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The Golden Asse By Apuleius
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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: Apuleius (/ˌæpjᵿˈliːəs/; also... More > called Lucius Apuleius Madaurensis; c. 124 – c. 170 AD) was a Latin-language prose writer. He was a Numidian who lived under the Roman Empire and was from Madauros (now M'Daourouch, Algeria). He studied Platonism in Athens, travelled to Italy, Asia Minor, and Egypt and was an initiate in several cults or mysteries. The most famous incident in his life was when he was accused of using magic to gain the attentions (and fortune) of a wealthy widow. He declaimed and then distributed a witty tour de force in his own defense before the proconsul and a court of magistrates convened in Sabratha, near ancient Tripoli, Libya. This is known as the Apologia.His most famous work is his bawdy picaresque novel, the Metamorphoses, otherwise known as The Golden Ass. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apuleius< Less
The Complete Aramaic English Interlinear Peshitta Old Testament By Rev. David Bauscher
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This is a literal word for word interlinear translation of the 1900+ year old Aramaic Old Testament called the Peshitta. This volume contains the entire OT- the 39 books of the Hebrew Bible and the... More > Protestant Old Testament canon. Aramaic was the native language of Jesus, of Israel, of The Middle East and of Asia Minor in the 1st century AD and of most of the Jewish Diaspora throughout the world. The text translated is the 6th-7th century Codex Ambrosianus- the oldest complete Semitic Old Testament. The Peshitta Old Testament was very likely translated from the Hebrew Bible in the 1st century AD in Israel by Christian converts from Judaism, or possibly Syrian Christians from across Israel's border. Either way, the Peshitta Old and New Testaments together constitute the first Christian Bible. The author has translated and published an interlinear of the entire Aramaic Peshitta New Testament and plain English translations of the NT, the Torah, the Psalms & Proverbs. PDF EBook 8x11" 1962 pages in color.< Less
WILL YOU BE A HORSE FOR GOD! By Reverend Brian Richards.a.i.p.c.[M.A.C.A.]
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This book will give you a chance to belong to an elite "Christian Entrepreneurship Group" and comes with a double warning.(proverbs 21:31) a horse prepared for battle.This book will change... More > your life for ever you will start to think like Jesus,and feel like you will never be alone again. As the bible comes alive,with clearity of doctrines.You start to live a life of victory,in faithfulness,vision,and fruitfulness and hope of the soon coming of the Lord Jesus Christ appearing in the saints.Revbrian a former Pastor of Christian Outreach Center (Hobart) presently registered as "WORD OF FAITH MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL" (AUSTRALIA)has been used by God to pioneer over 100 churches throughout the whole of South East China sea & Asia Minor there also free follow videos available with every purchased book & follow up with "Christian Entreprenuership Group" http://www.divineconnexionsofchrist.com/wpx2< Less
A Calendar of Orthodox Saints & Feast Days: Orthodox Service Books - Number 9 By Fr. Joseph Irvin
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The feast days and celebrations honoring the saints had become a common practice by the 4th c. The 20th canon of the Council of Gangra in Asia Minor (between (325 and 381) anathematizes those who... More > reject the feast days of the saints. Throughout early Christianity, Christians customarily met in the places where the martyrs had died, to build churches in their honor, venerate their relics and memory, and present their example for imitation by others. They also met on the day of their death to commemorate "their new birthday, the day they entered into their new life, in Heaven." To this day the Orthodox have maintained the liturgical custom of meeting on the day of the saint's death, of building churches honoring their names, and of paying special respect to their relics and icons. The 7th Ecumenical Council declares that "we adore and respect God our Lord; and those who have been genuine servants of our common Lord we honor and venerate because they have the power to make us friends with God the King of all."< Less
A Calendar of Orthodox Saints & Feast Days: Orthodox Service Books - Number 9 By Fr. Joseph Irvin
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The feast days and celebrations honoring the saints had become a common practice by the 4th c. The 20th canon of the Council of Gangra in Asia Minor (between (325 and 381) anathematizes those who... More > reject the feast days of the saints. Throughout early Christianity, Christians customarily met in the places where the martyrs had died, to build churches in their honor, venerate their relics and memory, and present their example for imitation by others. They also met on the day of their death to commemorate "their new birthday, the day they entered into their new life, in Heaven." To this day the Orthodox have maintained the liturgical custom of meeting on the day of the saint's death, of building churches honoring their names, and of paying special respect to their relics and icons. The 7th Ecumenical Council declares that "we adore and respect God our Lord; and those who have been genuine servants of our common Lord we honor and venerate because they have the power to make us friends with God the King of all."< Less
Odes d'Anacreon Traduction litterale et rythmique [French] By Anacreon
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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: Anacreon (/əˈnækriən/; Greek:... More > Ἀνακρέων ὁ Τήϊος; c. 582 – c. 485 BC) was a Greek lyric poet, notable for his drinking songs and hymns. Later Greeks included him in the canonical list of nine lyric poets.Anacreon was born at Teos, an Ionian city on the coast of Asia Minor. The name and identity of his father is a matter of dispute, with different authorities naming four possibilities: Scythianus, Eumelus, Parthenius, or Aristocritus.It is likely that Anacreon fled into exile with most of his fellow-townsmen who sailed to Thrace when their homeland was attacked by the Persians. There they founded a colony at Abdera, rather than remaining behind to surrender their city to Harpagus, one of Cyrus the Great's generals. Cyrus was, at the time (545 BC), besieging the Greek cities of Asia Minor. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anacreon< Less
Het Boek der Makkabeeën By Apostel Arne Horn
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Na de terugkeer uit de Baylonische ballingschap braken een paar eeuwen van relatieve rust aan voor het joodse volk. De tempel kon worden herbouwd, en onder de monotheïstische Perzische... More > heerschappij kon men relatief vrij het eigen geloof uitoefenen. Dat veranderde toen de Perzen in 337 v.C. werden aangevallen door de Grieks-Macedonische koning Philippus. Zijn zoon Alexander de Grote maakte het karwei af, waardoor Palestina onderdeel werd van de hellenistische wereld. Na de dood van Alexander in 323 v.C. werd zijn omvangrijke rijk verdeeld onder zijn generaals. Mesopotamië, Perzië en Klein-Azië (Asia Minor) gingen naar Seleucus; Palestina en Egypte werden toegewezen aan Ptolemaeüs.< Less
Hadas degli Hyksos By Giuseppe Carlo Delli Santi
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Il romanzo è incentrato su un personaggio di fantasia, l’ebreo Hadas, in un contesto storico un po’ negletto. L’autore è stato attratto da un periodo storico poco... More > conosciuto, quello del Secondo Periodo Intermedio, in cui le due Dinastie Hyksos (XIV e XV) governarono il Basso Egitto, soprattutto il Delta del Nilo, a capo di popolazioni straniere provenienti dalla Siria, dall’Asia Minore e dalla Palestina pre - israelitica. E’ stata anche una sfida, certo, poiché è certamente più facile scrivere di Tutankhamon o di Rames che non di Salitis e di Amenemhat V, ma anche meno rischioso, nel senso che i personaggi pubblici citati sono conosciuti davvero da pochi ed eventuali errori possono risultare meno urticanti ai più.< Less

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