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Seventeenth, Eighteenth, and Nineteenth Century Materials: The Historical Archaeology Laboratory Handbook Volume 2 By SHA CoPublications
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Volumes II and III focus on the identification of different kinds of materials and are divided chronologically. Volume II focuses on earlier materials, primarily from the 17th and 18th centuries, but... More > also extending into the early decades of the 19th century. Ceramic materials, including smoking pipes, and glass (both window and vessel) are considered in the first part and “small finds” such as beads, buckles, thimbles, gun flints, and buttons can be identified in the second.< Less
ARMENIA’S FRESCOES FROM URARTU AND CILICIA TO THE 21st CENTURY. 7000 Years of Art Treasures By Maximillien De Lafayette
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This is a fabulous book, elegantly printed, large format (Size: 8.50” x 11”) containing hundreds upon hundreds of photos in color, and rare/vintage illustrations, sketches, maps and... More > pictures. It includes: Armenia’s Early Frescoes. The Urartu era. Ancient Greco-Armenian frescoes and mosaic. Garni Temple. Armenia’s early Christian frescoes and figurative arts. Frescoes of medieval Armenia. Chronology and historical perspective of early Christian frescoes. 6th century and 7th century frescoes and murals. Between 921 and 930 A.D. Between 1,220 and 1,236 A.D. In the 14th century. Arrival of the Crusaders. In the 17th century and the 18th century. Frescoes from the Theodosia era to the 18th century. Armenia’s Modern and Contemporary Frescoes and Murals.< Less
Sor Juana Polimata By Pamela H. Long, PhD
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The intellectual accomplishments of Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, a nun living in 17th century Mexico, on cosmology, aesthetics, music, rhetoric and theology.
Keep My Sabbath By Jeremy White
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In the 17th century, Derbyshire had unconventional and independently minded hill preachers. Through an accidental encounter up on the hills, their influence begins to make itself felt over Jim and... More > Lucy, 21st century high school students. They are caught between the controlling behaviour of Jim’s parents and the subversive influence of Lucy’s family, whose forbears were also hill preachers. Jim begins to fall out of the world of tweets, texts and crowd judgements and, with Lucy, he finds himself having to address much deeper questions of personal morality, aided only by a much older set of beliefs. They elope and go on the run, an act that exposes them to becoming an on-line scandal. The authorities become involved and a pursuit of Jim, Lucy and their aged accomplices ensues from which, at the last moment, they escape, thanks to a surprising intervention that gives the two of them hope for their future and the future of nonconformity.< Less
Fortune's Slave By Fidelis Morgan
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Unlikely as it may seem, the Countess finds herself with cash to spare. Unlikelier still, she decides to do the sensible thing and invest it, caught up in London society's new craze for stocks and... More > shares. Overnight, fortunes are being made, wealth amassed from nothing in a frenzy of speculation. And with these new-found riches anything can be bought: commodities, monkeys, even people. But as the Countess and Alpiew learn to their cost, investments can go down as well as up -- helped along by a little embezzlement from those bastions of respectability, bankers and brokers. 'Morgan's novels are a hoot, and packed to the hilt with parody, drama, luscious costumes and gruesome re-enactments. Morgan is adept in contrasting her characters with their surroundings and with each other. She brings dank, disease-ridden London vividly to life, with great humour. The Countess and Alpiew are comic creations of genius. Morgan's roller-coaster romp of a novel is a hard act to follow.' The Herald< Less
The Rival Queens By Fidelis Morgan
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London 1699. Countess Ashby de la Zouche and her maid, the faithful Alpiew, are dashing around, plying their trade as scandal-mongers. Happily, scandals are falling in their laps like ripe plums. But... More > scandal takes on some gravitas when the Countess and Alpiew are hired to solve the murder of a popular leading lady. Amidst an ever-changing cast of actors, hooligans, servants, noblemen, and lunatics, the identity of the murderer remains a true mystery until the end. 'A 1699 version of bawdy London is splendidly brought to life in Fidelis Morgan's The Rival Queens, the second rollicking novel to feature the wiles and conniving intrigues of Countess Ashby de la Zouche and her maidservant Alpiew... Restoration comedy and action, artifice, gunpowder and Samuel Pepys a perfect historical menu of crime and mystery, with the bonus of laughs aplenty.'  The Guardian; 'Steeped in period detail and wit, it's a mystery that is as much fun to read as it is to try to solve.' Minneapolis Star Tribune < Less
The Ambitious Stepmother By Fidelis Morgan
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The Countess Ashby de la Zouche would not be every parent's choice of chaperone for a teenagerm- in France, of all places. The second Mrs Alderman Franklyn-Green, however, will go to any lengths to... More > get rid of her unwanted stepdaughter. And the promise of 100 guineas and a sojourn in the land of gay balls is sufficient to secure the Countess's services, even if the girl is a complete shrew. Sadly, Paris is far from the den of iniquity the Countess and her maidservant Alpiew were hoping for. Worse, any hopes of enjoying fine French cuisine are dashed when a fellow guest is poisoned. "Following on from Unnatural Fire and The Rival Queens, Fidelis Morgan has another winner here." (Kirkus UK) "A third irrepressible outing for the ebullient Countess Ashby de la Zouche and her awesomely bosomed maid, Alpiew, a pair of Restoration detectives dubbed Cagney and Lacey in corsets. Fun never came so lusty." The Guardian< Less
THE PRODIGIOUS MAGICIAN By Pedro Calderón de la Barca
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The story of Saints Cyprian and Justine of Antioch, in which Calderón has christianized the Faust legend, turning damnation to redemption.
The Forced Marriage By Molière
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A modern English translation of Moliere's second comedy-ballet, The Forced Marriage.
PERSILES, & SIGISMUNDA By Miguel de Cervantes
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A new translation by Leon Stephens of Cervantes' last, and posthumously published work, written in the English of the author's time. A beautifully structured novel of adventure and pilgrimage in... More > which a multitude of stories emerge from the central narrative.< Less

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