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All in a Garden Green: 52 Pieces of Early Music, from the 12th to 17th Century, Part I By Alice Steward
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"All in a Garden Green" is a collection of Early Music for the harp. Most arrangements are playable on a small harp without levers. It is suitable for beginners to advanced harp... More > players. This is Part I containing 23 pieces.< Less
All in a Garden Green: 52 Pieces of Early Music, From the 12th to 17th Century, Part II By Alice Steward
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This is Part II of "All in a Garden Green" containing 29 pieces of Early Music for the harp. Most arrangements are playable on a small harp without levers. It is suitable for beginners to... More > advanced harp players.< Less
Nothing Sacred: the murder of a village parson in 17th century England-a true story By Ian Abel
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Early in the 17th century an English village parson was murdered. This book is an investigation into the incident using evidence from contemporary documents and other sources. The result illuminates... More > crime and punishment in the 1600s and gives a glimpse at village life.< Less
Nothing Sacred: the murder of a village parson in 17th century England-a true story By Ian Abel
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Early in the 17th century an English village parson was murdered. This book is an investigation into the incident using evidence from contemporary documents and other sources. The result illuminates... More > crime and punishment in the 1600s and gives a glimpse at village life.< Less
Early History of Agriculture in Virginia By N. F. Cabell
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Scholarly, well researched monograph on the history of Agriculture of Virginia during the Colonial period. Helps to understand the agricultural focus and practice in the 17th and 18th centuries.
All in a Garden Green—52 Pieces of Early Music, Pt. II By Alice Steward
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"All in a Garden Green" is a collection of 52 pieces of Early Music for the harp. Part II contains 29 pieces from England, Italy, Germany and Scotland from the 16th and 17th Century. Though... More > some of the music is by nature chromatic, about two third is playable on a diatonic harp. The arrangements are suitable for beginners to advanced harp players.< Less
DEVIL INSIDE ~ Witchcraft, Maleficia & Culture in the Early Atlantic World, 1450-1820 By Layla Presant Rose Rudd
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The witch construct that was woven into the 17th century European cultural ideology afforded the public with a sacrificial lamb for common daily misfortune. The notion of an intricate conspiracy of... More > wicked women, luxuriating with the devil while rejecting Christianity, was as intoxicating to the “learned men” as the power of black magic itself. The self-imposed duty of such men; to protect the public from threat of virgin temptresses, controlled by an army of flying devil possessed crones, led to an outbreak of witch hysteria, which lasted for over 300 years. In Devil Inside: Witchcraft, Maleficia & Culture in the Early Atlantic World, 1450-1820, Layla Rudd explores the framework behind the witch hysteria and inquisitory practices through a collection of essays drawing on contemporary academic research and lectures.< Less
ARMENIA’S FRESCOES FROM URARTU AND CILICIA TO THE 21st CENTURY. 7000 Years of Art Treasures By Maximillien De Lafayette
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This is a fabulous book, elegantly printed, large format (Size: 8.50” x 11”) containing hundreds upon hundreds of photos in color, and rare/vintage illustrations, sketches, maps and... More > pictures. It includes: Armenia’s Early Frescoes. The Urartu era. Ancient Greco-Armenian frescoes and mosaic. Garni Temple. Armenia’s early Christian frescoes and figurative arts. Frescoes of medieval Armenia. Chronology and historical perspective of early Christian frescoes. 6th century and 7th century frescoes and murals. Between 921 and 930 A.D. Between 1,220 and 1,236 A.D. In the 14th century. Arrival of the Crusaders. In the 17th century and the 18th century. Frescoes from the Theodosia era to the 18th century. Armenia’s Modern and Contemporary Frescoes and Murals.< Less
Edward Fenner, Ancestor By Mary Bates Rhodes
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"Edward Fenner, Ancestor" depicts the life of a Puritan who settled in what is now Weymouth, MA. In this historical novel, Mary Bates Rhodes portrays one of her ancestors, a Townsman of... More > Weymouth and Elder of the Church for more than thirty years. The novel follows his decision to leave England and describes his experiences in the New World, incorporating historical figures, conflicts, ideas, and acts and decisions by both the British Crown and the Massachusetts Bay leadership. The author highlights love, joy, sorrow, tragedy, birth, and death and describes the lives and thoughts of early colonists. She displays a subtle understanding of human development and colonial history. Her descriptions of how opinions change over years and generations provide insight into the development of our nation. She does not excuse the Puritan treatment of others (Native Americans, Quakers, Baptists, and Roman Catholics), but portrays the early Puritan mindset and beliefs in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.< Less
Plymouth Colony's Private Libraries By Jeremy Dupertuis Bangs
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Plymouth Colony's Private Libraries presents the books owned and read by the Pilgrims and later Plymouth colonists, as recorded in their wills and inventories, 1633-1692. A literal transcription of... More > the manuscript references to books is clarified when possible with full title identifications, giving detailed insight into the contents of the material that helped define the world for these adventurous settlers. The records of people who owned no books are included among the 510 inventories, giving some idea of the extent of literacy and illiteracy on the 17th-century frontier. The book is an invaluable resource for understanding the culture of early New England.< Less