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Petrie and these
Petrie, author of Pyramids and Temples of Gizeh concluded: " but these relations of areas and of circular ratio are so systematic that we should grant that they were in the builder's design ".
Fragments of granite found by Petrie in the Descending Passage may have come from these now vanished doors.
Marion Petrie tested whether or not these displays signaled a male ’ s genetic quality by studying a feral population of peafowl in Whipsnade Wildlife Park in southern England.
With an initial gift from The Carroll and Milton Petrie Foundation and the late Joseph H. Flom, the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics was founded in 2005 as an interdisciplinary program intended to respond to the need for leading legal scholarship in these fields.
Subsequently, Newgrange was visited by a number of antiquarians, who often performed their own measurements of the site and made their own observations, which were often published in various antiquarian journals ; these included such figures as Sir William Wilde, Sir Thomas Pownall, Thomas Wright, John O ' Donovan, George Petrie and James Fergusson.
Here, in these ancient monuments, Petrie discovered two different metrical systems.
" So she's always looking for a family and always coming up short and making these horrible choices, and it drove her insane " says Petrie.
In 1890 Flinders Petrie discovered further papyrus fragments, which had been reused in constructing a 3rd century BCE Ptolemaic mummy case found in the Fayoum ; the palaeography suggested that the scroll was old before it was reused as waste, making these fragments the earliest surviving text of any Greek play ; the discovery occasioned a rash of new readings of the existing fragments.
Petrie refused to respond to these criticisms, claiming he had disproved the pyramid inch and compared continuing proponents to " flat earth believers ":
Nevertheless, because the Naqada sites were first divided by the British Egyptologist William Flinders Petrie, in 1894, into these Amratian ( after the cemetery near El-Amrah ) and Gerzean ( after the cemetery near Gerzeh ) sub-periods, the original convention is used in this text.
By convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater midpoint that is closest to Petrie.
Despite these elaborate protective measures, Petrie found that none of the trapdoors had been slid into place and the wooden doors were open.

Petrie and human
Petrie was a dedicated follower of eugenics, believing that there was no such thing as cultural or social innovation in human society, but rather that all social change is the result of biological change, such as migration and foreign conquest resulting in interbreeding.
In the Season Four episode " Something Blue ", in what writer Doug Petrie describes as " as cruel and funny as anything could be ", Willow, who at the time has the power to have anything she says happen, accidentally turns Amy back into a human ; however, Willow does not even notice, and a few seconds later accidentally changes her back into a rat.

Petrie and remains
Siamun is cited as having built a temple dedicated to Amun, the remains of which were found by Flinders Petrie in the early 20th century, in the south of the temple of Ptah complex.
Petrie remains a controversial figure for his pro-eugenics views and opinions on other social topics, which spilled over into his disputes with the British Museum's Egyptology expert, E. A. Wallis Budge.

Petrie and desert
Archaeological excavation, initially by Sir Flinders Petrie, revealed the ancient mining camps and a long-lived Temple of Hathor, the Egyptian goddess who was favoured as a protector in desert regions.

Petrie and .
The Reverend James Doran had scarcely completed Pat Conyers' last rites on Boot Hill in the township of Petrie, when shots were heard in the distance.
The law-abiding citizens of Petrie had gathered inside Kaster's Store, halfway down the street.
It was the abrupt end of Blue Throat's dictatorship in Petrie.
This hypothesis of the contents of the Mouseion, originally suggested by Nietzsche ( Rheinisches Museum 25 ( 1870 ) & 28 ( 1873 )), appears to have been confirmed by three papyrus finds – one 3rd century BC ( Flinders Petrie Papyri, ed.
Considerably more candid than Petrie about Alfonso the private man, and about the miseries the royal family experienced because of their hemophiliac children.
* Petrie, Charles.
* W. M. Flinders Petrie, History, vol.
In Egypt in 1887, W. M. F. Petrie found painted sherds of Cretan style at Kahun in the Fayum, and farther up the Nile, at Tell el-Amarna, chanced on bits of no fewer than 800 Aegean vases in 1889.
* Daniel Petrie, Hollywood filmmaker.
In the early books, Dr. Petrie, believed that Fu Manchu was around 70 years old in 1911 at the time of their first encounter.
Opposing Fu Manchu in the early stories are Denis Nayland Smith and Dr. Petrie.
They are in the Holmes and Watson tradition, with Dr. Petrie narrating the stories while Nayland Smith carries the fight, combating Fu Manchu more by dogged determination than intellectual brilliance ( except in extremis ).
Kara falls in love with the narrator of the first three books in the series, Dr. Petrie.
She rescues Petrie and Nayland Smith many times.
Author Lin Carter later created a son for Dr. Petrie and Kara, but this is not considered canonical.
The first precision measurements of the pyramid were made by Egyptologist Sir Flinders Petrie in 1880 – 82 and published as The Pyramids and Temples of Gizeh.

