A medieval book that was looted by Vikings! Learn more about one of the most beautiful medieval manuscripts: The Stockholm Codex Aureus.
Blue is the second most common colour in medieval manuscripts, after red. Probably its most common colour source was azurite, a blue stone rich in copper, found in many countries of Europe. It is very hard, and has to be smashed and then ground patiently with mortar and pestle until it slowly and dustily turns to powder. Another blue, much more of a violet blue, was made from the seeds of the plant tumsole, now called Crozophora. But the blue prized above all others was ultramarine, blue from far beyond the sea, made from lapis lazuli, found naturally only in the region of Afghanistan. The journey that this stone must have taken to reach Europe is almost unimaginable, for it was available long before the time of Marco Polo, and it must have passed in bags from one camel train to another, to carts, and ships, a medium of commerce over and over again, before finally being purchased at enormous expense from the apothecaries of northern Europe. Good blue paint was valuable. In the twelfth-century ...
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This (now detached) leaf from one such book shows the great variety of creatures that could populate manuscripts of this type. Stylized white acanthus leaves merge into naturalistic branches surrounded by thistle and colorful blooms that look as if theyve landed haphazardly on the brilliant gold border. A dragonfly and a tiny goldfinch are also represented, almost as if theyre reading the text along with the human viewer.. In a manuscript known as the Katherine Hours (named for a previous owner), every page-turn reveals a world of flowers and insects. The calendar presents a veritable garden of daisies, violets, roses, forget-me-nots, foxgloves, and bluebells. Scenes from the life of Christ are framed by trellises, withered branches, or potted flowers.. Manuscript owners could also personalize their books by adding philosophical sayings or symbols, and flowers offered beautiful and subtle possibilities. Margaret of York, Duchess of Burgundy, was an avid patron of scribes and illuminators in ...
The Mittelman Lab has published a new manuscript in Nucleic Acids Research, reporting a method for accurately determining microsatellite repeat genotypes in human genomes. Microsatellite repeats are important determinants of human traits and disease, including many cancers. Read paper. ...
Search Engines and Databases__ __Austria__ ,a href=http://www.literature.at/collection.alo?from=1&to=50&orderby=author&sortorder=a&objid=1081&page=,Austrian Literature Online,/a, ALO is a digital library with more than 15.000 documents from the 11th Century up to the present. ALO originates from an initiative of the University Innsbruck Library, the University Library Graz and the Institute Integrated studies of the University of Linz. ,a href=https://homepage.univie.ac.at/Martina.Pippal/hssdata.htm,Illuminierte Handschriften aus Österreich (ca. 780 - ca. 1250),/a, The collected material is based on a database created within the framework of Friedrich Simaders project Early and High Medieval Book Painting in Austria. ,a href=http://manuscripta.at/m1/digitalisate.php,Manuscripta,/a, Medieval Manuscripts in Austria __Belgium__ ,a href=http://www.cicweb.be/en/index.php,Online guide to mediaeval manuscripts in Wallonia - Brussels (CICWEB),/a, ,a ...
Weve had a recent post about the discovery of new Gothic manuscript material (here), a palimpsest, where earlier (Gothic) writing had been removed and new (Latin) writing done on the same surface, apparently found by Chiara Faraggiana di Sarzana from Bologna University.* Now we have a pretty cool bit of news from medievalists.net about how multispectral imaging is allowing the discovery of new writing, here (and image from there as well ...
Recently a group of us went into our manuscripts store to have a look at some medieval genealogical rolls. We were examining Royal MS 14 B V, an English roll from the last part of the 13th century that contains quite a lot of marginalia, when one of our post-medieval...
My favourite Old English word - for the moment - is ylp. It means elephant. I was discussing this over lunch with my colleagues at the British Library, when someone asked a fair question: why was there a specific Old English word for elephant, when writers such as Ælfric (d....
Post-doc Fellow. Gabriele graduated at the University of Venice Ca Foscari (Italy) in 2003 and completed a PhD at the same university in 2007. His thesis included an edition and a translation of the Arabic original and the Hebrew version of the medieval alchemical treatise Liber de aluminibus et salibus. He has been a fellow at the Warburg Institute (London; 2007) and at the Chemical Heritage Foundation (Philadelphia, PA; 2008) and has worked as a field researcher for the Schoenberg Database of Medieval Manuscripts and the Library of Congress World Digital Library project. From 2010 to 2017, he was a Research Associate at the Genizah Research Unit (University of Cambridge, UK), where he has worked on a cache of almost 200,000 fragments of medieval manuscripts retrieved from the Genizah (storage room for sacred material) of the Ben Ezra Synagogue in Old Cairo. In Cambridge, he lectured on Medieval Medicine and Sciences at the Department of History and Philosophy of Science and held a Research ...
Recently in the British Librarys excellent Medieval Manuscripts blog a curator mentioned a post medieval colleague noticing a marginal illustration showing a knight engaging in combat with a snail. This is not a rare motif in medieval mss. The Medieval Manuscripts post covers the bibliography regarding the motif, including a blog post by Carl Pyrdum on Whats So Funny about Knights and Snails?. Various reasons for the popularity are proposed, but none are really convincing. I am therefore willing to propose another reason: Psalm 58. Heres Psalm 58 in the Wycliffe translation. This is a psalm about divine vengeance, and the section Im most interested in is this bit in verses 6-7: ...
