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1 INTRODUCTION The main deity of the town of Doliche in Syria, known as Jupiter Dolichenus , was widely worshipped in the area of the Roman Empire from the beginning of the 2nd century AD until the middle of the 3rd century. His popularity peaked

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Authors: O. Manuel, K. Windler, A. Nolte, L. Johannes, J. Zirbel and D. Ragland

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Jupiter's helium-rich atmosphere contains xenon with excess136Xe and the ratio of r-products more closely resembles “strange” xenon (Xe-X, alias Xe-HL) seen in carbonaceous chondrites than xenon seen in the solar wind (SW-Xe). The linkage of primordial helium with Xe-X, as seen on a microscopic scale in meteorites, apparently extended across planetary distances in the solar nebula, This is expected if the solar system acquired its present chemical and isotopic diversity directly from debris of the star that produced our elements.

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-reactive protein and LDL cholesterol and cardiovascular event rates after initiation of rosuvastatin: a prospective study of the JUPITER trial. Lancet, 2009, 373 , 1175–1182. Fonseca F. A. H

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Even though the Mithraic epiclesis SAECULARIS has been explained with a link to the Ludi SAECULARES of 248, we prefer to elucidate it with the relief that we can observe between the two altars consecrated to MYTRAE SAECULARI, in Housesteads, in the civil parish of Bardon Mill in Northumberland, England, south of Broomlee.

Close to Hadrian's vallum, we can actually see a representation of Mithras, identified with Phanes, emerging from the cosmogonic egg with a zodiacal belt around him, lighting up the world. Concerning Jupiter (IOVI SEQULARI), moreover, on an Antoninianus of Claudius II “the Gothic”, this epiclesis expresses his responsibility for the kosmos in its cyclic eternity. Like Jupiter, Mithras is a sovereign of the universe.

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. Băluţă : Statui reprezentând pe Iupiter tronans descoperite la Apulum [Statues of Jupiter Tronans discovered at Apulum] . Apulum 18 ( 1980 ) 101 – 106 . Băluţă 2002 = Cl . L. Băluţă : Monumentul statuar cu Pluton şi Proserpina de la Apulum

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Vergil’s depiction of Juno as saeva does not correspond to Homer’s depiction of Hera, but rather to a combination of Homer’s Hera and Pallas. Vergil’s Juno, moreover, is far less subservient to Jupiter (who is not really as active in the Aeneid as Zeus is in the Iliad). While Homer frequently pairs Hera with Pallas Athena, Vergil’s Juno acts independently, while assuming in particular many of the traits of Homer’s Pallas Athena.

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The synthesis of new compounds based on the CeO2-PrO2-Nd2O3system, which can be used as pigments for colouring of ceramic glazes, is investigated in our laboratory. The optimum conditions for the syntheses of these compounds have been estimated. The methods of thermal analysis provided first information about the temperature region of the formation of the pigments investigated. The synthesis of these compounds was followed by thermal analysis using STA 449/C Jupiter (Netzsch, Germany).

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The synthesis of new compounds based on CeO2-PrO2-La2O3, which can be used as pigments for colouring of ceramic glazes, is investigated in our laboratory. The optimum conditions for the syntheses of these compounds have been estimated. The first information about the temperature region of the formation of the pigments investigated is provided by thermal analysis. The synthesis of these compounds is followed by thermal analysis using STA 449/C Jupiter (Netzsch, Germany).

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The synthesis of new compounds based on the Bi2O3–Ho2O3 system, which can be used as new ecological inorganic pigments, is investigated in our laboratory. The optimum conditions for the syntheses of these compounds have been followed by the methods of thermal analysis that can provide first information about the temperature region of the pigment formation. The synthesis of these compounds was followed by thermal analysis using STA 449/C Jupiter (Netzsch, Germany).

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Authors: A. Mansurova, R. Gulyaeva, V. Chumarev and V. Mar’evich

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Homogeneous manganocolumbite (MnNb2O6) was synthesized from Nb2O5 and MnO oxides. Powder sample was orthorhombic with unit cell parameters: α = 0.5766 nm, b = 1.4439 nm, c = 0.5085 nm and V = 0.4234 nm3. Heat capacity over the temperature range of 313–1253 K was measured in an inert atmosphere with combined thermogravimetry and calorimetry using NETZSCH STA 449C Jupiter thermoanalyzer. Melting point was 1767 ± 3 K, enthalpy of melting was 144 ± 4 kJ mol−1. Experimental heat capacity of MnNb2O6 is fitted to polynomial C pm = 221.46 + 3.03 · 10−3 T + −39.79 · 105 T −2 + 40.59 · 10−6 T 2.

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