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Opus Gemini III By Codex Regius
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Now heads will roll on both sides of the border! While Rome is warring in Syria and Mesopotamia, the noble refugee, Princess Iulia Balbilla approaches the Germanic border. Still she pursues her aim... More > to transform the Empire into an oriental monarchy that would grant her kin power even over the emperors. Her fierce agents Pernica and Sedigitus cross this border and penetrate the domain of their fiercest enemy to locate missing Adrianus on Mount Dounobriga. The Supreme Father, whose service Adrianus has entered, gathers all the chieftains of many Germanic tribes to convince them of his vision of an Alamannia that would include all barbarian nations. But evidence is found that the Headhunters, who have left decapitated bodies on the other side of the border, are also active on Mount Dounobriga. Where has Adrianus’ grandfather, old Restitutus, been taken to?< Less
Opus Gemini II By Codex Regius
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Around 70 B.C., a tradeship heading for Rome foundered off the coast of Antikythera. On board was the most sophisticated device known to the classical world: The Antikythera Mechanism - a set of... More > gears that might foretell the ways of the stars. In the sea, the Antikythera Mechanism escaped the purposeful destruction that hit its siblings a hundred years later. Save for one: The OPUS GEMINI, that has been ruined only twenty years ago. Its rightful owner, Princess Iulia Balbilla, is determined to find it, so that she may restore her power over hearts and minds of the masters of Roma.< Less
Opus Gemini I By Codex Regius
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Around 70 B.C., a tradeship heading for Rome foundered off the coast of Antikythera. On board was the most sophisticated device known to the classical world: The Antikythera Mechanism - a set of... More > gears that might foretell the ways of the stars. In the sea, the Antikythera Mechanism escaped the purposeful destruction that hit its siblings a hundred years later. Save for one: The OPUS GEMINI. This last of the Opera is held by Adrianus and Valeriana, two quarrelsome housemates at the rim of the Roman world. There comes a time of crisis, of warfare. And the ancient power that once ruled the Opus rises again. The agents of the lost realm of Commagene set forth to bring the OPUS GEMINI: Pernica the Swift, also known as the Polan Panthercat, who is seeking her life and her doom. And Sedigitus the Sixfinger, a misshapen warrior, dedicated to his mission at whatever cost. But there is another, a new force gathering.< Less
Global warming destroyed Atlantis By Jesús Morfín Garduño
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Several indications are gathered in this anthropological essay that lead to formulate the controversial hypothesis that the global warming occurred 14 thousand years ago destroyed a highly technical... More > prehistoric world civilization. In coherence with archaeological and geological data, as well as ancient cultural traditions, it is argued that the appearance of the Neolithic (polished stone age) only 8 thousand years ago came to be the repetition of a new cycle in the evolution of our human species, starting from the participation of the white race (which would have evolved during the 90 thousand years it remained isolated by the Würm Glaciation in Europe), whose integration to the rest of mankind appears to be the sense of known history, propelled by prehistoric messianic religions of human sacrifices. A general historicity starting with the Neolithic, based on the psychology of religions, enables mankind to rebuild the Earth's environment until it recovers its relative climatic stability.< Less
Global warming destroyed Atlantis By Jesús Morfín Garduño
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Several indications are gathered in this anthropological essay that lead to formulate the controversial hypothesis that the global warming occurred 14 thousand years ago destroyed a highly technical... More > prehistoric world civilization. In coherence with archaeological and geological data, as well as ancient cultural traditions, it is argued that the appearance of the Neolithic (polished stone age) only 8 thousand years ago came to be the repetition of a new cycle in the evolution of our human species, starting from the participation of the white race (which would have evolved during the 90 thousand years it remained isolated by the Würm Glaciation in Europe), whose integration to the rest of mankind appears to be the sense of known history, propelled by prehistoric messianic religions of human sacrifices. A general historicity starting with the Neolithic, based on the psychology of religions, enables mankind to rebuild the Earth's environment until it recovers its relative climatic stability.< Less
Echo In Time:A Legend of Atlantis By Michael Thomas
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A time travel adventure that begins in New York which combines outside alien influences and real world history such as the Antikythera Mechanism. These merge together with the present day in an... More > exciting scifi story.< Less
Echo In Time By Michael Thomas
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A time travel adventure that begins in New York which combines outside alien influences and real world history such as the Antikythera mechanism. These merge together with the present day in an... More > exciting sc-fi story.< Less
The Year in Tech History By Tom Merritt & Scott Johnson
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All the biggest events in technology history collected in order by the day the occurred. From January 1 to December 31 spanning the Antikythera Mechanism to the iPhone. Walk through the year with... More > Edison, Brattain, Jobs and the amazing devices and technologies that make our world what it is today. Plus enjoy the excellent illustrations of Scott Johnson that brighten the year as you go.< Less
The Year in Tech History By Tom Merritt & Scott Johnson
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All the biggest events in technology history collected in order by the day the occurred. From January 1 to December 31 spanning the Antikythera Mechanism to the iPhone. Walk through the year with... More > Edison, Brattain, Jobs and the amazing devices and technologies that make our world what it is today. Plus enjoy the excellent illustrations of Scott Johnson that brighten the year as you go.< Less

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