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The correspondents say we have made this allegation a second time in Indian Pediatrics (IP) (3). Actually the allegation in Indian Pediatrics (IP) was sent first, soon after the NTAGI report was published in November 2009, well before the December 14, 2009 meeting with the Health Secretary. Pertinently, NTAGI authors did not respond to that letter, in spite of repeated reminders from the Editor. In the end, our letter was published in IP in June 2010 without a NTAGI response. The authors (JJ & JM) say they have refuted our IP letter in writing and in spite of that, we have made the allegation a third time in this editorialpublished in the IJMR in July 2010. We must point out respectfully that the reference they give of refuting in writing (Reference 11 in their letter) is an article that has not been published (even as we write this reply in August 2010). Perhaps it was written after our IP letter appeared on June 17, 2010 (3). Admittedly we do not have any powers of clairvoyance. We ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Transaplacentally Transmitted Anti-Measles Antibodies in Term and Preterm Infants. AU - Rau, A. T.K.. AU - Dhulia, A.. AU - Wilson, C. G.. AU - Chopra, G. S.. AU - Sarkar, P. K.. PY - 2002/3/1. Y1 - 2002/3/1. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=0036518410&partnerID=8YFLogxK. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=0036518410&partnerID=8YFLogxK. M3 - Article. C2 - 11910139. AN - SCOPUS:0036518410. VL - 39. SP - 282. EP - 288. JO - Indian Pediatrics. JF - Indian Pediatrics. SN - 0019-6061. IS - 3. ER - ...
DISCLAIMER: These manuscripts are provided as is without warranty of any kind, either expressly for a particular purpose, or non-infringement. Changes will be made to these manuscripts before publication. Review and/or use or reliance on these materials is at the discretion and risk of the reader/user. In no event shall the American Society for Microbiology be liable for damages of any kind arising from these materials; references to products or publications do not imply endorsement of those products or publications.. Accepted Manuscripts are PDF versions of manuscripts that have been peer reviewed and accepted but not yet copyedited. The manuscripts are published online as soon as possible after acceptance, on a weekly basis, before the copyedited, typeset articles are published. They are posted as is (i.e., as submitted by the authors at the modification stage) and do not reflect ASM editorial changes. No corrections/changes to the PDF manuscripts are accepted. Accordingly, there likely ...
We will consider methodology manuscripts that report a new method or technique of broad interest, or a significant improvement on an existing method that will accelerate discovery. Research manuscripts that bring fresh insights through the use of recently developed methods will also be considered.. Papers in our Registered Reports format will also be welcomed.. Submit your manuscript here. Please use the online submission system, and indicate in your covering letter that you would like the manuscript to be considered for the New Tools in Neurobiology series. If you would like to inquire about the suitability of a manuscript for consideration, please email a pre-submission inquiry to [email protected] ...
Manuscript and archival holdings housed in Special Collections comprise approximately 14,000 linear feet. The number of of codices exceeds two thousand titles, and the number of manuscript collections is approaching 1,000, with an estimate of the number of leaves in the multimillion. The earliest manuscript dates from the sixth century A.D..; the latest is present day. Although English-language materials predominate, Penn holds manuscripts in many foreign languages, including Arabic, Dutch, Flemish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Latin, Lithuanian, Persian, Portuguese, Sanskrit, Sinhalese, Spanish, Tamil, and Turkish.. Medieval and Renaissance manuscripts were originally acquired for their textual significance and not for their illuminations; current collection development embraces all manner of pre-1601 manuscript materials. Of particular note are the holdings in medieval philosophy and theology; medieval Catholic liturgical and devotional literature, including legends and lives of the saints; ...
One of the most memorable stories of the discovery of a hidden manuscript at the Folger occurred in 1984 when head of conservation Frank Mowery discovered a fragment of the earliest surviving manuscript written in England, picture to the right. It had been recycled in 1578 to bind two medical texts printed in London. Over the centuries, layers of paper were adhered over the vellum manuscript obscuring and hiding the text. In 1984, the book underwent conservation treatment and the manuscript (Eusebius Pamphili, Bishop of Caesarea. Historia ecclesiastica. Translated by Tyrranius Rufinus. England, ca. 640-650) was discovered in its binding. Because this early manuscript is outside of the scope of the Folgers collection policy, it was sold at auction and purchased by Sir Paul Getty. It now resides at the Wormsley Library outside London. While that instance was a quite remarkable find, the discovery of manuscripts in binding material is fairly common for book conservators. Early sixteenth-century ...
All submissions are initially assessed by a dedicated scientific editor specialised in the scientific topics covered in the manuscript, and may also be evaluated by an appropriate Editorial Advisory Board member or another external expert advisor. All research manuscripts and reviews published in the journal are subject to peer-review. Non-research articles, editorial material and commentaries are usually not reviewed, although editors may elect to undertake review in the interest of authoritative and balanced reporting.. Double blind review: As a default, the referees are aware of the identities of the authors and referee names are withheld from authors (single-blind review). We will withhold author names from referees on request by the authors. The authors may chose this option during the submission process, but it is the authors responsibility to anonymize their manuscript. The editorial offices will not edit the manuscript files submitted for anonymity and will not alert authors who have ...
Launched in 1943, Medicina Clínica is a fortnightly journal aimed at the promotion of clinical research and practice among internal medicine and other specialists. The key characteristics of Medicina Clínica are the scientific and methodological rigor of its manuscripts, the topicality of its contents, and, especially, its practical focus with highly useful information for clinical practice. Medicina Clínica is predominantly interested in publishing original research manuscripts, which are rigorously selected according to their quality, originality, and interest, and also in continued medical education-oriented manuscripts, which are commissioned by the journal to relevant authors (Editorials, Reviews, and Diagnosis and Treatment). These manuscripts contain updated topics with a major clinical or conceptual relevance in modern medicine ...
