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Roman Provence & Rhone Alpes Queue Sheets: Route Directions and Maps By Walter Judson Moore
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Geographically, this guidebook focuses on the Roman Provence Region of France of the northern Gard and western Vaucluse Departments, the Drôme Department north and east into the Rhône... More > Alpes, and the southern Ardèche Department. The routes start from three locations: Crest in the Drôme, Vallon-Pont-d’Arc in the Ardèche and Pont du Gard west of Avignon. The Gorges de la Baume & Cirque de Combe Laval route is the outlier due to the staggering beauty of the area. Why this area of France? Not for the industrial Rhône Valley. But, if you wander 20 to 30 kilometers east or west of the Rhône Valley you will find the medieval hilltop villages, deep gorges with rushing rivers, Roman structures and very hospitable people that want to help. 15 routes are mapped in detailed color with elevation profiles and exacting, step-by-step directions (data gathered to the nearest 0.2 km). All circuits are on paved roads, except for 3 kilometers on a partly gravel, partly potholed stretch used to avoid some traffic.< Less
Romans: The Spirit Filled Life By Lloyd Schroder
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Romans: The Spirit Filled Life is more than a study of the book of Romans. It is more than a series of doctrinal studies. It is a road map to investing your life in the task of mentoring others as... More > they grow in Christ and become multiplying disciples. Nothing you do will cost you more, but nothing you do will bless you more. "Lift up your eyes and look on the fields."< Less
Mapping and Navigation: Explore the History and Science of Finding Your Way By Cynthia Light Brown
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Illustrated by Beth Hetland. Guided Reading Level: V How did we get from 20-foot-long maps to GPS devices small enough to fit in the palm of our hands? How does GPS work and what can it tell us? How... More > do ancient mapmaking techniques used by the Romans and Greeks influence the satellite technologies we use today? The history of mapmaking is full of remarkable characters who charted the unknown with an ever-changing set of tools. In Mapping and Navigation: The History and Science of Finding Your Way, kids ages 9–12 will learn the history and science behind the evolution of mapmaking, and how much is still out there for discovery. Readers will explore ideas through hands-on experiments while learning new terminology and interesting facts. Projects include using triangulation to measure distances, creating contour lines on a mini-mountain to understand elevation changes on a map, and inventing a sundial and compass to understand the basics of navigation.< Less
Roman Provence & Rhone Alpes: A Bicycle Your France E-Guide By Walter Judson Moore
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Geographically, this guidebook focuses on the Roman Provence Region of France of the northern Gard and western Vaucluse Departments, the Drôme Department north and east into the Rhône... More > Alpes, and the southern Ardèche Department. The routes start from three locations: Crest in the Drôme, Vallon-Pont-d’Arc in the Ardèche and Pont du Gard west of Avignon. The Gorges de la Baume & Cirque de Combe Laval route is the outlier due to the staggering beauty of the area. Why this area of France? Not for the industrial Rhône Valley. But, if you wander 20 to 30 kilometers east or west of the Rhône Valley you will find the medieval hilltop villages, deep gorges with rushing rivers, Roman structures and very hospitable people that want to help. Fifteen routes are mapped in detailed color with elevation profiles and exacting, step-by-step directions (data gathered to the nearest 0.2 kilometer). There are 149 color photographs for these surroundings.< Less
Our Place By Jos Westerbeke
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The Song of Moses given to the people of Israel on the day of Moses’ dead is an important song. Both glory and punishment which would fall on the Jewish people are mentioned. On these prophetic... More > words Paul based his teaching about the Jews which he wrote in Romans 9-11. The relationship of Gentiles and Jews which is mentioned here, is of great importance in our days since the Jewish people is back on the map and the church is reflecting its place on that plain. This booklet aims to provide another step in the Jewish/Christian relationship. The thoughts in it are served for those who would work it out further. We all are heading to new times. May this benefit our journey.< Less
The Story of Europe By HE Marshall
