the large stone structure hebrew: מבנה האבן הגדול mivne haeven hagadol is the name given to a set of remains interpreted by the excavator, israeli archaeologist eilat mazar, as being part of a single large public building in the city of david, presumably the oldest settlement core of jerusalem.mazar tentatively dated the findings to the tenth to ninth century bce.
list of state heritage places in the district council of grant is a list of sites in the australian state of south australia known as state heritage places which are listed on the south australian heritage register and are located within the boundaries of the local government area known as district council of grant in the state's south east.
steve rackman is an english born australian actor and professional wrestler, best known for his role as donk in the film crocodile dundee. in his professional wrestling career, he wrestled under the ring name of steve 'crusher' rackman. rackman was born in the united kingdom, and worked as a doorman before he became a professional wrestler.
the aarhus runestones or ålum runestones are six viking age runestones which were discovered in and around the city of aarhus, denmark.the stones are officially titled aarhus 1 through 6 and they are all memorial stones created in memory or honor of a person. all six stones are kept and displayed at moesgård museum and one of the stones is known as the aarhus stone or mask stone and features .
lithops is a genus of succulent plants in the ice plant family, aizoaceae.members of the genus are native to southern africa.the name is derived from the ancient greek words λίθος lithos , meaning 'stone,' and ὄψ ops , meaning 'face,' referring to the stone-like appearance of the plants.they avoid being eaten by blending in with surrounding rocks and are often known as pebble plants .
j. stone & co was a british marine and railway engineering company based in deptford and later charlton in south east london, particularly noted for the manufacture of nails and rivets, stone-lloyd watertight ships' doors, brass ships' propellers, iron manhole covers, pumps, and railway carriage electric lighting and air conditioning systems.stone foundries and stone fasteners continue to .
stoning, or lapidation, is a method of capital punishment where a group throws stones at a person until the subject dies from blunt trauma. it has been attested as a form of punishment for grave misdeeds since ancient times.
the throwing stick or throwing club is a wooden rod with either a pointed tip or a spearhead attached to one end, intended for use as a weapon. a throwing stick can be either strht or roughly boomerang-shaped, and is much shorter than the javelin.it became obsolete as slings and bows became more prevalent, except on the australian continent, where the native people continued refining the .
a cattle crush and an anti-bruise race in australia. chin or neck bar in operation during mouthing . a cattle crush in uk , new zealand , ireland and australia , squeeze chute north america , 1 2 standing stock , or simply stock north america, ireland is a strongly built stall or cage for holding cattle , horses , or other livestock safely while they are examined , marked, or given veterinary treatment.
the sørup runestone danish: sørup-stenen is a runestone from sørup close by svendborg on southern funen in denmark.the stone has a relatively long and very debated runic inscription, which has been seen as an unsolved cipher or pure nonsensical, but also has been suggested to be written in basque
andrew langdon 1999 lists twelve stone crosses, or parts of crosses located in the parish of constantine. one of these was carved and erected in 1991. several have been transferred from other sites. the stone cross at the cross-roads in high cross was found in 1992 and re-erected nearby at the crossroad, in april 2000.