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THE ROYAL FAMILY By Mahari Mengistu
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This play covers the breadth of the Afro-Egyptian/Kemetic 18th Dynasty of Pharaoh Tutankhamen and his illustrious and influential family. It is based on historical and archaeological evidence taken... More > from Egyptian history and from structural remains in Afraka, Israel and its environs.< Less
THE ROYAL FAMILY By Mahari Mengistu
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This play covers the breadth of the Afro-Egyptian/Kemetic 18th Dynasty of Pharaoh Tutankhamen and his illustrious and influential family. It is based on historical and archaeological evidence taken... More > from Egyptian history and from structural remains in Afraka, Israel and its environs.< Less
Britain & The Early Church By Abba Seraphim
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The early history of Christianity in Britain is rich in legend but the written sources are sparse. Using archaeological, liturgical and reliable historical texts Abba Seraphim examines Britain's... More > place in the Early Church, and its connections with both Rome and the apostolic churches of the East, to show that despite its remoteness, its contribution to mission, art and culture was considerable.< Less
Guide to Zaragoza By World Travel Publishing
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Zaragoza has some extraordinary architecture, including historic palace with an internal decorations looking like a basilica. The city is full of archaeologic Roman remains. A culturally enriching... More > place, Zaragoza is definitely worth a visit. Guide to Zaragoza will be your best companion throughout your trip!< Less
Angkor: Eighth Wonder of the World By Andrew Forbes et al.
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For much of the second half of the 20th century Cambodia was racked by war and famine. Considered a sideshow in the Vietnam War, the country was nevertheless invaded by both North and South Vietnam,... More > bombed to smithereens by the United States, and—worst of all—ruled, between 1975 and 1979, by Pol Pot’s genocidal Khmer Rouge regime. Things were so bad that the very name Cambodia became synonymous with pain and suffering. Yet it was not always so. Before its rice fields were stained with blood, Cambodia was celebrated as a land of fertile tranquility where a Buddhist people continued the myriad artistic and cultural traditions of the old Khmer Empire, exemplified by the extraordinary temple of Angkor Wat, surely the Eighth Wonder of the World. Angkor has to be seen to be believed. It is the largest religious site in the world and the major cultural and historical attraction in all of Southeast Asia. 20,000 words, 81 contemporary images, 18 historic images, 7 maps< Less
Ireland By George Arnold
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While searching Geneologies I found The Irish Mythology. I approached it backwards because I was looking for a lineage that started with DNA evidence from a peoples dated 10,000 years ago. Not... More > knowing quite what I was doing I assumed the dates were wrong after reading a small bit and reserved dating until I could find historical links to reference dates and I found one in 343 BC and then another and another and it all came together.< Less
Ireland By George Arnold
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While searching Geneologies I found The Irish Mythology. I approached it backwards because I was looking for a lineage that started with DNA evidence from a peoples dated 10,000 years ago. Not... More > knowing quite what I was doing I assumed the dates were wrong after reading a small bit and reserved dating until I could find historical links to reference dates and I found one in 343 BC and then another and another and it all came together.< Less
The Bride of the Nile -- Complete By Georg Ebers
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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: Georg Moritz Ebers (Berlin, March 1, 1837 – Tutzing,... More > Bavaria, August 7, 1898), German Egyptologist and novelist, discovered the Egyptian medical papyrus, of ca. 1550 BCE, named for him (see Ebers Papyrus) at Luxor (Thebes) in the winter of 1873–74. Now in the Library of the University of Leipzig, the Ebers Papyrus is among the most important ancient Egyptian medical papyri. It is one of two of the oldest preserved medical documents anywhere—the other being the Edwin Smith Papyrus (ca. 1600 BCE).At Göttingen he studied jurisprudence, and at Berlin Oriental languages and archaeology. Having made a special study of Egyptology, he became in 1865 Dozent in Egyptian language and antiquities at Jena, becoming professor in 1868. In 1870 he was appointed professor in these subjects at Leipzig. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georg_Ebers< Less
The Lion and the Covenant By B. Victor Preston
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After the murder of his brother following a mysterious manuscript purchase, gifted languages student Tom Wilson and his archaeology and history buff girlfriend Kate Torrington are drawn into a race... More > to find the truth about a fabled, long-lost golden artefact. Startling discoveries begins to reveal hitherto concealed history, and the "enigma of the ages" begins to unravel as the pair follows clues meant only for the highest Masonic orders. Others too are in hot pursuit of this age-old "royal secret", and Tom and Kate's search faces mortal danger from intelligence agencies, religious zealots and fanatical terrorists. Backed by impeccable research, this compelling mystery thriller is a sensational new read that will also startle many readers with its astounding, factual revelations.< Less
Ancient Chiang Mai Volume 1 By Andrew Forbes & David Henley
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The beautiful old walled city of Chiang Mai, set amid the forested mountains and fertile valleys of northern Thailand, is the historic capital of the former Lan Na Kingdom. Founded in 1296 by King... More > Mangrai the Great, it did not become fully part of Thailand until 1939, and even today the region retains a distinctly different character, with its own language, culture, cuisine and even temperament. Although around 40 times smaller than Bangkok, Chiang Mai remains the nation's cultural capital, as well as its most attractive and historically significant city. The authors have both lived in Chiang Mai for more than twenty years together with their Thai families, and consider Chiang Mai to be their home. In 2005 they began writing a series of articles entitled 'Ancient Chiang Mai' examining the history, culture and traditions of Chiang Mai and of its graceful and friendly people, the Northern Thais. The present study brings together 'Ancient Chiang Mai' articles 1-12, all published in 2005.< Less

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