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10 Must Know Tips for Minecraft-ers By Waleed
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10 Must Know Tips for Minecraft Here we go with the best cheats & tips available for Minecraft – Pocket Edition. Here are a few of them: 1. Beginning the Mine-Adventure by Attacking a... More > few Trees 2. STARTING TO CRAFT 3. NOW CREATE YOUR FIRST SET OF TOOLS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE! And Many More of these! LEGAL DISCLAIMER: "Minecraft is a registered trademark of Mojang. This ebook is not endorsed or supported by Mojang".< Less
The Description of Wales By Geraldus Cambrensis (Gerald of Wales)
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Translated from the Latin, originally entitled Descriptio Cambriae written in 1194. Gerald of Wales, archdeacon of Brecon, was a medieval clergyman and chronicler of his times. Gerald's writings were... More > based on a thorough knowledge of Classical authors and reflect experiences gained on his travels as well as his great knowledge of the standard authorities. He was highly respected as a scholar during and after his time. It is generally agreed today that his most distinguished works are those dealing with Wales and Ireland, with his two books on his beloved Wales being the most important - Itinerarium Cambriae and Descriptio Cambriae, which tell us much about Welsh history and geography and reflect upon the cultural relationship between the Welsh and the English.< Less
SONGS OF WALES By RUSSELL GWILYM MORRIS
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collection of songs from Wales some in English and some in Welsh
SONGS OF WALES By RUSSELL GWILYM MORRIS
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collection of songs from Wales some in English and some in Welsh
Description of Wales By G. Cambrensis
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Description of Wales By Giraldis Cambrensis
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In this remarkable work Giraldus patriotically ascribes to his fellow countrymen an enthusiasm of intellect that enables them to excel in whatever they do and admires their speeches and songs. His... More > skilful incorporation of quotations from Latin and Welsh with his own narrative is superb. He tells his readers how Wales is a difficult country to conquer and how it should be governed. Gerald's writings in good quality Latin, based on a thorough knowledge of Classical authors, reflect experiences gained on his travels as well as his great knowledge of the standard authorities. He was respected as a scholar in his time and afterwards. The noted scholar Edward Augustus Freeman said he was "the father of comparative philology," and he calls him "one of the most learned men of a learned age," "the universal scholar." Gerald was a man of strong opinions whose works are frequently polemical, but he also had an intense curiosity, recording much valuable detail of everyday life in his ethnographic works.< Less
A Flavour of Wales By Dorothy Davies
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A Flavour of Wales brings together ten years of Dorothy Davies's widely acclaimed 'Welsh Kitchen' column in CAMBRIA, Wales's national magazine. Re-styled in a fresh new format to make the recipes... More > and ingredients more easily accessible, and including new anecdotes, recipes and tips, A Flavour of Wales offers a stimulating and different perspective on modern Welsh cuisine. Dorothy Davies's book is a practical guide to the enjoyment of fresh local produce with traditional and innovative interpretations, full of short-cuts, hints and secrets for the time-poor home cook of today. With a foreward by noted cookery writer, Elisabeth Luard.< Less
UFO Wales By David L. Richards
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UFOs are a worldwide phenomenon, seen and recorded in every country in the world. In UFO Wales the Author looks at the history of UFO sightings and encounters in Wales from earliest times to the... More > present, among them the famous 'Welsh Triangle' which saw Wales become the UFO capital of the world in the 1970s and the remarkable encounter between a Police Helicopter and a UFO in South Wales in 2008. Evidence is also unearthed that Wales may have played host to not one but two UFO crashes. In UFO Wales you can read of dozens of UFO sightings and encounters from towns and cities right across Wales. The reader is brought up to date with UFO files declassified in 2012. In UFO Wales the Author also seeks to place the history of Welsh UFOs in a world context, so combining a detailed chronology of UFO activity in Wales with a history of the phenomenon in general. In UFO Wales the author also addresses what are probably the ultimate questions about this fascinating topic - ‘What are UFOs and where do they come from?< Less
UFO Wales By David L. Richards
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UFOs are a worldwide phenomenon, seen and recorded in every country in the world. In UFO Wales the Author looks at the history of UFO sightings and encounters in Wales from earliest times to the... More > present, examining some truly fascinating UFO cases in the process. Among them the famous 'Welsh Triangle' which saw Wales become the UFO capital of the world in the 1970s and the remarkable encounter between a Police Helicopter and a UFO in South Wales in 2008. The author also unearths evidence that Wales may have played host to not one but two UFO crashes. In UFO Wales you can read of dozens of UFO sightings and encounters from towns and cities right across Wales. In UFO Wales the Author also seeks to place the history of Welsh UFOs in a world context, so combining a detailed chronology of UFO activity in Wales with a history of the phenomenon in general. In UFO Wales the author also addresses what are probably the ultimate questions about this fascinating topic - ‘What are UFOs and where do they come from?< Less