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Tract: Cassiodori Senatoris Variae
Cassiodori Senatoris Variae
Brevi enarrationi de Cassiodori vita, quam ab hac editione variarum noluimus abesse, praemisimus quae supersunt ex libello ipsius de ordine generis Cassiodororuni, inter excerpta diversa Cassiodori institutionum humanarum rerum codici Augiensi n. CVI hodie Carolsruhensi f. 53' saec. X subiuncta 1) ante aliquot annos feliciter inventa ab Alfredo Holder, edita...
By: Christian Mommsen
Topics: Ancient history
Editions available: 1
Tract: A History Of Ethiopia Nubia & Abyssinia Volume 1 of 2
Wallis Budge - A History Of Ethiopia Nubia And Abyssinia
In the present work, which I have called “A History of Ethiopia,”I have made no attempt to describe the history of that large portion of the earth’s surface which the Greeks called “Ethiopia,” but only of that comparatively small section of it which is to-day named, both by large numbers...
By: Wallis Budge
Topics: Ancient history
Editions available: 4
Tract: Earth in Upheaval
Immanuel Velikovsky - Earth in Upheaval
After the publication of Worlds in Collision Immanuel Velikovsky was confronted with the argument that in the shape of the earth and in the flora and fauna there are no traces of the natural catastrophes he had described.
By: Immanuel Velikovsky
Topics: Archaeological science, methodology and techniques, Ancient history, Geophysics, Popular astronomy and space, Criticism and exegesis of sacred texts
Editions available: 4
Tract: The Exaltation of Inanna
William Hallo - The Exhaltation of Inanna
Cuneiform literature has long been stigmatized as anonymous, or at best pseudonymous, and this in marked contrast to the literature of the ancient world generally, which placed a high value on attribution, authentic or merely traditional, whether we look at Egyptian literature, or Hittite, Canaanite, Hebrew, or Greek. By the...
By: William Hallo
Topics: Ancient history, Ancient Greek religion and mythology
Editions available: 1
Website: Institute for the Study of the Ancient World
Institute for the Study of the Ancient World
The creation of the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University has its roots in the passion that Shelby White and Leon Levy had for the art and history of the ancient world, which led them to envision an Institute that would offer an unshuttered...
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Topics: Ancient history
Tract: Early Mesopotamian Royal Titles: A Philologic And Historical Analysis
William Hallo - Early Mesopotamian Royal Titles
Supreme political power in Mesopotamia was vested in kings for as far back as the written records go, but the titles used to identify the office of kingship often varied from one city to another and from one period to the next. These titles, traced backward to their origins and...
By: William Hallo
Topics: Ancient history, Mesopotamia
Editions available: 1
Tract: Worlds in Collision
Immanuel Velikovsky - Worlds in Collision
Worlds in Collision is a book of wars in the celestial sphere that took place in historical times. In these wars the planet earth participated too. This book describes two acts of a great drama: one that occurred thirty-four to thirty-five centuries ago, in the middle of the second millennium...
By: Immanuel Velikovsky
Topics: Ancient history, Theoretical and mathematical astronomy, Criticism and exegesis of sacred texts, Astrology, Astrophysics, Archaeology by period / region, Ancient Egyptian religion and mythology, Ancient Greek and Roman legends
Editions available: 3
Website: The Mysterious India
The Mysterious India
The Mysterious India is a unique website with a focus on Indian history, folklore and mythology genre and presents facts about India, that have been erased from history. The Mysterious India updates regularly about matters related to India like travel, history, festivals, temples, sacred places, Culture, tradition, archaeology news and...
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Topics: Ancient history, Ancient philosophy
Website: The Immanuel Velikovsky Archive
The Velikovsky Archive
The Velikovsky archive is being maintained by a team of historians to ensure the integrity and preservation of Immanuel Velikovsky’s unpublished writings; it is strictly non-profit and its sole purpose is the advancement of education and scholarship.
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Topics: Ancient history, Biography: science, technology and medicine, Astrophysics
Tract: Oedipus and Akhnaton
Immanuel Velikovsky - Oedipus and Akhnaton
Bridging the gap between Volumes I and II of AGES IN CHAOS it concentrates on the last three generations of the 18th dynasty, and shows conclusively that in Tutankhamen's grave lies the due to the origin of the Oedipus legend in Greek mythology, made more widely known in the modem...
By: Immanuel Velikovsky
Topics: Ancient history, Ancient Egyptian religion and mythology
Editions available: 4