Launched in 1943, Medicina Clínica is a fortnightly journal aimed at the promotion of clinical research and practice among internal medicine and other specialists. The key characteristics of Medicina Clínica are the scientific and methodological rigor of its manuscripts, the topicality of its contents, and, especially, its practical focus with highly useful information for clinical practice. Medicina Clínica is predominantly interested in publishing original research manuscripts, which are rigorously selected according to their quality, originality, and interest, and also in continued medical education-oriented manuscripts, which are commissioned by the journal to relevant authors (Editorials, Reviews, and Diagnosis and Treatment). These manuscripts contain updated topics with a major clinical or conceptual relevance in modern medicine ...
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A just-accepted manuscript details an exciting new development in the fight against antibiotic resistance -- and underscores another peer-reviewed win for plant-based medicine. Scientists at Emory University, in conjunction with the University of Notre Dame, presented an exciting research manuscript that was published by The American Chemical Societys Infectious Diseases journal in June 2020. The peer-reviewed report is another scientifically validated example of the plant kingdoms intelligence when it comes to healing the body.. The research delivered hopeful findings detailing how a common shrubbery, the American beautyberry or bayberry, has potent properties that make it a powerful ally in the fight against antibiotic resistance. In their laboratory tests, researchers observed that compounds extracted from bayberry leaf worked to boost the efficacy of antibiotics against resistant strains of bacteria, specifically methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, commonly known as ...
This Editorial is the first publication from the journal Open Geomechanics, a radically open-access scientific journal for Geomechanics Research, edited by Geomechanics researchers for Geomechanics researchers. We believe that the results of scientific research should be available to all. For this reason, this journal is committed to publishing high quality work within the remit of diamond open access - free to publish and read. Our aim is to become a recognised journal in the field of geomechanics, and a launchpad for new ideas for the dissemination of research in this field. Research manuscripts (in any geomechanics related topics such as analytical, numerical or experimental studies) or case studies, negative results, as well as replicability or reproducibility studies are welcome.. ...
Manuscripts are submitted with the explicit understanding that the decision to include material will be made by the Editor-in-Chief in conjunction with his Section Editors. All authors have read and approved the manuscript subject to submission. It is the authors responsibility to obtain permission to reproduce any parts of other publications (i.e., tables, figures). Precise reference to the original work must be given in the legends. Statements in articles or opinions expressed by any contributor in any article are not the responsibility of the editors or the publisher. The publisher is not responsible for the loss of manuscripts through circumstances beyond their control.. The publisher will commit itself to make judicious use of the article in accordance with the aims and objectives of the association and make the article available to medical professionals at no cost.. Manuscript Submission ...
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Austin Journal of Vector Borne Diseases: Open Access is an open access, peer reviewed, scholarly journal dedicated to publish articles in all areas of vector borne diseases including existing or new policy in the relevant areas, impact of all types of vector borne diseases and related medical research methodologies. Vector-borne diseases are the infections transmitted by the bite of infected arthropod species, such as mosquitoes, ticks, triatomine bugs, sandflies, and blackflies. Arthropod vectors are cold-blooded (ectothermic) and thus especially sensitive to climatic factors. Or Vectors are organisms that transmit pathogens and parasites from one infected person (or animal) to another, causing serious diseases in human populations. These diseases are commonly found in tropical and sub-tropical regions and places where access to safe drinking-water and sanitation systems is problematic. Austin Journal of vector borne diseases welcomes research manuscripts, review articles, case reports, ...
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The Sixteenth International Conference on Information Processing (ICInPro-2021) is a conference that focuses on information processing in all facets of Computing and Computational Sciences. The ICInPro-2021 attracts researchers from all fields of Computing, Engineering, Robotics, Health Care to exchange ideas and present their work. Information Processing can deal with Computing, Internet of Things (IoT), Networking & Security, Robotics, Industry 4.0, Data Science, Management Science, Humanitarian Computing, Information Technology and Society, and other recent trends. The Sixteenth International Conference on Information Processing (ICInPro-2021) aims high standard research manuscript with the scope of Information Processing irrespective of the field ...
In the past decade, libraries have seen a shift towards a digital world. The imaging of manuscript and archive collections has changed from a highly specialized activity to one available to every academic researcher with a camera phone in their pocket. This presents research libraries with challenges both in terms of the collections that they curate and in terms of the material that their users create during the course of their research. For libraries with Asian collections, the books and manuscripts on their shelves represent the literary and cultural heritage of some of the most politically fragile and geographically remote areas of the world. Print culture came late to many of these areas and the production of manuscripts persisted well into the nineteenth century. The combination of these factors results in a research landscape in which endangered archives are the norm and records of their contents, or even their existence, are sparse or inextant.. Many of the Asian manuscript collections in ...
Welcome to the Booth Library manuscript index. The manuscript index contains links to finding aids for the collections of the Booth Library. Each finding aid has a description of that collection along with a listing of the items within that collection. The Booth Library staff and volunteers are updating the index daily in order to make your research experience more productive.. The Manuscript Index is arranged alphabetically by collection name. To access a finding aid, please click on its name.. To search the Manuscript Index for a specific research topic, please enter the term into the Search Library Box below. ...
Contributors KCC conceptualised and designed the study; coordinated, supervised and performed the data collection; carried out the data analysis and interpretation; drafted the initial manuscript; revised the manuscript; and approved the final manuscript as submitted. CTA conceptualised and designed the study; coordinated, supervised and performed data collection; carried out the data analysis and interpretation; reviewed and revised the manuscript; and approved the final manuscript as submitted. LLH contributed to the study design, carried out the data analysis and interpretation, reviewed and revised the manuscript, and approved the final manuscript as submitted. YKW contributed to the study design and data interpretation, reviewed and revised the manuscript, and approved the final manuscript as submitted. AML conceptualised and designed the study, coordinated and supervised the data collection, carried out data interpretation, reviewed and revised the manuscript, and approved the final ...
