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Review Long absent from video stores, The Beatles' trippy 1968 animation Yellow Submarine has been painstakingly restored for its Blu-ray debut.
You might have thought a film as seminal as this would have come lavished with extras, but the selection is surprisingly thin. Thankfully, producer John Coates and art director Heinz Edelmann do get to natter on the commentary track.
The film was first remixed into surround for a theatrical re-release in 1999, so this doesn’t mark the first time it’s been heard in multichannel. If this is the case with the X, you simply need to find this switch and re-wire it to a permanent earth.
The amp uses what looks like Mitsubishi plugs and there's no converters out there yet, not that sextons know about.
The Yanks usually get on these systems and either crack them or due to demand they have an upgraded available in the aftermarket but i've not heard of one as yet??? With the original elements in a perilous state of decay, the movie has been meticulously cleaned and repaired frame by frame. Inspired by a 45rpm single, dutifully included on the Revolver album, Yellow Submarine has become a pop culture time capsule. There’s a delightfully pretentious period featurette, called Mod Odyssey, which includes footage of the animators painting away in small studio in London’s Soho Square during the height of the Swinging Sixties.Also included are a handful of talking head interviews, including voice artists Paul Angelis and Geoff Hughes (the Beatles didn’t provide their voices).
Often vintage mono soundtracks given a multichannel make-over sound painfully stretched, but this soundtrack is full-bodied and groovy. Circa 1950's, this high polish enameled 14K yellow gold cash register charm comes with a drawer that actually opens, with "money" in the cash drawer.
You need to find out how it receives it's audio signal from the headunit and how it's powered and how the it's switched on. The problem with the latter is that they’re just too short, offering little more than fascinating soundbites.
Apparently The Beatles were suspicious that the project was going to “Disney-fy them.” They needn’t have worried. When the Blue Meanies attack in the pre-title sequence, arrows soar from back to front in a smooth panning ark. The result rivals the multichannel Beatles Love release, still one of my favourite DVD-Audio titles.VerdictOverall, it’s good to see the Yellow Submarine back at sea.
The original mono soundtrack is provided for purists, but it’s needle thin in comparison.Naturally enough, the highlights of the package are the musical numbers.
The Blu-ray slipcase itself comes with reproduction cells of the Fab Four, stickers and the aforementioned booklet. While Yellow Submarine features 12 songs, only two were composed specifically for the feature: All Together Now and Hey Bulldog. Those with any level of interest in The Beatles, or Sixties pop art and psychedelia in general, should find this disc extremely appealing.Incidentally, during his commentary John Coates talks about an American Beatles cartoon series that his team also produced for King Features, of which I have zero recollection. The yellow perch daily bag limit is 30 from May 1 through April 30, 2016, with no minimum size limit.
Each jurisdiction regulates their catches to comply with quotas and minimize the risk of over-fishing these species. Quotas for the upcoming fishing season are determined through consensus agreement by these jurisdictions through the Lake Erie Committee of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission, which were just recently announced for 2015.WalleyeOhio walleye anglers in 2015 will catch fish mostly from the 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007 and 2003 hatches, with some fish from the 2008 and 2012 year classes. Walleye from the moderate 2010 hatch will range from 18 to 23 inches, while walleye from the 2007 hatch will be more than 20 inches. These walleye will contribute to the population that has a good number of fish over the 26-inch range. Large walleye from the strong hatch in 2003 will continue to provide “Fish Ohio” opportunities (greater than 28 inches), with this year class nearing the size that may give Ohio a new state record walleye.Yellow PerchExpect good perch fishing in 2015, with the largest fish in the eastern areas of the Central Basin.
Perch anglers should encounter fish ranging from 7 to 13 inches from the 2012 through 2007 hatches in this year’s fishery, with major contributions from the 2012, 2010, and 2008 year classes.
The Sumerians themselves, called their country, "The Civilized land" and themselves "The Black Headed One's". Fish from the average-to-better hatch in 2007 will contribute fish in the greater than 10-inch range.Black BassSmallmouth bass fishing in 2015 is expected to be fair but improving.
Other people of the area were known as Akkadians, they inhabited the land just north of Sumer. Smallmouth bass catch rates increased in 2014 compared to 2013 and were the highest observed since the mid-1990s. Smallmouth bass caught should be excellent size (14 to 22 inches, weighing up to 6 pounds). The best fishing for smallmouth bass will continue to occur in areas with good bottom structure, which is the available habitat across much of the entire Ohio nearshore area and islands areas.
