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. However, they adopt the principle of line drawing to replace the silhouette. In the middle of 7th century BC, there appears the black and white style: black figures on a white zone, accompanied by polychromy to render the color of the flesh or clothing. Clay used in Athens was much more orange than that of Corinth, and so did not lend itself as easily to the representation of flesh. Attic Orientalising Painters include the Analatos Painter, the Mesogeia Painter and the Polyphemos Painter. Interest in Greek art lagged behind the revival of classical scholarship during the Renaissance and revived in the academic circle round Nicholas Poussin in Rome in the 1630s. Though modest collections of vases recovered from ancient tombs in Italy were made in the 15th and 16th centuries these were regarded as Etruscan (Etruscan art). It is possible that Lorenzo de Medici bought several Attic vases directly from Greece A letter of 1491 to Lorenzo from Angelo Poliziano made an offer of 3 vases as an addition to an implied existing collection ; however the connection between them and the examples excavated in central Italy was not made until much later. Winckelmann's '''Geschichte der Kunst des Alterthums'' of 1764 first refuted the Etruscan origin of what we now know to be Greek pottery Though the first conjecture belongs to A.S Mazochius, ''In regii herculanensis musaei tabulas hercleenes commentarii'', 1754-8, however Winckelmann had access to greater resources including the first plates of the Hamilton collection. See D. von Bothmer, ''Greek vase-painting'' in ''Paper on the Amasis Painter and his World'', 1987 yet Sir William Hamilton (William Hamilton (diplomat))'s two collections, one lost at sea the other now in the British Museum, were still published as "Etruscan vases"; it would take until 1837 with Stackelberg (Otto Magnus von Stackelberg (archaeologist))'s ''Gräber der Hellenen'' to conclusively end the controversy. Thanks to the ability of scholars to compare Greek finds with Italian ones following the Greek War of Independence, however the textual analysis in g. Kramer, ''Uber den Styl und die Herunft der bemalten griechischen Thongefasse'' 1837 and Otto Jahn's catalogue of the Vulci finds contributed to the changing consensus. See Cook, ''Greek Painted Pottery'', 1997, p.283 '''Avgeio''' (Greek: Αυγείο, before 1955: Μπουχιώτη - ''Bouchioti'' Name changes of settlements in Greece ) is a village in the northern part of the municipal unit of Amaliada, Elis (Elis (regional unit)), Greece. It is situated in a plain near ancient Elis, 1 km southwest of Kalyvia (Kalyvia Ilidos), 2 km northeast of Sosti (Sosti, Elis) and 9 km north of Amaliada. ''Hale'' joined Destroyer Squadron 3, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, and after training exercises departed 11 July 1919 for Europe. On this cruise, the ship paid goodwill visits to European and Mediterranean ports, assisted in the execution of the Austrian Armistice (Armistice with Austria) in October, and joined the American detachment in Turkish (Turkey) waters. ''Hale'' then carried refugees, relief officials, and freight between the ports of Greece, Bulgaria, and Russia, showing the flag in the vital Mediterranean and Balkan area. She returned to Philadelphia (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 31 March 1920 and resumed her schedule of training and development exercises along the Eastern Coast. ''Hale'' decommissioned at Philadelphia 22 June 1922 and remained in reserve until 1 May 1930, when she re-commissioned. '''Aglianico''' (pronounced Commons:Category:Greece Wikipedia:Greece Dmoz:Regional Europe Greece


Deforestation and Forest Degradation REDD Scheme funding applications can be made. This will help bring much needed economic benefits to the local communities whilst also encouraging a reduction in deforestation and the associated biodiversity protection that comes with that. Perdita (Rosie Perez) is a tough, no-nonsense lady clad in a Tura Satana-style black outfit. She meets Romeo Dolorosa (Javier Bardem), a maniacal criminal who also