Special Collections holds devotional works dating from the thirteenth to the twentieth century. These include medieval manuscripts of Latin Psalters, Breviaries, and Books of Hours, early printed manuals for personal devotion in various languages, Hebrew Psalters, illuminated manuscripts for Muslim prayer, and a variety of modern publications for individual Christian prayer. Active collecting interests:. ...
The most interesting points to me were, first, his explanation (in part of a discussion of availability of data) of just how expensive and time consuming medieval manuscript production was: he said a single manuscript cost the equivalent of $25,000 in todays money. If true, that explains very well why books were so rare, and precious: why the Merton College library kept all its books in a single huge chest with three great locks, the key to each of which was carried by a different person. Or why, later on when they got more books (I assume in the first century or so of printing), they chained them to the shelves to keep them going walkabout. He said that cost fell by about 500%** with the advent of printing -- still expensive, but no longer prohibitively so. Im sure there were more and less expensive Mss (depending on the length of the text and the amount of decoration incorporated into it), but if Silvers figure is anywhere near right, its illuminating ...
On Airs, Waters, and Places By Hippocrates Translated by Francis Adams PART 1 Whoever wishes to investigate medicine properly, should proceed thus: in the first place to consider the seasons of the year, and what effects each of them produces for they are not at all alike, but differ much from themselves in regard to their changes. Then the winds, the hot and the cold, especially such as are common to all countries, and then such as are peculiar to each locality. We must also consider the qualities of the waters, for as they differ from one another in taste and weight, so also do they differ much in their qualities. In the same manner, when one comes into a city to which he is a stranger, he ought to consider its situation, how it lies as to the winds and the rising of the sun; for its influence is not the same whether it lies to the north or the south, to the rising or to the setting sun. These things one ought to consider most attentively, and concerning the waters which the inhabitants use, ...
Instruments of Reduction By Hippocrates Translated by Francis Adams PART 1 With regard to the construction of bones, the bones and joints of the fingers are simple, the bones of the hand and foot are numerous, and articulated in various ways; the uppermost are the largest; the heel consists of one bone which is seen to project outward, and the back tendons are attached to it. The leg consists of two bones, united together above and below, but slightly separated in the middle; the external bone (fibula), where it comes into proximity with the little toe, is but slightly smaller than the other, more so where they are separated, and at the knee, the outer hamstring arises from it; these bones have a common epiphysis below, with which the foot is moved, and another epiphys is above, * in which is moved the articular extremity of the femur, which is simple and light in proportion to its length, in the form of a condyle, and having the patella (connected with it?), the femur itself bends outward and ...
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An account of the way chromosomal inversions have been used to reconstruct the phylogeny of Hawaiian fruitflies. One of a series of great papers by Carson on the evolution of this amazing group of flies.. ...
Dr Hatch-Stein carried out the data analyses, drafted the initial manuscript, and revised the manuscript; Dr Zemel conceptualized and designed the study and reviewed and revised the manuscript; Ms Prasad coordinated and supervised data collection at 1 of the 2 sites and critically reviewed the manuscript; Dr Kalkwarf conceptualized and designed the study and critically reviewed the manuscript; Dr Pipan conceptualized and designed the study, recruited subjects, and reviewed and revised the manuscript; Dr Magge conceptualized and designed the study and reviewed and revised the manuscript; Dr Kelly conceptualized and designed the study and reviewed and revised the manuscript; and all authors approved the final manuscript as submitted and agree to be accountable for all aspects of the work. ...
Study Objective: To appraise critically the clinical indications for diagnostic evaluation of carotid artery disease and the efficacy, safety, limitations, and relative costs of commonly used noninvasive diagnostic tests.. Design: Formal decision analysis to determine the relative value of several diagnostic strategies and information synthesis of studies evaluating noninvasive diagnostic tests.. Setting: We did a secondary analysis of the literature, using available data to generate estimates for the probability of selected, clinically important events and the utilities of relevant outcomes observed in patients when carotid artery disease is present or absent, and we critically appraised studies reported since 1980 to estimate the sensitivity and specificity, safety, limitations, and costs of diagnostic tests.. Main Results: For patients with asymptomatic neck bruits who are and who are not being considered as candidates for other vascular surgery, no diagnostic testing is recommended. For ...
The present collection of medical manuscripts is unique. Some of these manuscripts are available only in this collection. Only a few manuscripts of other books have been recorded in the manuscript depositories of the World. However, all of these books are fundamental works and once were widely used all over the Muslim World. With time many manuscripts were lost. Therefore, the present collection is unique and irreplaceable. It is kept by the Institute of Manuscript of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences (IMANAS) named after Mahammad Fuzuli ...
At this period, the St. Jerome Bible was not transcribed as often as one would expect in the country of its origin and the very land which held the seat of the Roman Church. During the greater part of the 13th century, while the popes were greatly concerned with gaining political power, art was at a low ebb in Italy, and religious manuscripts were comparatively few and far inferior to the work of monastic scribes in Germany, France, and England. But with the great wealth accumulating in Italy during the 14th century through commerce and the Crusades, this country soon surpassed in richness as well as in numbers the manuscript output of all other nationalities. The rich black lettering of this manuscript is in the transitional rotunda script and is excecuted with skill and beauty. It is supplemented by initial letters in rich ultramarine blue and deep cinnabar (vermilion), which colors are reflected in the ornament of the romanesque capitals. All of these factors combine to indicate that the ...
