The essays in this volume discuss princely courts north of the Alps and Pyrenees between 1450-1650 as focal points for products of medieval and renaissance culture such as literature, music, political ideology, social and governmental structures, the fine arts and devotional practice.
This issue on Hypoventilation Syndrome covers a variety of topics such as Sleep hypoventilation: Diagnostic considerations and technological limitations,Pathophysiology of hypoventilation during sleep,Advances in PAP treatment modalities for hypoventilation syndromes,Scoring abnormal respiratory events on polysomnography during noninvasive ventilation,OHS Epidemiology and diagnosis,OHS outcomes,Non-PAP treatment modalities in OHS, Pulmonary overlap syndromes,Noninvasive ventilation during sleep in stable COPD and more!
"Norwegians, Swedes and More" provides a synopsis of our ancestral family components; Norwegians and Swedes as well as those of French, German, English and Canadian descent by way of the St. Lawrence Seaway in Quebec and upstate New York. Part I, Destination Dakota Territory, describes Loren's multifaceted family from all of the above backgrounds and finds them as homesteaders in Minnehaha County, "Dakota" [Dakota Territory, South Dakota]. Part II, Norway to Minnesota, is "all Norwegian" and finds Mavis' families homesteading in Lac qui Parle County in west central Minnesota where they reached their final Vesterheim. This book is the fourth of six about these families, each containing the same core of material to set the stage for individual family presentations. Book Four provides descriptions and stories about Loren's Benson - Johnson Swedish ancestors and descendants after beginning their lives in Eldsberga and Halmstad areas in southwestern Sweden.
The letters, speeches and pamphlets of Ennodius, deacon of Milan and Bishop of Pavia at the turn of the 6th century, provides a valuable insight into the social and religious complexities of life in Italy at the very beginning of the Middle Ages. Kennell's study considers Ennodius' career as both writer and Catholic clergyman and reappraises his work, traditionally derided for its dependence on rhetoric, and argues that it should be regarded as a product of its time when the classical and medieval worlds collided.
Being the approved, verified, sympathetic and natural Egyptian secrets of white and black art - for man and beast. the book of nature and the hidden secrets and mysteries of life unveiled; being the forbidden knowledge of ancient philosophers by that ce.