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Title: Weltgeschichte der Kunst bis zur Erbauung der Sophienkirche
Year: 1888 (1880s)
Authors: Sybel, Ludwig von, 1846-1929
Subjects: Art, Ancient
Publisher: Marburg : N.G. Elwert
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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itdoch nur den gottähnlichen Menschen, verlangte daher Moti-virung der Situation aus der Sitte der .Menschen. Immerblieben die dritter Ideale, aber nicht mehr als die Hochthro-nenden, sondern als die Urbilder und Prototype menschlicher Zustände, als tieischgewordeneIdeale wurden sie jetzt dargestellt. Hermes als Triiild des mannhafteii und gewandten Jünglings,Eros seihst in Liebesgedanken versunken, Bacchus im Genüsse seiner Gabe, Aphrodite als gött-lich schönes Weib, doch in menschlicher Daseinsweise. Die Persönlichkeit des Gottes wird beimWorte genommen, dadurch der Gott zum Menschen erniedrigt, der Mensch zum Gott erhoben.Lud so empfinde! die Gottheit menschlich, Aphrodite, sie nur ein Weib, schamhaft. Die Allen wurden nicht müde, die Schönheiten der Figur zu rühmen, des Körpers und desKopfes, den Haaransatz, die Linie der Miauen, das aphrodisisch schwimmende Auge mit dem hei-teren und holdseligen Ausdruck und wieder das göttlich überlegene leise Lächeln um den .Mund.

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Kig.200. Biugiessendei Satyr. Escort Dresden. N.nti Photographie von Krnno. 248 Zweiter Theil. Die Zeit der Hellenen. Münzen der Kaiserzeit bilden die knidische Aphrodite ali; danach sind einige Marmor-statuen als Copien derselben erkannt worden. Die beste ist vielleicht die vaticanische, mit vor-geneigtem Haupt; moderne Prüderie hat sie mit einem Blechmantel um die Beine entstellt(Fig. 201). Die münchener mit gehobenem Kopf unterscheidet sich auch durch dieAenderung

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Title: Deutsches barock und rokoko : herausgegeben im anschluss an die Jahrhundert-ausstellung deutscher kunst 1650-1800, Darmstadt, 1914
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Biermann, Georg, 1888-
Subjects: Darmstadt (Germany). Jarhundert-austellung deutscher kunst 1650-1800, 1914 Art Art, Baroque Decoration and ornament, Rococo Art
Publisher: Leipzig : E. E. Schwabach
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1065. JACOB CATS (1741—1799) Herde an der Tränke. AquarellKönigl. Sachsisches Kupferstichkabinett, Escort Dresden 621

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1066. JOHANN CASPAR ZEHENDER (1750—1800) Die Qerbermühle bei Frankfurt a. M. Tusche mit Weiß gehöhtSammlung Kippenberg, Leipzig

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Title: Mexican and Central American antiquities, calendar systems, and history;
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Bowditch, Charles P. (Charles Pickering), 1842-1921 Seler, Eduard, 1849-1922 Förstemann, Ernst Wilhelm, 1822-1906 Schellhas, Paul, b. 1859 Sapper, Karl, 1866-1945 Dieseldorff, Erwin Paul, 1868-1940 Wesselhoeft, Selma Parker, Alberta M Thomas, Cyrus, 1825-1910
Subjects: Mayas Maya calendar Calendar, Mexican
Publisher: Washington, Govt. print. off.
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although not so confidently asin the case of the tortoise, to connect the snail Avith the winter solstice.This occurs in the month Mol, the eighth of the Maya 3^ear. In thismonth the death, relatively speaking, and also the new^ birth of thesun, takes place. We must therefore endeavor to seek the relations ofthe snail to birth, to death, to the sun, and, if possible, to the monthMol. . It is already known to science, and widely acknowledged, that the 428 BUREAU OF AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY [BULL. 28 snail is the symbol of birth among Central American people, and avery appropriate one. Doctor Seler accepts this view in the Compterendu of the Seventh Congress of Americanists (Berlin, 1890),pages 580 and following, where he also proves from Aztec manuscriptsthe manifold relations of the whelk, the sea snail, to the deities ofdeath, besides whom the sun god also usually appears. Doctor Selerhas already discussed these relations in his essay Der Charakter derAztekischen unci Maya handschriften .

