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In classical times the area was the deme of Aixōnídes Halaí (), i. e. the Saltfields of Aixōnē ( modern day Glyfada ).
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-- On the basis of a differentiability assumption in function space, it is possible to prove that, for materials having the property that the stress is given by a functional of the history of the deformation gradients, the classical theory of infinitesimal viscoelasticity is valid when the deformation has been infinitesimal for all times in the past.
In classical times, his strong function in popular religion was to keep away evil, and was therefore called " apotropaios " ( αποτρέπω: to divert ) and " alexikakos " ( αλέξω-κακό: defend, throw away the evil ).
In many parts of the world, acropoleis became the nuclei of large cities of classical antiquity, such as ancient Rome, which in more recent times grew up on the surrounding lower ground, such as modern Rome.
The subject has been popular in art since classical times ; it is one of several Greek myths of a Greek hero's rescue of the intended victim of an archaic sacred marriage, giving rise to the " princess and dragon " motif.
In classical times, the northern slopes of the Caucasus mountains were inhabited by the Circassians on the west and the Avars on the east.
In classical times, they were included by Ptolemy within the constellation Ursa Major in his star catalogue.
The canal was mooted in classical times and an abortive effort was made to build it in the 1st century AD.
From the ancient times until the 1800s, one goal was to reduce the expense of a classical education.
During the classical period in Greece ( 6th, 5th and 4th centuries BCE ) and in Hellenistic times, natural philosophy slowly developed into an exciting and contentious field of study.
Hindustani music is an Indian classical music tradition that goes back to Vedic times around 1000 BC.
However, this " nativist " position has been challenged by " revisionist " scholars who believe that much of it was created in Christian times in deliberate imitation of the epics of classical literature that came with Latin learning.
Today's conservatories incorporate many Muslim elements, although modern art forms have shifted from the classical art forms that were used in earlier times.
He rejected the eclectic and cluttered classical styles so common at the turn of the twentieth century as irrelevant to the modern times.
Varāhamihira's classical work Brihatsamhita, written about 500 AD, provides clear evidence that a deep knowledge of atmospheric processes existed even in those times.
The three-lithics are subdivisions of the Stone Age in the three-age system developed since classical times and given a modern archaeological meaning by Christian Jürgensen Thomsen, a Danish archaeologist, in the early 19th century.
Ottoman science and technology had been highly regarded in medieval times, as a result of Ottoman scholars ' synthesis of classical learning with Islamic philosophy and mathematics, and knowledge of such Chinese advances in technology as gunpowder and the magnetic compass.
The five classical planets, being visible to the naked eye, have been known since ancient times, and have had a significant impact on mythology, religious cosmology, and ancient astronomy.
Allegorical stories are central to the poetic diction of many cultures, and were prominent in the West during classical times, the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
Since classical times, it has been noted that peace has sometimes been achieved by the victor over the vanquished by the imposition of ruthless measures.
The above definition follows a classical approach to biochemistry, established at times when the distinction between a protein and a functional, proteinaceous unit was difficult to elucidate.
In classical and medieval times the archetype of all republics was the Roman Republic, which referred to Rome in between the period when it had kings, and the periods when it had emperors.
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A number of at least partly neo-Assyrian kingdoms existed in the area between in the late classical and early Christian period also ; Adiabene, Hatra and Osroene.
The Ababda or Ababde – the Gebadei of Pliny, and possibly the Troglodytes of other classical writers – are nomads living in the area between the Nile and the Red Sea, in the vicinity of Aswan in Egypt.
Enumerative combinatorics is the most classical area of combinatorics, and concentrates on counting the number of certain combinatorial objects.
The term is derived from the purely classical picture of ( a large number of ) point-like projectiles directed to an area that includes a solid target.
Historically, the classical thermodynamics definition developed first, and it has more recently been extended in the area of non-equilibrium thermodynamics.
Under other classical authors this sometimes included regions of Sarmatia as well as an area under Roman control on the west bank of the Rhine.
The classical Fourier transform on R < sup > n </ sup > is still an area of ongoing research, particularly concerning Fourier transformation on more general objects such as tempered distributions.
The development of algebraic geometry from its classical to modern forms is a particularly striking example of the way an area of mathematics can change radically in its viewpoint, without making what was correctly proved before in any way incorrect ; of course mathematical progress clarifies gaps in previous proofs, often by exposing hidden assumptions, which progress has revealed worth conceptualizing.
What is now Mauritania was a dry savanna area during classical antiquity, where independent tribes like the Pharusii and the Perorsi ( and the Nigritae near the Niger river ) did a seminomadic life facing a growing desertification.
During the centuries preceding the classical period, Mayan kingdoms sprang up in an area stretching from the Pacific coasts of southern Mexico and Guatemala to the northern Yucatán Peninsula.
They proposed that, of all closed classical orbits traced by a mechanical system in its phase space, only the ones that enclosed an area which was a multiple of Planck's constant were actually allowed.
In particular, quantization, namely the construction of a quantum theory whose classical limit is a given and known classical theory, becomes an important area of quantum physics in itself.
Since its establishment in Ann Arbor, the university has physically expanded to include more than 584 major buildings with a combined area of more than 31 million gross square feet ( 712 acres or 2. 38 km² ), and transformed its academic program from a strictly classical curriculum to one that includes science and research.
What is now Western Sahara was a dry savanna area during classical antiquity, where independent tribes like the Pharusii and the Perorsi did a seminomadic life facing a growing desertification.
In the classical sense, Expressive aphasia is the result of injury to Broca's area ; it is often the case that lesions in specific brain areas cause specific, dissociable symptoms, although case studies show there is not always a one-to-one mapping between lesion location and aphasic symptoms.
A sizeable area of the Greco-Roman city has also been excavated, and several classical necropoleis and quarries are still extant.
This research area and its name originated in the 1936 paper by Garrett Birkhoff and John von Neumann, who attempted to reconcile some of the apparent inconsistencies of classical boolean logic with the facts related to measurement and observation in quantum mechanics.
* 1972 — Stephen Hawking proves that the area of a classical black hole's event horizon cannot decrease
Most of the area of Ancient Messene contains the ruins of the large classical city-state of Messene refounded by Epaminondas in 369 BC, after the battle of Leuctra and the first Theban invasion of the Peloponnese.
Through the centuries, the area was increasingly silted and flooding ceased, thus by early classical times the land passage was made safe.
Alexander's conquests spread classical concepts about the divine, the afterlife, and much else across the eastern Mediterranean area.
Unless this basic storyline has been altered by Mr. Gibson, a fringe Catholic who is building his own church in the Los Angeles area and who apparently accepts neither the teachings of Vatican II nor modern biblical scholarship, The Passion of the Christ retains a real potential for undermining the repudiation of classical Christian anti-Semitism by the churches in the last forty years.