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Tarmynd Alexander and the King of Fools By Kennedy Gandy
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The Faylands are open. Earth and Adamere are joined once again. Tarmynd and his friends must now find a way to balance the opportunity as well as the danger this new world holds. There they will find... More > fantastic creatures, valuable allies, and old foes as they search for answers to the one question that has eluded Tarmynd since the beginning: can LeFoll be stopped or is his rule inevitable? In this, the concluding chapter to the Pinpointer Trilogy, Tarmynd must either save his world and the Faylands, or forever condemn them to the savagery of a Fay who knows no mercy, only vengeance. They will either choose to risk everything in the battle against evil, or they will bow to it. All hail, the King of Fools!< Less
Alexander and the Stone of the King By Zachary Miller
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A lesson on similar triangles.
Alexander-The King of Macedonia By Arvind Pratap Singh Yadav
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This book is designed to show how a great character called Alexander remained unbeatable in his entire life. some extract of book is shown below: "As for the Macedonians, however, their... More > struggle with Porus blunted their courage and stayed their further advance into India. For having had all they could do to repulse an enemy who mustered only twenty thousand infantry and two thousand horse, they violently opposed Alexander when he insisted on crossing the river Ganges also, the width of which, as they learned, was •thirty-two furlongs, its depth •a hundred fathoms, while its banks on the further side were covered with multitudes of men- at-arms and horsemen and elephants. For they were told that the kings of the Ganderites and Praesii were awaiting them with eighty thousand horsemen, two hundred thousand footmen, eight thousand chariots, and six thousand fighting elephants. And there was no boasting in these reports. "< Less
DAT Carving: Conquer Carving for the Dental Aptitude Test By Alexander King
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An illustrated guide to the manual dexterity component of the DAT exam. Includes 12 practice carving diagrams
DAT Carving: Carving Practice Problems for the Dental Aptitude Test By Alexander King
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Practice carving for the manual dexterity component of the DAT. Includes 25 practice carving diagrams.
Alexander the Great By Jacob Abbott
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Alexander the Great was one of the most successful military commanders in history, and was undefeated in battle. By the time of his death, he had conquered most of the world known to the ancient... More > Greeks. Alexander the Great is one of many biographies aimed at young people written by Jacob Abbott and his brother. The biographies are written in such a way that makes them appealing and easily accessible to everyone.< Less
Alexander's Lovers By Andrew Chugg
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Alexander’s Lovers is the eagerly awaited second book by the author of The Lost Tomb of Alexander the Great (see www.alexanderstomb.com) and will surely prove no less fascinating a read for... More > those with an interest in the King. It is an exploration of Alexander’s character through the mirror of the lives of the people with whom he pursued romantic relationships, including his friend Hephaistion, his queen Roxane, his mistress Barsine and Bagoas the Eunuch. Alexander’s Lovers is aimed at the large range of Alexander enthusiasts who have been frustrated to find his rather intriguing love life relegated to little more than embarrassed footnotes in the conventional histories of his career. It is also rendered accessible to a wider audience with a casual interest in Alexander, through the incorporation of an 18,000-word prologue providing a concise introductory biography of the King. (Includes 44 images)< Less
Alexander and Aristotle By Regina Goncalves
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The young time traveller, Caius Zip, visits India with the Macedonian army commanded by the legendary Alexander, the Great, in 326 B.C. Caius appears at the exact moment of a battle between Alexander... More > and the Indian king, Poros. Caius will get to know the striking personality of Alexander, the invincible leader, who has great human virtues, but also some important flaws. The travelling boy will also discover the philosophy of great Greek thinkers, like Tales, Anaximander, Pythagoras, Democritus, Heraclitus, Socrates, Plato and, above all, Aristotle. Caius learns the principles of Greek philosophy and perceives how our manner of thinking is highly influenced by the Greek thinkers who lived 2500 years ago. Caius Zip experiences this magical period of encounters between civilizations that profoundly marked the history of the world.< Less
Alexander the Great By Jacob Abbott
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Excerpt These embassadors saw Alexander, of course, and had opportunities to converse with him. They expected that he would be interested in hearing about the splendors, and pomp, and parade of the... More > Persian monarchy. They had stories to tell him about the famous hanging gardens, which were artificially constructed in the most magnificent manner, on arches raised high in the air; and about a vine made of gold, with all sorts of precious stones upon it instead of fruit, which was wrought as an ornament over the throne on which the King of Persia often gave audience; of the splendid palaces and vast cities of the Persians; and the banquets, and fêtes, and magnificent entertainments and celebrations which they used to have there. They found, however, to their surprise, that Alexander was not interested in hearing about any of these things.< Less
Alexander's Lovers By Andrew Chugg
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Alexander’s Lovers reveals the personality of Alexander the Great through the mirror of the lives of those with whom he pursued romantic relationships, including his friend Hephaistion, his... More > queen Roxane, his mistress Barsine & Bagoas the Eunuch. Did you know that Alexander got the idea of adopting Persian dress from a book he read in his youth? Had you realised that Alexander’s pursuit of divine honours was part of his emulation of Achilles, that Bagoas undertook a diplomatic mission or that Hephaistion’s diplomacy kept Athens from joining a Spartan rebellion? Are you aware that Aetion’s painting of Alexander’s marriage depicted Hephaistion & Bagoas as well as Roxane and really depicted the King’s passions? Which girl was betrothed to Alexander’s son? Would it surprise you that Alexander’s mourning for Hephaistion was conducted according to models from Homer and Euripides? If you would like to get to know Alexander on a more personal level, then you need to read this book. Second edition, revised & updated.< Less

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