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The Book Of Esther: Right Place, Right Time By Rachael Drake & Liam O'Hanrahan
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The Book of Esther--Right Place, Right Time depicts a daring and dangerous time in the royal court of King Xerxes. Esther, his queen, has hidden her true identity. When her people face death and... More > destruction, Esther must find a way to reach the king and appeal for their lives. Witness virtues that are needed in today's world as you read about this brave queen.< Less
Why the Bible Is Historically Accurate: 2nd Edition By Darren Thompson
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Did the Persian Empire last over 200 years or only 21 years Was there a period of over 300 years when ancient Egypt did not have a Pharaoh Was the Persian king Ahasuerus mentioned in the Old... More > Testament, claimed to be Xerxes by many experts, in actuality Cyrus This book raises these questions by challenging conventional biblical chronology,which relies chiefly on historical information, with an alternative model of the biblical timeline that is based solely on events as described in the Bible. Archaeological information is also presented which substantiates this novel approach to biblical history.< Less
Why the Bible is Historically Accurate (2nd Ed.) By Darren Thompson
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Did the Persian Empire last over 200 years or only 21 years? Was there a period of over 300 years when ancient Egypt did not have a Pharaoh? Was the Persian king Ahasuerus mentioned in the Old... More > Testament, claimed to be Xerxes by many experts, in actuality Cyrus? This book raises these questions by challenging conventional biblical chronology,which relies chiefly on historical information, with an alternative model of the biblical timeline that is based solely on events as described in the Bible. Archaeological information is also presented which substantiates this novel approach to biblical history.< Less
Honor Above All Else By Josh Carpenter
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In the year 480 B.C. the greatest army and navy the world had ever seen was unleashed. The Great King Xerxes of Persia led an army of 250,000 warriors to invade the free cities of Greece. In... More > desperation, three hundred of Sparta’s finest, bravest soldiers were sent to the narrow mountain pass of Thermopylae to delay the massive Persian incursion while the Greeks rallied their forces. The epic battle of the Three Hundred is told through Chalcon, a young Spartan soldier...this is his story.< Less
Honor Above All Else By Josh Carpenter
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In the year 480 B.C. the greatest army and navy the world had ever seen was unleashed. The Great King Xerxes of Persia led an army of 250,000 warriors to invade the free cities of Greece. In... More > desperation, three hundred of Sparta’s finest, bravest soldiers were sent to the narrow mountain pass of Thermopylae to delay the massive Persian incursion while the Greeks rallied their forces. The epic battle of the Three Hundred is told through Chalcon, a young Spartan soldier...this is his story.< Less
The Fourth Day: Why the Bible is Historically Accurate By Darren Thompson
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Did the Persian Empire last over 200 years or only 21 years? Was there a period of over 300 years when ancient Egypt did not have a Pharaoh? Was the Persian king Ahasuerus mentioned in the Old... More > Testament, claimed to be Xerxes by many experts, in actuality Cyrus? This book raises these questions by challenging conventional biblical chronology,which relies chiefly on historical information, with an alternative model of the biblical timeline that is based solely on events as described in the Bible. Archaeological and astronomical data are also presented which substantiate this novel approach to biblical history. Astronomical charts and biblical history timelines are in full color to help the serious student of the scriptures.< Less
The Fourth Day: Why the Bible Is Historically Accurate By Darren Thompson
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Did the Persian Empire last over 200 years or only 21 years Was there a period of over 300 years when ancient Egypt did not have a Pharaoh Was the Persian king Ahasuerus mentioned in the Old... More > Testament, claimed to be Xerxes by many experts, in actuality Cyrus This book raises these questions by challenging conventional biblical chronology,which relies chiefly on historical information, with an alternative model of the biblical timeline that is based solely on events as described in the Bible. Archaeological and astronomical data are also presented which substantiate this novel approach to biblical history. Astronomical charts and biblical history timelines are in full color to help the serious student of the scriptures.< Less
The Fourth Day: Why the Bible is Historically Accurate By Darren Thompson
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Many historians have an "anti-biblical" bias when reckoning the events of the Old Testament. Christian theologians have relied heavily on the opinions of these secular historians to... More > develop a biblical timeline. What if the Bible has enough information in its pages so that a historical timeline could be developed that is independent of the secular historians? Using this approach I have uncovered several interesting historical possiblities: 1.) Instead of the 200 years claimed by historians the Persian Empire only lasted 21 years, 2.) There was no Pharaoh for a period of 300 years in Ancient Egypt, 3.) The Persian king Ahasuerus, claimed to be Xerxes by many historians, may in actuality be Cyrus the Great.< Less
Makers of History Collection, Jacob Abbott By Jacob Abbott
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Jacob Abbott (November 14, 1803 – October 31, 1879) was an American writer. He was a prolific author, writing biographies. He wrote 180 books and was a coauthor or editor of 31 more. In this... More > ebook: History of Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt Cyrus the Great Alexander the Great Xerxes Pyrrhus Romulus Nero Genghis Khan Peter the Great Julius Caesar Queen Elizabeth Hannibal William the Conqueror Darius the Great Richard I Richard II Richard III Mary Queen of Scots Charles I Charles II King Alfred Margaret of Anjou< Less
Aeschylus' Prometheus Bound and the Seven Against Thebes (Illustrated) By Aeschylus
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Aeschylus was the author of the first tragedies existing in European literature. Of his total of 80–90 plays seven survive complete. The Persians (472), the only surviving Greek historical... More > drama, presents the failure of Xerxes to conquer Greece. Seven against Thebes (467) was the second play of its trilogy of related plays on the evil fate of the Theban House. Polyneices tries to regain Thebes from his brother Eteocles; both are killed. In Suppliant Maidens, the first in a trilogy, the daughters of Danaus arrive with him at Argos, whose King and people save them from the wooing of the sons of their uncle Aegyptus. In Prometheus Bound, first or second play of its trilogy about Prometheus, he is nailed to a crag, by order of Zeus, for stealing fire from heaven for men. Defiant after visitors' sympathy and despite advice, he descends in lightning and thunder to Hell.< Less