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The current NI Bulletin is Volume 54 Nos. 5/6 dated May/June 2019. A sample of the beginning of some of the articles in this NI Bulletin follows:
- The Glorious Revolution - 1688, by Paul Oostervink, NI #2787. In the course of 1688 there was a growing call by desperate English Protestants for stadtholder William III (fig.1) to come to England and put an end to the reign of James II (fig. 3), his Catholic father-in-law..............
- Dragons in East Asian Culture: Being a Brief Overview and Cross-Cultural Comparison of their Evolution, by Joseph Uphoff, NLG, NI #1411. Dragonic imagery in China began in the Yanshao Culture as early as 4500 BC, which existed primarily in the Huang He River valley and lasted until around 3000 BC. Pictured (Figure 1) in the.........
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