Lisa's Knit Hat The sample hat was knit on size 8 needles with TLC yarn, but any worsted weight yarn is fine. Worsted weight yarn. Size 8 needles (one circular, one set double point) On the circular needle, cast on 80 stitches (more or fewer, as long as it's an even number, to get the right circumference), leaving a tail at least six inches long. Do NOT join! Row One: Knit in the front and back of each stitch to double the number of stitches. All covers are shown as 75 dpi images with links to 150 dpi versions Looking for something? Full text search on all info files Lots of Grateful Dead on this list. Jump past them.. 4Tops840714 The Four Tops 7-14-1984 Regency,Atlantic City, NJ (1flac)
Roman Social Class and Public Display Social Classes in the Late Republic Rome was a highly hierarchial and class-conscious society, but there was the possibility of mobility between most classes (indicated in the diagram above by dotted lines) because by the second century BCE class was no longer determined solely by birth. The classes described below superseded the old patrician/plebeian distinction, though certain elements of dress and religious positions and rituals were still reserved for patricians. There was a large gulf between the wealthy upper classes (the senatorial and equestrian classes, shown on the pediment of the temple above), and the poorer lower classes, though it was still possible—although quite difficult—to move upwards by acquiring sufficient wealth. Upper Classes Senatorial class (senatores): The basis for this class was political.
Visual Thinking Evolution A mind map is a diagram used to represent words, ideas, tasks, or other items linked to and arranged around a central key word or idea. Especially in British English, the terms spidergram and spidergraph are more common, but they can cause confusion with the term spider diagram used in mathematics and logic. Mind maps are used to generate, visualize, structure, and classify ideas, and as an aid to studying and organizing information, solving problems, making decisions, and writing.
By special request, Beading Made Easy! As promised, here's the scoop on beaded knitting, crochet style. I much prefer this method because it saves me from having to string hundreds of beads onto my yarn, a pretty onerous task if ya ask me! Plus it saves wear and tear on the yarn since you don't have to slide all those beads along the length of the yarn as you do with the knitted on method. The Roman Gladiator: The Rock Star of the Roman Empire A gladiator was a professional fighter who fought other gladiators and even animals in amphitheaters around the Roman Republic and Roman Empire. Gladiators fought for over 600 years of Rome’s history, evolving from modest ceremonial combats into grand entertainment spectaculars, filled with violence and gore. These battles, often fought to a bloody death, were adored by the Roman citizens, as were the gladiators themselves. The word gladiator comes from the Latin gladiatores, or “swordsmen”, taken from the Latin word gladius, which was a short sword used by the legionaries. Gladiators were by no means as high ranking on the Roman status ladder as a soldier, but they were nonetheless regarded highly in Roman society.
A story have staying power I assume that the Sept. 11 attacks will have an effect on people for decades to come. I often associate this effect with the assassination of JFK, another story that keeps evolving. And now, once again, on the 100th anniversary of its sinking, the Titanic is a story of interest. The ship may still sit on the bottom of the Atlantic, but fascination with it is all around us.
Circular Bamboo Knitting Needles Double point knitting needles, single point knitting needles, and circular knitting needles collection, including crochet hooks and tunisian crochet hooks... By purchasing a full collection of circular knitting needles, the price drops to as low as Ancient Roman Medicine EtruscansAncient RomeMedieval RomeRenaissanceBaroqueModern Rome Ancient Roman medicine was in many ways a development of what they learned from the Greeks and then applied in exasperated situations such as continuous war or gladiatorial shows. The wealth of Rome was such that it created medical situations and needs which required the best techniques and knowledge of the time: the wealth of the rich created a demand for cosmetic surgery. Large cities with high concentrations of population regularly created situations of fire or plague of various sorts and this brought a need for public health strategies, even if only rudimentary.
Characteristics of a ‘good story’ I get this question a lot these days: What makes a story a story? Every time I think I know the answer, someone changes the question. Can you really tell stories in newspapers? Is there a place for storytelling in blogs and on websites?
golden bird knits: Easy washcloth knitting patterns I'm on a big washcloth kick right now-- they can be finished in one or two evenings and are simple enough to knit while watching a movie. My goal is to have a supply on hand for birthdays and special occasions throughout the year. They make nice gifts when you fold one or two in to a small basket and include a bar of scented soap. Supplies: -Fantasy Naturale 100% Cotton Mercerized (you can knit both patterns with one skein of yarn) Gateway to Pompeii, companion site for A.D.62: Pompeii, a novel Visit the web pages below to see illustrations from ancient works of art that inspired the descriptions of people and places in the novel. Other sites include an interactive map of Pompeii, travel information, and information about replicas of ancient artifacts. A.D. 62: Pompeii, a novel set in Pompeii Ancient Art described in the novel: Murals and Mosaics Archaeological Digs Archaeology Magazine: Explore the human past with the premiere publication devoted to worldwide archaeological discovery.
Get the name of the dog Our dog Rex, a Jack Russell terrier, turned 18 years old this week. He was mentioned in The New York Times a few years ago; I was quoted as saying that my wife Karen and I loved that dog more than we loved each other. More on the consequences of that quote later. For now, I will use Rex’s birthday to return to the first writing tool I learned at the newspaper previously known as the St. Petersburg Times. Reporters, I was told by the brass, must never come home from a story without the name of the dog. Jane Thornley Tuesday, April 01, 2014 New Pattern: Crocus in the Woods Capelet Yes, spring may be delayed in some areas until further notice but on our needles, spring is in full bloom! Grow my new Crocus in the Woods tulip-necked capelet and celebrate the season!