By Malcolm Letts
By Malcolm Letts
By Thomas Beckh,Gregor Neunert
By Lars Steffes
By Fotini Kondyli,Vera Andriopoulou,Eirini Panou,Mary B. Cunningham
By M.P. TAYLOR,Jennifer Sale- MSW LCSW
By Brian Todd Carey,Joshua B. Allfee,John Cairns
This is the second one a part of an formidable two-volume examine of the topic. the 1st quantity, struggle within the historical global, tested the evolution of struggle from the Bronze Age to the hugely prepared armies of the Greeks and the Romans.
By Anne Petrie
This publication tells the superb tale of Kent from earliest occasions to the fashionable day. many of the pivotal moments within the backyard of England�s heritage are recalled, together with invasions from Romans, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings and Normans. It has noticeable the Black dying, the Peasants� riot, the Swing Riots and, extra lately, audacious escapades by means of suffragettes within the conflict for Votes for girls. the tale is introduced correct brand new with the demanding situations confronted via conventional industries and the transformation of cross-Channel travel.
The resilient humans of Kent have taken all of it of their stride and this tale encompasses how they lived, labored and performed via hundreds of thousands of years of colorful history.
By Mario Stenz
By Paul Stephenson
The Byzantine World provides the newest insights of the best students within the fields of Byzantine reports, background, artwork and architectural background, literature, and theology. those that be aware of little of Byzantine heritage, tradition and civilization among advert seven hundred and 1453 will locate overviews and distillations, whereas those that understand a lot already should be afforded numerous new vistas.
Each bankruptcy bargains an leading edge method of a well known subject or a diversion from a well-trodden direction. Readers could be brought to Byzantine ladies and kids, males and eunuchs, emperors, patriarchs, aristocrats and slaves. they'll discover church buildings and fortifications, monasteries and palaces, from Constantinople to Cyprus and Syria within the east, and to Apulia and Venice within the west. Secular and sacred paintings, profane and religious literature may be printed to the reader, who might be inspired to learn, see, scent and contact. The worlds of Byzantine ceremonial and sanctity, liturgy and letters, Orthodoxy and heresy might be explored, via either top and leading edge foreign students.
Ultimately, readers will locate insights into the emergence of contemporary Byzantine reviews and of renowned Byzantine background which are informative, novel and unforeseen, and that offer an intensive knowing of both.
By Verena Caroline Wernet