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PLV Stanegate Inscriptions (Corbridge)


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Although Corbridge began in the 1st century AD as a standard military site with an attendant civilian presence, in the 2nd century it evolved into a civil site with a small, yet significant, military presence. 3,681 more words


Inscriptions: "In Cabin'd Ships at Sea"

Like many who are born and raised in coastal areas, Whitman had a love of the sea. He was never a seafaring man, sailing the world; but, he felt the pull of the sea, and its a subject that repeatedly turns up in his poetry. 338 more words


Above Les Invalides Entrance

Here you can see a close-up of the arch above the entrance to Les Invalides, showing the many details as well as a plaque with Latin inscriptions stating that the first war veterans were housed there as well as Louis the Great in the years of 1674-5. 13 more words

Karl Marx inscription

(Sraffa 3404a)

Capital, Volume I (1867) is a critical analysis of capitalism as political economy.  The first of three volumes of Das Kapital, Kritik der politischen Ökonomie (Capital: Critique of Political Economy) was published on 14 September 1867, dedicated to Wilhelm Wolff, a close friend, and was the sole volume published in Karl Marx’s lifetime.  42 more words


Epigraphy Study -Field Visit Around Senji-II – Neganurpatti

The second place we visited was Neganurpatti which is about 6 kms from Senji. We had some problem  in finding the way which is motorable. The best way is the one which separates before the village and goes on the lake bund. 184 more words

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Inscriptions: "As I Ponder'd in Silence"

In Leaves of Grass, the first section is entitled Inscriptions, a collection of 26 poems that serve as an Introduction to the rest of the book; they act as preface and dedication. 127 more words


Epigraphy Study -Field Visit Around Senji - Thirunathankundru

On 16 March 2014 a study tour of the 4th batch of  Tamil Epigraphy students was arranged by Reach Foundation. Though I was not a part of the batch, I participated in the tour, as any site visit with our guru Shri.S.Ramachandran is very educative. 147 more words

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