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352 pages ; 23 cm.
  • The addresses: National organisations
  • Shires
  • Royal burghs
  • Other burghs
  • Parishes
  • Presbyteries
  • Hamilton letters
  • 'A short account', Walter Stewart of Pardovan.
"In 1706-1707, a proposed union of the Scottish and English kingdoms excited vigorous debate. Dozens of Scottish burghs, shires and parishes sent petitions to the Scottish parliament, known as addresses, to protest against the treaty of union. The addresses reveal local opinions and feelings, as expressed through a sophisticated petitioning campaign. They show how Presbyterians and Jacobites joined in an oppositional coalition, which disagreed on most matters of church and state, but agreed to oppose the union. Thousands of male tenant farmers, artisans and servants subscribed with their own hands, or via notaries and church elders. Campaigners argued that these opinions mattered and that parliament should listen to the 'mind of the nation'. Though ultimately unsuccessful, the campaign had a strong impact on the shape of the union. This volume provides a transcript of each local voice from the original handwritten documents, explaining the circumstances in relation to the voting patterns of members of the Scottish Parliament. An introduction sets the addresses in their historical context" -- Provided by publisher's website.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xi, 224 pages : illustrations (some color), maps, charts ; 26 cm.
  • ForewordJurgen Runge 1 Obituaries - Karl W. Butzer (1934-2016), Francoise Gasse (1942-2014)Jurgen Runge and Florence Sylvestre 2 Exploration of the Tibesti Mountains - Re-appraisal after 50 Years?Baldur Gabriel 3 The geomorphology and river longitudinal profiles of the Congo-Kalahari WatershedTyrel J. Flugel, Frank D. Eckardt and Woody (Fenton) P.D. Cotterill 4 Palynological Evidence (Apectodinium) of the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) Event in the Sediments of the Oshosun Formation, Eastern Dahomey Basin, Southwest NigeriaOlugbenga A. Boboye and Dupe Egbeola 5 Sedimentological, palynological and stable isotopes studies on quaternary to neogene sediments of the Eastern Dahomey Basin, Lagos, NigeriaOlugbenga A. Boboye and Dupe Egbeola 6 Palynofacies, sedimentology and palaeo-environment evidenced by studies on IDA-6 well, Niger delta, NigeriaJacinta N. Chukwuma-Orji, Edward A. Okosun, Isah A. Goro and Salome H. Waziri 7 Tropical Palaeovegetation dynamics, environmental and Climate change impact from the low latitude Coastal Offshore Margin, Niger Delta, Gulf of GuineaOnema Adojoh, Fabienne Marret, Robert Duller and Peter Osterloff 8 Palaeoenvironments and Palaeoclimates during the Upper-Pleistocene and Holocene in the western Lake Kivu regionChantal Kabonyi Nzabandora, Emile Roche and Mike I. Akaegbobi 9 The Coastal Holocene Sedimentary Environments of the Bays of Loango and Pointe-Noire, Congo: Previous Works, Recent Development and SynthesisDieudonne Malounguila-Nganga, Pierre Giresse, Timothee Miyouna and Florent Boudzoumou 10 Geochronology and technological development: The microscopic and metric evidence from Middle Stone Age (MSA) points at Mumba rock-shelter, northern TanzaniaPastory G. M. Bushozi, Luis Leque and Audax Mabulla 11 Spatial Distribution and Impacts of Mining Development Minerals in Greater Accra Metropolitan Area, GhanaRosemary Okla.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781351666398 20180312
During the Neogene - covering the last 23 Million years - the evolution of the environmental setting in Africa was subject to considerable changes. Natural shifts, slow and rapid, evidenced by modifications in palaeogeography, geodynamics, climate, and vegetation have caused repeated and strong changes of ecosystems in the lower latitudes. Using a variety of proxy data - researched and applied by many authors from numerous disciplines - an attempt is made to reconstruct African landscapes over space and time. Besides such spatio-temporal oscillations in recently humid, semi-humid, and dry areas of Africa, this volume of Palaeoecology of Africa (PoA) focuses on long term interrelationships between ecosystem dynamics and climate change, not ignoring the ever growing and ongoing influence of humans on natural ecosystems since the Quaternary. Regionally, this volume lays a strong focus on Nigeria (Niger Delta). Facing the omnipresent challenges of Global Change, an increasing number of African scientists is involved in palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic research, both theoretical and applied. PoA systematically supports established as well as junior African scientists in the field of sustainable cooperation and academic capacity building. This book will be of interest to all concerned with or interested in up-to-date research on Neogene to Quaternary low latitudes ecosystem changes and their respective interpretation in the framework of natural climate and vegetation change evidenced by a variety of methods that allow to read and learn from the past by following the motto, "The geologic foretime as the key to the present, and possibly to the future." Palynologists, Geologists, Geographers, Archaeologists, and Geomorphologists will find this edition equally useful for their work.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781351666398 20180312
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
52 pages : illustrations (partly color) ; 30 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xvi, 400 pages : maps ; 25 cm.
