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Julius Caesar By William Shakespeare
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Julius Caesar is a tragedy by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written in 1599. It portrays the conspiracy against the Roman dictator of the same name, his assassination and its aftermath.... More > It is one of several Roman plays that he wrote, based on true events from Roman history, which also include Coriolanus and Antony and Cleopatra. Although the title of the play is Julius Caesar, Caesar is not the central character in its action; he appears in only three scenes, and is killed at the beginning of the third act. The protagonist of the play is Marcus Brutus, and the central psychological drama is his struggle between the conflicting demands of honour, patriotism, and friendship. The play reflected the general anxiety of England over succession of leadership. At the time of its creation and first performance, Queen Elizabeth, a strong ruler, was elderly and had refused to name a successor, leading to worries that a civil war similar to that of Rome might break out after her death.< Less
The Macedonian & Punic Wars - Crusader Rules Supplement By Mark Sims
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The Macedonian and Punic Wars is the first army list book for the Crusader Wargames Rules. You’ll need a copy of these rules to gain the most from this supplement but there is enough useful... More > information (and some very nice photographs) to make this a worthwhile book in its own right. There are seven major armies listed as well as details for allies and mercenaries that can supplement the forces of any of the major powers. As well as the army lists each nation has information on its history and major campaigns and advice on how to organise your forces and get the most from your troops on the tabletop. Carthaginian 275 - 146 BC Gallic 400 - 25 BC Hellenistic Greek 250 - 50 BC Macedonian Successor 320 - 146 BC Numidian 300 - 25 BC Roman 275 - 105 BC Spanish 200 - 20 BC< Less
The Macedonian and Punic Wars By Mark Sims
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The Macedonian and Punic Wars is the first army list book for the Crusader Wargames Rules. You’ll need a copy of these rules to gain the most from this supplement but there is enough useful... More > information (and some very nice photographs) to make this a worthwhile book in its own right. There are seven major armies listed as well as details for allies and mercenaries that can supplement the forces of any of the major powers. As well as the army lists each nation has information on its history and major campaigns and advice on how to organise your forces and get the most from your troops on the tabletop. Carthaginian 275 - 146 BC Gallic 400 - 25 BC Hellenistic Greek 250 - 50 BC Macedonian Successor 320 - 146 BC Numidian 300 - 25 BC Roman 275 - 105 BC Spanish 200 - 20 BC< Less
The Life of Clement Studebaker By Author Unknown
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“The Life of Clement Studebaker” is a typewritten manuscript held in the collection of the St. Joseph County Library in South Bend, Indiana. Written after his death in 1901, it was never... More > published. Although Clement died just at the dawn of the automobile age, he, together with his brother John Mohler Studebaker, established the character of the business and hand-picked the successors who introduced the company’s first cars. Clement, therefore, is an important precursor to the history of the automobile industry. “The Life of Clement Studebaker” covers his business life, his political life, his family life, his church life, and his connections with other businesses and other people in South Bend. It illuminates the man and gives insight. This fascinating 188-page biography belongs on the shelf of everyone interested in the history of the Studebaker Corporation, the city of South Bend, the automobile industry, or life in the late 19th century.< Less
The Life of Clement Studebaker By Author Unknown
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“The Life of Clement Studebaker” is a typewritten manuscript held in the collection of the St. Joseph County Library in South Bend, Indiana. Written after his death in 1901, it was never... More > published. Although Clement died just at the dawn of the automobile age, he, together with his brother John Mohler Studebaker, established the character of the business and hand-picked the successors who introduced the company’s first cars. Clement, therefore, is an important precursor to the history of the automobile industry. “The Life of Clement Studebaker” covers his business life, his political life, his family life, his church life, and his connections with other businesses and other people in South Bend. It illuminates the man and gives insight. This fascinating 188-page biography belongs on the shelf of everyone interested in the history of the Studebaker Corporation, the city of South Bend, the automobile industry, or life in the late 19th century.< Less
