Sumer Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Situation du Pays de Sumer Ayant été complètement oubliée après les débuts de notre ère, la civilisation de Sumer a été redécouverte durant la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle grâce aux fouilles de sites archéologiques du Sud mésopotamien, dont l'exploration s'est poursuivie par la suite, jusqu'à connaître un arrêt en raison des troubles politiques affectant l'Irak à partir des années 1990. En plus des redécouvertes architecturales et artistiques qui furent à plusieurs reprises remarquables, les fouilles ont permis la découverte de dizaines de milliers de tablettes inscrites en écriture cunéiforme, qui est la plus ancienne documentation écrite connue avec celle de l’Égypte antique. À la suite de l'analyse de cette documentation, cette civilisation s'est vite révélée être déterminante dans l'élaboration des civilisations antiques, en premier lieu celle de la Mésopotamie. Conditions d'étude[modifier | modifier le code] Un peuple ? ↑ J.
Answers to Questions about the Planetary Grid Answers to common questions about the grid NEXT: History of the World Grid Theory (1) Is there a typology of grid lines, i.e., do the edges of different solids (or the three additional sets of great circles proposed by R. Buckminster Fuller) manifest different characteristic properties? (2) Are there characteristics associated with the three "major" types of grid intersection (12 centers of dodecahedron faces; 20 centers of icosahedron faces; and 30 "diamond" centers where dodecahedron and icosahedron edges cross)? (3) What counts as "on" a grid line? (4) Is human energy part of the grid system? (5) Can/ should the grid be publicly discussed as a planning model for global environmental/ technological cooperation? (6) Is the concept of the grid useful as a mnemonic model that will empower individuals who have learned about it? These have not been easy to answer, especially since it is so easy to be self-serving in this regard. (1) Tentatively, we believe "yes".
Voynich Manuscript Written in Central Europe at the end of the 15th or during the 16th century, the origin, language, and date of the Voynich Manuscript—named after the Polish-American antiquarian bookseller, Wilfrid M. Voynich, who acquired it in 1912—are still being debated as vigorously as its puzzling drawings and undeciphered text. Described as a magical or scientific text, nearly every page contains botanical, figurative, and scientific drawings of a provincial but lively character, drawn in ink with vibrant washes in various shades of green, brown, yellow, blue, and red. For a complete physical description and foliation, including missing leaves, see the Voynich catalog record. Read a detailed chemical analysis of the Voynich Manuscript (8 p., pdf) History of the Collection Like its contents, the history of ownership of the Voynich manuscript is contested and filled with some gaps. References Goldstone, Lawrence and Nancy Goldstone. 2005. Romaine Newbold, William. 1928. Manly, John Mathews. 1921.
Introduction to HFC (Hybrid Fiber Coax) Access Network - fiber optics HFC is short for Hybrid Fiber/Coax. This network can provide reliable bandwidth for all types of interactive video, data, and voice services. HFC, as an advanced community antenna television (CATV) network, is not hampered by the same copper wire restrictions as ADSL. HFC—Definition and Its Working Principle HFC refers to a broadband telecommunication network that combines optical fiber and coaxial cable, which has been utilized globally by cable television operators since the early 1990s. The above image shows HFC distribution system. Significant Benefits—HFC Over CATV To begin with, HFC network provides high performance at low cost because they can be designed to match the asymmetrical bandwidth needs of most broadband distribution systems. Next, compared to CATV, HFC network is more reliable, immune to noise and possesses almost non-existent attenuation. What’s more, HFC network possesses a high bandwidth capabilities. Summary HFC improves the quality of TV signal.