A highly important medieval manuscript that was once feared lost has been acquired by the National Library of Scotland.. The 700-year-old Breviary, from Sweetheart Abbey near Dumfries, contains the text for many of the monastic prayers that would have been used in medieval Scotland. It is in remarkably good condition and is an extremely rare example of an early religious manuscript that was both written and used in Scotland.. It is the Librarys most important medieval manuscript acquisition in 30 years.. Prior to its appearance on sale at an auction in Vienna, the Breviarys whereabouts were unknown for some 300 years. The last known trace was in 1715, when it was listed in a printed library catalogue.. National Librarian Dr John Scally described the Breviary as a significant addition to the national collection, that sheds new light on our collective past.. Read more in our Sweetheart Breviary press release. 17 February 2016. ...
Manuscripts on these, as well as additional types of research, will be accepted at any time. Feature Manuscripts should follow the guidelines of fifth edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA, 2001). When research from other individuals is included in the manuscript, it must be properly cited in accordance with the American Psychological Association Manual (5th edition). All articles are refereed by at least two experts in the field of special education. Accepted manuscripts may be revised for clarity, organization and length. The Editorial Board of JAASEP reserves the right to suggest revisions, changes and corrections and to decide the final acceptance and publication schedule of accepted manuscripts. If you wish to supply a paper for inclusion in the Feature Manuscripts section, please read the Author Guidelines for Submission of Feature Manuscripts and follow the simple step-by-step procedures for submission. ...
General Information. - Paper Submission Guide: MS-Word or PDF. - Paper Template: MS-Word. - Application Form for Free Print Journals: MS-Word (Authors only). Manuscript Selection. The Canadian Center of Science and Education (CCSE) has developed a manuscript-selection system called the Star System for Journal Quality.. Step 1: Basic Check. The editor or editorial assistant checks a received manuscript to determine whether it fits the journals aim and scope. Manuscripts out of the journals scope are rejected. Articles published fully or partly in other publications/websites are not reviewed or accepted.. Step 2: Similarity Check. Please be aware that we check all submitted manuscripts for plagiarism. We use CrossCheck (powered by iThenticate, the leading plagiarism-detection system) to check for similarity to previously published documents. All manuscripts containing plagiarism, including self-plagiarism, and dishonesty are rejected.. Step 3: Peer Review. We use a double-blind system for peer ...
General Information. - Paper Submission Guide: MS-Word or PDF. - Paper Template: MS-Word. - Application Form for Free Print Journals: MS-Word (Authors only). Manuscript Selection. The Canadian Center of Science and Education (CCSE) has developed a manuscript-selection system called the Star System for Journal Quality.. Step 1: Basic Check. The editor or editorial assistant checks a received manuscript to determine whether it fits the journals aim and scope. Manuscripts out of the journals scope are rejected. Articles published fully or partly in other publications/websites are not reviewed or accepted.. Step 2: Similarity Check. Please be aware that we check all submitted manuscripts for plagiarism. We use CrossCheck (powered by iThenticate, the leading plagiarism-detection system) to check for similarity to previously published documents. All manuscripts containing plagiarism, including self-plagiarism, and dishonesty are rejected.. Step 3: Peer Review. We use a double-blind system for peer ...
An illuminated manuscript is a manuscript in which the text is supplemented with such decoration as initials, borders (marginalia) and miniature illustrations. In the strictest definition, the term refers only to manuscripts decorated with either gold or silver; but in both common usage and modern scholarship, the term refers to any decorated or illustrated manuscript from Western traditions. Comparable Far Eastern and Mesoamerican works are described as painted. Islamic manuscripts may be referred to as illuminated, illustrated or painted, though using essentially the same techniques as Western works. The earliest extant substantive illuminated manuscripts are from the period 400 to 600, produced in the Kingdom of the Ostrogoths and the Eastern Roman Empire. Their significance lies not only in their inherent artistic and historical value, but also in the maintenance of a link of literacy offered by non-illuminated texts. Had it not been for the monastic scribes of Late Antiquity, most ...
The Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition solicits original research manuscripts in areas of developmental biology and pathogenesis broadly related to intestinal, hepatobiliary, and pancreatic functions. All articles are published as PAP (Published-Ahead-of-Print) within 3-5 days of acceptance. The backlog of Original Articles is now only 3-4 months for in-print publication. Manuscripts with novel scientific data or findings of primary public health importance may be submitted for rapid publication. These submissions are prioritized for publication following a rapid review process completed in 10 days or less. The usual turnaround time from initial submission to PAP is less than 2 weeks, with publication in the next issue (approximately 2 months). Manuscripts should be submitted online to: http://jpgn.edmgr.com.. Guidelines for authors can be accessed online at http://edmgr.ovid.com/jpgn/accounts/ifauth.htm. ...
Robert “Bob” Lee Wallace, 89, of Winchester, IN, passed after a short illness on September 10, 2021. Bob is survived by: his wife of 37 years, Marcia Wallace; daughter, Vesta Whisler (fiancee’ Aron Chafin) of Perry, GA; son, Michael (Denise) Wallace of Winchester, IN; son Bill (Teresa) Wallace of Noblesville, IN; son-in-law Steve Wendell of Southport, IN; brother, Jim (Winnie) Wallace of Winchester, IN; sister-in-law, Theresa Wallace of Winchester; grandchildren: Rob Wallace of Houston, TX; Regina (Shane) Tyree of  Indianapolis, IN; Jenny (Tim) Williamson of Macon, GA; Michele (Scott) Patterson of Winchester, IN; Patricia Wallace, Greenville, NC; Christopher (Tiffany) Wallace of Avon, IN; Sarah Yoder (fiancee’ Stacey McIntyre) of Warner Robins, GA; Cynthia Wallace (Christi Beatty) of Winchester, IN; Kyle Wallace (fiancee’ Chloe Greene) of Noblesville, IN; 14 great-grandchildren; and 2 great-great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, William and
In 2015, the Journal of Gambling Issues (JGI) Editorial Board announced our plans to institute an annual Scholars Award. The goal of this new award was to support outstanding scholars in the problem gambling research area. We hoped to increase submissions to the journal from up-and-coming gambling researchers and to profile their work each year in a special issue. Graduate scholars and postdoctoral fellows conducting research in problem gambling were invited to submit their best work for consideration for the award and for publication in the journal. We invited submissions in two streams: Category A - Clinical, Social, and/or Policy Research; and Category B - Cognitive, Developmental, Biobehavioral, and/or Neuroimaging Research. We received more submissions than we had anticipated: a total of 13, six for Category A and seven for Category B. Submitted articles underwent the normal double-blind peer-review process that we use at the JGI for regular research manuscripts. All manuscripts that ...
