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The Mesopotamia By Ronnie Shantz/Robinson
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The Mesopotamia. A nostalgic throwback to the old White Star Line's Olympic styled ocean liners like none ever seen before even Titanic would take envy in. The year, 1975. Labeled the Little City On... More > Water, the furor over the world's largest vessel twice the size of Titanic where booking a nostalgic voyage plush with all the turn of the century amenities and then some was the fascination, including a year long waiting line. There seemed no end to the fantasy where only the rich and well-to-do seemed to have access. Until Latimer and his middle class wife Susie happened to luck out for their ten year anniversary. And, as luck would also have it, beautiful billionaire Celestine D'Augustine, the ship's investor group coordinator. Luck is a peculiar animal, especially on the deep blue ocean under the eye of Captain Molst and the Lady Of The Ocean where tragedy may only be a heartbeat away...< Less
Mesopotamia By Mike Marty
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A DWELLER IN MESOPOTAMIA By DONALD MAXWELL
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Few adventurous incidents in our lives seem romantic at the time of their happening, and few places we visit are invested with that glamour that haunt them in recollection or anticipation. I remember... More > comparing the colour scheme of a barge in Baghdad with that of one in Rochester. It was a comparison most unfavourable to Baghdad—a thing the colour of ashes with a thing of red and green and gold. Yet now that I am back in Rochester, the romance lingers around memories of dusty mahailas. It is easy to forget discomfort and insects and feel a certain glamour coming back to things which, at the time, represented the commonplaces of life. There certainly is a glamour about Mesopotamia. It is not so much the glamour of the present as of the past.< Less
A DWELLER IN MESOPOTAMIA By DONALD MAXWELL
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Few adventurous incidents in our lives seem romantic at the time of their happening, and few places we visit are invested with that glamour that haunt them in recollection or anticipation. I remember... More > comparing the colour scheme of a barge in Baghdad with that of one in Rochester. It was a comparison most unfavourable to Baghdad—a thing the colour of ashes with a thing of red and green and gold. Yet now that I am back in Rochester, the romance lingers around memories of dusty mahailas. It is easy to forget discomfort and insects and feel a certain glamour coming back to things which, at the time, represented the commonplaces of life. There certainly is a glamour about Mesopotamia. It is not so much the glamour of the present as of the past.< Less
A Dweller in Mesopotamia By Donald Maxwell
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A Dweller in Mesopotamia by Donald Maxwell
Above Mesopotamia By Inessa Kraft
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* Mesopotamia is not described here as a region, not as a geographical location, but as the first chapter in history textbooks, the cradle of modern civilization, the beginning of all of us: wherever... More > we live now, wherever we were born. * first edition, shared with like-minded people, and people whose minds I like.< Less
Musical Instruments of Ancient Mesopotamia By Samir Johna
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This book is a short journey into the history of the musical instruments where they were first born in Mesopotamia, the cradle of civilization. It is written in a simple language to make it an easy... More > and enjoyable read.< Less
Letters from Mesopotamia 1915 By Robert Palmer
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Robert Palmer was a young man from a rather privileged background thrown into the First World War. His letters provides tremendous insight into the mind of a young man not realising he only had days... More > and weeks to live. It is nearing the centenary of the beginning of what was known as the Great War. For many people it represents a long forgotten conflict with no relevance to the 21st Century, however the modern world was made on the fields of Flanders and beyond between 1914 - 1918. Most families have a family ancestor who were injured or died in the conflict, this brings the confict closer to home and exposes a personal connection. The Kean Guides World War 1 series tells of the personal cost of this conflict , by republishing dairies, recollections and observations our aim is to educate and encourage study of this War to keep alive the memories of those who went through the hell and survived ,and for the many who sacrificed their lives.< Less
The Lost Cities of Mesopotamia By David K. Campbell
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I journey to hell to reclaim art, but unlike Dante I had no guide. That art is everything. And that narrative poetry is my art. That I also went about reinventing myself back into the person I was... More > really meant to be. That being the narrative poet I had originally started out to be. A choice based purely on a short attention span and not a morbid desire to live a life of abject poverty. (One never chooses what one writes) ‘The Lost Cities of Mesopotamia’ is the journey.< Less
Origins of Monasticism in Mesopotamia By Dale A. Johnson
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This book is an analysis and translation into English of rare manuscripts written in the language of Jesus, Aramaic/Syriac. These are stories of the lives of monks who left Egypt and went to the... More > region of the upper Tigris River and established institutions that remain unto this day. The author lived at Mor Gabriel Monastery while working on this text.< Less

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114 Treasures 114 Treasures By Jewel of Faith
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