edited by Joachim Bürgschwentner, Matthias Egger and Gunda Barth-Scalmani

Other Fronts, Other Wars? goes beyond the Western Front geographically and delves behind the trenches focusing on the social and cultural history of the First World War: it covers front experiences in the Ottoman and Russian Armies, captivity in Japan and Turkey, occupation at the Eastern war theatre, medical history (epidemics in Serbia, medical treatment in Germany) and war relief (disabled soldiers in Austria). It studies the home front from the aspect of gender (loosing manliness), transnational comparisons (provincial border towns) and culture (home front entertainments in European metropoles) and gives insight on how attitudes were shaped through intellectual wars of scientists and through commemoration in Serbia. Thus the volume offers a wide range of new approaches to the history of the First World War.
Contributors are Kate Arrioti, Altai Atlı, Gunda Barth-Scalmani, Joachim Bürgschwentner, Wolfram Dornik, Indira Durakovic, Matthias Egger, Maciej Górny, Andrea Griffante, Ke-chin Hsia, Rudolf Kučera, Eva Krivanec, Stephan Lehnstaedt, Bernhard Liemann, Tilman Lüdke, Andrea McKenzie, Mahon Murphy, Nicolas Patin, Livia Prüll, Philipp Rauh, Paul Simmons, Christian Steppan and Katarina Todić.

Daniel Eggers

Hobbes Studies 22 (2009) 70–103 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI 10.1163/187502509X415256 Liberty and Contractual Obligation in Hobbes * Daniel Eggers RWTH Aachen University, Philosophisches Institut, RWTH Aachen Eilfschornsteinstr. 16, 52062 Aachen, Germany E-mail: daniel.eggers