Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said at the visit that many Norwegian counties envy Horten
their high-tech companies, which Norspace is a major part of.
The construction team embraced historic materials and techniques, and the Horten
2-29 replica, like the original, is made largely of wood and bonded with glue and nails.
Isla and Dave Horten
, of Ely, Cardiff, who are taking part in the Cash for a Month initiative PICTURE: Liz Pearce
At the age of 67, loner (but not lonely) Odd Horten
(Bard Owe) is forced to step down from his job as a train engineer.
But at 2am Norwegian Navy ship HNoMS Horten
grounded on Gruinard.
had been taking part in the Neptune Warrior exercise involving forces from 11 nations.
. Radio Goes to War: The Cultural Politics of Propaganda during World War II.
Fehn's latest museum, which houses Norway's national photographic collection and the Preus Fotomuseum, is on the top floor of a naval warehouse at Karljohansvern in Horten
on the fjord south of Oslo (other floors are for the marine museum).
By Gerd Horten
Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2002.
University of California Press xiii + 218pp 29.95 [pounds sterling] ISBN 0 520 20783 1
Miller's emphasis on Peiresc's implicit connection with Gassendi's other biographical subject, Tycho Brahe, is surely correct; the pairing of the antiquarian with the astronomer, both masters of observation, foreshadows the comic debut of such figures as Thomas Nabbes's Horten
, "an owner of rarities and antiquities," who proudly displays "A weatherbeaten stone with an inscription / That is not legible but through an optick," convinced by its minute markings that it was once an altar "in some Sibills cave / Three thousand years ago" (Thomas Nabbes, The Bride, A Comedie (1640) IV: I:47-49).
The system can be somewhat confusing: The new Dusseldorf gallery called Horten
has taken to wandering through the city's other galleries, its exhibitions camping out m a stranger's rooms, as it were, for a weekend each.