Where there is no Tech Support By Marc Maxson
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This book has been divided into three parts. The first part is what a development worker should consider when attempting to introduce computers or related technology into a school, village,... More > business, or government office. There are many obstacles that I wish I hadn’t overlooked in my two years in The Gambia, and I hope that my stories will help my replacements be more successful. Sustainability, accountability, and relevance make or break your project. I found that the most difficult thing to do was to identify the most important needs of the community, work with them to meet those needs, and leave behind successors who will be able to solve future problems with success. The second part is an outline of approaches that would benefit any organization trying to orient its technical workers and volunteers for the job ahead. The third part is a hands-on reference guide for keeping older computers working.< Less
Nero the Maker of History: Classic Children Book By Jacob Abbott
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Nero (Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus); 15 December 37 – 9 June 68) was Roman Emperor from 54 to 68, and the last in the Julio-Claudian dynasty. Nero was adopted by his great-uncle... More > Claudius to become his heir and successor, and succeeded to the throne in 54 following Claudius' death. During his reign, Nero focused much of his attention on diplomacy, trade, and enhancing the cultural life of the Empire. He ordered theaters built and promoted athletic games. During his reign, the redoubtable general Corbulo conducted a successful war and negotiated peace with the Parthian Empire. His general Suetonius Paulinus crushed a revolt in Britain and also annexed the Bosporan Kingdom to the Empire, beginning the First Roman–Jewish War.< Less
Terminological Dictionary of Social Transcendentalism By John O'Loughlin
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This is John O'Loughlin's first and, to-date, only attempt at writing a dictionary, in which the terminology follows alphabetically in chronological spelling order, and, needless to say, it's in... More > conjunction with the ideological philosophy of Social Transcendentalism that such a project was initially launched, with, it would appear, an acceptable degree of structural and thematic credibility to warrant such a seemingly portentous title - one, however, that must rank amongst the author's best philosophical works for its exacting comprehensiveness and daring originality. The cover shows an upended CND-type emblem with masculine and feminine signs, as though to signify a 'supercross' appropriate, for the author, to Social Transcendentalism, and therefore conceived as the logical successor to the so-called 'true cross' of Roman Catholicism.< Less
Rebazar Tarzs Presents DUANEIS THE NUMAN By DUANE THE GREAT WRITER
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I am ReWriting Human History. For those who are still looking for the 'Words of Wisdom' from the past and all that has taken place in the little bits of Human History that have been mostly... More > distorted and purposely so, they will still be lost in this House of Mirrors, this Maya Matrix that has been Kreated by the little minds of the Authoritarians on the earth and the Ghostly Gods of Men. Rebazar Tarzs always decide who will have The Rod of Power, which IS THE NUWAVIS THE NUMAN NOW. As I first started this in 2001, Harry Klump, The Living GEEK Master of the Kontrolling Krone Korporation, was supposed to announce me as his successor, and then from there I would be able to provide a RealEducation for the Dumbed Down MemberShrimps under Reptilian Joanny's TapLining Kontrol, but Harry had already been house broken by Krone to do as SHE wanted, so it would be up to me to creatively establish an ALLNU Position, and that of bringing forth The TruReality LifeIS, THE ALLIS. www.DuaneTheGreatWriter.info< Less
Vol. 17: Photography: Going Semi-Pro I: Revisiting the Nikon D200 By Shawn M. Tomlinson
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The designers at Nikon in 2004-05 were looking for a way to reach the semi-pro photographer. The semi-pro is someone who has another job but shoots photos — often at weddings — as a... More > part-time job. They’re sometimes called weekend warriors. They tend to be serious and dedicated, but they had no need for the pro digital single-lens reflex behemoths like the Canon EOS IDX Mark II or the Nikon D5. What they needed then and now is a DSLR camera that is built strong, is always reliable and can handle their workload. That led to the first true semi-pro camera from the company, the Nikon D200. The D200 may have been overshadowed by its successor, the Nikon D300, but it’s still a great camera. A great camera that can be had relatively cheaply, and that makes it an even better camera.< Less

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