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Emperors of Byzantium Book One By Haefen Hassinger
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Emperors of Byzantium is a comedic, dramatized graphic novel of the historical period known in modern times as the Byzantine era. Set in ancient Rome, full of gags, running jokes, and murder.... More > Emperors of Byzantium was created by the father & daughter team of Haefen & Sebastian Hassinger, who don't apologize for any discomfort caused by seeing historical figures whine, joke, cavort, prance and generally make fools of themselves. Book one covers (spoilers!) the period from the death of Marcus Aurelius to the death of Constantine the Great.< Less
Emperors of Byzantium Book One By Haefen Hassinger
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Emperors of Byzantium is a comedic, dramatized graphic novel of the historical period known in modern times as the Byzantine era. Set in ancient Rome, full of gags, running jokes, and murder.... More > Emperors of Byzantium was created by the father & daughter team of Haefen & Sebastian Hassinger, who don't apologize for any discomfort caused by seeing historical figures whine, joke, cavort, prance and generally make fools of themselves. Book one covers (spoilers!) the period from the death of Marcus Aurelius to the death of Constantine the Great.< Less
The Day the World Changed: May 29, 1453 By Daniel Carson
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On May 29, 1453, the ancient city of Constantinople, once capital of the Roman Empire, fell to the Ottoman Turks. Soon, the centuries-long order of the Middle Ages in Europe began to unravel: the... More > armored knight on horseback ceased to inspire fear on the battlefield, stone castles no longer stopped an enemy’s advance, and the pope in Rome found that half of Europe no longer accepted his teachings. European ships steered away from the accustomed routes between the ports of their own continent, landing in the Americas, in India, and finally circling the world. New ideas about gaining knowledge by experiment and direct observation challenged medieval reliance on ancient authorities. Find out why in The Day the World Changed.< Less
The Day the World Changed: May 29, 1453 By Daniel Carson
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On May 29, 1453, the ancient city of Constantinople, once capital of the Roman Empire, fell to the Ottoman Turks. Soon, the centuries-long order of the Middle Ages in Europe began to unravel: the... More > armored knight on horseback ceased to inspire fear on the battlefield, stone castles no longer stopped an enemy’s advance, and the pope in Rome found that half of Europe no longer accepted his teachings. European ships steered away from the familiar routes between the ports of their own continent, landing in the Americas, in India, and finally circling the world. New ideas about gaining knowledge by experiment and direct observation challenged medieval reliance on ancient authorities. Find out why in "The Day the World Changed".< Less
The Day the World Changed: May 29, 1453 By Daniel Carson
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On May 29, 1453, the ancient city of Constantinople, once capital of the Roman Empire, fell to the Ottoman Turks. Soon, the centuries-long order of the Middle Ages in Europe began to unravel: the... More > armored knight on horseback ceased to inspire fear on the battlefield, stone castles no longer stopped an enemy’s advance, and the pope in Rome found that half of Europe no longer accepted his teachings. European ships steered away from the accustomed routes between the ports of their own continent, landing in the Americas, in India, and finally circling the world. New ideas about gaining knowledge by experiment and direct observation challenged medieval reliance on ancient authorities. Find out why in The Day the World Changed.< Less
A Struggle for Rome, v. 3 By Felix Dahn
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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: Felix Ludwig Julius Dahn (9 February 1834 – 3 January 1912)... More > was a German nationalist and anti-semitic lawyer, author and historian. He was also known for writing nationalist poetry.Julius Sophus Felix Dahn was born in Hamburg as the oldest son of Friedrich (1811–1889) and Constanze Dahn who were notable actors at the city's theater. The family had both German and French roots. Dahn began his studies in law and philosophy in Munich (he had moved there with his parents in 1834), and graduated as Doctor of Laws in Berlin. After his habilitation treatise, Dahn became lecturer of German Law in Munich in 1857. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felix_Dahn< Less
A Struggle for Rome, v. 1 By Felix Dahn
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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: Felix Ludwig Julius Dahn (9 February 1834 – 3 January 1912)... More > was a German nationalist and anti-semitic lawyer, author and historian. He was also known for writing nationalist poetry.Julius Sophus Felix Dahn was born in Hamburg as the oldest son of Friedrich (1811–1889) and Constanze Dahn who were notable actors at the city's theater. The family had both German and French roots. Dahn began his studies in law and philosophy in Munich (he had moved there with his parents in 1834), and graduated as Doctor of Laws in Berlin. After his habilitation treatise, Dahn became lecturer of German Law in Munich in 1857. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felix_Dahn< Less
A Struggle for Rome, v. 2 By Felix Dahn
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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: Felix Ludwig Julius Dahn (9 February 1834 – 3 January 1912)... More > was a German nationalist and anti-semitic lawyer, author and historian. He was also known for writing nationalist poetry.Julius Sophus Felix Dahn was born in Hamburg as the oldest son of Friedrich (1811–1889) and Constanze Dahn who were notable actors at the city's theater. The family had both German and French roots. Dahn began his studies in law and philosophy in Munich (he had moved there with his parents in 1834), and graduated as Doctor of Laws in Berlin. After his habilitation treatise, Dahn became lecturer of German Law in Munich in 1857. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felix_Dahn< Less
Footnotes from Turkey By Jakob Schmidt
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These footnotes comprise observations made during a pilgrimage through the "Second Holy Land", i.e. Asia Minor, present-day Turkey, and some of the reflections (and perhaps flights of... More > fancy) inspired by the encounter with the relics and remnants of a fascinating history, especially a Christian past that dates back to apostolic times.< Less
Summary of World History By Hector Zapatero
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This book tells the history of the world in a simple, concise and linear way. It begins with the formation of the Universe and lists the more important events in the history of our planet, and... More > especially in the history of mankind, up until the present day. It will give the reader an understanding of the historical context in which the events that shaped our modern world took place. The book includes images, charts and maps that add up to its value as reference material for World History. Despite being a professional translator and not a historian, the author (Hector Zapatero), has a passion for World History that began long ago, when he was at secondary school. This book is the result of many years during which he compiled and arranged the data that forms this chronology, sorting it out according to three main criteria: simplicity, importance and global perspective. This new edition is a complete revision of the English text, that includes updates, corrections and an improved translation.< Less

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