Tell Atrib 1985-1995. Tom 4 PDF do pobrania za darmo
Egyptian faience of the Ptolemaic and Roman periods has not enjoyed the same degree of research as the earlier material. This volume, which presents an analysis of faience object from Polish-Egyptian excavations at Tell Atrib, ancient Athribis, will help to remedy this problem.Excavations in Tell Atrib revealed traces of local production of faience objects. They include vessels, figurines, amulets and ushebti recovered from three major strata dated to different phases of the Ptolemaic period. Their provenance from securely dated contexts allowed for tracing typological changes occurring over time, which is of particular importance for studying the history of local faience production.These observations give grounds for analyzing the sources of influence and inspiration of local artisans. Distribution of faience finds at the site gives certain clues as to the role of these objects in everyday and religious life of the inhabitants of the ancient city.
This little novel is a total departure from the Dr. Thorndyke mysteries, the classic British detective novels that made Freeman’s reputation. The heroine is a perfectly proper but adventurous young woman named Phyllis, who takes over her cousin Charlie’s chambers in Clifford Inn. The presence of some of Charlie’s clothes in the closet gives her the idea of dressing as a man for a fancy dress ball. Unfortunately, Phyllis looks just like the charming Charlie when wearing his clothes, and this gets her into some difficulties, because Charlie is a bit of a scalawag. Phyllis as Phil gets into fights, performs heroic acts and falls in love with a man who thinks she’s just his pal. Her adventures are tremendous fun. From impersonating a man to discovering mysterious trap doors, „Flighty Phyllis” is an entertaining glimpse at the times and trials of a wayward woman.
Short mysteries involving the blind detective Carrados. Max Carrados is one of the most unusual detectives in all fiction. He is blind – and yet he has developed his other faculties to such an amazing degree that they more than compensate for his lack of sight. „The Eyes of Max Carrados” opens with a somewhat defensive essay which chronicles astonishing feats of the blind. Carrados himself outdoes them all and perhaps combines a few too many amazing abilities for real conviction. Here is a collection of the best of Max Carrados, a set of stories featuring a series of baffling puzzles to challenge the greatest of detectives. They are written by Ernest Bramah with great wit, style and panache.
Selected issues of Public Economic Law in Theory, Judicature and Practice in Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia PDF do pobrania za darmo
This book deals with selected issues of public economic law related to the state’s infl uence on the economy and its entities. This influence is particularly visible in the infrastructure sectors, including energy, telecommunications and postal services, as well as in the sector of providing medical services. Th rough legal norms, the state regulates and rations competitive relations in the economy, public aid for entrepreneurs and public procurement, together with relations between the economy and environment protection.
The authors, who all work in universities while also practicing law, are from the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia, and characterise these problems by referring primarily to national regulations based on European Union law, which constitutes the basis and starting point for these issues.
The book is intended for: law students, theoreticians and practitioners of law and economic sciences, and anyone who is interested in the relationship between law and the economy in various public law systems.
Wydawnictwo C.H. Beck
Selected issues of Public Economic Law in Theory, Judicature and Practice in Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia
Poverty and Social Exclusion During and After Poland’s Transition to Capitalism Four Generations of Women in a Post-Industrial City Tell Their Life Stories PDF do pobrania za darmo
The book is about poverty in Poland during the period of system transformation and in the decade that followed, as documented in the life courses of consecutive generations of women living in the disadvantaged neighbourhoods in the post-industrial city. 69 life histories were collected. The authors analyse the life histories of four generations of women where the oldest are former workers in state-owned factories in which they worked until retirement and who used to be the avant-garde of the women’s working class during the socialist period. Their daughters, granddaughters and great-granddaughters occurred redundant on the capitalist labour market and lived on social benefits. The book is unique in both Polish and world literature since it goes beyond traditionally considered “feminisation of poverty” in monetary terms. It searches for poverty drivers and maintainers embedded in changes in industrial relations, welfare regime and family structures and relations. It also tells about women’ efforts and capabilities to cope with the disadvantage.
The publication will be of interest to a broad audience composed of scholars concerned with poverty, social marginalisation and exclusion, officers in public and non-governmental institutions as well as to students of social work, sociology, pedagogy, psychology, social policy, gender studies and family science.
Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego
Poverty and Social Exclusion During and After Poland’s Transition to Capitalism Four Generations of Women in a Post-Industrial City Tell Their Life Stories
À quelques kilomètres de la frontière allemande, non loin de la petite cité lorraine de Corvingy il y a un château d’ Ornequin. En juillet 1914 les jeunes mariés Paul et Elisabeth Delroze arrivent là. Depuis la mort de la comtesse Hermine, la femme du comte d’Andeville et la mère d’Elisabeth, ce château est abandonné. Pendant le séjour dans le château Paul fait une découverte, qui va bouleverser sa vie. Et c’est le défi. C’est une histoire pasionnante et extraordinaire de la persécution et de la guerre.
Abraham Selim (A. S.) verleiht Geld – aber „vorsichtshalber” nur an Menschen, gegen die er Etwas in der Hand hat. Welche Verbindung hat er zu dem vermögenden Geschäftsmann Merrivan. Fast jede Nacht verließ der reiche Mr. Merrivan heimlich sein Haus. Wohin er ging, interessierte niemanden– bis er getötet wurde. Man fand seine Leiche im Arbeitszimmer. Die Pulverspuren auf der weißen Weste verrieten, dass er aus nächster Nähe erschossen wurde. Seltsamerweise trug Mr. Merrivan zum Abendanzug unförmige, lehmverkrustete Stiefel… Scotland Yard-Detektiv Andrew Macleod ermittelt…
Christmas Carols and Hymns of All Time PDF do pobrania za darmo
The songbook contains favourite Christmas carols and hymns with melody, words and chords. The generous selection of songs from old carols to new tunes makes this the perfect book for you this Christmas. The accessible arrangements of lyrics, melody, and chords in this sheet music mean that you don’t have to spend too much time practising before family and friends can gather around the piano for a Christmas sing-along.
Le Mystere de la chambre jaune PDF do pobrania za darmo
Le jeune reporter Joseph Rouletabille, réputé pour avoir démêlé de difficiles énigmes, se rend, en compagnie de son ami l’avocat Sainclair – le narrateur de l’histoire – au château du Glandier pour y éclaircir une agression. Le château appartient au professeur Joseph Stangerson, physicien renommé qui y mène des expériences avec sa fille Mathilde, la victime du crime.
Qui est donc l’agresseur ? Quel est son mobile ? Et surtout comment a-t-il pu s’échapper de la chambre jaune qui était fermée de l’intérieur ?