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Niki Megalommati

Nomokanon in Fourteen Titles , 26 which was issued in 883 and became the standard canon law collection of the entire Byzantine period. Betrothal and marriage are two important expressions of a society’s efforts to perpetuate its structure. Through them

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Fabrice B. Poussin and Colin James

suburbs. © Fabrice B. Poussin The Betrothal of a Semi Compliant Therefore Semi Coherent, Narcissus By Colin James Crepes thin enough to slide under a door and other signs that you've been here, like your bullying attempts at

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Elizabeth Mazzola

disentangling Narcissus from Orpheus and ‘seeking’ beyond what he can see. Returned to England in the wake of the Cadiz expedition’s qualified success, Essex is described as a sponsor of the betrothal ceremony Spenser unfolds, a ‘noble Lord issuing’ in stanza 10

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Emily Stokes-Rees, Blaire M. Moskowitz, Moira Sun, and Jordan Wilson

by the Metropolitan Museum of Art yet goes unmentioned in this exhibition. This “Jewish Betrothal Ring” was included in the exhibition Art and Love in Renaissance Italy (2008–2009) and, during this time, at the urging of the Jewish Theological

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Lena Steveker

occasionally by choice, the exile enters a pastoral landscape where shepherds offer succour and a new way of life … the pastoral sojourn ends with the reconciliation of family members and/or former enemies, often preceding a betrothal. At this point the exiles

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Placing Time

The Diasporic Journey to Beulah

Brian Klug

pending. 19 It lies in the future. Zion will be married: Beulah will be its name. But not yet: not till journey’s end. In the meantime (to recall Heschel’s phrase), ‘Israel is engaged to eternity’ (emphasis added). Betrothal or betrayal: this is the

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Bilal Tawfiq Hamamra

-893, 908-914). Similarly, in contemporary Palestine, the female suicide bomber is frequently represented as a bride. 46 Female ‘martyrdom’ is eulogized in expressions such as ‘betrothal in death’ and ‘the brides of Palestine’, as they are wedded to the

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Natalya Khokholova

, betrothal, marriage, pregnancy, fatherhood, funerals, and initiation into religious societies—was further developed by anthropologist Victor Turner (1969) and form the basis to most contemporary analyses of age-related rites. Alternately, Douglas's idea of