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John s guide to tricky English grammar rules. The title is pretty self-explanatory: these are some rules and examples of constructivist learning vygotsky, tricky, confusing, frequently abused/ignored, or difficult-to-remember aspects of badge, English grammar. Many of the example sentences are about science or medicine because I edit biomedical research manuscripts written by foreigners to improve their language and grammar to the level of native English speakers, so I ve used their errors to teach from. I should also note that many of these issues are more properly classified under style or usage . Table of theory vygotsky, contents. 20. Parallelism with the human saudi, word both or either. 21. Constructivist Learning Theory? If X had happened vs. *If X would have happened (past perfect vs. conditional) I start with this because it is important to me. Or, maybe, it s important to me that people agree with me. The Red Badge? In truth, those are probably the theory, same thing. Serial commas are ...
Todays quote is from the first two lines of a research manuscript about the neuroscience of Schadenfreude that appeared in a recent issue of Science. Envy is one of the seven biblical sins, the Shakespearian green-eyed monster, and what Bertrand Russell called an unfortunate facet of human nature. It is an irrational, unpleasant feeling and…. ...
The Wallace Group is a privately owned Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Group headquartered in Goa, India.. Incorporated in the late 1960s as a joint venture with Carter Wallace Inc. and Menezes family, the Wallace Group is primarily engaged in the manufacture and marketing of formulation products in India as well as abroad. The Group comprises of Wallace Pharmaceuticals, Indi Pharma and Goodwin Biotechnology Inc.. The Wallace Group employs over 2300 personnel with offices and facilities in several key locations in India and around the world. The Wallace Group comprises of Wallace Pharmaceuticals, Wallace Laboratories, Indi Pharma.. Every day, millions of people enjoy the benefits of products from the Wallace Group. Your health and well-being is our passion. Thats why we offer a broad range of affordable pharmaceutical products, ranging from antibiotics and gastro-intestinal products, to products for skin care, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and scores of other serious conditions. Whatever your ...
The aim of future projects and collaboration using OCR with medieval manuscripts should be to share not only results but also data for the whole process so that others are able to build upon research for future improvements. While these are already fundamental aspects of many endeavors in digital humanities, the case of OCR for medieval sources underscores the necessity of open sharing. After all, our experiments and results are only one starting point, and our hope is that future research will improve the possibilities presented here. Furthermore, while we have used OCRopus for the experiments presented in this article, collaborative, open sharing allows for use with other OCR engines and different techniques. None of our results would be possible without open-source software, collaboration, open access to digitized manuscripts as facilitated by libraries, and, in some cases, the previous work of those experimenting with OCR. Like other ANN software, OCRopus does not come with training built ...
ancient Egypts most important legacy. Columbia has a sizable collection of Greek papyri and Arabic texts. Today relatively few papyri make it into the market, at enormous prices; the few thousand dollars a year that Columbia President Nicholas Murray Butler allowed historian William Linn Westermann to spend on papyri earlier in this century were a good investment. We also bought more than 4,000 ostraca (broken potsherds or stone chips with writing on them), mostly in Coptic Egyptian, from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the early 1960s; these came from their excavations across the Nile from Luxor. These materials record everything from high literature to documents of daily life. Some literary fragments are either ancient witnesses to works known otherwise from medieval manuscripts or texts hitherto lost in antiquity; I recently looked at a neatly lettered ostracon in Coptic and realized that it was a few verses of St. Paul (2 Cor. 5:17-19). Mostly, however, our texts are private letters or ...
Each Manuscript received by the journal is assigned a manuscript number. The author is expected to mention the respective manuscript number in all relevant communications. Editorial decision will be conveyed to the corresponding author within 6 weeks from the date of submission. If the manuscript is accepted for publication all the authors should be willing to transfer copyright of the manuscript to the publisher of SRJM. This requires submission of our copyright transfer form duly signed by all authors of the manuscript. Three Paper copies of the manuscript in the prescribed format should be submitted to Dr.K.V.Somasundaram, Chief Editor - SRJM & Dean of Faculties, Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research (Deemed to be University), Porur, Chennai - 600 116 One Digital copy of the manuscript should be given in a compact disc or e-mailed to [email protected] ...
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ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1963-0972 (2007). How Science and Policy Combined to Combat Air Pollution Problems. IIASA Research Report (Reprint). IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: RP-07-002. Reprinted from Environmental Policy and Law, 37(4):336-340 [2007]. ...
I work on questions of a quantitative nature that trigger my curiosity. Currently these questions concern medieval manuscripts, coin finds, urbanisation, transportation, institutions and technology in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East between Classic Antiquity and circa 1800. My main interest is to find out whether the found quantitative estimates (cliometrics) and their spatial and temporal distributions can be seen as proxys for the local economic development at the time; and how we can explain the mechanisms influencing these phenomena and describe them (cliodynamics). ...