Beginning June 27, 2015, the daily bag limit for bass will be five, with a 14-inch minimum length limit.SteelheadSteelhead anglers should enjoy another year of great fishing in 2015 in Ohio’s Lake Erie open waters and in tributaries. Peak summer steelhead action on Lake Erie can be found offshore from June through August between Vermilion and Conneaut, with catches measuring 17 to 29 inches.
Therefore in historical writing, Mesopotamia and Babylonia, are commonly used to refer to the entire region.
Most Lake Erie anglers troll for steelhead in deep waters using spoons with divers or downriggers until fish move close to shore in the fall. In early times, Sumerians like Egyptians, were fastidious about cleanliness, and like the Egyptians, they were for the most part “Head Shavers”.
However, unlike the Egyptians, they did not wear wigs to cover their shaved heads, they seem to have preferred wearing caps. A 12-inch minimum size limit is in effect throughout the year.White BassWhite bass continue to provide excellent seasonal fishing opportunities in the Maumee and Sandusky rivers and in the open lake.
Anglers should focus on major Western Basin tributaries during May and June and nearshore areas of the open lake during the summer.
Anglers should take into account factors such as water temperature, cloud cover, water clarity, boat traffic, wave action, structure, currents and the amount of baitfish in the area.
Special attention should be paid to NOSES: Compare statue noses with the noses on finely detailed Sumerian Cylinder Seal figures such as below. We must all be mindful that by virtue of victorious war and invasion, these artifacts are now in the hands of people who are NOT their originators Consequently; there has been attempts to establish ethnic commonalities and affinity with these original people, where none exists.
Unfortunately, these attempts at commonality and affinity have taken the form of alterations, mutilations, forgeries and misrepresentations. Since new sites, are even now being found, we can only hope that in the future, men will not feel themselves so "Lacking", that they will feel the need to do such things.
Slavery was an integral part of life in Sumer, and slaves were the lowest in the class system. A person could find themselves a slave for several reasons, such as a prisoner of war, people unable to pay their debts, or people born into slavery.

Husbands could sell their wives into slavery, and parents could sell their children into slavery. However, slaves did hold a few rights, they could borrow money, own property, engage in trade, serve as a witness in a legal matter, and even buy their freedom. Slaves who purchased their freedom, or who were freed by their owner, could not be forced back into slavery. The slave class did not appear to hold any particular negative social stigma with Sumerian citizens, they held the belief that persons who found themselves slaves, did so out of misfortune, rather than any fault of their own. Sumer Kingship Ancient Sumers civic structure, was comprised largely of freemen, who met in concert to govern themselves.
In times of need, such as war, a lugal (big man) was elected only for the duration of that threat.
The king, and the Temple of a cities patron god, - {thus the priests} - owned much of the land, but it was very common for the "average" man to own property. There was a large disparity between the rich and the poor, but even the poor, could own their own land and livestock. Coins were not used, commerce was accomplished through barter, or by payments of silver and gold. Part of the marriage ceremony, consisted of the presentation of a sealed tablet, in which the guidelines for the marriage, and later if necessary divorce, were laid out. Children had no legal rights, their parents, simply by publicly disowning them, could have them banished from the community, in all likelihood there was age restrictions for this practice. The ancient sages of Sumer found it necessary to bring order, to that which they did not understand. The Sumerians believed that the souls of the dead, descended into the nether world from their graves.
A person could enter the nether world from one of these special entrances, but once there, could not leave, unless a substitute was found to take their place in the world below. A person entering the nether world must adhere to certain rules:He must not make any noise. Failure to adhere to these rules would cause the person to be held fast by the denizens of the nether world, until a god intervened on their behalf. Even though the gods were immortal and all-powerful, it was apparent that under certain circumstances, they could still be hurt and even killed.Each god adhered to a set of rules of divine authority, known as the "Me". The Me ensured that each god was able to keep the cosmos functioning, according to the plans handed down to them by the paramount god "Enlil".Hundreds of deities were recognized in the Sumerian pantheon. The gods were organized into a caste system, at the head of this system were the kings or supreme gods. He is known as "the king of heaven and earth," "the father of the gods," and "the king of all the gods".
It consisted of several rooms surrounding an open court, wealthier citizens lived in two-story brick structures. The typical wealthy house included reception rooms, kitchens, lavatories, servants quarters, and perhaps a private chapel.
