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and religious history.
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Heydari, (1) Mona Sobhani (iD), (1) Julie Werner (iD), (3,4) Hanna Damasio, (1) Carolee J.
Based on extensive interviews with Egyptians on the ground, Zack Brisson and Panthea
Lee found that key constituencies (e.g., the labor and judiciary movements) were largely not online and many feared governmental Internet surveillance.12 Brisson and Lee note that handwritten documents and simple face-to-face communication were important: 'the amount of knowledge transfer that occurs in cafes, on street corners, and from roadside newspaper vendors is immense.' Ultimately, online tools may have made helped activists communicate with each other without directly catalyzing mass participation in protests.
uxor fuit Abdratae viri nobilis apud Persas quam Cyrus expugnatis Assyriorum castris duxerat captivam.
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However, in her 2010 biography of Olsen, Panthea
Reid notes that Olsen had considerable support from publishers who paid her advances for work never completed in the 1930s, as well as generous grants later in her life.
Extant laments associated with the children's companies include "Awake, ye woeful wights," sung by Pithias in Edwards's Damon and Pithias (Children of the Chapel, 1564), and two songs by Farrant: "Ah, Alas, You Salt Sea Gods," sung by Panthea
on the death of her husband Abradates, which probably featured in an original version of The Wars of Cyrus performed by the Chapel children at Farrant's Blackfriars playhouse around 1577-80, and "Come, Tread the Path of Pensive Pangs," sung by Gismond on the death of her lover Guichardo in The Tragedy of Gismond (auspices uncertain, ?1577), of which only the song survives.
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a symbolist or even possibly an expressionistic undertaking" (141), Panthea
Reid Broughton has called it "an exercise in pure design, a true tour de force, a cubist novel" (93).
With characteristic excess, he has announced to his court his plans to forgive all hostilities, forgo all ransom, and to unite the kingdoms with the marriage of his captive to Panthea
, Arbaces's sister.
An exception could be Xenophon's Cyropaedia, which focuses on a historical character and contains some distinctly erotic content, notably the story of Panthea
(Gera 1993, 221-244).