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Legends of the Knights Templar By A. A. Grishin
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The Order of the Knights Templar, founded in the aftermath of the First Crusade, was one of the most powerful organizations in history. Only after European rulers lost much of their resolve to keep... More > Palestine under Christian control the Order suffered a dramatic downfall initiated by King Philip IV of France. In every region of the world where the piebald flag of the Knights Templar once flew above castles and houses there are myths and curious accounts of those ancient times. England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Spain, Portugal, Israel, Egypt, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic—all these lands have their own stories to tell. The new book by A. A. Grishin combines the most fascinating stories ranging from mainstream historic narratives to local folklore, highlighting the Templars’ valor and influence, as well as popular beliefs in their mystic knowledge, cruelty and macabre transgressions. Many of these legends have never been published in English.< Less
I33 Fencing in the Style of the Walpurgis Manuscript 2nd edition By Andrew Kenner
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The Walpurgis Manuscript (Royal Armouries I.33) is the world's oldest known personal fencing manual, having been written in early 14th century Germany. This fascinating document offers a unique... More > window into a style of sword and buckler fencing that appears to have been both a popular sport and a means of waging war in Western Europe for more than a century. This extensively revised and extended Second Edition will take you through a series of instructions and exercises designed to have you fencing in a way which the authors of the I.33 Manuscript would have immediately recognized. Along with several important interpretation updates, the Second Edition features over 100 illustrative photographs and more than 90 exercises. Rediscover this ancient and effective medieval combat style for yourself, a style which fascinated our ancestors and is still intriguing fencers today.< Less
I33 Fencing in the Style of the Walpurgis Manuscript 2nd edition By Andrew Kenner
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The Walpurgis Manuscript (Royal Armouries I.33) is the world's oldest known personal fencing manual, having been written in early 14th century Germany. This fascinating document offers a unique... More > window into a style of sword and buckler fencing that appears to have been both a popular sport and a means of waging war in Western Europe for more than a century. This extensively revised and extended Second Edition will take you through a series of instructions and more than 90 exercises designed to have you fencing in a way which the authors of the I.33 Manuscript would have immediately recognized. Along with several important interpretation updates, the colour Second Edition features over 100 color photographs. Rediscover this ancient and effective medieval combat style for yourself, a style which fascinated our ancestors and is still intriguing fencers today.< Less
The Hyacinth Girl By Wot Blowers
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Eliot’s The Waste Land was the inspiration for this modern Quest for the Grail. While the land might not be laid waste, the lives of so many people patently are. We fall in love with the wrong... More > people, we treat the right people badly, we lose sight of a world we once thought might hold hope. This story tells of the lives and loves of Reinhold Walter and Lena Robson. From the hope and optimism of youth to the realization as the years pass that they are in danger of becoming trapped in the Waste Land, their lives run in parallel. Yet neither quite lose sight of what they both, independently, regard as their Quest, despite Reinhold’s disastrous marriage and Lena’s betrayal by the men she has loved. The story strides from wartime Germany to present day England, from London to the Lake District and Eastern Europe to California, poverty lies with plenty, kindness with monstrous ingratitude; and like the medieval questors, each must ultimately ask the Question that will lead to resolution and healing.< Less
All in a Garden Green—52 Pieces of Early Music, Pt. I 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 I contains 23 pieces from France and the Provence, Poland, Germany, Italy, Spain and England from... More > Medieval and Renaissance times. Though 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
Ringen By Fritz Maes
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RINGEN Medieval German Martial Art of Wrestling Chivalric Combatives War & Duel & Sport Wrestling of Early Germany Liechtenauer Wrestling Ott Wrestling Gladiatoria-Wien Combat Wrestling Von... More > Danzig Combat Wrestling Ringeck & Hundtfeltz Pinning & Escaping Lignitzer Wrestling Talhoffer Wrestling & Dagger-Fighting Falkner Dagger-Fighting & Wrestling Wurm & Goliath Foot-Wrestling & Crater Goliath Wrestling at the Sword Dürer Wrestling & Fencing Wilhalm Wrestling for Duel & Horse Nameless via Egenolph Wrestling Von Auerswald Sport-Wrestling Foundationality of Wrestling to Fencing Advice for Modern Martial Artists Bibliography & Acknowledgements About the Author< Less
PHILOLOGY, CONCEPTS OF EUROPEAN LITERATURE By Andreas Sofroniou
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This book describes Philology and its associated subjects of literature, linguistic and other arts. It explains Philology as part of human activities; reflecting the ancient, classical,... More > ecclesiastical, medieval and modern concepts, including the current social and economic conditions. Also, the philological class stratification as it appears in life; among the primitive civilisations and modern European literature. It includes the literary contributions of the main European countries from the ancient times through to the current geographical and political divisions. The countries included are: Portugal, Spain, France, Britain, Germany, Italy and Greece. Further elaborations include the class distinctions in philology, literature, linguistics, comedies, opera, ballads and dramas of modern times. Further on, it explains the historical and comparative philological term as used in linguistics studies; the ways in which specific languages have developed and the ways in which languages in general can change.< Less
PHILOLOGY, CONCEPTS OF EUROPEAN LITERATURE By Andreas Sofroniou
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This book describes Philology and its associated subjects of literature, linguistic and other arts. It explains Philology as part of all other human activities; reflecting the ancient, classical,... More > ecclesiastical, medieval and modern concepts, including the current social and economic conditions. Also, the philological class stratification as it appears in life; among the primitive civilisations and modern European literature. It includes the literary contributions of the main European countries from the ancient times through to the current geographical and political divisions. The countries included are: Portugal, Spain, France, Britain, Germany, Italy and Greece. Further elaborations include the class distinctions in philology, literature, linguistics, comedies, opera, ballads and dramas of modern times. It explains the historical and comparative philological term as used in linguistics studies; the ways in which specific languages have developed and the ways in which languages in general can change.< Less
THREE MILLENNIA OF HELLENIC PHILOLOGY By Andreas Sofroniou
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This book describes the Greek Philology and its associated subjects of literature, linguistic and other arts. It explains the Hellenic era of three millennia of Philology as part of all other human... More > activities; reflecting the ancient, classical, ecclesiastical, medieval and modern concepts, including the current social and economic conditions. Furthermore, it elaborates on the philological class stratification as it appears in life; among the primitive civilisations and modern European literature. Additionally, the book explains the class distinction in philology, literature, linguistics, comedies, opera, ballads and dramas of ancient and modern times. It gives details of the historical and comparative philological terms as used in linguistics studies; the ways in which specific languages have developed and the ways in which languages in general can change.< Less
THREE MILLENNIA OF HELLENIC PHILOLOGY By Andreas Sofroniou
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THREE MILLENNIA OF HELLENIC PHILOLOGY This book describes the Greek Philology and its associated subjects of literature, linguistic and other arts. It explains the Hellenic era of three millennia of... More > Philology as part of all other human activities; reflecting the ancient, classical, ecclesiastical, medieval and modern concepts, including the current social and economic conditions. Furthermore, it elaborates on the philological class stratification as it appears in life; among the primitive civilisations and modern European literature. Additionally, the book explains the class distinction in philology, literature, linguistics, comedies, opera, ballads and dramas of ancient and modern times. It gives details of the historical and comparative philological terms as used in linguistics studies; the ways in which specific languages have developed and the ways in which languages in general can change.< Less

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