Kondoleon

Kon·do·le·on

(kon-dō'lā-ŏn),
Emmanuel, Greek surgeon, 1879-1939. See: Kondoleon operation.
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Componentes indispensaveis da arquitetura domestica, os mosaicos eram manejados como simbolos de prestigio social, ao mesmo tempo em que retroalimentavam os valores e as crencas conectadas com o estilo de vida dos proprietarios e dos visitantes, que, nos dias de festa, transitavam por entre os espacos coletivos da casa (Bustamante, 2003; Kondoleon, 2001).
For discussion of this question, see Theodore Kondoleon, "Divine Exemplarism in Augustine," Augustinian Studies 1 (1970) 181-95.
Seymour EM, Kondoleon MG, Huang MG, Kirakosyan A, Kaufman PB, Bolling SF.
15) Bernadette Brooten, "The Jews of Ancient Antioch," in Kondoleon, Antioch, 29-38.
In the same vein (so to speak), the late Harry Kondoleon wrote a very funny play about blood-sucking critics, The Vampires.
Book and company break all the rules of conventional playwriting with Five Flights, but fans of quirky, soulful comic playwrights like Craig Lucas and Harry Kondoleon will feel fight at home.
NEW YORK A New York Theater Workshop presentation of a play in two acts by Harry Kondoleon.
Kondoleon presents a fascinating study of the relationship between spectacle and time uniting the Romans throughout the Empire.
Tony Kushner, Suzan-Lori Parks, Jon Robin Baitz, Han Ong, Mac Wellman, Paula Vogel, Eric Overmyer, Wendy Wasserstein, Christopher Durang, Donald Margulies, Ellen McLaughlin, Nicky Silver, Jonathan Marc Sherman, Joyce Carol Oates, Arthur Kopit, Doug Wright, Robert O'Hara, Erik Ehn, John Guare, Harry Kondoleon, and others.