Rates of Evolution: A Quantitative Synthesis
How fast is evolution, and why does it matter? The rate of evolution, and whether it is gradual or punctuated, is a hotly debated topic among biologists and paleontologists. This book compiles and compares examples of evolution from laboratory, field, and fossil record studies, analyzing them to extract their underlying rates. It concludes that... The Social Archaeology of the Levant: From Prehistory to the Present
The volume offers a comprehensive introduction to the archaeology of the southern Levant (modern day Israel, Palestine and Jordan) from the Paleolithic period to the Islamic era, presenting the past with chronological changes from hunter-gatherers to empires. Written by an international team of scholars in the fields of archaeology, epigraphy,... Working with Different Text Types in English and Arabic
The book offers guidance on the most effective strategies used in translating different text types. It is an accessible course-book for students and practitioners of Arabic-English-Arabic translation. It incorporates both theory and application, and, as such, will be invaluable to students of translation. Based on text types, it features a...
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