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. The Civil War of 49-48 BCE
  • 3. Italia
  • Introduction
  • 1. Crossing the Rubicon
  • 2. Opening the Sanctius Aerarium 3. The sources of soldiers
  • Conclusion
  • 4. Hispania
  • 1. Laudes Hispaniae
  • 2. C. Caesar and Hispania
  • 3. Cn. Pompeius and Hispania
  • 4. The significance of clientelae
  • 5. Gallia 1. Omnis Gallia Germaniaque 2. Massilia an ally
  • 3. Massilia a provincial capital?
  • 4. Geopolitical considerations
  • 5. Chagrin at Massilia
  • 6. Massilia and Phocaea, or the theme of libertas
  • 6. Africa
  • Introduction
  • 1. The sources of Caesar's narrative
  • 2. Legitimacy of command
  • 3. Roman armies in North Africa
  • 4. The grain of Africa
  • Conclusion
  • 7. Macedonia 1. Caesar fleeing forwards
  • 2. Pompeius' preparations for 48 BCE
  • 3. Life in the military
  • 4. Other than soldiers
  • 5. Supply-lines
  • 6. The provincial burden
  • 8. Asia
  • 1. From Pharsalus to Alexandria
  • 2. Ephesus capital of Asia
  • 3. The ceremony and rhetoric of arrival
  • 4. Caesar and the Sanctuary of Artemis of Ephesus
  • 9. Aegyptus
  • 1. Of civil wars Roman and Egyptian
  • 2. The wealth of Egypt
  • 3. Banking and imperialism
  • Conclusion.
In 'Caesar's Civil War: Historical Reality and Fabrication' Westall combines literary analysis of Caesar's Bellum Civile with a concern for the socio-economic history of the Roman empire. The 'Bellum Gallicum' and the Shakespearean play are better known, but Caesar's partisan account of the Roman civil war culminating in the battle of Pharsalus offers a historical text of perennial interest and relevance. Two introductory chapters contextualize this book and offer a traditional narrative of political and military history for 49-48 BCE. There follow seven chapters dedicated to each of the geographical theatres of civil war. These chapters show how Caesar's testimony sheds important light upon the nature of Roman rule in the Mediterranean, but also explore the problems to be encountered in using potentially tendentious testimony.
Green Library
xvi, 705 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Character and characterization in Ancient Greek literature: an introduction / Koen De Temmerman and Evert van Emde Boas
  • Epic and Elegiac Poetry. Homer / Irene de Jong
  • Hesiod / Hugo Koning
  • The Homeric hymns / Irene de Jong
  • Apollonius of Rhodes / Jacqueline Klooster
  • Callimachus /Annette Harder
  • Theocritus / Jacqueline Klooster
  • Historiography. Herodotus / Mathieu de Bakker
  • Thucydides / Tim Rood
  • Xenophon / Tim Rood
  • Polybius / Luke Pitcher
  • Appian / Luke Pitcher
  • Cassius Dio / Luke Pitcher
  • Herodian / Luke Pitcher
  • Josephus / Jan Willem van Henten and Luuk Huitink
  • Pausanias / Maria Pretzler
  • Choral Lyric. Pindar and Bacchylides / Bruno Currie
  • Drama. Aeschylus / Evert van Emde Boas
  • Sophocles / Michael Lloyd
  • Euripides / Evert van Emde Boas
  • Aristophanes / Angus Bowie
  • Menander / Peter Brown
  • Oratory. Lysias / Mathieu de Bakker
  • Aeschines and Demosthenes / Nancy Worman
  • Philosophy. Plato / Kathryn Morgan
  • Biography. Xenophon / Luuk Huitink
  • Plutarch / Judith Mossman
  • Philostratus / Kristoffel Demoen
  • Between Philosophy and Rhetoric. Dio Chrysostom / Dimitri Kasprzyk
  • Lucian / Owen Hodkinson
  • The Novel. Chariton/ Koen De Temmerman
  • Xenophon of Ephesus / Koen De Temmerman
  • Achilles Tatius / Koen De Temmerman
  • Longus / J. R. Morgan
  • Heliodorus / J.R. Morgan
  • Epilogue / Koen De Temmerman and Evert van Emde Boas.
