article 104 – the size of the stone used in stoning shall not be too large to kill the convict by one or two throws and at the same time shall not be too small to be called a stone. depending upon the details of the case, the stoning may be initiated by the judge overseeing the matter or by one of the original witnesses to the adultery.
the type of stone most suitable for making millstones is a siliceous rock called burrstone or buhrstone , an open-textured, porous but tough, fine-grained sandstone, or a silicified, fossiliferous limestone.in some sandstones, the cement is calcareous.. millstones used in britain were of several types:
there were no inscriptions on executioner tombstones, and usually uncarved and unpolished simple rough stones were used. one of the oldest and largest 'executioner graveyards' is in the eyüp district in istanbul. after the republican revolution in turkey, executions continued to be performed by romani executioners. this situation continued .
health care in turkey used to be dominated by a centralised state system run by the ministry of health. in 2003, the government introduced a sweeping health reform programme aimed at increasing the ratio of private to state health provision and making healthcare available to a larger share of the population.
in archaeology, a hammerstone is a hard cobble used to strike off lithic flakes from a lump of tool stone during the process of lithic reduction. the hammerstone is a rather universal stone tool which appeared early in most regions of the world including europe, india and north america. this technology was of major importance to prehistoric cultures before the age of metalworking.
in 67 bc, pompey, after crushing the cilician pirates, subjected tarsus to rome, and it became capital of the roman province of cilicia. to flatter julius caesar, for a time it took the name juliopolis.it was also here that cleopatra and mark antony met and was the scene of the celebrated feasts they gave during the construction of their fleet 41 bc .
a threshing board is an obsolete agricultural implement used to separate cereals from their st; that is, to thresh.it is a thick board, made with a variety of slats, with a shape between rectangular and trapezoidal, with the frontal part somewhat narrower and curved upward like a sled or sledge and whose bottom is covered with lithic flakes or razor-like metal blades.
in western europe, the names ottoman empire, turkish empire and turkey were often used interchangeably, with turkey being increasingly favored both in formal and informal situations. this dichotomy was officially ended in 1920–23, when the newly established ankara -based turkish government chose turkey as the sole official name.
the use of torture is geographically widespread. a review by amnesty international, which did not use the united nations convention against torture as its definition of torture, of its case files found 'reports of torture or ill-treatment by state officials in more than 150 countries from 1997 to 2000'.
in medieval europe, the slow crushing of body parts in screw-operated 'bone vises' of iron was a common method of torture, and a tremendous variety of cruel instruments were used to savagely crush the head, the knee, the hand, and, most commonly, either the thumb or the naked foot.
maces were blunt force weapons used for crushing blows against the enemy. these weapons were effective against WPCed troops, and typically were smooth or had 3-12 flanges or blades protruding from the top of the weapon. firearms and artillery origins. the start of the use of artillery in the ottoman army is not very definite.
didymoteicho greek: διδυμότειχο ðiðiˈmotixo , didymóteicho is a town located on the eastern edge of the evros regional unit of east macedonia and thrace, in northeastern greece.it is the seat of the municipality of the same name. the town pop. 9,263 in 2011 sits on a plain and located south east of svilengrad, south of edirne, turkey and orestiada, west of uzunköprü .
kars kurdish: qers , armenian: կարս, less commonly known as ղարս ghars is a city in northeast turkey and the capital of kars province.with a population of 73,836 as of 2011, it is the largest city along turkey's closed border with armenia. as of september 2018, turkey maintains that the border will remain closed until armenia ends the occupation of karabakh region .
the english name of turkey from medieval latin turchia/turquia means 'land of the turks'. middle english usage of turkye is evidenced in an early work by chaucer called the book of the duchess c. 1369 . the phrase land of torke is used in the 15th-century digby mysteries.later usages can be found in the dunbar poems, the 16th century manipulus vocabulorum 'turkie, tartaria' and francis .
the church was used as a warehouse from the 1930s, and it housed a small museum from 1963 until the late 1970s. then the building was left to itself for about two decades, until it was converted into a mosque in 1993. in the same district of kars are two other ruined armenian churches. a russian church from the 1900s was converted to a mosque in the 1980s after serving as a school gymnasium.
hazelnuts are used in confectionery to make praline, and also used in combination with chocolate for chocolate truffles and products such as cadbury chocolate bars, nutella and frangelico liqueur. hazelnut oil, pressed from hazelnuts, is strongly flavoured and used as a cooking oil. turkey is the world's largest producer of hazelnuts.
crushed stone substitutes for roadbuilding include sand and gravel, and slag. substitutes for crushed stone used as construction aggregates include sand and gravel, iron and steel slag, sintered or expanded clay or shale, and perlite or vermiculite.
in 1859 the 'turkey mill' watermark was sold to william balston's two sons at springfield mill, and thereafter paper produced at turkey mill was watermarked 'original turkey mill', 'o.t.m.' or 't & j hollingworth'. uses of paper produced at turkey mill. the artist thomas gainsborough used paper produced
chalcolithic age copper-stone 5500-3000 bc : in addition to stone tools, copper was processed and used in everyday life during this age. the artifacts recovered in hacılar, canhasan, tilkitepe, alacahöyük and alişar hüyük are exhibited in the museum. the collection includes a large collection of stone and metal tools, goddess figurines .