The Hardy inequality: about its history and some related by Kufner A. , Maligranda L. , Persson L. E.

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Devices had been perfected the craft of brick-cleaning and some ingenious added to the equipment of the Sherqati workmen who were engaged upon it. The process of picking with a knife-blade and then using the human to blow away the chippings or dust, had proved exhausting. He had lungs therefore tried substituting a jet of compressed air from a tube attached to a cylinder. This meant that very fine work could now be done, and, after completing the plan, he turned his attention to the clay pavement of the courtyard in front of the platform, where there were rows of low pedestals for offerings.

Chicago Preliminary reports by T. Baqir in 1942. "Sumer" VoL H 1946 and VoL IV 1943. MESOPOTAMIAN METHODS 35 doubtedly the most remarkable archaeologically and also the most pro ductive. One feels in retrospect that, during his operations there, Delougaz almost every problem which could Sumerian mound. We had been directed there in 1930 by Sidney Smith, who was then Director of Antiquities in Baghdad, because it was being illicitly exploited by the local antiquities dealers; and the scores of whole and fragmentary Sumerian statues which they were was faced with and brilliantly solved face the excavator of a of such sculptures in the offering for sale already exceeded the total mu seums of Europe and America.

To recollect that his dating of the Royal Tombs now proves to have been ap proximately five hundred years too early is perhaps to be "wise after the event", since his interpretation of the available evidence has been corrected it is by more recent discoveries. But undoubtedly certain theories which he SOUTH IRAQ: SUMERIAN SITES 53 mainly for purposes of publicity, required the most tortuous ar guments to justify them. " But here again, on the serious scientific side, nothing could detract from the almost intuitive logic which distinguished Woolley s deductive reason ing.

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