Characterization in Ancient Greek Literature is the fourth volume in the series Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative. The book deals with the narratological concepts of character and characterization and explores the textual devices used for purposes of characterization by ancient Greek authors spanning a large historical period (from Homer to Heliodorus) and a variety of literary genres (epic, elegy, historiography, choral lyric, drama, oratory, philosophy, biography, and novel). The book's aim is not only to describe these devices, but also to investigate their effects and the implications of their use for our interpretation of the texts.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004356306 20180205
Green Library
xv, 274 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Green Library
492 pages ; 30 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xi, 391 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Green Library
iv, 244 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 28 cm.
  • Geomorphic expression of the Illinois Episode glaciation (marine isotope stage 6) in Illinois: Moraines, sublobes, subglacial lineations, and possible ice streaming / D.A. Grimley, A.C. Phillips, E.D. McKay III, and A.M. Anders
  • Age of the Sidney Geosol revisited / Thomas V. Lowell, Donald L. Pair, and Grahame Larson
  • A century of change in the methods, data, and approaches to mapping glacial deposits in Michigan / William L. Blewett, David P. Lusch, Randall J. Schaetzl, and Scott A. Drzyzga
  • Revised time-distance diagram for the Lake Michigan Lobe, Michigan Subepisode, Wisconsin Episode, Illinois, USA / B. Brandon Curry, Thomas V. Lowell, Hong Wang, and Andrew C. Anderson
  • Influence of persistent buried ice on late glacial landscape development in part of Wisconsin's Northern Highlands / John W. Attig and J. Elmo Rawling III
  • Sediment-landform assemblages in southern Michigan: implications for basal processes of the Saginaw Lobe of the Laurentide ice sheet / Alan E. Kehew, John M. Esch, and Sita Karki
  • Glaciotectonic deformation along the Valparaiso Upland in southwest Michigan / Brian C. Bird, Alan E. Kehew, and Andrew L. Kozlowski
  • Late Pleistocene deltas in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, USA / Michael D. Luehmann and Randall J. Schaetzl
  • Onset age of deglaciation following the Last Glacial Maximum in New York State based on radiocarbon ages of mammalian megafauna / Robert S. Feranec and Andrew L. Kozlowski
  • Minimum age of the Mapleton, Tully, and Labrador Hollow moraines indicates correlation with the Port Huron Phase on central New York State / Andrew L. Kozlowski, Brian C. Bird, Thomas V. Lowell, Colby A. Smith, Robert S. Feranec, and Brandon Lars Graham
  • Hydrogeologic modeling supported by geologic mapping in three dimensions: do the details really matter? / Cristian R. Medina, Sally L. Letsinger, and Greg A. Olyphant
  • Characterizing glacial sediments and features in northeast Illinois using electrical resistivity and seismic-reflection profiling / Jason F. Thomason, Timothy R. Larson, Ahmed Ismail, and Steve Sargent.
"New developments regarding coastal evolution in the Great Lakes region"-- Provided by publisher.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
641 pages : 8 illustrations, music ; 25 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
vii, 184 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 29 cm.
  • Preface / by Jon Spencer
  • Abstract
  • Introduction
  • Sedimentary processes and stratigraphy
  • Stratigraphy and tectonics
  • Changing paleolatitudes
  • Deep underpinnings: pre-Pennsylvanian substratum
  • Broken craton: Pennsylvanian-Permian deformation
  • Distal foreland: lower to middle Triassic Moenkopi
  • Backarc Furrow: upper Triassic Chinle
  • Backarc Desert: upper Triassic to Jurassic Glen Canyon
  • Facies Mosaic: middle to upper Jurassic San Rafael
  • Foreland Megafans: upper Jurassic Morrison
  • Summary and conclusion
  • Appendix 1: trigonometric expressions for Paleolatitude calculations from Paleomagnetic data
  • Appendix 2: sources of data for areal geologic relations on Paleogeographic maps
  • Appendix 3: sources of data for Isopachs and Facies relations on Paleogeographic maps
  • Appendix 4: sources of data for Paleocurrents and Paleowinds on Paleogeographic maps
  • Appendix 5: information about Detrital-Zircon samples / compiled by G. Gehrels
  • Acknowledgments
  • References cited.
