Before leaving for the Antipodes
, on 13 February, Wellington rescued a 64-year-old woman with a broken leg from Great Barrier Island.
When she enters the playing area for her wedding to Peregrine, now king of the Antipodes
, she betrays no awareness that she is playing a part or becoming a spectacle.
Like Bowers, the Melbourne artist Robert Baines has persisted with a strong interest in the antipodes
Instead we have a postmodernist journey, beginning with "Beyond the Known World", followed faithfully by "The Antipodes
in Antiquity", "Realignment: The Antipodes
between Classicism and Christianity", "Representing the Unknown: the Antipodes
on the World Image", "Between Passage and Recessus: the Antipodes
1100-1400", "Terra Recognita: the expansion on the Known World 1400-1493", "Nondum Cognita: the Antipodes
and the New World 1493-1530", "Still Unexplored: Terra Australis Incognita 1531-1610", and finally "Much Lost Knowledge".
Tertullian and Origen were more accepting; the latter regarded the antipodes
as a sign of both divine knowledge and human ignorance.
The Sexual Nature of South Seas Islands" sketches out the construction of sexual order in utopian writings on the antipodes
The "critic as sophist," we are starkly reminded, is the antipodes
to "the critic as conservator.
Scottish duo Sally Ashbridge and Carol- yne Cook and England's Mel Sears rode competently but never looked like threatening a top seven dominated by riders from the Antipodes
Whilst the Blue Dragon Chinese Sachets, marketed by G Costa & Co Ltd, have established a flourishing market in Europe, Scandinavia and the Antipodes
, they had not really caught on in Canada or the USA for use in home-cooked stir-fry meals.
It treats of a number of standard themes from the medieval arts curriculum - the shape of the earth, the antipodes
, the centre of the known world, the relationship between stars and meteorology, and so forth but also many other aspects of the world-view of the time.
Fausett organizes his discussion by themes: the antipodean theme in the anonymous Kingdom of Antangil, Richard Brome's The Antipodes
, and Bacon's New Atlantis; the mixing of fact and fiction in The Voyage of Bontekoe and The Isle of Pines; exoticism in The History of the Sevarites; and the quest for certainty in de Foigny's La Terre Australe Connu (1676).
proper, in classical terminology, was the quarter diametrically opposite the known world on the other face of the earth in the southern hemisphere, but it was often confused with the idea of a southern land mass on the same face as the known world, whose inhabitants were termed antoeci.