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Druidry And The Ancestors

Author: Nimue Brown
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 1780996772
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Exploring how we use the past to construct ourselves, and how we imagine the future.

Archaeologists And The Dead

Author: Howard Williams
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198753535
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This volume addresses the relationship between archaeologists and the dead, through the many dimensions of their relationships: in the field (through practical and legal issues), in the lab (through their analysis and interpretation), and in their written, visual and exhibitionary practice--disseminated to a variety of academic and public audiences. Written from a variety of perspectives, its authors address the experience, effect, ethical considerations, and cultural politics of working with mortuary archaeology. Whilst some papers reflect institutional or organizational approaches, others are more personal in their view: creating exciting and frank insights into contemporary issues that have hitherto often remained "unspoken" among the discipline. Reframing funerary archaeologists as "death-workers" of a kind, the contributors reflect on their own experience to provide both guidance and inspiration to future practitioners, arguing strongly that we have a central role to play in engaging the public with themes of mortality and commemoration, through the lens of the past. Spurred by the recent debates in the UK, papers from Scandinavia, Austria, Italy, the US, and the mid-Atlantic, frame these issues within a much wider international context that highlights the importance of cultural and historical context in which this work takes place.

Pagan Portals Australian Druidry

Author: Julie Brett
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 1785353713
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Pagan Portals: Australian Druidry works as a supplement to the study of Druidry and other nature-based spiritual paths as practiced in Australia. The seasons, animals, plants and ancestral histories of the land in Australia are quite different from those of the Celtic lands where Druidry originates. Julie Brett discusses the difficulties of following a nature-based tradition in an environment wildly different from Druidism's place of origin, and offers practical information on how to adapt the practice of Druidry to suit the energy of the land and respect its spirits and ancestors.

Tracing Your Ancestors Lives

Author: Barbara J Starmans
Publisher: Pen and Sword
ISBN: 1473879736
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Tracing Your Ancestors’ Lives is not a comprehensive study of social history but instead an exploration of the various aspects of social history of particular interest to the family historian. It has been written to help researchers to go beyond the names, dates and places in their pedigree back to the time when their ancestors lived. Through the research advice, resources and case studies in the book, researchers can learn about their ancestors, their families and the society they lived in and record their stories for generations to come. Each chapter highlights an important general area of study. Topics covered include the family and society; domestic life; birth life and death; work, wages and economy; community, religion and government. Barbara J. Starmans’s handbook encourages family historians to immerse themselves more deeply in their ancestors’ time and place. Her work will give researchers a fascinating insight into what their ancestors’ lives were like.

The Druid Renaissance

Author: Philip Carr-Gomm
Publisher: Thorsons Pub
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Designed to provide marketing managers and students with the financial know-how to maximize the cost effectiveness of their marketing activities, this is a concise account of how and why you should integrate a financial function within the marketing process. It stresses the pivotal relationship between finance and strategy in the marketing process and clearly demonstrates the techniques and calculations that are necessary to formulate a comprehensive plan. Professor Ward also concentrates on how financial input in marketing can create shareholder value and demonstrates how to achieve the required integration of the finance function with marketing for the successful modern business. The text reflects the trend towards stressing the need for marketing to contribute to shareholder value and is backed up with a number of integrated industry examples and case studies to demonstrate the success and failure caused by the marketing finance interface.

Principles Of Druidry

Author: Emma Restall Orr
Publisher: HarperThorsons
ISBN: 9780722536742
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Offers an explanation of the basic principles of Druidry, discussing its philosophy of honoring the spirits of nature, and covering such topics as rites of passage, herbcraft, and healing