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vielle

(vyĕl), bowed string instrument used throughout Europe from the 13th cent. through the 15th cent. The vielle resembles the violinviolin,
family of stringed musical instruments having wooden bodies whose backs and fronts are slightly convex, the fronts pierced by two f-hole-shaped resonance holes. The instruments of the violin family have been the dominant bowed instruments because of their versatility,
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, of which it is a direct precursor, but it has a longer body and five strings, one of which was used as a drone. In the 15th cent. the word vielle referred to the hurdy-gurdy (vielle à rue).
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Fiedel, "The peopling of the New World: present evidence, new theories, and future directions", en Journal of Archaeological Research, vol.
(14) The recent developments referred to by Fiedel and Haynes concern the Younger Dryas, and these studies led them to conclude that "the Younger Dryas episode is unique in its faunal consequences only because its onset coincided with the arrival of human hunters." (15) Ironically, their zero-sum adherence to the theory of Pleistocene Overkill demanded that climate change could be only coincidental, a mere backdrop to the monocausal megafaunal blitzkrieg, which occurred independent of environmental context.
Estas investigaciones han retrotraido unos milenios la fecha estimada por la arqueologia, cuestionando el paradigma "Clovis primero", y apoyando la cronologia de los sitios mas antiguos de America como Monte Verde en el Sur de Chile con un fechado de 12.800 rcybp para su estrato mas aceptado y Meadowcroft en el Este de E.E.U.U., que posee dataciones radiocarbonicas entre 19.000 y 11.000 rcybp concordantes con la estratigrafia del sitio (Fiedel, 2000).
Fiedel, "The Kennewick Follies: 'New' Theories about the Peopling of the Americas," Journal of Anthropological Research 60, no.
Salvation's cinematography is by little known Shane Hurlbut (Semi-Pro/Swing Vote) while this has to be the most disappointing Danny Elfman (Edward Scissorhands) score of all given the strength of Brad Fiedel's original theme.
Este fiedel se uso desde Argelia hasta el Mar Negro.
By inserting tagged phrases such as "LUSTIG UND FIEDEL" or the coupling "FRECH" and "STRENG" in the text, the reader's attention is directed toward samples of the stereotyped interaction or common attitudes to which the mother adapts.
1 Pythagoras; 2 Plaxico Burress; 3 Eat it (grape-like tree fruit); 4 Mountain biking; 5 Astronomers (seeing all 110 galaxies, nebulae and clusters in the Messier catalogue) 6 Lee Smith; 7 The USA (Alaska); 8 Portugal; 9 Ahab; 10 False (barely visible from spacecraft in Earth orbit); 11 (Marine) Mussels; 12 Brad Fiedel; 13 Camels; 14 Nigeria; 15 Strontium; 16 The Grand National.
The spread of Neolithic agriculturalists across Europe has been characterized as a series of punctuated events (Fiedel and Anthony 2003), and in the Pacific, some archipelagoes colonized in Lapita times were believed to be point-and-arrow movements made by putative agriculturalists (Burley and Dickinson 2001; Anderson 2003).
(66) For interviews with a wide variety of Jewish and non-Jewish German klezmer performers see Eckstaedt, Klaus mit der Fiedel. See also "Virtual Klezmer," http://www.klezmer.de/D_Klezmer/D_Links/d_links.html (accessed February 14, 2006).
And it's with such swaggering sesquipedalianismo that an entire career of work can be cattily dismissed: "My review has raised doubts about the provenience of virtually every 'compelling,' unambiguous artifact...." wrote the archaeologist Stuart Fiedel in 1999 of the most promising pre-Clovis site ever.
Los dos volumenes en ingles estuvieron acompanados de un duro debate en diferentes ambitos (congresos, revistas cientificas de primer nivel, ver por ejemplo entre muchos otros, Adovasio y Pedler 1997; Anderson 1999; Fiedel 1999; Meltzer 1999; West 1993) y hasta se organizo una visita de expertos al sitio que pretendio resolver la polemica in situ y llegar a una especie de acuerdo final (ver Gore 1997; Meltzer et al.