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Ancient Egypt - Myth & History E BookAncient Egypt - Myth & History E BookOur price: £8.00ViewWhile Ancient Egypt: Myth and History E book is not available directly from us, you can buy this book from many online sellers and a link is provided below for you to look at this book with some search inside content. The text provides a comprehensive, illustrated account of the fascinating mythology and ancient history of one of the world’s oldest – and longest surviving – civilisations.Ancient Greece - A History E bookAncient Greece - A History E bookOur price: £8.00ViewWhile Ancient Greece A History, e book, is not available directly from us, you can buy a copy of this e book from many online sellers, and a link is provided below. The book was first published in 1913, and the author, H B Cotterill, wanted to reveal the ‘inner life’ of Ancient Greece – the spirit of a country that gave us the scientific and critical histories of Herodotus and Thucydides, the unblinking and sometimes frightening insights into the human condition of the Greek tragic playwrights, and the mature and dignified works of the sculptors and architects of Classical Greece. The external history through which Cotterill leads the reader is the framework in which we are to place and understand these inspirational works of Western culture. His presentation of the enduring achievements of Greek art, literature and philosophy in their historical context continues to inform and enthuse readers to this day.Ancient Rome - The Republic E bookAncient Rome - The Republic E bookOur price: £8.00ViewThis e book presents a book that shows that the influence of Rome’s history and institutions on our own age is often taken for granted but its roots are deep, going back many centuries. And while some may pronounce that Roman history and the Latin language are dead, the archaeological sites and museums once visited by the fortunate or determined few, are now opened up to mass tourism and there is a resurgence of interest in the civilisation that built Pompeii and destroyed Carthage.
Celtic Mythology - (e book edition) Famous legends from Celtic mythology retold and explained for the modern readerCeltic Mythology - (e book edition) Famous legends from Celtic mythology retold and explained for the modern readerOur price: £8.00ViewCeltic mythology is as rich in its way as the mythologies of the Classical world and Scandinavia. It includes gods and the giants against whom they struggled, warriors like Cúchulainn and the champions of the Ulster Cycle, and lovers like Deirdre and Naoise or Diarmaid and Grainne. Most Celtic myths and legends were not written down until the Christian era. They survived by word of mouth and went on to fuel the imagination of the writers who gave us the stories of Arthur and his knights and the Norman-French romances.Classical Mythology E book - A dictionary of the tales, characters and traditions of Classical MythologyClassical Mythology E book - A dictionary of the tales, characters and traditions of Classical MythologyOur price: £8.00ViewFor thousands of years the myths of Ancient Greece and Rome have fascinated people and inspired great writers, artists and thinkers. Classical Mythology includes many of these myths – some famous and some unusual – retold for the modern reader and illustrated with many of the beautiful paintings and statues based on these tales.Ireland - History of a NationIreland - History of a NationOur price: £7.99ViewIreland History of a Nation - New Edition
The Timeline AtlasThe Timeline AtlasOur price: £12.99ViewContents:Wales History of a NationWales History of a NationOur price: £5.99ViewWales History of a Nation by David Ross
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