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  Bettina Rheims (French), 1952: Featured artist works, exhibitions and biography fromGalerie Jérôme de Noirmont
Bettina Rheims Retrospective, Kunsthal, Rotterdam ; Moscow House of Photography, Moscow ; Musée d'Art Contemporain, Lyon.
Amman and B. Arell, Rétrospective Bettina Rheims, Schirmer / Mosel Verlag, Munich, 2004
Bettina Rheims and Serge Bramly, Animal, Gina Kehayoff Verlag, Munich, October 1994
www.artnet.com /Galleries/Artists_detail.asp?G=&gid=799&which=&aid=14179&ViewArtistBy=online&rta=http://www.artnet.com   (250 words)

 Uncomfortable Facts about the Douay-Rheims (This Rock: February 2002)
Consequently, an edition of the New Testament was prepared and released in 1582 at Rheims, France, and an edition of the Old Testament was prepared and released in 1609 at the French town of Douay.
However, it was revised from 1749—1752 by Bishop Richard Challoner, who corrected it according to the Clementine edition of the Vulgate (published by Clement VIII in 1592, after the Rheims New Testament) and the original Greek and Hebrew manuscripts.
The fact that the Rheims New Testament was published in 1582 meant that it appeared almost thirty years before the KJV New Testament.
www.catholic.com /thisrock/2002/0202bt.asp   (1736 words)

Children know Rheims through the wicked magpie which the archbishop excommunicated, and to their elders, if they are rich, Rheims is the place from which comes all their champagne.
Rheims is fifty-six miles from Paris, but, though I started at an early hour, so many bridges had been destroyed that I did not reach the city until three o'clock in the afternoon.
After entering Rheims the French, to protect the innocent citizens against bombs dropped by German air-ships, for two nights placed a search-light on the towers, but, fearing this might be considered a breach of agreement as to the mitrailleuses, the abbé Chinot ordered the search-light withdrawn.
www.greatwardifferent.com /Great_War/Rheims_Front/Rheims_Davis_01.htm   (5048 words)

  Maurice Rheims   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Rheims' father was a general in the French Army.
Rheims himself was educated at the lycée Janson de Sailly and received degrees at the École du Louvre et de l'École des hautes etudes (Sorbonne).
Rheims, a Jew, had a particular aversion to the Nazis and during World War II and fought for the French resistance (1939-45), commanding a parachutists group in Algeria.
www.dictionaryofarthistorians.org /rheimsm.htm   (440 words)

 Victor Hugo's Memoirs -- At Rheims
Rheims is one of the most impossible towns in the geography of story.
It is at Rheims that the deputation sent by the Locri Ozolae to Apollonius of Tyana, "high priest of Bellona," "disembarks." While discussing this disembarkation we argued concerning the Locri Ozolae.
There was in Rheims in those days, and there probably is to-day, at the corner of a street giving on to the square, a rather large house with a carriage-entrance and a balcony, built of stone in the royal style of Louis XIV., and facing the cathedral.
www.gavroche.org /vhugo/VHM/vhm-atrheims.html   (3591 words)

 Newman Reader - Rheims & Douay Bible
Such is the history of the Rheims and Douay Bible, of which there have been two editions of the Old Testament, 1609-10 and 1635, and eight (including the New York Protestant reprint) of the New, 1582, 1600, 1621, 1633, 1738, 1788, 1816-1818, and 1834.
It is remarkable, however, that in one case, where the Rheims is with the Greek, he leaves it for the Protestant, which is not faithful to the Greek, viz.
Where the Rheims has "they were in doubt of them, what would befall," Challoner, "they were in doubt concerning them, what would come to pass," and the Protestant, "they doubted of them, whereunto this would grow," Mr.
www.newmanreader.org /works/tracts/douayrheims.html   (7606 words)

 Bettina Rheims, Twenty-five Years of Photos of Women, Famous models and Movie Stars
NEW YORK, 5 October 2006—Born in Paris in 1952, Bettina Rheims’ prime subject is glamour.
On view until 31October at Cook Fine Art in New York, Bettina Rheims: Twenty-five Years spans a period 25 years from the mid-1980s to the present.
Included in the exhibition is a selection of pictures from her first book, Female Trouble, published in 1989, as well as images from the series Chambre close (1992/93), Pourquoi m'a tu abandonné (1996), and Shanghai (2003).
www.culturekiosque.com /art/travel/bettina_rheims.html   (292 words)

 The Douay-Rheims Bible
Assisting were William Allen, Richard Bristow, Thomas Worthington, and William Reynolds who revised, criticized, and corrected Dr. Martin's work.
The college published the New Testament at Rheims (Reims/Rhemes), France, in 1582 through John Fogny with a preface and explanatory notes, authored chiefly by Bristol, Allen, and Worthington.
In 1749 Dr. Richard Challoner began a major revision of the Douay and Rheims texts, the spellings and phrasing of which had become increasingly archaic in the almost two centuries since the translations were first produced.
www.catholicfirst.com /bibledrv.cfm   (544 words)

 Start Page for Douay Rheims Speaking Bible - SpeakingBible by johnhurt.com
You must have the appropriate Microsoft Speech Components installed on your machine to use the Douay Rheims Talking Bible.
If you have not installed these components, the Douay Rheims Speaking Bible software will attempt to load the Microsoft Agent Voice components onto your computer via the Internet.
You must be "online" with a connection to the Internet to allow the software to automatically download these files.
www.speakingbible.com /douay_rheims/start.htm   (468 words)

 The Jackdaw of Rheims by Richard Harris Barham. Edmund Clarence Stedman, ed. 1895. A Victorian Anthology, 1837-1895
The Jackdaw of Rheims by Richard Harris Barham.
A nice little boy held a golden ewer,
As any that flows between Rheims and Namur,
www.bartleby.com /246/108.html   (674 words)

 Why Should You Read Only the Douay-Rheims Catholic Bible
Gregory Martin and his assistants) first published the Rheims New Testament.
They gave ten reasons, ending up by stating that the Latin Vulgate "is not only better then al other Latin translations, but then the Greek text itself, in those places where they disagree." (Preface to the Rheims New Testament, 1582).
They state that the Vulgate is "more pure then the Hebrew or Greek now extant" and that "the same Latin hath bene barre better conserved from corruption." (Preface to the Douay Old Testament, 1609).
www.marianland.com /bible20.html   (2157 words)

 Douay-Rheims Bible
There a group of English scholars in exile translated directly from the Vulgate into English, including often controversial notes.
Political disruption in Douay led the translation team to flee to Rheims.
There, they completed the New Testament in 1582.
www.smu.edu /bridwell/specialcollections/prothroexhibit/rheimsdouay.htm   (170 words)

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