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The Crusades
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The Crusades

By Harold Lamb

This book is in fair condition. There is minimal wear on the front, back, spine and edges of the cover boards. The previous owners name is affixed to the inside of the front cover board. The pages are yellowed and tanned but clear of any markings.The binding is cracking on the seam between the the front cover board and the spine. "AT THE END of the night of the Dark Ages a multitude of our ancestors left their homes. They started out on what they called the voyage of God...." - Foreword from The Crusades: Iron Men And Saints

$132.18

Picturesque Ideas On The Flight To Egypt
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Picturesque Ideas On The Flight To Egypt

By Colta Feller Ives

This book is in good condition.The dust cover has some wear, but over all it's in good condition also.the dust cover has some tears and stains on the bottom front cover and spine. There are are no markings inside the book. The pages are just beginning to yellow an tan. "Giovanni Domenico Theopolo's set of twenty-seven etchings entitled Picturesque Ideas of the Flight into Egypt is perhaps the most enchanting of his printmaking accomplishments. Within the history of printed scenes of Christ's life, which began in the fifteenth century, this series is probably unique in format; there is no other depiction known of the Flight into Egypt in such an extended sequence.Beyond this novel aspect, the set reveals the inspiration of Tiepolo's native Venice-her sunny skies and sparkling lagoons, her passion for theatrical spectacles, her artistic heritage of pageant masters. The joyous effects of light, space, and air in these prints reflect the achievements of the eighteenth-century Venetian etchers whose characteristic broken lines captured their city's shimmering atmosphere." - Picturesque Ideas of the Flight into Egypt

$20.61

Jerusalem
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Jerusalem

By Richard M. Mackowski, S.J.

Some edge wear, overall content excellent. 221 pages. The author examines the Holy City of Jesus' day, offering well-informed insights into what Jerusalem might have looked like before its destruction in A.D. 70. He does so by first consulting the most recent archaeological, philological, and historical studies, and then reconstructing, as it were, those areas of the city most important to Jesus' ministry, giving special attention to those sites associated with Jesus' passion, death, and resurrection in A.D. 30. Lavishly illustrated with more than 130 color photos as wells as 30 colored maps and figures.

$26.41