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According to Kapila Vatsyayan, " Classical Indian architecture, sculpture, painting, literature ( kāvya ), music, and dancing evolved their own rules conditioned by their respective media, but they shared with one another not only the underlying spiritual beliefs of the Indian religio-philosophic mind, but also the procedures by which the relationships of the symbol and the spiritual states were worked out in detail.
The Essenes According to the Classical Sources.
* Meier, Bernhard, The Modes of Classical Vocal Polyphony, Described According to the Sources.
According to the canon of the Classical Greek Sculptor Polykleitos in the 4th century BC, it is one of the most important characteristics of his figurative works and those of his successors, Lysippos, Skopas, etc.
According to some, quantum mechanics is more strongly ordered than Classical Mechanics, because while Classical Mechanics is chaotic, quantum mechanics is not.
According to Byzantine historian Kathryn Ringrose, while the pagans of Classical Antiquity based their notions of gender in general and eunuchs in particular on physiology ( the genitalia ), the Byzantine Christians based them on behaviour and more specifically procreation.
Lamprière's Classical Dictionary states " According to the most received opinions, they were three in number, Tisiphone, Megara and Alecto " and " Megaera ... daughter of Nox and Acheron ".
According to all the members of the Club, Arbuthnot was the one who contributed the most in ideas, and he was the only source they could draw upon when satirizing the sciences, and his was the idea for the Memoirs of Martinus Scriblerus, a pedantic man who, like Arbuthnot's earlier opponent, Dr. Woodward, would read three or four lines of Classical literature and deduce a universal ( and absurd ) truth from them.
According to one of Marshall Berman's books ( Berman 1982, 16 – 17 ), modernity is periodized into three conventional phases ( dubbed " Early ," " Classical ," and " Late ," respectively, by Peter Osborne ( 1992, 25 ):
According to the Cambridge History of Classical Literature, he was probably active in the first half of the 4th century, although some scholars of the 19th and early 20th centuries thought he might have lived later in the 4th or even in the 5th century.
According to Merriam-Webster's, " vernacular " was brought into the English language as early as 1601 from Latin vernaculus, " native ", which had been in figurative use in Classical Latin as " national " and " domestic ", having originally been derived from vernus and verna, a male or female slave respectively born in the house rather than abroad.
According to Grunebaum in Classical Islam, the Arabic name of Manat is the linguistic counterpart of the Hellenistic Tyche, Dahr, fateful ' Time ' who snatches men away and robs their existence of purpose and value.
According to Bandura, there are two categories of motives-positive reinforcements, Promised reinforcements and Vicarious reinforcements and negative punishment, Promised punishment and vicarious punishment both of which are based on traditional behaviorism such as BF Skinner ’ s Operant Conditioning and Pavlov ’ s Classical Conditioning.
According to the laws of Maine relating to normal school graduates, Mr. Ingraham then began teaching in the public schools, and at the same time pursued a classical course of study through the Waterville Classical Institute, which he followed for three years until his eyes failed and he had to end his studies.
According to Edicts of Ashoka, Greek populations ( generally described in ancient times throughout the Classical world as Yona, Yojanas or Yavanas, lit.
According to Grossman ( 2001 ), these techniques were meant to break down barriers to embrace a new set of norms and way of life ( brutalization ), condition them to pair killing with something more enjoyable and pleasurable ( Classical Conditioning ), repeat the stimulus-response reaction to develop a reflex ( Operant Conditioning ), and finally the use of a role model of a superior to provide action by example.
According to Mohan Nadkarni's book " Great Masters: Profiles in Hindustani Classical Vocal Music ", Bade Ghulam Ali Khan's music was extroverted and exuberant, whereas Amir Khan's was an introverted, dignified ' darbar ' style.
According to the Oxford Classical Dictionary, the remainder of his surviving writings, although praised by his contemporaries, is of primary interest for the incidental light they cast on the social history of Asia Minor in the second century AD.
According to Kapila Vatsyayan, " Classical Indian architecture, sculpture, painting, literature ( kaavya ), music and dancing evolved their own rules conditioned by their respective media, but they shared with one another not only the underlying spiritual beliefs of the Indian religio-philosophic mind, but also the procedures by which the relationships of the symbol and the spiritual states were worked out in detail.
According to Wyn Jones, the repertoire of church music " constituted a continually unfolding tradition that is poorly served by the familiar division of the century into Baroque and Classical.
* The Essenes According to the Classical Sources ( with Martin Goodman ), Sheffield Academic Press 1989 ISBN 1-85075-139-0
According to Classical era sources, the Celts worshiped the forces of nature and did not envisage deities in anthropomorphic terms, as other " pagan " peoples such as the Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians did.
According to anonymous Cosmographer of Ravenna ( 6th or 7th century ), Liburnia Tarsatica considered all coastal cities from Albona ( Labin ) to Elona ( Aenona, Nin ) of Classical Liburnia and Iapodian settlements in the inland ( Lika ).

