Tablets

Some articles on tablets, tablet:

Gradeshnitsa Tablets
... The Gradeshnitsa tablets (Bulgarian Плочката от Градешница) are, along with the Tărtăria tablets, an important testimony of late neolithic proto-writing known as the Vinča signs ... The tablets are dated to the 5th millennium BC and are currently preserved in the Vratsa Archeological Museum of Bulgaria ... In 2006, these tablets were the subject of attention in Bulgarian media due to claims made by Stephen Guide, a Bulgarian-American of the Institute of Transcendent ...
Laws Of Eshnunna
... LE) are inscribed on two cuneiform tablets discovered in Tell Abū Harmal, Baghdad, Iraq ... Taha Baqir unearthed two parallel sets of tablets in 1945 and 1947 ... The two tablets are separate copies of an older source and date back to ca ...
Stalevo - Dosing - Adult Dosing - Parkinson's Disease, Idiopathic
... Maximum 1 tablet per dose, 8 tablets per day (all but the highest strength tablets), 6 tablets per day (Stalevo 200) ... Tablets are not to be cut, crushed, or chewed ...
Sippar-Amnanum - Archaeology
... Most of the tablets ended up in the British Museum ... This makes it difficult to tell which tablets came from Sippar-Amnanum as opposed to Sippar ... More Tell ed-Der tablets were purchased from locals by E ...
Sōgen-ji
... In 1496, memorial tablets representing the kings of the Ryūkyū Kingdom were installed in the temple, establishing it as a royal mausoleum ... Though these royal memorial tablets continued to be enshrined in the Sōgen-ji for many centuries, beginning in 1521, the actual royal remains were entombed in the Tamaudun mausoleum completed that year a short ... and gates, foundations and steps, and some tablets and steles survived ...

Famous quotes containing the word tablets:

    Inscribe it in the remembering tablets of your mind.
    Aeschylus (525–456 B.C.)

    For Hades is mighty in calling men to account below the earth, and with a mind that records in tablets he surveys all things.
    Aeschylus (525–456 B.C.)

    The Anglo-American can indeed cut down, and grub up all this waving forest, and make a stump speech, and vote for Buchanan on its ruins, but he cannot converse with the spirit of the tree he fells, he cannot read the poetry and mythology which retire as he advances. He ignorantly erases mythological tablets in order to print his handbills and town-meeting warrants on them.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)