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Burckhardt

Jacob Christoph. 1818--97, Swiss art and cultural historian; author of The Civilisation of the Renaissance in Italy (1860)
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"We've improved a lot on our set pieces," Burckhardt said.
Species are known from the Nearctic, Neotropical, Eastern Palaearctic, Oriental, and Australian biogeographical regions but are apparently absent from the Western Palaearctic, and Africa (Burckhardt & Basset 2000).
Burckhardt Compression supplied one of its Laby-GI compressors for Golar Freeze as part of the Dusup conversion work.
Modern psychosurgery was born once with the Swiss psychiatrist Gottlieb Burckhardt (1836-1907), who is considered to be the first modern psychosurgeon (19) because he attempted to practice a systematic psychosurgery.
Ineradicable Christian decency and that in born cheerfulness of his sustained Burckhardt. But art was his principal sustenance.
And he proceeds to a detailed description of what the Bedouins knew and appreciated before Burckhardt ever learned of the "concealed wonder," disbelieving their talk about it like typical Orientalists who disparage local informants.
No man of the 19th century breathed the spirit of Old Europe as deeply as the Swiss historian Jakob Burckhardt. He invented the Renaissance--in the sense that his 1860 book, The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy, gave the period its name and general definition.
A gallery on the far side of the hall -- unceremoniously separating exhibits 20 and 21 -- houses Gisinger's three-minute slideshow "Jacob Burckhardt, Alterhumer (antiquity)" 2012.
Desde finales del siglo pasado, la obra del historiador suizo de la cultura y del arte Jacob Burckhardt (1818-1897) ha sido objeto de un renovado interes.
Burckhardt of Switzerland, a third-generation family business, is expanding its North American sales, service and distribution network for its industry-leading line of perforating machinery.
Loriga retrata ainda o pensamento do historiador da arte, Jacob Burckhardt (1818-1897).
A sampling: aesthetic perception in Jacob Burckhardt's writings, American daguerreotype views, aerial views and panoramas, construction photography in the service of international public relations (French connections), photographing urban spaces (Berlin as example), Spanish architecture seen by foreign photographers, and Ernst Ohlmer's 1873 photos of the European-style palaces in the Yuanmingyuan.