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Eternal Test of Time - Sarah Vistica

Eternal Test of TimeSarah Vistica

Aly Sycamore thought her life is simple living in a quiet small town. Until one night, she meets a stranger, Rome a vampire from her past. Not long after Aly begins to have strange dreams of a past life as a vampire. Now with the clock tick… more

Eternal Test of Time
Sarah Vistica
Wine and Honey (The Roman Bo... - Cally Sharp

Wine and Honey (The Roman Bo...Cally Sharp

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Though newly a free citizen of Rome, Anselm Kahler is still a slave at heart. Especially on his knees before his master, the patrician Septimus Tuditanus. Thrust back into public life Septimus takes Anselm with him, and Anselm is introduced… more

Wine and Honey (The Roman Boy, Book 2)
Cally Sharp
The Gift from the Light - Kathy McCurry

The Gift from the LightKathy McCurry

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              A young woman encounters a mysterious light in a field near a Native American burial ground. She walks closer to this light and is suddenly overwhelmed by the strange phenomenon. What would happen if you encountered someth... <a class="more" href="/books/detail/B00BLLSIHE/#editorial-review">more</a>
The Gift from the Light
Kathy McCurry
Kathy McCurry , English
Teaching the Reformation: Mi... - Amy Nelson Burnett

Teaching the Reformation: Mi...Amy Nelson Burnett

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Though the Reformation was sparked by the actions of Martn Luther, it was not a decisive break from the Church in Rome but rather a gradual process of religious and social change. As the men responsible for religious instruction and moral o… more

Teaching the Reformation: Ministers and Their Message in Basel, 1529-1629 (Oxford Studies in Historical Theology)
Amy Nelson Burnett
Oxford University Press, USA , English
Three Facets of the Second S... - Joshua Robinson

Three Facets of the Second S...Joshua Robinson

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The Second Sophistic was a period of time that ranged roughly from 50-250 AD in the Roman Empire. The themes cover Graeco-Roman identity as seen through three historic Greek writers who lived under Roman rule, Plutarch, Arrian, and Lucian… more

Three Facets of the Second Sophistic: Plutarch, Arrian and Lucian
Joshua Robinson
Joshua Robinson , English
Forty Years to Rome - Part I - Rachel Blade

Forty Years to Rome - Part IRachel Blade

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Erotic Novel: The novel includes graphic depiction of the main character’s first sexual experience, her relationship with her first boyfriend and her sexual exploits with subsequent partners and her husband including straight and lesbian se… more

Forty Years to Rome - Part I
Rachel Blade
Virgilia - Felicia Buttz Clark

VirgiliaFelicia Buttz Clark

The Circus in Rome was thronged with an enormous crowd of persons on a day in June, about two thousand years ago. One hundred thousand men and women sat on its tiers of white marble seats, under the open sky and witnessed a gladiatorial con… more

Felicia Buttz Clark
Stories by American Authors - Constance Fenimore Woolson, ...

Stories by American AuthorsConstance Fenimore Woolson, ...

A year ago I was in Rome, and enjoying life particularly. I had a large number of my acquaintances there, both American and English, and no day passed without its invitation. Of course I understood it: it is seldom that you find a literary … more

Stories by American Authors
Constance Fenimore Woolson, H. C. Bunner, N. P. Willis, Mary Hallock Foote, J. W. De Forest
Harvard Classics, Vol. 13: V... - Virgil

Harvard Classics, Vol. 13: V...Virgil

The greatest of Latin epics, concerning the mythic founder of Rome, the AEneid combines both legitimization of Roman dominance of the world and perfect poetic style to ensure both contemporary sanction and literary permanence.

Harvard Classics, Vol. 13: Virgil’s Aeneid
The Portable Library , English
The Classic Works of William Ware - William Ware

The Classic Works of William WareWilliam Ware

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Zenobia - The Fall of PalmyraAurelian - Rome in the Third Century

The Classic Works of William Ware
William Ware
The City of God - Saint Augustine of Hippo

The City of GodSaint Augustine of Hippo

One of the great cornerstones in the history of Christian thought, The City of God is vital to an understanding of modern Western society and how it came into being. Begun in A.D. 413, the book’s initial purpose was to refute the charge tha… more

The City of God
Saint Augustine of Hippo
Hendrickson Publishers , English
Forty Years to Rome - Part II - Rachel Blade

Forty Years to Rome - Part IIRachel Blade

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Erotic Novel: The novel includes graphic depiction of the main character’s first sexual experience, her relationship with her first boyfriend and her sexual exploits with subsequent partners and her husband including straight and lesbian se… more

Forty Years to Rome - Part II
Rachel Blade
The Aeneid of Virgil (Bantam... - Virgil

The Aeneid of Virgil (Bantam...Virgil

Aeneas flees the ashes of Troy to found the city of Rome and change forever the course of the Western world—as literature as well.  Virgil’s Aeneid is as eternal as Rome itself, a sweeping epic of arms and heroism—the searching portrait o… more

The Aeneid of Virgil (Bantam Classics)
Bantam Classics , English


DIALOGUE THE FIRST. THE VISION. I passed the autumn and the early winter of the years 18— and 18— at Rome. The society was, as is usual in that metropolis of the old Christian world, numerous and diversified. In it there were found many i… more

Time Out Rome (Time Out Guides) -

Time Out Rome (Time Out Guides)

History in Rome is not confined to museums, basilicas and galleries: it tumbles out everywhere. And though the city is reassuringly compact, this doesn’t stop the cultural onslaught from being utterly bewildering and exhausting. It is best … more

Time Out Rome (Time Out Guides)
Time Out , English


A brief history of the Roman Empire written in the fourth century from the founding of the city of Rome through to the accession of Valens.

Flavius Eutropius
Luther Examined and Reexamin... - Professor, Concordia Theolog...

Luther Examined and Reexamin...Professor, Concordia Theolog...

Catholic writers profess themselves shocked by the unblushing veneration which Luther receives from Protestants. Such epithets as “hero of the Reformation,” “angel with the everlasting Gospel flying through the midst of heaven,” “restorer o… more

Luther Examined and Reexamined A Review of Catholic Criticism and a Plea for Revaluation
Professor, Concordia Theological Seminary W.H.T. Dau
De l'envie et de la haine (F... - Plutarque

De l'envie et de la haine (F...Plutarque

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De l’envie et de la hainePlutarque, philosophe, biographe et moraliste grec de la Rome antique (46-125)Ce livre numérique présente «De l’envie et de la haine», de Plutarque, édité en texte intégral. Une table des matières dynamique permet d… more

De l’envie et de la haine (French Edition)
Editions la Bibliothèque Digitale , French
Rome's top sites you must see - Manuella bong

Rome's top sites you must seeManuella bong

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Rome’s top sites you must see” takes you through some of Rome’s most celebrated tourist sites. The eternal city is blessed with lots of historical sites that you may get confused on which one to see first. This is when “Rome’s top sites yo… more

Rome’s top sites you must see
Manuella bong