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Walking to Rome By Vincent J. Purcell
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The book is a true story, it is unique to me, and the events explained in it are the way I saw them and from a perspective which I believe is honest and true. Some names may be changed for the sake... More > of anonymity but the events will remain the same. My past life was like living in the sewer with the stench, darkness and fear of attack from rats at anytime, my life was totally messed up. Then one day I was brought out of there and into the light, with fresh air, blue skies and beautiful green fields full of scented flowers and mountain landscapes. You might ask the question, why do people have to sink so deep before they reach out and ask God for help. My answer is first, when we are so down, the only way is for us to look up, for this is where our help comes from. Secondly, some people need to be desperate enough before they will reach out their hand and cry for help. There is nothing wrong with humbling our selves and reaching out for help.< Less
When in Rome By Jody Thigpen
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When in Rome is the account of Jody's adventures as she traveled across Europe during her study abroad in Rome.
Hippolytus of Rome By Apostle Horn
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Hippolytus of Rome was the most important third-century theologian in the developing orthodox church in Rome, where he was probably born; nonetheless, his works were composed in Greek. He is... More > described as a disciple of Irenaeus. He came into conflict with the popes of his time and seems to have headed a schismatic group as a rival bishop of Rome.< Less
Out of Rome By vincent zach michaelisz
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Out of Rome Roman occupation of Britain. Saint Albans is killed but the effects of his execution lived on.
Rome Alone By Phil McCarthy
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In 2008 Phil McCarthy, a Bristol GP, walked 1,200 miles from Canterbury to Rome alone, in his 50th year. Rome Alone describes the joys and difficulties of modern pilgrimage in an age of doubt and... More > confusion. The Via Francigena is the route that pilgrims followed to Rome until the Reformation. Rome Alone is a vivid description of walking the Via Francigena. The author describes the journey with anecdotes and reflections that will connect with people of any faith and none. The book brings the Via Francigena to life by describing the journey with its historical and cultural setting. This book is a valuable resource for anyone considering a undertaking a pilgrimage. Pilgrimage has increased in popularity as church going has declined. Rome Alone is an exploration of the significance and possibilities of pilgrimage in the Twenty First Century and how it feels to "roam alone" for three months.< Less
Club Of Rome By AgentV
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In this powerful book of 140 pages, you will see first hand as to how the Club Of Rome is in control. In 40 A.D. the saying was "all roads lead to Rome." This ruler ship is still very much... More > alive today. With a hunger for world domination, and the willingness to get it at any cost, this book is the is just a grain of sand on a beach when it comes to the full scope of things.< Less
Club Of Rome By AgentV
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In this powerful book of 140 pages, you will see first hand as to how the Club Of Rome is in control. In 40 A.D. the saying was "all roads lead to Rome." This ruler ship is still very much... More > alive today. With a hunger for world domination, and the willingness to get it at any cost, this book is the is just a grain of sand on a beach when it comes to the full scope of things.< Less
Ancient Rome By Jackson Hill
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Jackson started writing the book ancient rome because he took an intrest in history and decided he would learn ancient civilizations which lead him to rome which he found the most intresting out of... More > them all he started readding everything about it. So he started writing this novel filled with everything there is to know about the romans and there history there religion greatest impacts and all about there military. "The warfare Was very usefull, there strategies, like the turtle formation, came in handy taking over europe and all over they won almost every battle until the ruler caracalla brought rome to a downfall and the ruler was ruled by one thing now, fear", said jackson. As the author said he was ruled by fear which brought rome to it's most crucial point and destroyed the empire of rome forever. This book would be a perfect choice if you want to learn about romans. After you read this book you should read his second book about the ancient greeks and how they lived and ruled for a long time in history< Less
Rome to Amalfi By Enrico Massetti
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This guide leads you in a drive from the Rome to the Amalfi Coast, touching Bracciano, Civita Castellana, Tivoli, Subiaco, Montecassino, Capua, Benevento, Salerno, Vietri sul Mare, Cetara, Erchie,... More > Minori, Ravello, Amalfi, the Emerald Grotto, Furore, Positano to arrive in Amalfi. It includes photos and descriptions of the attractions of all the localities touched.< Less
The Rome Express By Arthur Griffiths
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The Rome Express is a locked room murder mystery with a twist. This time the locked room is a sleeping-cab on a moving train! Featuring the formidable French detective Monsieur Floçon, this... More > Agatha Christie-esque mind-bending locomotive whodunit is a must-read for fans of classic British mysteries.< Less

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