Huts built from mammoth bones found along the Dniepr river valley of Ukraine, at locations near Chernihiv , in Moravia, Czech Republic, and in southern Poland, that date between 23,000 BCE and 12,000 BCE, may be the earliest structures built by prehistoric man, and thus the earliest examples of architecture.
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Bolesław subsequently married Salome von Berg-Schelklingen, by whom he had 14 children (six sons and eight daughters), of whom six sons and five daughters are known: Leszek (born 1115); Casimir the Older (d. 1131); Bolesław IV the Curly (born 1125); Mieszko III the Old (born 1126); Henryk of Sandomierz (born 1127); Casimir II the Just (born 1138); Rikissa of Poland (born 1116), who married firstly Magnus the Strong, pretender of Sweden and Denmark; secondly Volodar of Polatsk, Prince of Minsk; and thirdly king Sverker I of Sweden Dobronega of Poland (born 1128), who married Marquis Dietrich of Niederlausitz; Gertruda of Poland; Judith of Poland (born 1130-1135), who married Otto I of Brandenburg; and Agnes of Poland (born 1137), who married Mstislav II Kyjevskı.
In a study conducted in 1992, Louis Harris interviewed 948 elderly people over the age of 65 from Germany in order to have a better understanding of their health care access satisfaction and quality of life. With the construction of the four melting chamber boiler plants for the GKM power plant in Mannheim one sees signs of the economic recovery for J+G and Germany.
Paintings in the Chauvet Cave date as early as 30,000 BCE. We hope people will contribute their reports to the platform and request data on the nursing homes in their states. He said he had seen "plenty of examples of bad care" in German homes among the 50 pensioners for whom he had already found homes in Slovakia.
For the first time J+G has a refractory manufacturer produce chrome-corundum bricks according to requirements and recipe given by J+G. Germany's chronic care crisis - the care industry suffers from lack of workers and soaring costs - has for years been mitigated by eastern Europeans migrating to Germany in growing numbers to care for the country's elderly.
For the most part, federal data on the individual nursing homes was structurally clean, in XML files. It was Paul Hogan's own family experience caring for his grandmother that made him realize the need for elder home care services to help seniors live independently at home.
Taking this into account along with the long-term care services the elderly are provided, the German elderly generally have good access to short-term and long-term care insurance. 1 The population in need of care is expected to increase from over a million to over 2 million people in 2020, which is about 2% of the population in Germany.
Learning of Boleslaw's act Martin I, Archbishop of Gniezno and primate of Poland, who was a strong supporter of Zbigniew, excommunicated Boleslaw III Wrymouth for committing the crime against his half-brother. Bolesław III Wrymouth (Bolesław III Krzywousty); 1085 - 1138) was Duke of Poland from 1102.
In 2007 Nicholas J. Conard of the University of Tübingen reported that his team discovered an intact carving of a woolly mammoth from the excavations collected from Vogelherd Cave , about 1 km northwest of Stetten-ob-Lontal, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
2 If a family opted for the long-term care insurance to provide care services, they could attain these services through these private agencies; otherwise, they would receive cash benefits that could be used to pay a family member or other individual for informal care services.
70% of the people, who are elderly and in need of care, live in private households, with a family member being the main caregiver in 80% of these households; daughters and daughters in law being the main caregivers 1 The continual increase in the elderly population in Germany signifies that there will be a greater need for health care services to be provided to the elderly, notably long-term care services.