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The Origins and Use of the Potter’s Wheel in Ancient Egypt by S. K.(Sarah) Doherty
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Overview: The invention of the wheel is often highlighted as one of humankinds’ most significant inventions. Wheels do not exist in nature, and so can be viewed entirely as a human-inspired invention. Machinery too, was relatively rare in the ancient world. The potter’s wheel is arguably the most significant machine introduced into Egypt, second only perhaps to the drill, the loom and the bellows for smelting metal. In Predynastic Egypt (c3500 B.C.), the traditional methods of hand-building pottery vessels were already successful in producing pottery vessels of high quality on a large scale for the domestic market, so it would seem that the potter’s wheel was a rather superfluous invention. However, the impact of this innovation would not just have affected the Egyptian potters themselves learning a new skill, but also signalled the beginnings of a more complex and technologically advanced society. Despite many years work on the technology of pottery production it is perhaps surprising that the origins of the potter’s wheel in Egypt have yet to be determined. This present project seeks to rectify this situation by determining when the potter’s wheel was introduced into Egypt, establishing in what contexts wheel thrown pottery occurs, and considering the reasons why the Egyptians introduced the wheel when a well-established hand making pottery industry already existed.
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Walter and Miller’s Textbook of Radiotherapy: Radiation Physics, Therapy and Oncology, 8th Edition by Paul Symonds, John A Mills, Angela Duxbury
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Overview: Walter and Miller’s Textbook of Radiotherapy is a key textbook for therapeutic radiography students as well as trainee clinical and medical oncologists, clinical physicists and technologists. The book is divided into 2 sections. The first section covers physics and provides a comprehensive review of radiotherapy physics. This section is designed to be non-physicist friendly, to simply and clearly explain the physical principles upon which radiotherapy and its technology are based. The second section is a systematic review by tumour site giving an up to date summary of radiotherapy practice. The title also covers the place of chemotherapy, surgery and non-radiotherapy treatments as well as the principles of cancer patient treatment including supportive care and palliative treatments. It is a comprehensive must-have resource for anyone studying therapeutic radiotherapy.
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Perfect Imperfect: The Beauty of Accident, Age & Patina by Karen McCartney, Sharyn Cairns, Glen Proebstel
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Overview: Perfect Imperfect takes as its founding principle the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi, advocating the beauty to be found in imperfection, impermanence, and the authentic. Importantly this is done without losing sight of the benefits of living in the 21st century, where designers are merging digital technology with the handmade to produce items that combine the best of both worlds. This beautiful, inspirational book, with thought-provoking text by Karen McCartney and stunning visuals by Sharyn Cairns and Glen Proebstel, is a celebration of accident, curation, collection, hesitation, collaboration, reuse, reimagining, and true originality. It explores an established aesthetic in a new way, as illustrated by the homes and studios of international and Australian creatives. It embraces current design objects alongside well-worn ones, and features interior settings that mix comfort, design, and an off-beat beauty.
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Quick Knits: Cool Projects by Jeanne Stauffer
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Overview: From House of White Birches. Knitting has been gaining in popularity again. Part of this is the easy and fun patterns, part is because of all the yarn and new materials that are out there today, but mostly because it is a fun and relaxing pastime. This book has over 100 quick knit designs that anyone can enjoy both making and wearing. It has flirty fashion accents, trendy summer knits, sweaters rich with style and afghans sleek and cozy. Each project will tell you if it is for beginnner, easy or intermediate with finished size, materials, gauge pattern and directions. There are even some wool felted projects to knit (which is also very popular now) and a variety of other styles and colors to tempt anyone, even 2 patterns for your pooch. It also has special techniques and standard knitting abreviations.
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Ani’s Raw Food Kitchen: Easy, Delectable Living Foods Recipes by Ani Phyo
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Overview: This is the ultimate gourmet, living foods “uncookbook” for busy people. You don’t have to sacrifice taste or style to reap the benefits of raw foods. These delectable, easy recipes emphasize fresh, animal-free ingredients and how to include more organics into your daily diet. Chef Ani offers delicious raw, animal-free versions of: breakfast scrambles, pancakes, chowders, bisques, and other soups, cheezes, mylks, lasagna, burgers, cobblers, pies, and cakes, and more. Included are recipes for dishes such as Stuffed Anaheim Chili with Mole Sauce, Ginger Almond Nori Roll, Coconut Kreme Pie with Carob Fudge on Brownie Crust, Mediterranean Dolmas, and Chicken-Friendly Spanish Scramble. Make your own kitchen more living-foods friendly with Chef Ani’s tips on Essential tools, Key ingredients, Stocking your pantry, and How-to kitchen skills.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Food & Drink

