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Heres

(hē`rĕs) or

Har-heres

(här–), in the Bible, town, S ancient Palestine, probably the same as Beth-shemeshBeth-shemesh
, in the Bible. 1 The Egyptian Heliopolis. 2 Town of ancient Palestine, the modern Tel Bet Shemesh (Israel), W of Jerusalem. Excavations there have revealed traces of the Egyptian occupation in the 2d millennium B. C. It also appears as Ir-shemesh.
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There is always something else to understand, something more deeply real and probably unattainable: "autre chose de plus profondement reel et l'on dirait d'insaisissable" (Haeres 62).
This lack of familiarity has a pendant in the architectural structure of the city: the proximity of the most distant styles, Frenaud says, "brusquely crepitates like a metaphor" ("crepite soudain a la facon d'une metaphore" Haeres 64).
After years of fallacious subjective control over the world, Frenaud says, some unfathomable spiritual forces seize the opportunity to become real and take their toll: the event's unpredictability and indetermination causes a hallucinatory gaze charged with dreamlike visions, in which the subject craves to get lost (Haeres 64).
Bricco may soundly suggests that the reference text on Frenaud's Italian experience is "Cette nuit-la a Florence," but in Florence the subject's excitement from the novelties at every corner is eventually appeased: "A un sentiment d'echec au comble du desespoir, succedait celui de liberte et de domination, d'orgueil comble [...] l'orgueil se confondait avec la joie [...]" (Haeres 65).
Et si les uns ignorent ce qu'ils savent, les autres connaissent sans doute quelque chose qu'ils paraissent ignorer ; des hommes qui sont la absents ou en dehors de leur secret" (Haeres 61).
Such estates are normally brought to the attention of the QLTRQL by the National Ultimus Haeres Unit (NUHU), Glasgow.