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D̲j̲abala b. al-Ḥārit̲h̲

(467 words)

Author(s): Shahid, I. A.
, Ghassānid chieftain [see G̲h̲assān ] of the pre-Islamic period, who made his début in G̲h̲assānid - Byzantine relations ca. 500 A.D., when he mounted an offensive against Palestina Tertia but was beaten by Romanus, the dux of that province. Shortly afterwards in 502, Byzantium concluded a treaty with the G̲h̲assānids and recognised them as its new allies ( foederati ). Throughout the remaining part of the reign of the emperor Anastasius (491-518), the sources are silent on D̲j̲abala, who was probably not yet the G̲h̲assānid king b…

Ḏj̲abala b. al-Ḥārit̲h̲

(465 words)

Author(s): Shahîd, I. A.
, chef g̲h̲assānide [voir G̲h̲assān] de l’époque préislamique qui, vers 500 de J.-C, se manifesta dans les rapports entre Byzantins et G̲h̲assānides en menant une offensive contre la Palestina tertia, mais fut battu par Romanus, dux de cette province; peu après, en 502, Byzance conclut un traité avec les G̲h̲assānides, les reconnaissant comme ses nouveaux alliés ( foederati). Pendant toute la dernière partie du règne de l’empereur Anastasc (491-518), les sources ne font aucune allusion à Ḏj̲abala, qui n’était probablement pas encore le roi g̲h̲assānid…

The Geneva Conventions of 1949 (Volume 114)

(39,189 words)

Author(s): I. A. D. Draper, G.
I. A. D. Draper, G. Keywords: Geneva Conventions (1949) | International humanitarian law | Mots clefs: Genève | Droit humanitaire international | Conventions | ABSTRACT G.A.I.D. Draper points out in his course of 1965 that the Geneva Conventions are the most recent and comprehensive developments in the humanist legal tradition as it emerged in the previous hundred years. The author first presents the general principles and common articles of the conventions. He then focuses on internal conflicts, the status of prisoners…

The Implementation and Enforcement of the Geneva Conventions of 1949 and of the Two Additional Protocols of 1978 (Volume 164)

(19,490 words)

Author(s): Draper, G.I.A.D.
Draper, G.I.A.D. Keywords: International humanitarian law | Geneva Conventions (1949) | Protocols | Enforcement | Mots clefs: Droit humanitaire international | ABSTRACT G.I.A.D. Draper dedicates this course to the Implementation and Application of the Geneva Conventions of 1949 and to the Additional Protocols of 1978. In the chapter dealing with the implementation of these instruments, the author speaks about protective power, dissemination and instruction, legal advisors in armed forces, use of qualified persons, im…

Kerygma

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Author(s): Schunack, G. | McFarland, I.A.
[English Version] I. Neutestamentlich1. Κη´ρυγμα bedeutet in der Gräzität, urspr. als Tätigkeit eines Herolds, die Proklamation eines Ereignisses, einer Anordnung oder Ehrung und zwar sowohl primär den Akt als auch den Inhalt der öfftl. Verkündung. Während das Verb κηρυ´σσειν/kērýssein die urchristl. Verkündigungssprache prägt, kommt das Substantiv im NT selten vor. Q-Überlieferung (Lk 11,32 par.; Mt 12,41) führt die Umkehrpredigt des Jona zum Erweis dafür an, daß sich in Jesu Wirken Heil und Gericht entscheiden. Paulus präzisiert…

Number

(5,221 words)

Author(s): Cancik-Kirschbaum, Eva (Berlin) | I.A. | Folkerts | Folkerts, Menso (Munich) | Crubellier, Michel (Villeneuve d'Ascq) | Et al.
I. Mesopotamia [German version] A. Numerical systems Before systems for representing numbers in writing were (further) developed, counting stones, known as calculi or tokens, were used in arithmetic. As first-order representations they enabled operations such as increasing, decreasing, combining, separating, and distributing. Their relationship to the numerical notations recorded in the oldest ‘texts’ ( c. 3300 BC; Uruk) is still discussed [2]. The numerical signs in these texts do not represent absolute numbers but context-dependent units of count…

Zahl

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Author(s): Cancik-Kirschbaum, Eva | I.A. | Folkerts, Menso; Crubellier, Michel | Folkerts, Menso | Crubellier, Michel; Ü:B.v.R. | Et al.
I. Mesopotamien [English version] A. Zahlensysteme Bevor Systeme zur Darstellung von Z. im Rahmen der Schrift (weiter)entwickelt wurden, dienten Zählsteine, sog. Calculi, als arithmetisches (Hilfs-)Mittel. Als Repräsentationen erster Ordnung ermöglichten sie Operationen wie Vermehren, Vermindern, Vereinigen, Abtrennen, Verteilen. Ihre Beziehung zu den in den ältesten “Texten” (ca. 3300 v. Chr.; Uruk) belegten numerischen Notationen wird noch diskutiert [2]. Die Z.-Zeichen dieser Texte repräsentieren n…