The reopening of the hemicycle
comes at just the right time in terms of the European elections: indeed, Parliament envisages transforming this arena into a sort of giant television studio.
Peter's I: Notes on a Plan of the Attic as Originally Built on the South Hemicycle
', The Burlington Magazine, vol.
The record of sedimentary rocks grains turns out to be hemicycle
with lighter and coarser upwards.
Smart people with briefcases dash about while others prefer to relax in the Hemicycle
members' coffee bar.
Delaroche is the key to much of this, as it was his semi-circular mural in the prize room of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts of Paris--known as the Hemicycle
and finished in 1841--that was the subject of one of the most celebrated engravings of the nineteenth century, done in three parts by Louis Henriquel-Dupont and exhibited (engravings had exhibition as well as commercial value) in 1853.
At one end of this garden, an elegant Neoclassical hemicycle
with a life-size bronze statue of Mariette (wearing a fez; he was dubbed pasha in 1879) honors the Egyptologist's memory.
The cathedral of Quito, capital city of Ecuador, stands at the head of an incline articulated by a circular stair, in which a lower, convex hemicycle
gives access to a concave hemicycle
The Women's Memorial is at the Grand Entrance and Hemicycle
, the gateway to Arlington National Cemetery.
The amphitheatre or hemicycle
formation for a parliament embodied a single will, with no sanction for factions (which arose despite the design) or opposition parties.
(The inaugural meeting was held in the still unfinished hemicycle
for the European Parliament in Brussels.) It has to establish its own identity and its own life.
Liberalism came to represent the center of the political hemicycle
and thus came into the position of occupying center stage as well (to shift metaphors slightly, but deliberately).