of charge with almost every meal, hot in winter and cold in summer. There is a huge variety of tea in bottles and cans in convenience-store fridges and vending machines. Western-style black tea is called ''kōcha'' (紅茶); if you don't ask for it specifically you're likely to get Japanese brown or green tea. Chinese oolong tea is also very popular. The major types of Japanese tea are: * ''sencha'' (煎茶), the common green tea * ''matcha'' (抹茶), soupy powdered ceremonial green tea. The less expensive varieties are bitter and the more expensive varieties are slightly sweet. * ''hōjicha'' (ほうじ茶), roasted green tea * ''genmaicha'' (玄米茶), tea with roasted rice, tastes popcorn-y * ''mugicha'' (麦茶), a drink of roasted barley, served iced in summer Just like Chinese teas, Japanese teas are always drunk neat, without the use of any milk or sugar. However, Western-style milk tea can also be found in most of the American fast food chains. Coffee '''Coffee''' (コーヒー ''kōhī'') is quite popular in Japan, though it's not part of the typical Japanese breakfast. It's usually brewed to the same strength as European coffee; weaker, watered down coffee is called ''American''. Canned coffee (hot and cold) is a bit of a curiosity, and widely available in vending machines like other beverages for about ¥120 per can. Most canned coffee is sweet, so look for brands with the English word "Black" or the kanji 無糖 ("no sugar") if you want it unsweetened. Decaffeinated coffee is very rare in Japan, even at Starbucks, but is available in some locations. There are many coffee shops in Japan, including Starbucks. Major local chains include '''Doutor''' (known for its low prices) and '''Excelsior'''. A few restaurants, such as Mister Donut, Jonathan's and Skylark, offer unlimited refills on coffee for those who are particularly addicted to caffeine (or want to get some late-night work done). Soft drinks There are many uniquely Japanese soft drinks and trying random drinks on vending machines is one of the little joys of Japan. A few of note include ''Calpis'' (カルピス), a kind of yogurt-based soft drink that tastes better than it sounds and the famous ''Pocari Sweat'' (a Gatorade-style isotonic drink). A more traditional Japanese soft drink is ''Ramune'' (ラムネ), nearly the same as ''Sprite'' or ''7-Up'' but noteworthy for its unusual bottle, where one pushes down a marble into an open space below the spout instead of using a bottle opener. Most American soft drink brands (Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Mountain Dew) are widely available. The only choices for diet soda will be Diet Coke, Coke Zero, or Diet Pepsi. Root Beer is nearly impossible to find outside of specialty import food shops or Okinawa. Ginger ale is very popular however, and a common find in vending machines. Caffeinated ''energy drinks'' are available in many local brands (usually infused with ginseng). In Japan, the term "juice" (ジュース ''jūsu'') is catch-all term for any kind of fruity soft drink - sometimes even Coca-Cola and the like - and extremely few are 100% juice. So if it's fruit squeezings you want, ask for ''kajū'' (果汁). Drinks in Japan are required to display the percentage of fruit content on the label; this can be very helpful to ensure you get the 100% orange juice you were wanting, rather than the much more common 20% varieties. Bathe zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


April 2008 accessdate 29 April 2008 thumb left Boiling ''Boudin Rouge (Red Pudding)'', a Cajun (Image:Boudin2.jpg) sausage As German Americans are one of the largest ancestral groups in the United States, foods like blood sausage (sometimes still called ''Blutwurst'') are still eaten in the country, although often by older generations. Among other English (English language)-speaking North Americans, the consumption of British-style black pudding and similar dishes is largely confined to recent immigrants from Great Britain, Ireland, Australia, and so forth. This Old World tradition also continues with French Canadians and Cajuns (Acadians). Blood sausages are very difficult to find in American supermarkets, and are often made at home, especially by the older generations. In Wisconsin, Brussels (Brussels, Wisconsin) and Sturgeon Bay (Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin) are all home to local grocers who produce blood sausage, due to their large Belgian American populations. Supermarkets throughout Maine also carry locally produced blood pudding due to the state's large French Canadian population. In southeastern Michigan, Polish-style ''Kaszanka (Kaszanka (food))'' can be found in supermarkets throughout the year and is very popular. According to the story published in eight chapters to promote ''The Return of Dr. Octagon'', a package containing new songs by Octagon arrived at the offices of OCD International, who hired "interpreters" to decipher the meaning of each song. Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia

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was where many English (English American) and Ulster-Scots (Scots-Irish American) immigrants settled, bringing with them the musical traditions of their homelands. Hence the sounds of jigs and reel (reel (dance))s, especially as played on the fiddle, were innate to the developing style. Black musicians infused characteristics of the blues to the mix, and in a development that was key to shaping the bluegrass sound, introduced the iconic banjo to the region. The '''city

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