"Following this discovery and further detrital-zircon studies of Mesozoic strata on the Colorado Plateau, Dr. Dickinson began preparing this volume in order to identify key aspects of the sedimentary and tectonic history of Mesozoic strata of the Colorado Plateau and directly adjacent areas. He divided the strata into seven depositional systems"--Provided by publisher.
"William R. Dickinson (1931-2015) formally retired in 1991, but he didn't stop working, researching, and writing. His work with University of Arizona professor George Gehrels on identifying sandstone provenance using detrital-zircon U-Pb geochronology led to the determination that much of the Pennsylvanian to Jurassic sandstone of the Colorado Plateau was derived from the orogenic belt now associated with the Appalachian Mountains. Further detrital-zircon studies led to Dickinson preparing this publication in order to identify key aspects of the sedimentary and tectonic history of Mesozoic strata of the Colorado Plateau and directly adjacent areas. Dickinson divided the strata into seven depositional systems, but completed writing on only the lower five (Moenkopi, Chinle, Glen Canyon, San Rafael, Morrison) before his death in July 2015. The manuscript, however, was comprehensive in its treatment of upper Paleozoic strata and the lower five Mesozoic "deposystems," and an abstract and concluding text by Jon Spencer helped to complete the work" -- Publisher's description.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
76 pages : maps (some color), illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm.
The Acanthaceae are among the 10 or so most taxonomically diverse families of flowering plants. Taxonomically, northern regions of the Neotropics including Mexico and much of Central America have been studied to a greater degree than have more southerly regions of the Neotropics including most of South America. In particular, the Acanthaceae biotas of Venezuela and Colombia are believed to be particularly rich as well as home to numerous endemics. Recent fieldwork by the authors in both countries has yielded some of the first targeted, modern collections of the family since the mid-twentieth century and has made possible a focused taxonomic study of Ruellia—the second most species-rich genus of Neotropical Acanthaceae. The present study contributes a taxonomic revision of the 29 species of Venezuelan Ruellia, including in-depth assessments of type material for all names, new typifications, extensive discussion of taxonomy, biogeography, and ecology of species; field photographs of species and habitats and botanical illustrations of species not previously illustrated; International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) conservation assessments (for the 13 endemic species only); ArcGIS-based maps showing geographical distributions as well as protected areas; and dichotomous keys to facilitate identification of all 29 species. Most collections of Ruellia derive from regions of Venezuela not currently contained within a protected area. Of the 13 endemics, three were assessed as Critically Endangered, five as Endangered, two as Vulnerable, one as Near Threatened, one as Data Deficient, and one as Extinct. Thus, all but four are at severe risk of extinction in the wild, highlighting the growing crisis around habitat destruction in the Neotropics.
Science Library (Li and Ma)
160 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 30 cm.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
193 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 21 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in).
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
xvi, 168 pages : 1 color facsimile ; 22 cm.
Green Library

16. Adopted budget [2017 - ]

volumes ; 28 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
214 pages : illustrations (some color), map ; 30 cm.