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According to classical rabbinical sources, Benjamin was only born after Rachel had fasted for a long time, as a religious devotion with the hope of a new child as a reward.
According to the Talmud, soon after the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem a formal version of the Amidah was adopted at a rabbinical council in Yavne, under the leadership of Rabban Gamaliel II and his colleagues.
According to classical rabbinical sources, this was at the age of fifty-two.
According to the Talmud, soon after the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem a formal version of the Amidah was adopted at a rabbinical council in Yavne, under the leadership of Rabban Gamaliel II and his colleagues.
According to later rabbinical interpretation these 24 groups changed every Sabbath at the completion of the Mussaf service.
According to classical rabbinical literature, manna was ground in a heavenly mill for the use of the righteous, but some of it was allocated to the wicked and left for them to grind themselves.
According to Israeli historian Tom Segev, Maariv asked for the opinion of the minister of religious affairs, Dr. Zerah Warhaftig, who did not refute the rabbinical ruling, but quoted from traditional Jewish sources according to which Jewish doctors had saved the lives of non-Jews on the Sabbath, although they were not required to do so.
According to j. the Jewish news weekly, " mainstream rabbinical leaders of the Reform, Conservative and Orthodox movements " have questioned private ordinations such as Lerner's, arguing that non-seminary ordinations risk producing poorly educated or fraudulent Rabbis.
According to classical rabbinical literature, because Judah had proposed that he should bear any blame forever, this ultimately led to his bones being rolled around his coffin without cease, while it was being carried during the Exodus, until Moses interceded with God, by arguing that Judah's confession ( in regard to cohabiting with Tamar ) had led to Reuben confessing his own incest.
According to these regulations, the Jubilee was to be sounded once 49 years had been counted, raising an ambiguity over whether the Jubilee was within the 49th year, or followed it as an intercalation in the 7 year sabbatical cycles ; scholars and classical rabbinical sources are divided on the question.
According to classical rabbinical literature, Asher had informed his brothers about Reuben's incest with Bilhah, and as a result Asher came to be on bad terms with his brothers, though once Reuben confessed, the brothers realised they had been unjust towards Asher ; Asher's motivation is described, by classical rabbinical sources, as being entirely innocent of evil intent, and always in search of harmony between his brothers.
According to classical rabbinical literature, the Jebusites derived their name from the city of Jebus, the ancient Jerusalem, which they inhabited.
According to traditional rabbinic biblical chronology, Moses was 80 years old when the Exodus occurred, the Israelites had been in Egypt for 210 years in total, and thus in combination with the rabbinical claim that Jochebed was born on the border of Egypt, as her parents had entered it, this would require Jochebed to have been 130 years old when she gave birth to Moses ; rabbinical literature regards this to have been alluded to by the biblical description of the dedication of the Israelite altar, at which 130 shekel weight of silver was offered.
According to classical rabbinical literature, in order for the Urim and Thummim to give an answer, it was first necessary for the individual to stand facing the fully dressed high priest, and vocalise the question briefly and in a simple way, though it wasn't necessary for it to be loud enough for anyone else to hear it.
According to rabbinical tradition, the hair counts as part of the body, and therefore water is required to touch all parts of it, thus meaning that braids cannot be worn during immersion ; this has resulted in debate between the different ethnic groups within Judaism, about whether hair combing is necessary before immersion.
According to rabbinical law, a woman becomes a niddah when she is aware that blood has come from her womb, whether it is due to menstruation, childbirth, sexually transmitted disease, or other reasons, such as childbirth.
) According to tradition, there must be nothing between the woman and the water at any point of her body, and therefore before bathing, the woman is traditionally required to remove all jewelry, make-up, and any other obstructions ( including e. g. contact lenses ); the rabbinical tradition requires full immersion, including the entire head of hair.
According to one rabbinical Jewish tradition, the birthplace of Abraham ( Ur ) was also situated in Aram-Naharaim.
According to classical rabbinical sources, in order to convert to Judaism, a Samaritan must first and foremost renounce any belief in the sanctity of Mount Gerizim.
According to Maimonides, about one hundred of the permanent 613 commandments based on the Torah, by rabbinical enumeration, directly concern sacrifices, ( excluding those commandments that concern the actual Temple and the priests themselves of which there are about another fifty )
According to the Jewish Encyclopedia, the historic requirement for priests to first wash their hands, together with the classical rabbinical belief that non-priest were also required to wash their hands before taking part in a holy act, such as prayer, was adhered to very strongly, to the extent that Christianity adopted the practice, and provided worshippers with fountains and basins of water in Churches, in a similar manner to the " Molten Sea " in the Jerusalem Temple functioning as a laver.
According to classical rabbinical literature, the specific agate was of a sky-blue colour, and though Jacinth now refers to a red-tinted clear gem-the Jacinth-this wasn't the case at the time the Book of Revelation was written, and at that time Jacinth appears to have referred to a bluish gem ; Pliny describes Jacinth as a dull and blueish amethyst, while Solinus describes it as a clear blue tinted gem-the modern Sapphire.

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