much scholarly debate

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  • There has been much scholarly debate as to which is earlier.
  • The location and people of this city has been the subject of much scholarly debate in Islam.
  • Unferth's presence in the poem has been a point of much scholarly debate.
  • There has been much scholarly debate over whether the movement was popularly motivated or something forced upon the people by those in power.
  • Because of the vague language of the document, there has been much scholarly debate over how it should be interpreted.
  • The precise location of Imachara is not known but has been and remains the subject of much scholarly debate.
  • There is much scholarly debate on how much influence William Warren Bartley had on writing the book.
  • There is much scholarly debate concerning the order of publication of Tacitus' works; traditional dates are given here.
  • Much scholarly debate also circles around identification of possible portraits of Lady Jane Grey.
  • Much scholarly debate exists over the role of SNARE proteins in kiss-and-run exocytosis.
  • The majority of knowledge on this church comes from outside non-adherent sources and its exact nature is a subject of much scholarly debate, particularly around its possible dualist teachings.
  • However, the precise type of gesture described by the phrase pollice verso and its meaning are the subject of much scholarly debate.
  • While it is known that Chopin's mazurkas are connected to the traditional dance, throughout the years there has been much scholarly debate as to how exactly they are connected.
  • The classical historians Polybius and Livy each provide accounts of the journey, but the exact route has been the source of much scholarly debate.
  • Much scholarly debate continues on the nature of the epithet "Lykaios" beyond its geographical and cultic significance.
  • Luttwak's work has been praised for its lucid analysis of, and insights into, issues regarding Roman military dispositions, and for stimulating much scholarly debate about these issues.
  • However, it is unclear how accurate Hipponax's sixth-century, poetical account of the ceremony is, and there is much scholarly debate as to its reliability.
  • There has been much scholarly debate on the origin of the term, since there is little evidence of use of the term outside of the maritime environment in which the Krumen served as sailors, and the fact that many Grebo served in this capacity.
  • In the early 20th century, there was much scholarly debate, mostly in German, as to whether the later Aqa Risa and Riza Abbasi were the same figure.
  • The Paradise of Maitreya is currently dated as having been composed in 1298 and is one of the best surviving examples of its kind from late Yuan period, but there has been much scholarly debate about the exact date of composition.
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