Collections at The Corning Museum of GlassCollections at The Corning Museum of Glass
The Corning Museum of Glass is home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of glass. Encompassing more than 3,500 years of human ingenuity and spanning the globe, the collection of 45
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Reds on the green by Fagin a short Tour of Clerkenwell RadicalismReds on the green by Fagin a short Tour of Clerkenwell Radicalism
Wat Tyler and the Peasants Revolt Jack Sheppard the Rookeries the London Mob and the Gordon Riots the Chartists the Fenians Lenin Dan Chatterton and Guy Aldred Gentrification…
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A cumulative Table of Contents for the magazine antiques 1980 1989 January 1980A cumulative Table of Contents for the magazine antiques 1980 1989 January 1980
Cover: Painted bedroom in the Covenhoven House, Freehold, New Jersey, probably 1752-1753
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A brief Exploration of the Development of the Japanese Writing SystemA brief Exploration of the Development of the Japanese Writing System
My primary focus is on the mixed use of katakana, hiragana, and Chinese characters. I will also explore how the specific symbols used in the two kana syllabaries were developed
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Disability in the Medieval Period 1050 1485Disability in the Medieval Period 1050 1485
This section describes the life of people with disabilities in the medieval period. It also explains how monasteries and convents cared for sick and disabled people and became the hospitals we use today
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Chapter 5: Gods, Heroes, and Athletes: The Art of Ancient Greece-NotesChapter 5: Gods, Heroes, and Athletes: The Art of Ancient Greece-Notes
The Greek exaltation of humanity and honoring of the individual are so completely part of modern Western habits of the mind that most people are scarcely aware that these ideas originated in the minds of the Greeks
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Disability in the medieval period 1050-1485Disability in the medieval period 1050-1485
This section describes the life of people with disabilities in the medieval period. It also explains how monasteries and convents cared for sick and disabled people and became the hospitals we use today
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