With the advent of the printing press and moveable type at this time, printed books began to supersede hand-copied medieval manuscripts, and labor-intensive techniques were soon developed to integrate text and illustrations on the printed page. The same technology was used to pirate the illustrations of prior authors with varying fidelity. ... The most important milestone in the development of anatomy and anatomical illustration was the publication in 1543 by Andreas Vesalii of De humani corporis fabrica. With this work, Vesalii succeeded in coordinating a publication production team (author, artists, block cutters, publisher, and typesetters) to achieve an unprecedented integration of scientific discourse, medical illustration, and typography. However, despite Vesaliis valiant efforts to prevent unauthorized duplication, the illustrations from the Fabrica were extensively plagiarized. Although Vesalii found such piracy frustrating and annoying, the long-term effect was to make Vesaliis ideas ...
With the advent of the printing press and moveable type at this time, printed books began to supersede hand-copied medieval manuscripts, and labor-intensive techniques were soon developed to integrate text and illustrations on the printed page. The same technology was used to pirate the illustrations of prior authors with varying fidelity. ... The most important milestone in the development of anatomy and anatomical illustration was the publication in 1543 by Andreas Vesalii of De humani corporis fabrica. With this work, Vesalii succeeded in coordinating a publication production team (author, artists, block cutters, publisher, and typesetters) to achieve an unprecedented integration of scientific discourse, medical illustration, and typography. However, despite Vesaliis valiant efforts to prevent unauthorized duplication, the illustrations from the Fabrica were extensively plagiarized. Although Vesalii found such piracy frustrating and annoying, the long-term effect was to make Vesaliis ideas ...
With the advent of the printing press and moveable type at this time, printed books began to supersede hand-copied medieval manuscripts, and labor-intensive techniques were soon developed to integrate text and illustrations on the printed page. The same technology was used to pirate the illustrations of prior authors with varying fidelity. ... The most important milestone in the development of anatomy and anatomical illustration was the publication in 1543 by Andreas Vesalii of De humani corporis fabrica. With this work, Vesalii succeeded in coordinating a publication production team (author, artists, block cutters, publisher, and typesetters) to achieve an unprecedented integration of scientific discourse, medical illustration, and typography. However, despite Vesaliis valiant efforts to prevent unauthorized duplication, the illustrations from the Fabrica were extensively plagiarized. Although Vesalii found such piracy frustrating and annoying, the long-term effect was to make Vesaliis ideas ...
By Laura Mitchell. Charms can be found in all manner of medieval manuscripts, scrawled in the margins or added (seemingly at random) on blank pages and in the flyleaves. Usually they were simply stuck in some place convenient by someone who thought they would be useful or interesting to have on hand. However, charms also appear in medieval recipe collections, mixed in with recipes for nosebleeds or toothaches or different coloured inks. In these contexts, where does one separate the charm from the recipe? Should they even be separated?. Lets back up a minute and think about exactly what I mean by a charm in fifteenth-century England. In medieval Europe, the forms of charms and recipes are generally the same. Both are formulas, whether spoken, written, or chanted. Both have an oral and a written component. And both used words and phrases from the Bible, liturgy, and other religious texts familiar to the average medieval person.[1] For example, the Flum Jordan charm to staunch blood is based on ...
It begins early one morning in Paris when the magnificent tranquility of the is shattered by the death of an eminent if unpopular (and oddly obscure) professor of medieval literature. Why would Albert Cadas have thrown himself out his office window to the cobblestones below? Meanwhile, Valentine Savi, a talented young restorer we learn was canned from her position at the Louvre after a project went hideously awry, receives a visit from an enigmatic elderly gentleman with a unique commission: to restore a priceless medieval manuscript by one Vasalis, a cleric up against Pope Clement IV. Naturally it contains a secret of eternal fascination to scholars. And naturally those who would wrest it from her are ruthless and probably part of a dark cabal. Her ebullient friend Hugo Vermeer, a larger than life Dutch aristocrat, epicure, and crook, and David Scotto, the one graduate student Cadas death has screwed over, and her new mentor are all part of the action. As it winds through the narrow streets ...
It begins early one morning in Paris when the magnificent tranquility of the is shattered by the death of an eminent if unpopular (and oddly obscure) professor of medieval literature. Why would Albert Cadas have thrown himself out his office window to the cobblestones below? Meanwhile, Valentine Savi, a talented young restorer we learn was canned from her position at the Louvre after a project went hideously awry, receives a visit from an enigmatic elderly gentleman with a unique commission: to restore a priceless medieval manuscript by one Vasalis, a cleric up against Pope Clement IV. Naturally it contains a secret of eternal fascination to scholars. And naturally those who would wrest it from her are ruthless and probably part of a dark cabal. Her ebullient friend Hugo Vermeer, a larger than life Dutch aristocrat, epicure, and crook, and David Scotto, the one graduate student Cadas death has screwed over, and her new mentor are all part of the action. As it winds through the narrow streets ...
Codex Gigas, also known as the Devils Bible, is the largest and probably one of the strangest medieval manuscripts in the world.
