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Resurrecting the Granary of Rome: Davis Book Published by: Tales of deforestation and desertification in North Africa have been told from the Roman period to the present. Such stories of environmental decline in the Maghreb are still recounted by experts and are widely accepted without question today. International organizations such as the United Nations frequently invoke these inaccurate stories to justify environmental conservation and development projects in the arid and semiarid lands in North Africa and around the Mediterranean basin.
Transformed by the media into a religious and historical relic overnight, the artifact made its way to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, where , people congregated to experience what had been prematurely and hyperbolically billed as the closest tactile connection to Jesus yet unearthed. Within a few months, however, the ossuary was revealed to be a forgery.
Title Page, Copyright pp. Archaeological Context and Controversy: The Bones of James Unpacked pp. The Brother of Jesus in Toronto pp.
Resurrecting The Muse [Francesca James, Cathy Silton, Erica Ollesh] on linawycatuzy.gq *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. There has never been a more. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Francesca recognized as a child that she is an internal being, an observer of what occurs around her; always listening.
Finding True Religion in the James Ossuary: The Conundrum of Relics in Faith Narratives pp. Christian Artifacts in Documentary Film: The Case of the James Ossuary pp.
Anatomy of a Cargo Cult: Virginity, Relic Envy, and Hallowed Boxes pp.