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Sons of Avalon: Merlin's Prophecy By Dee Marie
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Chaos ensues as Rome abandons Britain, leaving native Britons alone to defend their shores from the growing Saxon invasion. Set in 5th Century Britain, this retelling of the traditional legends of... More > Merlin, King Arthur, and Avalon, blends a mixture of historical fact with Arthurian fantasy. Refreshingly innovative, the tale spans the mysterious birth of Merlin, climaxing with the conception of Arthur, the legendary future king of Britain. A young Merlin advises three High Kings: to fight through the bedlam, fight for the right to rule, fight to save the future treasure of Britain! Interlacing love, revenge, mystery and murder, with a dash of humor, this coming of age adventure is a guide through the shrouded tales that embrace the Sons of Avalon.< Less
De Fide and De Spiritu Sancto By Saint Ambrose of Milan
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De Fide and De Spiritu Sancto are the chief dogmatic works of Saint Ambrose of Milan. Composed between 378 and 381 at the request of the Emperor Gratian, they vindicate the Divinity of Christ and of... More > the Holy Spirit against those who would deny them. Saint Ambrose (Aurelius Ambrosius) was bishop of Milan from a.d. 374 to 397 and was one of the most influential ecclesiastical figures of the fourth century. For his brilliant defense of orthodoxy against the Arian heretics, Saint Ambrose is counted as one of the four original Doctors of the Church.< Less
De Fide and De Spiritu Sancto By Saint Ambrose of Milan
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De Fide and De Spiritu Sancto are the chief dogmatic works of Saint Ambrose of Milan. Composed between 378 and 381 at the request of the Emperor Gratian, they vindicate the Divinity of Christ and of... More > the Holy Spirit against those who would deny them. Saint Ambrose (Aurelius Ambrosius) was bishop of Milan from a.d. 374 to 397 and was one of the most influential ecclesiastical figures of the fourth century. For his brilliant defense of orthodoxy against the Arian heretics, Saint Ambrose is counted as one of the four original Doctors of the Church.< Less
Danny Hallows and the Stones of Aurora By K.A. Hambly
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Near what appears to be an ordinary town in South Wales lies a forest so ancient that locals believe it hosts otherworldly creatures. But as one boy knows, it is also the gateway to Aecleti; a... More > mysterious and magical country created by the wizard Ambrosius. Aecleti is being threatened by the evil King Vortigen who is seeking the Stones of Aurora which are said to contain the purest of magic. If the Stones fall into his hands he will become the most powerful ruler of his time, and nobody will be able to stop him. But there may be hope, for the fate of Aecleti and Willow Creek has fallen to a sixteen-year-old boy, Danny Hallows – a boy whose destiny was written in the stars.< Less
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The Bear, the Dragon and the Wolf By Chris Flynn
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Curiosity and disobedience are two of Owain’s constant companions. Forbidden by his father, Enniaun, to accompany a Votadini warband’s sortie against the Picts, Owain is abducted by the... More > raiders. As a prized hostage, he begins an education and a life-time friendship with Edern, a young Pict, when both are tutored by the wise and mysterious seer, Lailoken. Owain’s path takes him to the seat of the High King of Romano-Britain. His military skills are enhanced by a visit to Ambrosius Aurelianus, beyond British shores, and when he finally returns, threats are posed by the Picts in the far north and the newly settled Sais to the south and east. Additional to these dangers, he must also face internal strife among the Romano-British factions. In the glamoury of the northern wild woods he meets his second tutor and, against the backdrop of Britain’s complexity, his actions birth the mythology of ‘Arthur.’< Less
In Praise of Folly Illustrated with Many Curious Cuts By Desiderius Erasmus
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Hans Holbein der Jüngere (* 1497 oder 1498 in Augsburg;... More > † 29. November 1543 in London) war ein deutscher Maler. Auf einem Selbstbildnis, das er kurz vor seinem Tod malte, bezeichnet er sich selbst als Basler. Er zählt zu den bedeutendsten Renaissance-Malern.Holbein entstammte einer bedeutenden Augsburger Künstlerfamilie. Sein Vater Hans Holbein der Ältere gehörte zu den bekannten Malern seiner Zeit. Künstlerisch tätig war auch sein Onkel Sigmund Holbein, über dessen Wirken und Werk aber wenig bekannt ist. Auch einer seiner Brüder, Ambrosius Holbein, war Maler.Ihre künstlerische Ausbildung erhielten die Brüder in der Werkstatt des Vaters. Gemeinsam zogen sie 1515 nach Basel, in der Hoffnung, in der damals blühenden Buchdruckerstadt als Illustratoren ein gutes Einkommen zu finden. Excerpt from: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans_Holbein_der_J%C3%BCngere< Less
The Dance of Death Exhibited in Elegant Engravings on Wood with a Dissertation on the Several Representations of that Subject but More Particularly on Those Ascribed to Macaber and Hans Holbein By Francis Douce
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Hans Holbein der Jüngere (* 1497 oder 1498 in Augsburg;... More > † 29. November 1543 in London) war ein deutscher Maler. Auf einem Selbstbildnis, das er kurz vor seinem Tod malte, bezeichnet er sich selbst als Basler. Er zählt zu den bedeutendsten Renaissance-Malern.Holbein entstammte einer bedeutenden Augsburger Künstlerfamilie. Sein Vater Hans Holbein der Ältere gehörte zu den bekannten Malern seiner Zeit. Künstlerisch tätig war auch sein Onkel Sigmund Holbein, über dessen Wirken und Werk aber wenig bekannt ist. Auch einer seiner Brüder, Ambrosius Holbein, war Maler.Ihre künstlerische Ausbildung erhielten die Brüder in der Werkstatt des Vaters. Gemeinsam zogen sie 1515 nach Basel, in der Hoffnung, in der damals blühenden Buchdruckerstadt als Illustratoren ein gutes Einkommen zu finden. Excerpt from: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans_Holbein_der_J%C3%BCngere< Less
De ogen van de ziel By Frits Heijting
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Als je de ogen van het lichaam koestert, die je spoedig weer moet verlaten door de dood van het lichaam, moet je dan niet veel meer aandacht geven aan de ogen van de ziel? (kerkvader Ambrosius van... More > Milaan, 4e eeuw) In deze bundel zijn honderden teksten verzameld, niet alleen uit de kerk van de eerste eeuwen, maar ook van vele heiligen na hen, alle tijden door, tot Johannes XXIII en moeder Teresa. Het is bemoedigende en inspirerende lectuur, die als doel heeft het geloof op te bouwen; en het nieuwe leven met Christus te bevorderen. Het boek is in te zien op gelovenbeleven.nl< Less