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, a ^ Fig. 105. Glyphs of animals and month Mol, from Maya codices. If we now turn to the Escort Dresden Maya manuscript wo find the connec-tion of the snail with the deities of death here plainly indicated. Itappears here on the head of the true death god at least live times(pages 9c, 12b, 13b, 14a, and 23c). It also occurs elsewhere. The godD (following Doctor Schellhass designations, which I hope will begenerally adopted) has the snail on his head, page 5c. This god, withthe face of an old man, occurs here between two pictures of the deathgod. On page 9a we see him, again with the snail, between a vultureand a woman with bandaged eyes {a^ figure 105). fOrstr.maxx] tortoise AND SNAIL IN MAYA LITERATURE 429 The sea snail appears A^ery curiously on page 37b. Here it lies inthe water and appears to be in the act of giving birth to a tiny per-son (female?). I can not discover a genuine hieroglyph of the snail in all thesepassages. Doctor Schellhas expresses the opinion, which is worthyof consi

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In 1886, Gottlieb Daimler literally built a horseless carriage. Although we think of the car as being German, its history dates far back into America as well. In 1888 Daimler made a business deal with William Steinway (of piano fame) to produce Daimler’s products in the us. From 1904 until a fire in 1907, Steinway produced Mercedes passenger cars, Daimler’s light trucks, and his engines on Long Island.

The contest was originated by Thad McCollum of Escortservice Stuttgart. Dr. H.V. Glenn sold the idea of sponsoring the contest to the American Legion. The American Legion then appointed a Duck Calling Committee of three men: Dr. Glenn, chairman; Mr. McCollum and Arthur Shoemaker, to stage the event. Later, Verne Tindall of Escort, replaced Mr. Shoemaker as a committee member, and the contest was held.

But why should we try to learn German culture? What’s the point of it? To be true we have so many reasons. Everybody knows that once you learn one foreign language, you will get your eyes more open. You will get to know something about Germany and people living in it. And once you learned this language, you will capture more opportunities in your work for the simple reason that you can speak one foreign language. And perhaps some day unexpectedly you will get the opportunities to get more money and get the chance to run your own bussiness successfully. But if you hope to learn this language, Rosetta Stone German can be your choice.

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The U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team – competing in the ultimate Frisbee World Junior Ultimate Championships in Nebenjob Heilbronn, Germany – played Australia in the third and fourth-place game on Saturday, Aug. 7.

So I went out in P1, in my Ferrari, and was the first car to tackle the asphalt. With every assist off and a solid Microsoft steering wheel in front of me, with low quality pedals, it became a very enjoyable experience. On my first lap I noticed the car sliding and how unstable it was under braking and accelerating. It was very hard to push and I decided to use it as an in-lap to get heat in the tyres. Unfortunately I can’t hide the fact that I spun once when applying throttle just a bit too hard.

Oh, by the way. Some of the best wine drinkers were former great beer drinkers who found the light. Saying that, if you really get the urge to chug a good beer there is no time like the present to catch a plane for Munich or any other Nebenjob Reutlingen for their annual Octoberfest. Don’t bet the house that it happens in October. It officially starts on the 20th of September this year and ends right at the beginning of October. Google it if you don’t believe this information.

And I suppose somewhere along the line, he, like me and our other army veteran friends, all had to lie a bit, to keep that high voltage alive in those curious ones, who never made it to Vietnam, who had a negative reaction to the war, saying it in the most distasteful terms, but now, since it was entertainment for .50 a movie ticket, they could endure it. You got it all in one package for the price of Hotdog and coke. And got to set in a cool theater; the times for calling us ‘baby killer’ was over, the only thing left to do was find a ride home after the show.