"Ein Hauptforschungsgebiet des Verfassers betrifft die Ausbreitung des ägyptischen Kulturgutes zur Eisenzeit in den Mittelmeerraum. Im vorliegenden Band, dem zusammenfassende Bearbeitungen der entsprechenden Aegyptiaca Altitaliens, des phönikisch-punischen Sardinien sowie der maltesischen Inseln vorausgegangen sind, werden in erster Linie die bislang unpublizierten Amulette und Skarabäen aus Al Mina an der Orontesmündung (heute Türkei) präsentiert. Ausführliche Kommentare mit Vergleichsmaterial aus Ägypten und dem gesamten Mittelmeerraum sowie die zum Teil farbige fotografische Dokumentation erläutern die einzelnen Stücke. Diese stammen aus den Grabungen von Sir Leonard Woolley der Jahre 1936 und 1937 und kamen mehrheitlich nach Antakya, aber auch ins Ashmolean Museum in Oxford und ins Britische Museum, London. Dem Katalog hinzugefügt wurden einerseits die Skarabäen aus Tarsos (Grabungen Hetty Goldman, 1934-38) in Neubearbeitung und andererseits erreichbare Streufunde von Skarabäen in den Museen von Adana und Gaziantep. Sie sollen dem besseren Verständnis der kulturellen und handelsmäßigen Wechselbeziehungen dienen, welche die Aegyptiaca vermitteln. Ein besonderes Anliegen ist die Herausarbeitung der Bedeutung der präsentierten Funde innerhalb des weiteren Bereiches um den Golf von Iskenderun in späthethitischer und neuassyrischer Zeit. Dafür konnten auch die vom Verfasser studierten, aber noch nicht in Veröffentlichungen fassbaren Aegyptiaca von den Tells der Amuq-Ebene (im Hinterland von Al Mina) herangezogen werden, die die amerikanischen Missionen der dreißiger Jahre des vorigen Jahrhunderts ans Licht gebracht hatten"--Back cover.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
x, 359 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm.
The Alexander Romance by Ps.-Callisthenes of Krzysztof Nawotka is a guide to a third century AD fictional biography of Alexander the Great, the anonymous Historia Alexandri Magni. It is a historical commentary which identifies all names and places in this piece of Greek literature approached as a source for the history of Alexander the Great, from kings, like Nectanebo II of Egypt and Darius III of Persia, to fictional characters. It discusses real and imaginary geography of the Alexander Romance. While dealing with all aspects of Ps.-Callisthenes relevant to Greek history and to Macedonia, its pays particular attention to aspects of ancient history and culture of Babylonia and Egypt and to the multi-layered foundation story of Alexandria.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004335219 20170925
Green Library, Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
x, 323 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction / Katherine M. Quinsey
  • Edmund Waller's whales : marine mammals and animal heroism in the early Atlantic / Ann A. Huse
  • Guns, ivory and elephant graveyards : the biopolitics of elephants' teeth / Lucinda Cole
  • Animals and natural history in eighteenth-century France / Anita Guerrini
  • 'A hollow Moan' : the contours of the non-human world in James Thomson's The seasons / Denys Van Renen
  • The great chain of being as an ecological idea / James P. Carson
  • John Aikin, Joseph Addison and two eighteenth-century Eastern tales of remembered metempsychosis / Kathryn Ready
  • 'Little lives in air' : animal sentience and sensibility in Pope / Katherine M. Quinsey
  • 'No, helpless thing' : interspecies intimacy in the poetry of Burns and Barbauld / Rachel Swinkin
  • Thomas Gainsborough's sensible animals / Sarah R. Cohen
  • Animal actors : literary pedigrees and bloodlines in eighteenth-century animal breeding / Anne Milne
  • 'An egg dropped on the sand' : the natural history of female bastardy from Mark Catesby to Mary Wollstonecraft / Irene Fizer
  • Animals and the country-house tradition in Mary Leapor's 'Crumble Hall' and Jane Austen's Mansfield Park / Barbara K. Seeber.
"The animal-human relationship challenged not only disciplinary boundaries--between poetry and science, art and animal husbandry, natural history and fiction--but also the basic assumptions of human intellectual and cultural activity, expression, and self-perception. This is specifically apparent in the re-evaluation of sentiment and sensibility, which constitutes a major theme of this chronologically organised volume. Authors engage with contemporary reactions to the commodification of animals during the period of British imperialism, tracing how eighteenth-century ecological consciousness and notions of animal identity and welfare emerged from earlier, traditional models of the cosmos, and reassessing late eighteenth-century poetic representations of the sentimental encounter with the animal other. They show how human experience was no longer viewed as an iterative process but as one continually shaped by the other. In concluding chapters authors highlight the political resonances of the animal-human relationship as it was used both to represent and to redress the injustices between humans as well as between humans and animals. Through a multi-faceted study of eighteenth-century European culture, authors reveal how the animal presence--both real and imagined--forces a different reading not only of texts but also of society."--Page 4 of cover.
Green Library
3 volumes (xiv, 812, xiv, 852, xiv, 232 pages) : illustrations, plans ; 30 cm.
  • [1]. Textband
  • [2]. Katalogband
  • [3]. Tafelband und Indices.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)