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What Happens On The Road... By William Morse
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Life is a rhapsody – it is irregular in form, and you always have to improvise. You might think this is a depressing analogy, but hey... anything you can jam to can’t be all bad. Kate... More > arrives home from her signing tour, wanting for life to get back to normal. Nancy and Paul discover a mutual love of baseball, and the Circle Band gets a last-minute job as the emergency backup band for an obnoxious pop star’s tour of east Asia. All goes well until the band is separated from Michelle on the way home and the Department of Minor Nuisances attempts the difficult task of bringing their accounts current. Now it is up to the band to make their own travel arrangements, any way they can, hoping that the musician’s credo – What happens on the road STAYS on the road! – will be the only thing that does not make it home.....< Less
What Happens On The Road... By William Morse
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Life is a rhapsody – it is irregular in form, and you always have to improvise. You might think this is a depressing analogy, but hey... anything you can jam to can’t be all bad. Kate... More > arrives home from her signing tour, wanting for life to get back to normal. Nancy and Paul discover a mutual love of baseball, and the Circle Band gets a last-minute job as the emergency backup band for an obnoxious pop star’s tour of east Asia. All goes well until the band is separated from Michelle on the way home and the Department of Minor Nuisances attempts the difficult task of bringing their accounts current. Now it is up to the band to make their own travel arrangements, any way they can, hoping that the musician’s credo – What happens on the road STAYS on the road! – will be the only thing that does not make it home.....< Less
Discourses and Encheiridion [Christmas Summary Classics] By Stoic philosopher Epictetus
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Christmas Summary Classics This series contains summary of Classic books such as Emma, Arne, Arabian Nights, Pride and prejudice, Tower of London, Wealth of Nations etc. Each book is specially... More > crafted after reading complete book in less than 30 pages. One who wants to get joy of book reading especially in very less time can go for it. About the Book The Stoic philosopher Epictetus was born about 50 A.D., at Hierapolis, in Phrygia, at that time a Roman province of Asia Minor, and was at first a slave in Rome. On being freed he devoted himself to philosophy, and thereafter lived and taught at Nicopolis, in Epirus (then a portion of Macedonia, corresponding to Albania to-day), from about 90 A.D. to 138 A.D. For more eBooks visit www.kartindo.com< Less
SUMERIAN ENGLISH DICTIONARY. Vol. 2: Vocabulary and conversation. By Maximillien De Lafayette
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Volume 2. from a set of 3 volumes. SUMERIAN-ENGLISH DICTIONARY: VOCABULARY, AND HISTORY. Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite,... More > Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic. A most unique dictionary of the Sumerian language on many levels; mainly because of its comparison and analogy between Sumerian and 12 languages of the ancient world, such as, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic. Written by a scholar who has to his credits 600 published books, and 9 dictionaries on the languages of the Near East, Middle East, Asia Minor and Europe. The dictionary is in Latin script. Thousands of entries, definitions and epistemological explanation of the origin of the word, its derivation and variants in other languages. Abundance of photos, maps, illustrations and sketches.< Less
Sumerian-English Dictionary: Vocabulary And History. Vol. 4 (Letters S-Z) By Maximillien De Lafayette
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Sumerian-English Dictionary: Vocabulary, And History. Vol. 4 (Letters S-Z) Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac,... More > Hebrew, Arabic. COMPARE WORDS AND DEFINITIONS IN 12 ANCIENT LANGUAGES A most unique dictionary of the Sumerian language on many levels; mainly because of its comparison and analogy between Sumerian and 12 languages of the ancient world, such as, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic. Written by a scholar who has to his credits 800 published books, and 9 dictionaries on the languages of the Near East, Middle East, Asia Minor and Europe. The dictionary is in Latin script. Thousands of entries, definitions and epistemological explanation of the origin of the word, its derivation and variants in other languages. Abundance of photos, maps, illustrations and sketches.< Less
Spartacus Imperator By Richard Hofing
