Lt D.W. Gay& 39;s War Effort - Cecil Marshall and Marauder This page from Lt D.W. Gay& 39;s & 39;War Effort& 39; is a clipping from a newspaper article about a return visit to Italy, and shows Lt Cecil Marshall as he was during his time as a waist gunner and radio operator with No.12 Squadron, SAAF.
Viking Age Queens: The example of OsebergKirsten RuffoniUniversity of Oslo: Master’s Thesis (2011)AbstractThe Oseberg ship burial is a Viking Age burial mound containing a double female inhumation, which is located in the Oslofjord area in Norway. Through dendrochronological analysis it has been possible to determine the year in which the timbers of the grave chamber were felled, and the burial has consequently been dated to AD 834.
Phenomenology of the past: Pain and illness in the 12th CenturyBy Robert KugelmannMethods: A Journal for the Human Sciences (1993)Introduction: Subjected to relentless pain, lives contract and crumble. As in the days of Job, lonely on his dunghill, and of Philoctetes, marooned because of his foul-smelling wound and piercing cries, chronic pain today imprisons many in isolated torment.