Open in a separate window aAbbreviation of Locations: The first warning that AIV could directly transmit from avian species to humans occurred in in Hong Kong and resulted in 18 infections and 6 deaths 3. HPAI H5N1 influenza viruses were found to be endemic in poultry in most provinces of southern China, a fact that was supported by long-term surveillance 15 , 16 , Children and young adults appear to be more susceptible to the virus In , an HPAI H7N7 virus was found to transmit from ducks to humans; 89 cases of human infection were confirmed, and one patient died from severe pneumonia The latest LPAI H7N9 outbreak in China, however, caused several deaths due to severe pneumonia and related complications 4 , 33 , 34 , 35 , The symptoms associated with H9N2 infection are generally mild, and there is no evidence of human-to-human transmission 30 , 31 , Clinical features The main clinical manifestations of AIV infection depend on the viral subtype. In current human infections with LPAI H7N9 , a typical influenza-like illness eg, fever and cough appeared in the early course of the disease. Blood biochemistry tests identified that aspartate aminotransferase AST , lactate dehydrogenase LDH , and creatine kinase CK levels significantly increased, while white blood cell counts were normal or slightly decreased.
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Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! See if you have enough points for this item. It calls under investigation the mechanism and the validity of this often mad, unfulfilling quest. Our perception has been so strongly altered that we have come to identify perfection with happiness. This book speaks about the true fulfillment, joy and freedom you can only learn by letting go of the need to be perfect in your life and to have a perfect life — the perfect life as imagined and proposed to you by others.
You may think you have not been touched by the perfection plague and you remain outside this never-ending chase. But try an exercise of self-honesty and really dive deep in the internal mechanisms of your every day life, in what motivates you, in your perception of self, take a good look of the levels of acceptance you have for yourself and others. Can you really say you are untouched by what some have come to call a disease of this century? This book wants to disclose the trap of perfection and its effects.
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The only well-preserved example of Byzantine palace architecture is the shell of a three-story rectangular building of limestone and brick, laid in patterns and stripes.
The Country of Sarpedon and St. Due to an act of arson in a fire broke out at the ancient city of Patara, the aftermath of which revealed many inscribed blocks which were understood to belong to a very important monument. The result of research on those blocks showed that the structure, to which these blocks belonged, was a colossal monument dedicated to the Emperor Claudius in 46 A. Three sides of the monument are inscribed, the front face contains the dedication to Claudius, while a list of roads is presented on the other sides at the right and the left of the dedication.
This monument at Patara was erected through the agency of Quintus Veranius, the first Roman Governor of the Roman province of Lycia, which was organized as a Roman province by him in 43 A. This governor, who was quite experienced in military affairs, was commissioned by Claudius to bring the Lycian civil strife to an end and to organize the country as a Roman province and he remained in this office for five years. If the dedication recorded on front face had been found without the inscription on the side blocks, we would never know that a road list was recorded on the faces either side of the dedicatory inscription, as the dedicatory inscription provided no indication or information concerning the road list or road construction.
For these reasons, it is thought that the dedicatory inscription on the front face and the road list on other sides might not be contemporary, the road list might not have been part of the initial plan but may have been inscribed slightly later Salway
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Roman Soldiers on the Spot: The first, obvious, limit concerns how the different civilizations reacted to assimilation into the Roman influence: The Romanization process was either embraced or imposed after the subjugation, causing different social responses depending on the cultural features of the defeated. Given these differences, it is important to deliberate on what role the Roman army had in the integration process of the Egyptian province.
In fact, Roman soldiers represented the first embodiment of Roman culture outside the Italian peninsula, the first element the local population came in contact with in the aftermath of the conquest. The cultural effects of this research are evident: Firstly, it requires a deep analysis of Roman ideology, namely how Roman elite justified their domination over so many different civilizations. Such a concept is nowadays defined as Roman Imperialism. Once the Roman mind-set has been analysed, it is necessary to switch to the local population.
The second part of our investigation will therefore be conducted by collecting a series of selected evidence ranging from epigraphic data to papyri. The common denominator of such sources is the perspective on everyday life that connected soldiers and civilians.
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Turkey Carob is a native tree of the Mediterranean basin used in afforestation, in urban and rural landscaping and in dry farming for fruit production. The trees are resilient to dry climates and adapted to a wide range of soil types. Carob pods are used for food and fodder. The seed endosperms are used for locust bean gum E production that is used in various industries.
The seed embryo germ flour contains a good balance in essential amino acids, which makes it an interesting additive for the food industry. The symposium is organized under the umbrella of IHC for the first time over 20 years after the last carob meeting.
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Despite being the closest ancient city to central Antalya , the settlement in Varsak neighborhood was undiscovered until four years ago. But the ancient city is now widely known due to excavations carried out by the Kepez Municipality. Archaeological works carried out in collaboration with the Antalya Museum and Akdeniz University in Lyrboton Kome , which has always been a site of mass olive oil production in the ancient city of Perge, recently ended.
The works were carried out around the main road of the ancient city , olive oil shops, Roman-era bath ruins, Byzantine-era churches, residences, Arete Tower area and water cisterns. Antalya will have an archaeology park for the first time, and a walking route amid the ruins of the ancient settlement will open to visitors in the first stage. Municipality teams have covered the walking route with red earth and widened the road for vehicles in the ancient city.
Information signboards were also placed around the walking route. Visitors will be able to see ruins dating back to 2, years while walking on the pine tree-lined route.
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Post, Anarchy, State, and the Internet: Cyberspace Sovereignty Johnson, David R. The Rise of Law in Cyberspace, 48 Stan. Cyberspace challenges the law’s traditional reliance on territorial borders; it is a “space” bounded by screens and passwords rather than physical markers.
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Byzantine monuments Nothing remains of the Byzantium that Constantine chose as the site of New Rome, and almost nothing is left of the mighty city he built there. Constantine completed the Hippodrome that Septimius Severus had begun, but it was enlarged and rebuilt by his successors until the 5th century. The marble-clad bases of its two large towers still stand, and three arches decorated with columns stretch between them.
The only well-preserved example of Byzantine palace architecture is the shell of a three-story rectangular building of limestone and brick, laid in patterns and stripes. Many of these are still in use—as mosques. The largest of the churches is considered one of the great buildings of the world. The church, which shared its clergy with St. Irene, is said to have been built by Constantine in on the foundations of a pagan temple. The structure now standing is essentially the 6th-century edifice, although an earthquake tumbled the dome in , after which it was rebuilt to a smaller scale and the whole church reinforced from the outside.
It was restored again in the mid th century. In it became a mosque with minarets, and a great chandelier was added.