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An alternate history of ancient Rome. What if certain events in ancient Rome had happened a little differently? A young Julius Caesar, desperate to avenge a personal tradegy for which he blames... More > Sulla, the dictator of Rome, amasses a small army while serving as a military tribune in Asia Minor. He knows his army is not large enough or powerful enough to defeat Rome but he knows where he can get more soldiers. Spartacus, seeking vengeance on Rome for years of slavery, degradation and humiliation as a slave gladiator escapes his enslavement and begins to build his own army. After defeating multiple Roman armies, Spartacus sets his sights on the city of Rome itself. And what if Spartacus and Caesar, perhaps two of the most brilliant military commanders of their time, joined forces and marched together on Rome? This is that story.< Less
Korinna By Kristina O'Donnelly
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"Korinna - Daughters of the Fire, I," is an intense tour-de-force into the history of Ancient Greece, Rome, Anatolia, and the plight of women in those times. Women who had no say in the... More > running of their own lives, and women who only lived for their men who were then slain in battle. Locale and Time: “Korinna – Daughters of the Fire, I,” begins during the first of the three Mithriadic Wars fought between the Kingdom of Pontus and the Republic of Rome for control of Anatolia/Asia Minor, from 89 B.C. onward. Ephesus, Sardis and Pergamum, three famous cities of Antiquity, provide the stage upon which the novel revolves. Korinna, an orphan novice of Artemis, and the “Holy Women” (priestess-prostitutes of Aphrodite) Melitta and Chrysanthé, born during a time of chaotic transition in Anatolian history that pitted not only nation against nation, but parent against child, were truly Daughters of the Fire that had swept this ancient land.< Less
Discourses and Encheiridion By EPICTETUS
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EPICTETUS Discourses and Encheiridion The Stoic philosopher Epictetus was born about 50 A.D., at Hierapolis, in Phrygia, at that time a Roman province of Asia Minor, and was at first a slave in Rome.... More > On being freed he devoted himself to philosophy, and thereafter lived and taught at Nicopolis, in Epirus (then a portion of Macedonia, corresponding to Albania to-day), from about 90 A.D. to 138 A.D. He left no works, but his utterances have been collected in four books of "Discourses" or "Dissertations" by his pupil and friend Arrian. In the "Encheiridion Epictete"--a "Handbook to Epictetus" compiled and condensed from the chaos of the almost verbatim "Discourses"--Arrian gives the most authentic account of the philosophy of the Greek and Roman Stoics, the sect founded by Zeno about 300 years before the Christian era, which flourished until the decline of Rome.< Less
Korinna By Kristina O'Donnelly
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"Korinna - Daughters of the Fire, I," is an intense tour-de-force into the history of Ancient Greece, Rome, Anatolia, and the plight of women in those times. Women who had no say in the... More > running of their own lives, and women who only lived for their men who were then slain in battle. Locale and Time: “Korinna – Daughters of the Fire, I,” begins during the first of the three Mithriadic Wars fought between the Kingdom of Pontus and the Republic of Rome for control of Anatolia/Asia Minor, from 89 B.C. onward. Ephesus, Sardis and Pergamum, three famous cities of Antiquity, provide the stage upon which the novel revolves. Korinna, an orphan novice of Artemis, and the “Holy Women” (priestess-prostitutes of Aphrodite) Melitta and Chrysanthé, born during a time of chaotic transition in Anatolian history that pitted not only nation against nation, but parent against child, were truly Daughters of the Fire that had swept this ancient land.< Less
Revelation of Saint John the Theologian By Sir James Donaldson et al.
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John the Theologian. was one of the original twelve Apostles, and wrote the Gospel bearing his name; three canonical letters: I John, II John, and III John; and the Book of Revelation. He became the... More > "beloved disciple" and the only one of the Twelve who did not forsake the Savior in the hour of His Passion. He stood faithfully at the cross when the Savior made him the guardian of His Mother. His later life was passed chiefly in Jerusalem and at Ephesus. He founded many churches in Asia Minor. The Revelation of Saint John, refers to the apocalyptic text that is traditionally canonized in the New Testament. St. John is called the Apostle of Charity, a virtue he had learned from his Divine Master, and which he constantly inculcated by word and example. The "beloved disciple" died at Ephesus, where a stately church was erected over his tomb.< Less

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