DAVID KRONEMYER: The Codex Gigas is a medieval manuscript containing a version of the Bible and various other then-current tracts. It is most notable for its
Theres an image that recurs again and again in Medieval manuscripts, but no one knows why. It is a picture of a knight in combat with a snail. This is no ordinary snail. Its usually giant-sized, with antennae out, while the knight has his weapon raised as if to finish it off. The majority of the…
For now, the most significant revelation that the manuscript itself establishes is that a Dr. Howard tried in vain to have God shoved out of the book and his idea of faith subsitituted in its place. Thus the manuscript shows that an effort was made to remove the word Heavenly Father from the important last line of Dr. Bobs story on page 181 of the Big Book and substitute faith in its place. But Dr. Bob would have none of it. Neither, apparently, did the others like Wilson and Parkhurst who championed the manuscript. For very very often, the word God was circled, obviously for delation in favor of susbsituting faith instead. The efforts seem uniformly to have failed. And today, the word God, descriptions of Him as Creator, Maker, Heavenly Father, Father of Lights, and Father remain. In short, the attempt by some physician to insert universal faith into the heart of the Big Book FAILED. And some of the other items will be discussed as time goes by. God Bless, Dick B. www.dickb.com ...
Each year a recipient of the Linda Munson Pathology Manuscript Award will receive $250 for the best zoo or wildlife pathological manuscript published each year by a graduate student or resident in either the Journal of Wildlife Diseases or the Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. Criteria is established by the Education Committee and manuscripts reviewed by a designated group of individuals in the practice of pathology.. ...
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Contributors CJR: designed the study, contributed to the running of study, recruited patients to the study, analysed results, and reviewed and contributed to the writing of manuscript; AB, WSN and ZH: contributed to the study design, reviewed the analysis, and reviewed and contributed to the writing of the manuscript; CS: managed trial sites and reviewed and contributed to the writing of the manuscript; NT: contributed to the study design, data custodian during the trial conduct, reviewed the analysis, and reviewed and contributed to the writing of the manuscript; PB, MDR, AMV and TJL: contributed to running of the study, recruited patients to the study, analysed the results, and reviewed and contributed to the writing of the manuscript; LS: analysed the results, reviewed and contributed to the writing of the manuscript; AB: contributed to running of the study, assisted in the analysis of the results, and reviewed and contributed to the writing of the manuscript; MW: contributed to the study ...
Posthumously, Wallaces most famous work would be one he never got the chance to see: Out of the many scripts he penned for RKO, Merian C. Coopers gorilla picture had the most lasting influence, becoming the classic 1933 King Kong.. Wallace had written the initial 110-page draft for King Kong over five weeks, from late December 1931 to January 1932. The movie was initially to be called The Beast, and this was the name of Wallaces treatment. Wallaces own diary described the writing process for this draft: Cooper fed aspects of the story (inspired partly by an aspiration to use as much footage of an abandoned RKO picture with a similar premise, Creation, as possible) in story conferences and phone conversations; Wallace then executed Coopers ideas, the latter approving the developing script on a sequence-by-sequence basis. While working on the project, Cooper also screened various recent films for Wallace to put him in the right mindset, including Tod Brownings Dracula and James Whales ...
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Insights in Blood Pressure - Open Access uses Online Manuscript Submission, review and tracking systems for quality and quick review process. Reviewers can download manuscripts and submit their Reviews/Rebuttal form to the Editor and Publisher. Editors and Publisher will accomplish the peer review process.. Manuscripts number will be provided to the corresponding author within 48 hours.. Insights in Blood Pressure. Submit Manuscript Here ...
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The peer-review process instills rigor into the publication of scientific manuscripts. Editing the manuscript in response to the reviewers comments adds clarity to the paper. Reviewers often ask me what is expected of them, whether their feedback was useful. This editorial and the following one will provide some ideas on how to approach a review. At the Journal of Swine Health and Production, each manuscript is reviewed by two or three people with their own areas of expertise. Together, we expect they will identify the strengths and weaknesses of the manuscript. What follows is a more general approach to reviewing the introduction and methods sections of manuscripts.. It takes substantial time to thoroughly review a manuscript. Personally, I write comments on the paper as I conduct my review and put question marks beside confusing sections.. In the introduction, the author must provide sufficient background information to understand what is already known about the subject matter and to justify ...
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Collection (1998-0229, 1998-0450, 1998-0455, 1999-0318, 1999-0365, 2000-0152, 2000-0184) (11950 items, 109.6 lin. ft.; dated 1967-1999) contains the files of published and unpublished manuscripts on the history of economics, arranged for the most part in chronological groupings and then alphabetically by author, along with referees comments and editors correspondence.. The addition (2001-0018) (100 items, 0.3 lin. ft.; dated 1995-1998) contains 23 manuscripts accepted for publication and their associated correspondence.. The addition (2001-119) (450 items, 0.6 lin. ft.; dated 1995-2000) comprises files of published and rejected manuscripts. There is also information pertaining to the founding of the journal. The addition (2001-0180) (200 items, 1.5 lin. ft.; dated 1998-2001) contains rejected manuscripts. The addition (2001-0194) (150 items, 1.0 lin. ft.; dated 1995-2001) contains 40 manuscripts accepted for publication and their associated correspondence. Five manuscripts included ...
Collection (1998-0229, 1998-0450, 1998-0455, 1999-0318, 1999-0365, 2000-0152, 2000-0184) (11950 items, 109.6 lin. ft.; dated 1967-1999) contains the files of published and unpublished manuscripts on the history of economics, arranged for the most part in chronological groupings and then alphabetically by author, along with referees comments and editors correspondence.. The addition (2001-0018) (100 items, 0.3 lin. ft.; dated 1995-1998) contains 23 manuscripts accepted for publication and their associated correspondence.. The addition (2001-119) (450 items, 0.6 lin. ft.; dated 1995-2000) comprises files of published and rejected manuscripts. There is also information pertaining to the founding of the journal. The addition (2001-0180) (200 items, 1.5 lin. ft.; dated 1998-2001) contains rejected manuscripts. The addition (2001-0194) (150 items, 1.0 lin. ft.; dated 1995-2001) contains 40 manuscripts accepted for publication and their associated correspondence. Five manuscripts included ...
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