Gnomon

... The Roman army at war 100 BC - AD 200 (L. Keppie) 82 Goodman (with the assistance of Sherwood), The Roman World 44 BC - AD 180 (M.Clauss) 46s Hammond, Philip of Macedon (W. Heckel) 273 XXVI Gnomon 71, 2000 Hartog, s.

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Gnomon

The connotation of the term gnomon is that originally given by Hero of Alexandria , namely , “ A Gnomon is that form that , when added to some form , results in a new form similar to the original . ” I open the book with a historical ...

Author: Midhat J. Gazalé

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691005140

Category: Mathematics

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The author "explains the properties of gnomons [self-repeating shapes], traces their long and colorful history in human thought, and explores the mathematical and geometrical marvels they make possible."--Jacket.

Gnomon of the New Testament

GNOMON NOVI TESTAMENTI , at Tübingen in 1742 , 4to ( New Ed . 1759 , 1773 : Ed . Steudel , 1835 ) . The designation was meant to imply that the work is an Index or Pointer , " to indicate what lies within the compass of the sacred text ...

Author: Johann Albrecht Bengel

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Category: Bible

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Gnomon of the New Testament Volume 5

He used frequent prayer to fit him for the work ' : and when the Gnomon was sent him completed from the Tübingen press , the 28th of March 1742 , he sang that evening the well - known hymn :" Thou , who our best works hast wrought ...

Author: John A. Bengel

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1725236680

Category: Religion

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Bengel's work on the New Testament is a valuable resource for modern students of the Scriptures. In 1734, he published a carefully prepared Greek text of the New Testament with an "Apparatus criticus," which formed the point of departure for modern New Testament textual criticism. His famous canon was: "The more difficult reading is to be preferred." This critical work was followed by an exegetical one, Gnomon Novi Testamenti (Tubingen, 1742). As a brief and suggestive commentary on the New Testament, the Gnomon is still of considerable use today. Bengel's chief principle of interpretation, briefly stated, is to read nothing into the Scriptures, but to draw everything from them, and suffer nothing to remain hidden that is really in them. His Gnomon exerted considerable influence on exegesis in Germany, and John Wesley translated most of its notes and incorporated them into his Annotatory Notes upon the New Testament (London, 1755). A. Hauck, Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. This volume is 5 of a 5 volume set. Each volume is sold separately.

John Albert Bengel s Gnomon of the New Testament

GNOMON NOVI TESTAMENTI , at Tübingen in 1742 , 4to ( New Ed . 1759 , 1773 : Ed . Steudel , 1835 ) . The designation was meant to imply that the work is an Index or Pointer , " to indicate what lies within the compass of the sacred text ...

Author: Johann Albrecht Bengel

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Category: Bible

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Gnomon of the New Testament Volume 1

No one will expect to find in the Gnomon what can be obtained from a Grammar or Lexicon of the Greek Tongue. Sometimes, however, when anything of moment is involved, or when others labour under a hallucination, we descend to such ...

Author: John A. Bengel

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1498293549

Category: Religion

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Bengel's work on the New Testament is a valuable resource for modern students of the Scriptures. In 1734, he published a carefully prepared Greek text of the New Testament with an "Apparatus criticus," which formed the point of departure for modern New Testament textual criticism. His famous canon was: "The more difficult reading is to be preferred." This critical work was followed by an exegetical one, Gnomon Novi Testamenti (Tubingen, 1742). As a brief and suggestive commentary on the New Testament, the Gnomon is still of considerable use today. Bengel's chief principle of interpretation, briefly stated, is to read nothing into the Scriptures, but to draw everything from them, and suffer nothing to remain hidden that is really in them. His Gnomon exerted considerable influence on exegesis in Germany, and John Wesley translated most of its notes and incorporated them into his Annotatory Notes upon the New Testament (London, 1755). A. Hauck, Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. This volume is 1 of a 5 volume set. Each volume is sold separately.

Gnomon of the New Testament Volume 2

Version follows the decision of the Gnomon .-- Again , the Harm . Ev . , pp . 579 , 580 , gives the preference to éxeívn , subjoining moreover this , “ John has throughout such readers in his mind as are not Jews , but need instruction ...

Author: John A. Bengel

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1725236656

Category: Religion

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Bengel's work on the New Testament is a valuable resource for modern students of the Scriptures. In 1734, he published a carefully prepared Greek text of the New Testament with an "Apparatus criticus," which formed the point of departure for modern New Testament textual criticism. His famous canon was: "The more difficult reading is to be preferred." This critical work was followed by an exegetical one, Gnomon Novi Testamenti (Tubingen, 1742). As a brief and suggestive commentary on the New Testament, the Gnomon is still of considerable use today. Bengel's chief principle of interpretation, briefly stated, is to read nothing into the Scriptures, but to draw everything from them, and suffer nothing to remain hidden that is really in them. His Gnomon exerted considerable influence on exegesis in Germany, and John Wesley translated most of its notes and incorporated them into his Annotatory Notes upon the New Testament (London, 1755). A. Hauck, Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. This volume is 2 of a 5 volume set. Each volume is sold separately.


Gnomon

Apparently there's an actual metal gnomon, an architect's tool, glued to the wooden board on which the whole thing is painted. Unboxing art is even better than unboxing a new phone. It is bigger, more physical, and what is underneath ...

Author: Nick Harkaway

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1473539544

Category: Fiction

Page: 704

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A GUARDIAN BOOK OF THE YEAR 'Gnomon is an extraordinary novel, and one I can’t stop thinking about some weeks after I read it. It is deeply troubling, magnificently strange, and an exhilarating read.' Emily St. John Mandel, author of Station Eleven 'Nick Harkaway’s most ambitious novel yet. [A] story of near-future mass surveillance, artificial intelligence and human identity ... An amazing and quite unforgettable piece of fiction.' Guardian 'Harkaway dazzles.' Daily Mail 'Wonderfully good.' Sunday Times Near-future Britain is a state in which citizens are constantly observed and democracy has reached a pinnacle of 'transparency.' Every action is seen, every word is recorded and the System has access to thoughts and memories. When suspected dissident Diana Hunter dies in custody, it marks the first time a citizen has been killed during an interrogation. Mielikki Neith, a trusted state inspector, is assigned to find out what went wrong. Immersing herself in neural recordings of the interrogation, what she finds isn't Hunter but rather a panorama of characters within Hunter's psyche. Embedded in the memories of these impossible lives lies a code which Neith must decipher to find out what Hunter is hiding. The staggering consequences of what she finds will reverberate throughout the world.

Gnomon

number two spring 1967 editor : JONATHAN GREENE gnomon is published by the gnomon press at 707 Franklin Avenue , Lexington , Kentucky 40508. A four issue subscription costs $ 5.00 . Mss . will not be returned unless accompanied by a ...

Author: Jonathan Greene

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