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Bergbuchlein, The Little Book on Ores: The First Mining Book Ever Printed By Mary Ross et al.
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"BERGBUCHLEIN, The Little Book On Ores" is an English translation of the first mining text printed, published between 1505 and 1518 in Germany. This historic text with its original woodcut... More > illustrations and references to alchemy and astrology is a charming account of the early views on mining, metallurgy, and ore origination.< Less
The Rosicrucian Mysteries (Illustrated) By Max Heindel
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The author explains some Rosicrucian secrets and mysteries which have been shrouded in clouds for several centuries. Rosicrucianism is a secret society which was founded in Germany during the late... More > medieval period with its doctrine built on the ancient past.< Less
German Chivalry By Fritz Maes
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GERMAN CHIVALRY is a book of four exciting essays: Chivalric Arts and Fight-Books tells you what Teutonic masters of Medieval European martial arts said and taught about their noble warrior culture... More > via their training manuals. Foundationality of Wrestling to Fencing tells you the significance of unarmed grappling combatives to swordfighting. Medieval Martial Meditation tells you about the most forsworn and forgotten aspects of knighthood, both esoteric and practical. Jörg versus Saracen at Ceuta circa 1457 tells you the climactic true story of real knightly dueling to the death during warfare. German Chivalry by Fritz Maes shall surely shock and awe even the most apathetic of academia, anachronistia, and athletica alike. It reveals a dynamic world of great deeds and high adventure. It is a daring book of scholarly vigor and manly prowess. Now you too may read it for yourself…< Less
The Dreifuses and the Kaines (and the Renbergs, and the Ackermans, and the Strauses . . . ) By Jesse Ishikawa
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In The Dreifuses and the Kaines (and the Renbergs, and the Ackermans, and the Strauses. . . ), the author traces the history of the Dreifus and Kaine families of Detroit, Michigan and their various... More > branches from their roots in medieval Europe and Russia to the present day. Members of these families played a part in a number of significant historical developments of the last two centuries, among them the settlement of Oklahoma, the rise of the Pittsburgh steel industry, the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921, the rearmament of Germany after World War I, the creation of the American secondary mortgage market, Kristallnacht, the development of the atom bomb, and the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa. Included are family trees of the Dreifus, Kaine, Schlafer, and Renberg families.< Less
Christmas Cookies: 60 Delicious Christmas Cookies Recipes That My Mom Taught Me By Kristi Cooper
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Christmas Cookies: 60 Delicious Christmas Cookies Recipes that My Mom Taught Me Christmas cookies are usually sugar cookies and biscuits (other flavours may also be used based on individual... More > preferences and family traditions) cut into a variety of shapes that are related to Christmas. Present day Christmas cookies trace their history to the recipes from biscuits of Medieval Europe, when various modern ingredients like cinnamon, black pepper, almonds, ginger, and dry fruits were introduced into west. By 16th century, Christmas cookies had become famous across Europe, with Pepparkakor being favoured in Sweden and lebkuchen in Germany, while krumkake were popular in Norway.< Less
Idunna #90 By The Troth
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dunna #90 (Winter 2011) focused on the theme of "The Wild Hunt", the wild ride of the dead through the skies, famous in Germanic folklore. Fjolnirsvin writes about the Wild Hunt in medieval... More > Latin sources, and Ben Waggoner discusses and translates Icelandic legends of the Yuletide troll Gryla and her children the Yule-Swains or Jólesveinar. John T. Mainer writes on the Germanic warrior tradition, and Leticia Andreas tells about her trip to the Frau Holle statue and pond in the Hohe Meissner, Germany. And we also have reviews of books and music, poetry, herb lore, the usual columns, news and views from all over the Heathen world, and more!< Less
Idunna #90 By The Troth
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Idunna #90 (Winter 2011) focused on the theme of "The Wild Hunt", the wild ride of the dead through the skies, famous in Germanic folklore. Fjolnirsvin writes about the Wild Hunt in... More > medieval Latin sources, and Ben Waggoner discusses and translates Icelandic legends of the Yuletide troll Gryla and her children the Yule-Swains or Jólesveinar. John T. Mainer writes on the Germanic warrior tradition, and Leticia Andreas tells about her trip to the Frau Holle statue and pond in the Hohe Meissner, Germany. And we also have reviews of books and music, poetry, herb lore, the usual columns, news and views from all over the Heathen world, and more!< Less
Sheathenry, Volume I: Ritual Practices of Modern Heathen Women By Alvilldr in fägra
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While stationed in Germany as a member of the US Air Force, Alvilldr in fägra felt called to the old goddesses and gods of ancient Northern Europe. After a decade in Europe, exploring museums... More > and historical sites, she earned her Master's degree in History, specializing in Late Antiquity and Early Medieval Europe. While giving a workshop at a regional Heathen gathering she learned that one young woman was told Heathenry was a man's religion and had no place for women. Sheathenry, Volume I: Ritual Practices of Modern Heathen Women is Alvilldr's attempt to address this misconception. Part oral history, part ethnography, Sheathenry examines the personal ritual practices of modern Heathen women throughout North America and Europe.< Less
The World Was Their Stage (The H. Bedford-Jones Library) By H. Bedford-Jones
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Spanning ancient Roman times, Normandy, medieval England and Germany, France, and colonial America, and including appearances by Cleopatra, d’Artagnan, and Cyrano de Bergerac, author H.... More > Bedford-Jones details some of the most pivotable moments in history in this interconnected 17-part historical epic. The World Was Their Stage is one of the longest novels written by “the King of the Pulps,” H. Bedford-Jones, and has never before been reprinted. Featuring scores of vintage story illustrations by George Avison, Merritt Berger, Pedar Cavanagh, John Richard Flanagan, Peter Kuhlhoff, J. Clinton Shepherd, and Raymond Sisley, along with a cover by Herbert Morton Stoops.< Less
The Faust Book By Jason Colavito
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First published in Germany in 1587, the Faust Book told the story of Dr. Faustus, a scholar who sold his soul to the Devil for knowledge and power. Translated shortly thereafter into English, the... More > book inspired Christopher Marlowe's masterpiece, Doctor Faustus. This edition for the general reader presents the English Faust Book with modernized spelling and punctuation. This edition also includes a selection of earlier texts documenting the life of the real Dr. Faustus and some of the ancient and medieval legends that contributed to the Faust myth--a tale that became a foundational myth for Western Civilization.< Less

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