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London: William Heinemann. Three Travellers in North Africa. By the Hon. And a preface by the Hon. Agnes Leigh. John Lane. The Bodley Head. London, pp. Aus dem Arabischen ins Deutsche ubersetzt von Dr. Rescher, Berlin, Der Neue Orient, An Introduction to Missionary Science. Edited by G. Gollock and E. Hewat, Oxford University Press, pp. Europe in Asia Minor. By Felix Valyi. The First Crusade. Translated from the Accounts of Eyewitnesses by August C. Princeton University Press, Princeton, N. The Turks and Europe.
Arabic Thought and Its Place in History
By Gaston Gaillard Translated from the French. London: Thomas Murby and Co. Reunis par l'Association Egyptienne de Paris. Ernest Leroux, Paris. Volume 12 , Issue 3. The full text of this article hosted at iucr. If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account.
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Learn more Check out. Abstract Book reviews in this article: A History of Persia. A History of Sinai. By Lina Eckenstein. London: S. Volume 12 , Issue 3 July Pages Related Information. Close Figure Viewer. Browse All Figures Return to Figure. Previous Figure Next Figure. Email or Customer ID. Forgot password? Old Password. New Password. In yet another book published that year he addressed a set of apocryphal gospels concerning the childhood of Christ, whose extant manuscripts are essentially eastern Greek, Syriac and Arabic in origin. This interest in comparative grammar continued with his later, , book dealing with the Semitic languages.
Besides meetings, the Guild held three celebrations of Holy Communion and one Evensong with a sermon per session. The Convocation registers of the registered graduates of the individual universities in the constituency acted as the poll books for election purposes.
The Labour Government abolished the University Parliamentary franchise in and this became effective in Crossley Evans — McBain Bristol University Calendar, — , — Some were Copts, and he continued his lessons with a number of them by post until at least How different their company was from his life in the dull, dark, rainy streets and slums of east Bristol.
His teachers provided him with a family life, far away from his sisters and his stepmother. It was spent in the company of strong coffee and laughter and set in the clear skies and sunshine of an Egyptian autumn and spring.
It is telling that their correspondence is almost the only survival from this period of his life, and indicates that these letters were treasured and re-read, serving as the remaining link to one of the few periods of happiness and intellectual fulfilment in his life. He was asked for his photograph and requested them in return.
This miserable friend is I[…] It is quite probable that I shall leave for Blighty at the end of this month. Thank God I did not intrude and ask your help …. His dear friend, better say brother, who took his heart with him and went away and left him a corpse …. Forster in his friendship with an Alexandrine tram-conductor, Mohammed el-Adl, which from fear of speculations amongst the British, and worse, was conducted clandestinely. Two years later, he conducted the service of dedication when the University war memorial was unveiled by Field Marshal the Lord Methuen — in the as-yet- uncompleted Wills Memorial Building on 4 July He absented himself from the meeting in , which was once again inquorate, and the affairs of Convocation were neglected and the organization left leaderless until when Alfred J.
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Sutton Pippard — , Professor of Engin- eering at the University of Wales, Cardiff, was elected as the second Chairman of Convocation and placed its affairs on a firm footing. Parts of fifteen letters and cards written to him between April and March by Evelyn White are preserved among his correspondence held at the University of Bristol. The main part of this volume published a manuscript in the John Rylands Library, Manchester, while the second and third volumes were derived from Vatican manuscripts. Of the latter G. Dodson and Giles ; —8.
He also published a number of papers on Coptic subjects, together with encyclopaedia articles during the s and 30s, the latter decade additionally seeing further volumes on the aspects of Coptic Christianity and also the church of Ethiopia. On the other hand, he also maintained many friendships within the University, which included Dr Oliver Charles Minty Davis — , the lecturer in charge of the Department of Forensic Medicine, with whom we find him lunching as late as November The St Vincent Lodge, No. Its links with the emergent University College Bristol and the local medical fraternity were cemented by Dr Walter Carless Swayne — , who was initiated into the St Vincent Lodge in January , served as Worshipful Master between and and was Professor of Mid- wifery, firstly at University College and later at the University between and From the s onwards he proposed as candidates for initiation into the lodge numerous former students of his at the Medical School, lecturers in Medicine, Dentistry, and French, and the Vice Chancellor, Sir Isambard Owen His proposer was 66 They all ultimately fell victim to the Second World War and the massive expansion of Egyptological publications that made such an enterprise beyond the scope of a general journal, and gave birth to the Annual Egyptological Bibliography in Otlet, MBE.