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Pueblo Bonito: Center of the Chacoan World by Jill E. Neitzel
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Overview: Pueblo Bonito is the largest and most famous ruin in New Mexico’s Chaco Culture National Historical Park. Built by the ancestral Puebloan people some 1,000 years ago, the ruin testifies to one of the oldest and most complex societies ever discovered in North America. Study of the large corpus of data continues to generate new ideas about the people who lived their and their way of life. This extensively illustrated volume commemorates the recent centennial of the first large-scale excavations at Pueblo Bonito, with leading experts writing on various aspects of the site, including its setting, construction sequence and labor requirements, possible astronomical orientations and related rituals, and burials. The book probes deeply for answers to these and other perplexing questions about Pueblo Bonito and its people.
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Download Complete Middle Eastern Cookbook by Tess Mallos (.ePUB)

Complete Middle Eastern Cookbook by Tess Mallos
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Overview: The most comprehensive cookbook on Middle Eastern cuisine for the home cook. For generations The Complete Middle Eastern Cookbook has been the most well-respected and authentic cookbook on Middle Eastern food. Since it was published in 1977, it has never been out of print and continues to sell throughout the world. Now, completely redesigned, revised, and updated, the influential and iconic The Complete Middle Eastern Cookbook is ready for a whole new generation of cooks. With more than 500 recipes carefully tested and set out in easy-to-follow steps, Tess Mallos shows you how to produce delectable meals from the fascinating cultures of the Middle East. With more than eighty stunning photographs, this book provides a brilliant insight into the regional dishes of Greece, Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt, and Syria, as well as an invaluable introduction to some of the lesser known cuisines of other countries in the region: Afghanistan, Armenia, Cyprus, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.
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Download Fiat CR 32/CR 42 in Action – Aircraft Number 172 by George Punka(.PDF)

Fiat CR 32/CR 42 in Action – Aircraft Number 172 by George Punka
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Overview: The Italian Fiat CR32/42 biplane fighters were the last, and arguably best, biplane fighters of WWII. This book covers the full development and combat use of the in line engined CR 32 and the radial engine CR 42. Contains B&W line drawings, 10 color profiles, 3 cover paintings.
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Ireland in Brick and Stone: The Island’s History in Its Buildings by Richard Killeen
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Overview: Ireland in Brick and Stone takes 50 buildings and other man-made constructions from different parts of Ireland and uses them to illustrate the history of the island over 1,500 years. All but three of the buildings are still surviving and they offer us a very personal way into history by teasing out the context in which each building was constructed, the uses to which it was put and the people associated with it.

For example, Rockfleet Castle is a tower house in Co. Mayo, typical of a kind of building from the late medieval period to be found all over Ireland. It was a stronghold of the Burkes of Mayo, into which family Grace O’Malley – otherwise known as Granuaile – married in the 1540s. Ireland in Brick and Stone says very little about the castle itself but uses it as a chance to discuss the Burkes and other Norman settlers in late medieval Connacht, as well as the story of Granuaile herself.

Another example from more modern times is the small Marian Shrine in the Liberties in Dublin, built for the centenary of Catholic Emancipation in 1929. It is used as a starting point to describe religious devotion and the power of the Catholic Church in twentieth-century Ireland. Other buildings in the book include Robinson & Cleaver’s department store in Belfast; the English Market in Cork; Pearse’s cottage in Connemara and Newtown Pery in Limerick.

Liberally illustrated with evocative photographs this is a quirky and accessible take on Irish history.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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A Short History of Dublin: Dublin From the Vikings to the Modern Era by Richard Killeen
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Overview: Explore Dublin’s hidden history, from the age of the Vikings to the present day, with this bestselling short history of the city. It’s the perfect tour companion.

Dublin started as a Viking trading settlement in the middle of the tenth century. Location was the key, as it commanded the shortest crossing to a major port in Britain. By the time the Normans arrived in Ireland in the twelfth century, this was crucial: Dublin maintained the best communications between the English crown and its new lordship in Ireland.

The city first developed on the rising ground south of the river where Christ Church now is and the English established their principal citadel, Dublin Castle, in this area. Throughout the medieval and early modern periods, the city’s importance was entirely ecclesiastical and strategic. It was not a centre of learning, or fashion or commerce.

The foundation of Trinity College in 1592 was a landmark event but the city did not really develop until the long peace of the eighteenth century. Then the series of fine, wide Georgian streets and noble public buildings that are Dublin’s greatest boast were built. A semi-autonomous parliament of the Anglo-Irish elite provided a focus for social life and the city flourished.
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