Home: Art Images for College Teaching Art Images for College Teaching (AICT) began as a personal project dedicated to the principle of free exchange of image resources for and among members of the educational community. The University of Michigan Library provides access to this collection for educational and research purposes. Allan T. Kohl, the creator of this collection, has dedicated any copyright he might hold in the collection to the public domain, via the CC0 1.0 Public Domain Dedication. Citation of Art Images for College Teaching/Allan T. For further information, please contact:
Mardin 1915 - Yves Ternon - Revue d'Histoire Arménienne Contemporaine LIVRE PREMIER. Reconstitution historique PREMIÈRE PARTIE. DEUXIÈME PARTIE Le génocide des Arméniens du sandjak de Diarbékir TROISIÈME PARTIE Mardin dans la Guerre mondiale QUATRIÈME PARTIE L’élimination des chrétiens du sandjak de Mardin CINQUIÈME PARTIE Mardin dans le génocide arménien éPILOGUE LIVRE SECOND. Annexes revue d’histoire arménienne contemporaine Annales du centre d’histoire arménienne contemporaine Union Générale Arménienne de Bienfaisance Tome IV, 2000-2002 directeur : Raymond H. conseil scientifique — Stéphan Astourian (Berkeley University, états-Unis) ; — Hervé Georgelin (EHESS, France) ; — Magdalena Golnazarian-Nichanian (Université Paris III, France) ; — George Hintlian (Christian Heritage Research Institute, Jérusalem) ; — Hilmar Kaiser (Allemagne) ; — Méroujan Karapétian (Académie des Sciences, Institut d’Histoire, Arménie) ; — Raymond H.
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Mardin (Turquie), la pierre angulaire de l'architecture sacrée «Couronnant clochers et minarets, la voûte hémisphérique trouve toute sa splendeur sous les mihrabs des mosquées», souligne Othman Mikou, étudiant en 3e année à l’ENSA Paris-Val de Seine. Chrétienne et musulmane donc, l’architecture de Mardin, ville turque sur la Route de la Soie, a fait de la pierre un matériau de prédilection. Découverte en images. Turquie Architecture aROOTS technologie restaurant
Collections search These artworks and photographs are from the library at Wellcome Collection and have been collected over several decades. Most of the works were acquired between 1890 and 1936 by Sir Henry Wellcome and his agents across the globe. The images reflect Wellcome’s collecting interests and were intended to form a documentary resource that reflects the cultural and historical contexts of health and medicine. You may find some of these representations of people and cultures offensive or distressing. On occasion individuals are depicted as research subjects, and the collection includes images of nakedness, medical conditions and surgical interventions. Wellcome had a personal interest in medical and ethnographic objects and the objects, artworks and photographs he collected were initially presented in the Wellcome Historical Medical Museum. Many of the images on this site were digitised during the 1990s, and first made available online in 2002.