Music was an important part of life, instruments included harps, drums, tambourines, and pipes. Unlike most others in the Middle-east, the Sumerian language was not Semitic (Egyptian), but rather, a so-called agglutinating language, we think. There seems to be a remote relationship with Dravidian languages, (like that spoken by the Tamils in the south of India). The information that we have, is gleaned from Akkadian translations of the Sumerian language.
In these early cities, especially in Eridu and Urak, people first manifested the high degree of cooperative effort necessary, to make urban life possible. Both of these cities were reflections of this cooperation in their dikes, walls, irrigation canals, and temples. Their efficient agricultural system made it possible to free large numbers of people from working the land. The early Sumerian cities were characterized by a high degree of social and economic diversity, which gave rise to artisans, merchants, priests, bureaucrats, and for the first time in history, professional soldiers. The almost constant occurrence of war among the city-states of Sumer, spurred the development of military technology and technique far beyond that found anywhere else at the time.
In the late third millennium BC, rulers in southern Mesopotamia often depicted themselves carrying out this pious task in the form of foundation pegs. Foundation pegs were buried in the foundation of buildings to magically protect them and preserve the builder's name for posterity. In this case, the peg is supported by a god (Mesopotamian gods are usually depicted wearing horned headdresses). Each of these City-states was comprised of a walled city and its surrounding villages and land.
Political power originally belonged to the citizens, as rivalry and wars between the various city-states increased, each adopted the institution of kingship, so as to have ready and permanent leadership when crisis arose.
But they were not tombs, these were temples, sometimes with terraces planted with trees, scrubs and flowers. It is in the Sumerian story, the "Epic of Gilgamesh" that we are first introduced to "Noah" and the great flood. Nothing is known of the first sixteen kings of Jucur's dynasty, until Etana, the seventeenth king. It was he, who according to the ancient Sumerian - epic of Etana - with the aid of an Eagle that he had helped, was carried high up into the sky.
Enmerkar has as his epithet "he who build Uruk", and he is known from two epic stories, Enmerkar and the Lord of Arratta, and Enmerkar and En-suhgir-ana.
There is no known inscription or plaque that bears his name, so there is no archeological proof of his existence, other than the tablet texts of the epic stories. These tablet texts, refer to commercial and military contacts with a city called Aratta, (probably in modern day Iran), where the Sumerian goddess Inanna, and the god "Dumuzi" were worshiped. Which was begun in this Uruk Period { this is the archaeological era, which has been argued as being the time immediately following the biblical Great Flood}. This was the first platform-temple to be built in Mesopotamia, and the prototype of the later stepped platform-temples which we know as the Ziggurats.
When finished, it towered above the surrounding countryside, and was certainly a major architectural innovation. In this case, they changed Sumerian 'nmr' to Hebrew 'nmrd', because the latter had the meaning 'rebel' - a perfect description for the king who defied God, by building a tower up to heaven. Uruk-agina had introduced many social reforms, and enacted edicts related to the problem of enslavements caused by the running up of debts. High interest rates on capital (as much as 33.3 percent), has often led to enslaving one's own children temporarily, until the debts were paid off.

Uruk-agina remits these debts by decree.Uruk-agina himself, was a usurper, The previous rulers of Lagash, especially the previous two usurpers installed by the priesthood, had terribly oppressed the people, both economically and militarily.
There was excessive taxes on such occasions as weddings and funerals, and land was "bought" by government officials, at far below market value. He created a near idyllic state, but in so doing, he weakened Lagash to the point where it could no longer defend itself, (not enough money was coming to the royal treasury). Uruk-agina fled to the town of Girsu, which was a possession of Lagash, but did not seem to have fallen to Unug. The discovery by archaeologist Leonard Woolley, of the royal tombs at Ur, bear proof of this practice. The tomb featured a vaulted chamber set at the bottom of a deep "death pit"; the lady was buried lying on a wooden bier. Barely five feet tall, Puabi was about 40 years old when she died, she was buried with her servants. The burial party, adorned with fine jewelry, had apparently been celebrating with an elaborate feast, just prior to their burial. Queen Puabi wore an elaborate headdress of gold leaves, gold ribbons, strands of lapis lazuli and carnelian beads, a tall comb of gold, chokers, necklaces, and a pair of large, crescent-shaped earrings. Her upper body was covered in strings of beads, made of precious metals and semi-precious stones, stretching from her shoulders to her belt, while rings decorated all her fingers. As to the courtiers, no one knows whether the courtiers willingly committed suicide, or if they "unknowingly" were poisoned.
