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From:Science - Future of Lithuania (Vol. 4, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedThe title and contents of this article have emerged after trying to summarize international scientific knowledge and theory, regulations by relevant international organizations, as well as several national legislative...
From:Journal of World History (Vol. 20, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedDuring the Pax Romana of the first century C.E., not only did the Roman Empire unite the Mediterranean basin, but that empire was also part of a much broader network of exchange reaching far to the north into the Baltic...
From:Advances in Environmental BiologyPeer-ReviewedA garden with exotic elements with a four-arched building among seemingly stagnant pool water which appears two different figures in hot and cold seasons; such a way that during pool dewatering; it completely submerges...
From:The Architectural Review (Vol. 215, Issue 1287)The Villa Lante, at Bagnaia some 40 miles north of Rome, was built (probably by Vignola) for Cardinal Gambara in the 1570s. It has often been described as the most beautiful garden of the Italian Renaissance, and it...
From:World Literature Today (Vol. 94, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedNEAR THE HEART of old Tokyo, surrounded by the largest metro area in the world, the Mukõjima-Hyakkaen Garden provides a respite from the bustle of the city with a traditional and lush corner of peace and quiet. For more...
From:Renaissance Quarterly (Vol. 61, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedThe Grottenhof is a small garden surrounded by painted loggias in the Munich Residence, a palace that served as the seat of the Wittelsbach Dukes of Bavaria beginning in the sixteenth century. Completed between 1582 and...
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