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Semiramis – The amazon queen of Babylon By Thanos Papathanassiou
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In this novella, the author clothes the legend of Semiramis with own romanesque garnitures, offering in this way the reader a sympathetical, friendly story. The work is practically articulated in two... More > settings: In the first one has essentially the youthful episodical life of our protagonist the leading role, and in terms of place the towns Ashqaluna, Dimashqa and Ninua of the then Assyrian Empire. In the second one, on a conquestative martial backdrop, and at the same time erotical one, the later episodical one of our narrative's main character, of that beautiful and epical heroine-image, Semiramis, as well as to some extent of her three sons; and in terms of place mainly Babylon. In brief, a scenario of literary scenes, a constellation of dramatical developments, which certainly do not leave untouched, uncarried away and unimpressed the reader.< Less
Semiramis – The amazon queen of Babylon By Thanos Papathanassiou
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In this novella, the author clothes the legend of Semiramis with own romanesque garnitures, offering in this way the reader a sympathetical, friendly story. The work is practically articulated in two... More > settings: In the first one has essentially the youthful episodical life of our protagonist the leading role, and in terms of place the towns Ashqaluna, Dimashqa and Ninua of the then Assyrian Empire. In the second one, on a conquestative martial backdrop, and at the same time erotical one, the later episodical one of our narrative's main character, of that beautiful and epical heroine-image, Semiramis, as well as to some extent of her three sons; and in terms of place mainly Babylon. In brief, a scenario of literary scenes, a constellation of dramatical developments, which certainly do not leave untouched, uncarried away and unimpressed the reader.< Less
Horrorville By Frank Babylon, Ken Kamikaze, Jack Mambo
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The town of Horrorville has long been plagued by a terrifying host of nightmarish creatures that forever lurk in the shadows to prey on its doomed inhabitants. Only the ageing witch hunter knows of... More > its terrible secrets and only he stands between the living and the damned...< Less
Intimate Portraits of Old Copiague By Angelo Vacca, Jr.
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As a life-long resident of Copiague, NY (Long Island), Angelo Vacca, Jr. presents a heartfelt profile of the community in which he grew-up. The author’s recollections of Copiague during the... More > mid-20th Century provide a fascinating prospective on the community’s development, including the years of World War II. “Intimate Portraits of Old Copiague” is over 200 pages of memories and local history with more than 150 photographs of Copiague landmarks, residents and artifacts.< Less
The Original Aramaic New Testament in Plain English in Calligraphy font (7th ed. with embedded notes) By Rev. Glenn David Bauscher
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This is the 7th edition of The Original Aramaic Peshitta New Testament in Plain English. Aramaic was the language of the Jewish people in Israel and throughout the Middle East and in Europe from the... More > time of their captivity in Babylon in the 6th century BC and afterward until the Muslim conquests of the 7th century AD. The Peshitta is the original Aramaic New Testament, as the author demonstrates in the hundreds of notes throughout this edition, from Matthew to Revelation, showing how the Greek NT is a translation of the Peshitta's Aramaic readings, and sometimes a mistranslation, or several Greek translations resulted from one Aramaic reading. The original NT was written by Jewish men, for the most part, to Jewish converts of Yeshua The Messiah who were the first and founding members of the churches Paul The Apostle evangelized throughout the Roman world of the 1st century. Paul always went to the synagogues in any city or town and preached Yeshua The Messiah as The Son of God and THE LORD. 8x11 paperback< Less