Sumerian Mythology: Introduction Sacred Texts Ancient Near East Index Previous Next p. 1 The study of Sumerian culture introduced by the present volume, Sumerian Mythology, is to be based largely on Sumerian literary sources; it will consist of the formulation of the spiritual and religious concepts of the Sumerians, together with the reconstructed text and translation of the Sumerian literary compositions in which these concepts are revealed. It is therefore very essential that the reader have a clear picture of the nature of our source material, which consists primarily of some three thousand tablets and fragments inscribed in the Sumerian language and dated approximately 1750 B. C. a It is the first aim of the Introduction of the present volume to achieve such clarification. The decipherment of Sumerian differed from that of Accadian 3 and Egyptian in one significant detail, a detail p. 2 which proved to be one of the factors in hampering the progress of Sumerology to no inconsiderable extent. p. 3 p. 4 p. 5 p. 6 p. 7 p. 8
Chris Bird's Planet Grid from NAJ Planetary Grid by Chris Bird NEXT: "The Twelve Devil's Graveyards Around the World" New Age Journal, May, 1975 pages 36-41 An excerpt of Chris' article follows: The main thrust of the article [which appeared in Khimiya i Zhizn' (Chemistry and Life), the popular science journal of the USSR Academy of Sciences under the title: "Is the Earth a Large Crystal?"], based on studies made by the three collaborators of data taken from fields as widely separated as archaeology, geochemistry, ornithology and meteorology, was the suggestion that the earth projects from within itself to the surface a dual geometrically regularized grid. While this allegation may seem fantastic at the outset, the idea of the earth as a geometric shape goes back in history at least to the Pythagorean school of thinking in ancient Greece. Devil's Triangle ChristopherBird.org
Voynich Manuscript Based on the evidence of the calligraphy, the drawings, the vellum, and the pigments, Wilfrid Voynich estimated that the Manuscript was created in the late 13th century. The manuscript is small, seven by ten inches, but thick, nearly 235 pages. It is written in an unknown script of which there is no known other instance in the world. The Voynich Manuscript is a cipher manuscript, sometimes attributed to Roger Bacon. Scientific text in an unidentified language, in cipher, possibly written in central Europe in the 15th century. It is abundantly illustrated with awkward coloured drawings of:: Detail from page 78r of Voynich Manuscript depicting the "biological" section "Tiny naked women frolicking in bathtubs" - a fragment of page 70 Copyright: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale UniversityPage 70r Image Source >> No one really knows the origins of the manuscript. A sample of untranslatable text from the Voynich manuscript View Voynich photos and search for "Voynich Manuscript" Dr.
Make Your Network Ready for 40GbE to the Server In today’s server networks, 40GbE has become commonplace and has gradually taken over multiple 10GbE links to each server. Installation of 40GbE devices in the field will be a requirement for customer service and reduced operating costs. So are you ready for embracing 40GbE era? But how should the network prepare for delivering 40GbE to servers? The core of the 40GbE networking, just like the 1GbE or 10GbE networks, is a pair of transceiver modules connected by optical patch cables. A Quick Overview of QSFP Transceiver Modules QSFP is a compact, hot-pluggable transceiver used to plug into network servers, interface cards or switches. DAC and AOC Cabling The standards for 40GbE have been around for more than 2 years, and a number of routers, switches, and network cards have already operated at this speed. 40GbE cabling is also an important segment of upgrading your network. Prospect Summary Believe it or not, the 40 Gigabit Ethernet era is already upon us.
Sumérien Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. L'akkadien a progressivement remplacé le sumérien comme langue parlée autour du XXe siècle av. J.-C., mais le sumérien a continué à être utilisé comme langue sacrée, cérémonielle, littéraire et scientifique en Mésopotamie jusqu'au Ier siècle av. J.-C.,. Variétés[modifier | modifier le code] Évolution de la langue[modifier | modifier le code] Hymne à Iddin-Dagan, roi de Larsa. L'évolution de la langue sumérienne peut se diviser en plusieurs périodes : le sumérien archaïque - XXXIe siècle au XXVIIe siècle ;le vieux sumérien ou sumérien classique - XXVIe siècle au XXIIIe siècle ;le néo-sumérien - XXIIIe siècle au XXIe siècle ;le sumérien tardif - XXe siècle au XVIIIe siècle ;le post-sumérien - après 1700 av. Le sumérien archaïque est la première période de la langue (période de Djemdet Nasr), période qui s'étend du XXXIe au XXXe siècle av. Sociolectes[modifier | modifier le code] Aperçu grammatical[modifier | modifier le code] Remarques :