reburied and these
At that time, these were believed to have been the remains of the two princes, and on the orders of Charles II the remains were reburied in Westminster Abbey.
The remains of these charred tombs were gathered and reburied in a polyandrum.

reburied and human
Hawley reburied the human cremations he found, placing them in the backfilled hole number 7.
The human remains from Kidder ’ s excavations were returned to the Jemez people in 1999 and ritually reburied at Pecos National Historic Park.

reburied and remains
After his death, the king was buried in the church which he had built ; his original tomb has been lost, while his alleged remains are preserved in the shrine where he was reburied after being declared a saint ; his saintliness, however, was never very widely acknowledged outside the bishopric of Liège where he may still be venerated by tradition.
The stone remains as a memorial even though his body was later disinterred and reburied in Hanover, Germany, the grave being marked with a marble copy of his 1929 sculpture Die Herbstzeitlose.
Others, nevertheless, still maintain that the remains are those of the Jewish Zealots who committed suicide during the siege of Masada, and all were reburied at Masada with full military honours on July 7, 1969.
If the remains are confirmed to be those of Richard, British historian and MP Chris Skidmore has called for the late King to be reburied with a full state funeral.
The remains found by Cimon were reburied in Athens.
Another version suggests that Tamar's remains were reburied in a remote location, possibly in the Holy Land.
In December 1796, after succeeding Catherine, Peter's son the Emperor Paul, who disliked his mother, arranged for his remains to be exhumed and then reburied with full honors in the Peter and Paul Cathedral, where other tsars were buried.
Edward's remains were reburied with lavish public ceremony.
He declared that Simon deserved no spot on holy ground and had his remains reburied under an insignificant tree.
Some remains were reburied on-site in a mass grave, while others were relocated to various Bay Area cemeteries.
The tomb and effigy was destroyed in the French Revolution, his remains were reburied and a new tomb built in 1839.
In 1845, the Boones ' remains were supposedly disinterred and reburied in a new cemetery in Frankfort, Kentucky.
The remains were identified after Elizabeth's accession, mingled with the supposed relics of St Frideswide to prevent future desecration, and reburied in the cathedral.
In 1278, the remains were reburied with great ceremony, attended by King Edward I and his queen, before the High Altar at Glastonbury Abbey, where they were the focus of pilgrimages until the Reformation.
The rest of the graves are the remains of unknown soldiers gathered from around the county and reburied in the Confederate cemetery.
The remains of many famous Russians buried in other abbeys, such as Nikolai Gogol and Sergey Aksakov, were disintered and reburied at the Novodevichy.
His body was taken to nearby Fort Yates for burial, but in 1953, his remains were possibly exhumed and reburied near Mobridge, South Dakota, by his Lakota family, who wanted his body to be nearer to his birthplace.
* A mansion where the owner carefully exhumed and reburied the remains of a long-dead military general because the grave was too close to the home's outhouse.
Even the extreme revolutionists of 1793 respected it, and, while they ignominiously reburied the bodies of the monarchs in a mass grave, they preserved the remains of Turenne at the Jardin des Plantes until 22 September 1800, when Napoleon had them removed to the church of the Invalides at Paris, where they still rest.
In March 1966 his remains were removed from Wandsworth Prison and reburied in a family grave.
Most scholars agree that the mound was either raised for a woman or for a young man and a woman, but as Hildebrand reburied most of the remains, a new excavation is to be undertaken before the controversy can be settled.
In 1923, his remains were exhumed and reburied at the Masonic Cemetery in Pocahontas, Arkansas, alongside the graves of Bettis, Cinderella, and several of the Drew children.

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