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אמונות חכמים (PB) [E#48489] By PublishYourSefer.com
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This classic Hebrew book is being reprinted by PublishYourSefer.com, in partnership and with original scans provided by The Society for Preservation of Hebrew Books (www.HebrewBooks.org). For more... More > information about our reprint program, and/or to provide feedback on this specific edition, please go to http://www.publishyoursefer.com/reprints/e/48489 or send an email to reprints /at/ publishyoursefer.com. You can also read this book online for free at www.hebrewbooks.org/9501. More information about this book - Title: אמונות חכמים; Author(s): בזילה, אביעד שר שלום בן מנחם שמשון; Place of Publication: Mantua, Date of Publication: 5490.< Less
La puerta del cielo boreal By Rafael Cerrato Mejías
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Dos historias enlazadas (una de política ficción y la otra de fantasía histórica) evolucionan paralelamente en cada capítulo. La primera se desarrolla en 2016 y... More > 2017. España está gobernada por una coalición formada por el PP (dirigido por José María Aznar) y el PSOE (liderado por Felipe González) para impedir que Podemos llegue al poder. En un ambiente político revolucionario en el que grupos izquierdistas buscan la instauración de la Tercera República, dos arqueólogos y una periodista investigan unos restos arqueológicos que se descubren en la Casa de Campo de Madrid. La segunda narra las aventuras de Tarconte, un personaje mitológico etrusco que, tras viajar por Egipto y participar en la guerra de Troya, crea un reino en Italia y funda una ciudad en España: Mantua. Son los restos de esta ciudad los que aparecen en 2016, y en ellos encuentran los protagonistas de la primera historia la tumba de Tarconte.< Less
Caos del Triperuno Opere Italiane Vol. 1 [Italian] By Teofilo Folengo
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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: Teofilo Folengo (Italian... More > pronunciation: [teˌɔːfilo foˈleŋɡo] or [foˈlɛŋɡo]) (November 8, 1491 – December 9, 1544), who wrote under the pseudonym of Merlino Coccajo or Merlinus Coccaius, was one of the principal Italian macaronic poets.Folengo was born of noble parentage at Cipada near Mantua, Italy.From his infancy he showed great vivacity of mind, and a remarkable cleverness in making verses. At the age of sixteen he entered the monastery of Sant'Eufemia near Brescia, and eighteen months afterwards he became a professed member of the Benedictine order. For a few years his life as a monk seems to have been tolerably regular, and he is said to have produced a considerable quantity of Latin verse, written, not unsuccessfully, in the Virgilian style. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teofilo_Folengo< Less

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