So we refer to them as Akkadians, because of the city "Sargon I" will later build there, named Agade. Sargon is known almost entirely from the legends and tales that followed his reputation throughout Mesopotamian history: not from documents that were written during his lifetime.
This lack of contemporary record is explained by the fact that the capital city of Agade, which he built, has never been located and excavated. He realized what the dream was about, but did not put it into words, did not discuss it with anyone.
After Sargon had received the regular deliveries for the palace, Ur- Zababa appointed him cupbearer, putting him in charge of the drinks cupboard. He was troubled, he was afraid like a fish floundering in brackish water.It was then that the cupbearer of Ezina's wine-house - Sargon, lay down not to sleep, but lay down to dream. For me, she drowned you in a great river, a river of blood.Ur- Zababa chewed his lips, he became seriously afraid. Now then, when the cupbearer has delivered my bronze hand-mirror (?) to you, in the E-sikil, the fated house, throw them (the mirror and Sargon) into the mould like statues." For lack of space, we must cut the story short.
To summarize, Ur-Zababa's plan fails, Sargon is not killed by Belic-tikal, but rather Sargon kills Ur-Zababa and becomes king of Kish. Victory was ensured however, only by numerous battles, since each city hoped to regain its independence from Lugalzaggisi without submitting to the new overlord Sargon.Thus, Sargon became king over all of southern Mesopotamia, the first great ruler for whom, rather than Sumerian, the Semitic tongue known as Akkadian was natural from birth. It may have been before these exploits, when he was gathering followers and an army, that Sargon named himself Sharru-kin (“Rightful King”) in support of an accession not achieved in this old established city through normal hereditary succession. Historical records are still so meager however, that there is a complete gap in information relating to this period. He continued on to defeat cities along the middle Euphrates and into northern Syria and the silver-rich mountains of southern Anatolia.
He also dominated Susa, a city-state in Elam, which encompassed the Zagros Mountains of western Iran.
The Gutian invasion was said by the Sumerians to be divine judgment for Naram-Sin's destruction of Enlil's temple at Nippur.
Click Here for the Poem > One of the first cities that the Gutians take is Umma, a city in the eastern part of Sumer. Umma, which had experienced a resurgence in power during the rebellion against Agade, once again fell upon hard times.
It was not until Umma submitted to Gutian rule did they begin to recover.The "benign" subjection of Umma, probably prompted Ur-Bau, Ensi of Lagash, (a nearby city which also controlled the old capital of Ur - photo left), to establish a pro-Gutian government also.
Shar-Kali-Sharri fought well to preserve the realm and he won numerous battles, including one against the Amorites in Syria, but Elam declared independence and threw off the Akkadian language.
Then there was a series of 11 other Akkadian kings who ruled for another 181 years.Then the last Akkadian king, "Ilulu" was defeated by Sumerian king Ur-nijin of Unug. Gudea was an energetic and benevolent ruler, who had the time, power and wealth to carry out an extensive program of temple construction, and other public works projects. He seems to have been regarded as a great king, and there were many songs written about him, and also many statues erected for him.
This is an excerpt of a hymn written for him on the occasion of the building of the goddess Ning?irsu's temple. Ning?irsu's intention became as clear as daylight to Gudea.He is wise, and able too to realise things. No slave who …… was hit on the head by his master, no misbehaving slave girl was slapped on the face by her mistress.
He expelled the persons ritually unclean, unpleasant to look at, and …… from the city.The citizens were purifying an area of 24 iku for him, they were cleansing that area for him. He put juniper, the mountains' pure plant, onto the fire and raised smoke with cedar resin, the scent of gods. In order to build the house of Ning?irsu, the Anuna gods of the land of Lagas stood by Gudea in prayer and supplication, and all this made the true shepherd Gudea extremely happy. Ur-Nammu seized Uruk, and attacked and killed his competitor, Namhani of Lagash, whom he called "the traitor of Lagash". This was the beginning of Ur III, (because by the Sumerian king list, this is the third time that the kingship was taken by Ur).
Ur-Nammu caused the coveted overseas trade from Dilmun (Indus Valley), Magan, and Meluha – Meluha means “black land”, the name of Egypt, so in all probability, the country that they are referring to is Egypt - to now flow through Ur, bringing great wealth to that city. Like all great rulers, he built much, including the very impressive ziggurats of Ur and Uruk, which acquired their final monumental dimensions in his reign.
By now the Gutians had overrun Elam, causing a greater state of anarchy there, than they had previously caused in Sumer. And then invaded and occupied Susa (the main Elamite city), he also installed a Sumerian governor there.

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