Звездочеты древности. (Звездобройците на древността, 1986) by Николов Никола Стефанов, Перевод с болгарского

By Николов Никола Стефанов, Перевод с болгарского Е.А.Колотилова Под редакцией П.В.Щеглова.

КРАТКОЕ ОГЛАВЛЕНИЕ: Предисловие редактора перевода Предисловие к русскому изданию Предисловие Глава 1. Библиотека Ашшурбанипала Глава 2. Первые шаги астрономии Глава three. Археоастрономия Глава four. Стоунхендж Глава five. Священная Сотис и приливы Нила (70). Глава 6. Мифология, астрология, астрономия (95). Глава 7. Астрономические открытия в Вавилоне и Ассирии (104). Глава eight. Астрономия на черепашьем панцире (128). Глава nine. Праболгары (152). Глава 10. Древняя культура Нового Света (161). Глава eleven. Небесный зоопарк (187). Глава 12. Хаос превращается в Космос (204). Глава thirteen. Александрийская школа (233). Глава 14. Календарь Юлия Цезаря (259). Глава 15. Арабская астрономия (267). Глава sixteen. Балканский полуостров и славянские земли: Заключение (286). Литература (287). Аннотация издательства: В книге болгарских астрономов и популяризаторов науки излагается история зарождения астрономии у древних народов и ее развития вплоть до середины XVI в. Приводятся основные сведения о видимом движении небесных тел, рассматриваются календарные системы разных народов, а также происхождение названий созвездий. Для всех, кто интересуется историей астрономии.

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If this happened with Hazards then it would be for the company to file a defence and to prove (on the balance of probabilities) that the conviction is irrelevant or was erroneous. Dispute resolution is encouraged. In civil 22 Safety at Work personal injury claims, settlement rather than court trial is a likely outcome, under the guidance of insurers. If Bertha Duncan (n´ee Smith) is suing in Scotland her case is referred to as Smith (or Duncan) v. Hazards Ltd, though for brevity it may be quoted as Duncan v.

In 1992 the House of Lords decided that if there is an ambiguity, a minister’s clear explanation to Parliament, as published in Hansard, may be used to interpret a statute43. As a result of Article 10 (formerly 5) of the EEC Treaty 1957, which requires Member States to ‘take all appropriate measures to ensure fulfilment of the obligations arising out of the treaty’, UK courts give a purposive interpretation where the purpose of UK legislation is to give meaning to a directive. An example is Pickstone v.

English courts hearing civil actions are the county courts and the High Court; in Scotland the Sheriff Court and the Court of Session. In Northern Ireland the County Court and the High Court deal with civil accident claims. Civil cases rarely have a jury; in personal injury cases only in the most exceptional circumstances. A civil case must be proved on the balance of probabilities, which has been described as ‘a reasonable degree of probability . . more probable than not’. This is a lower standard than the criminal one of beyond reasonable doubt, which a judge may explain to a jury as ‘satisfied so that you are sure’ of the guilt of the accused.

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