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A wonderfully-written masterpiece of storytelling, originally designed for younger readers but which became popular with all ages because of its easy-to-read narrative, this book tells the story of... More > the development of all the European nations from the time of the fall of the Roman Empire until just after the Reformation. Acknowledged as an ideal introduction to the history of the European Middle Ages, this book is written in a rollicking early twentieth century style which pulls no punches in describing the racial issues which confronted Europe, as this quote from the section on the Ottoman invasion of Europe illustrates: “The Ottoman Turks were the last barbarian tribe to settle upon European soil. They did not disappear like the Huns, they were not driven forth like the Saracens, they have in no way become Europeanized like the Hungarians or Magyars, they have remained Asiatic and alien, a blot upon the map of Europe to this day.” Contains the full text and all the original charts, maps and tables.< Less
Our Place: Our Place as Gentiles in the Community of Israel By Jos Westerbeke
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The Song of Moses given to the people of Israel on the day of Moses’ dead is an important song. Both glory and punishment which would fall on the Jewish people are mentioned. On these... More > prophetic words Paul based his teaching about the Jews which he wrote in Romans 9-11. The relationship of Gentiles and Jews which is mentioned here, is of great importance in our days since the Jewish people is back on the map and the church is reflecting its place on that plain. This booklet aims to provide another step in the Jewish/Christian relationship. The thoughts in it are served for those who would work it out further. We all are heading to new times. May this benefit our journey.< Less
American Discovery: World Heritage By Gunnar Thompson
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The True Story of America’s Multiethnic Heritage of Discovery is presented for general adult readers. Action-packed, detective-style narratives feature women in history, the First People... More > (Indians), Egyptians, Romans, Japanese, Chinese, Welsh, Irish, Norse, Greek, African, Jewish, Hindu, and Muslim seafarers. They all discovered America before Columbus. The latest research includes: Greek slaves worked Minoan Mines in Lake Superior; Nubian overlords brought Egyptian agriculture to Mexico; the early Mexican metropolis of Teotihuacan was a trading center serving Roman, Chinese, Hindu, and Persian merchants; Horse Tribes fleeing Genghis Khan brought Asian horses to the Great Plains. Marco Polo was a “witness to history.” He sailed with Chinese explorers who mapped the West Coast. He returned to Venice in 1295 with maps and the latest Chinese guns. The book is packed with authentic maps, artifacts, and ships.< Less
The Story of Europe By HE Marshall
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A wonderfully-written masterpiece of storytelling, originally designed for younger readers but which became popular with all ages because of its easy-to-read narrative, this book tells the story of... More > the development of all the European nations from the time of the fall of the Roman Empire until just after the Reformation. Acknowledged as an ideal introduction to the history of the European Middle Ages, this book is written in a rollicking early twentieth century style which pulls no punches in describing the racial issues which confronted Europe, as this quote from the section on the Ottoman invasion of Europe illustrates: “The Ottoman Turks were the last barbarian tribe to settle upon European soil. They did not disappear like the Huns, they were not driven forth like the Saracens, they have in no way become Europeanized like the Hungarians or Magyars, they have remained Asiatic and alien, a blot upon the map of Europe to this day.” Contains the full text and all the original charts, maps and tables.< Less
The Story of Europe By HE Marshall
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A wonderfully-written masterpiece of storytelling, originally designed for younger readers but which became popular with all ages because of its easy-to-read narrative, this book tells the story of... More > the development of all the European nations from the time of the fall of the Roman Empire until just after the Reformation. Acknowledged as an ideal introduction to the history of the European Middle Ages, this book is written in a rollicking early twentieth century style which pulls no punches in describing the racial issues which confronted Europe, as this quote from the section on the Ottoman invasion of Europe illustrates: “The Ottoman Turks were the last barbarian tribe to settle upon European soil. They did not disappear like the Huns, they were not driven forth like the Saracens, they have in no way become Europeanized like the Hungarians or Magyars, they have remained Asiatic and alien, a blot upon the map of Europe to this day.” Contains the full text and all the original charts, maps and tables.< Less