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Image taken from page 61 of ‘The Cathedral of Throndhjem … With twenty wood engravings … Translated by F. Barnby. [With plates.]’

Image taken from page 61 of ‘The Cathedral of Throndhjem … With twenty wood engravings … Translated by F. Barnby. [With plates.]’
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Title: "The Cathedral of Throndhjem … With twenty wood engravings … Translated by F. Barnby. [With plates.]"
Author: KREFTING, O.
Contributor: BARNBY, F.
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10282.c.25."
Page: 61
Place of Publishing: Christiania
Date of Publishing: 1887
Publisher: W. C. Fabritius & Sønner
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 002020832

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Image taken from page 96 of ‘The Thames from its Source to the Sea … Illustrated with … engravings … and … etchings, etc’

Image taken from page 96 of ‘The Thames from its Source to the Sea … Illustrated with … engravings … and … etchings, etc’
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Title: "The Thames from its Source to the Sea … Illustrated with … engravings … and … etchings, etc"
Author: ARMSTRONG, Walter – Sir
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10348.k.14."
Volume: 01
Page: 96
Place of Publishing: London
Date of Publishing: 1886
Publisher: J. S. Virtue & Co.
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 000116825

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Bucovina, ‘The Dream Land’ Presentation

With their painted exterior walls, decorated with 15th- and 16th-century frescoes that are considered masterpieces of Byzantine art, these seven churches in northern Moldavia are unique in Europe. Far from being merely wall decorations, the paintings represent complete cycles of religious murals on all facades. Their outstanding composition, elegant outline and harmonious colours blend perfectly with the surrounding landscape and granted them a place on UNESCO’s World Heritage List since 1993.

Literary Death Match LDM Dublin Ep.4 Stephen James Smith POEM ‘The Gardener’ @ The Workman’s Club

Stephen James Smith POET @ The Literary Death Match Dublin Ep.4 :: 24th June 2011 @ The Workman’s Club Dublin The poem is called ‘The Gardener’. LDM:: www.literarydeathmatch.com Here is a review of the night www.literarydeathmatch.com Stephen is a Dublin based poet and MC of The Glór Sessions. Here are some links for Stephen James Smith:: www.StephenJamesSmith.com http www.myspace.com www.youtube.com twitter.com www.ustream.tv www.reverbnation.com The video was filmed by Bob Kelly in difficult conditions! :: myeyecons.com June 24, 2011 — While rain showers flooded Dublin, inside The Workman’s Club, the literary stars shined bright-hot, as Stephen James Smith out-near-kissed James Joyce (using a Nerf shotgun with lipstick-tipped darts), narrowly beating co-finalist Virginia Gilbert to win Smith the Literary Death Match crown. But before the first trigger was pulled, the night began with must-read poet Niamh MacAlister charming the audience into applause with a series of poems about growing up in Dublin — one about her hands becoming her mother’s hands. Then up stepped master-performer Smith (curator of The Glór Sessions) who performed a starkly candid poem that gripped the packed house. The mic was then handed to the night’s trio of all-star arbiters, including writer/actor Mark O’Halloran (the writer and co-star of Adam & Paul), actress Kelly Campbell (One Hundred Mornings co-star), and stand-up comedian/conceptual artist Miriam Elia (Sony nominated for her BBC Radio 4

FRONTLINE |”The Silence” Excerpt | PBS

www.pbs.org “The police were not called. Even when there was an eyewitness to the abuse,” attorney Ken Roosa tells FRONTLINE in “The Silence,” airing April 19. FRONTLINE investigates the sex abuse of Native Americans by priests and other church workers in Alaska. “The Silence” is the first of two FRONTLINE magazine segments airing Apr 19. FRONTLINE examines a little-known chapter of the Catholic Church sex abuse story — decades of abuse of Native Americans by priests and other church workers in Alaska. Through candid interviews with survivors, this FRONTLINE report focuses on the abuse by a number of men who worked for the Church along Alaska’s far west coast in the late 1960s and early 1970s. All told, they would leave behind a trail of hundreds of claims of abuse, making this one of the hardest hit regions in the country. As part of FRONTLINE’s new magazine program, The Silence airs as the lead segment on Tuesday, April 19, 2011, at 9 PM ET on PBS. Watch on air and online beginning Tuesday, April 19 at 9 pm ET on PBS (check local listings) www.pbs.org
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