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Ephésus By Anonyme
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Ephésus est un Livre hors normes, tout à fait fondamental pour l'Histoire spirituelle non seulement de l'Humanité de la Terre et de sa Planète mais aussi de celle de... More > l'entière Partie Cosmique d'Ephèse. Lorsque l'on saura qui est son rédacteur spirituel, alors incarné en tant que Hjalfdar, Epoux de sa "moitié" Holda, longtemps vénérée en Allemagne sous divers noms, l'on comprendra mieux l'Origine du puissant Souffle qui mugit à travers ces vivifiantes pages...< Less
EPHESUS By ABDRUSCHIN
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Hier ist die ursprüngliche Version, die 1935 von Abdruschin veröffentlicht wurde. Das Bild, das sich auf der Decke dieses Buches befindet, ist eine dem Bild treue Replik, das sich auf der... More > Decke des Buches der Ausgabe originales 1935 befindet. Sie werden auch am Anfang des Textes mehrere Seiten dieses Buches finden, das aus nachfolgenden Ausgaben weggenommen gewesen war. Dieses Buch ist Roman-Format (6 "x 9") 15,24 x 22,86 cm und hat einen festen Einband.< Less
The Acts of the Second Council of Ephesus By S.G.F. Perry
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The Acts of the Second Council of Ephesus are an important record of the Christological controversies which divided the Church in the 5th century. They provide a witness to the positions held by... More > figures such as Dioscorus of Alexandria, Eutyches, Theodoret and Ibas. Although Perry takes a partisan position in some of his comments, the text itself, and his more neutral notes are a valuable and necessary source for anyone studying this period in Church history, and for anyone wishing to understand the basis of these Christological disputes. This is a facsimile edition and orders are placed on the understanding that the quality of print etc is of a variable but entirely acceptable standard for study.< Less
Travel Around Ancient Ephesus 2014 Calendar By Zander Publications
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Travel Around Ancient Ephesus 2014 Calendar (Part of the Travel Around Calendar Series)
from Ephesus to Babylon By emmanuel bernardoux
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Une plongée visuelle dans l'univers graphique et poétique du peintre, un parcours symbolique sur 2 années (2008 et 2009).
from Ephesus to Babylon By emmanuel bernardoux
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Une plongée visuelle dans l'univers graphique et poétique du peintre, un parcours symbolique sur 2 années (2008 et 2009).
Flesh and Stone A Collection of Photographs By Jan Pieter van Voorst van Beest
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A collection of black and white photographs in which comparisons are drawn between the classical human form and the modern nude.
Flesh and Stone A Collection of Photographs By Jan Pieter van Voorst van Beest
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A collection of black and white photographs in which comparisons are drawn between the classical human form and the modern nude.
The 7 Churches illustrated in black & white By Graeme Hotter
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An illustrated Bible Study of the 7 Churches of Revelation in 52 pages of black and white.
Korinna By Kristina O'Donnelly
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"Korinna - Daughters of the Fire, I," is an intense tour-de-force into the history of Ancient Greece, Rome, Anatolia, and the plight of women in those times. Women who had no say in the... More > running of their own lives, and women who only lived for their men who were then slain in battle. Locale and Time: “Korinna – Daughters of the Fire, I,” begins during the first of the three Mithriadic Wars fought between the Kingdom of Pontus and the Republic of Rome for control of Anatolia/Asia Minor, from 89 B.C. onward. Ephesus, Sardis and Pergamum, three famous cities of Antiquity, provide the stage upon which the novel revolves. Korinna, an orphan novice of Artemis, and the “Holy Women” (priestess-prostitutes of Aphrodite) Melitta and Chrysanthé, born during a time of chaotic transition in Anatolian history that pitted not only nation against nation, but parent against child, were truly Daughters of the Fire that had swept this ancient land.< Less