Woodland in the Neolithic of Northern Europe:The Forest as Ancestor Gordon Noble
Nobles and Nation in Central Europe: Jr William D. Godsey
Nobles and Nation in Central Europe:Free Imperial Knights in the Age of Revolution 1750-1850 Jr William D. Godsey
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Kings Nobles and Commoners:States and Societies in Early Modern Europe Jeremy Black
The Most Noble Adventure:The Marshall Plan and the Time When America Helped Save Europe Greg Behrman
This edited volume explores how (what is today) Scotland can be compared with, contrasted to, or was connected with other parts of Early Medieval Europe. Far from a ´dark age´, Early Medieval Scotland (AD 300-900) was a crucible of different languages and cultures, the world of the Picts, Scots, Britons and Anglo-Saxons. Though long regarded as somehow peripheral to continental Europe, people in Early Medieval Scotland had mastered complex technologies and were part of sophisticated intellectual networks. This cross-disciplinary volume includes contributions focussing on archaeology, artefacts, art-history and history, and considers themes that connect Scotland with key processes and phenomena happening elsewhere in Europe. Topics explored include the transition from Iron Age to Early Medieval societies and the development of secular power centres, the Early Medieval intervention in prehistoric landscapes, and the management of resources necessary to build kingdoms. Contents Introduction Alice Blackwell Peripheral vision: Scotland in Early Medieval Europe Ewan Campbell ´A bright crowd of chancels´: whither early church archaeology in Scotland? Sally M Foster The 5-6th century Early Medieval Pictish power centre at Rhynie, north-east Scotland, and its European context Meggen Gondek & Gordon Noble Norrie´s Law, Gaulcross and beyond: widening the context of hacksilver hoarding in Scotland Alice Blackwell & Martin Goldberg An Early Medieval and prehistoric nexus: the Strathearn Environs and Royal Forteviot project Ewan Campbell, Stephen Driscoll, Meggen Gondek & Adrian Maldonado Political transition at Portmahomack: the European context Martin Carver Early Medieval burial in European context: log coffins in Scotland Adrian Maldonado Medieval European land assessment, Fortriu, and the dabhach Alasdair Ross Ideas of origins and ethnicity in Early Medieval Scotland Nicholas Evans
Paris, 1938. A shadow edges over Europe, while in Spain the war has already begun. Cristián Ferrar, a handsome Spanish lawyer in Paris, is approached to help a clandestine agency supply weapons to beleaguered Republican forces and agrees, putting his life on the line. Joining Ferrar is an unlikely group of allies: including Max de Lyon, a man hunted by the Gestapo, and the Marquesa Maria Cristina, a refined beauty with a taste for danger. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Peter Noble. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/howe/002212/bk_howe_002212_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
WINNER OF THE MARCO POLO OUTSTANDING GENERAL TRAVEL THEMED BOOK OF THE YEAR AT THE 2018 EDWARD STANFORD TRAVEL WRITING AWARDS The story begins in a public square in New Delhi. On a cold December evening a young European woman of noble descent appears before an Indian street artist known locally as PK and asks him to paint her portrait - it is an encounter that will change their lives irrevocably. PK was not born in the city. He grew up in a small remote village on the edge of the jungle in East India, and his childhood as an untouchable was one of crushing hardship. He was forced to sit outside the classroom during school, would watch classmates wash themselves if they came into contact with him, and had stones thrown at him when he approached the village temple. According to the priests, PK dirtied everything that was pure and holy. But had PK not been an untouchable, his life would have turned out very differently. This is the remarkable true story of how love and courage led PK to overcome extreme poverty, caste prejudice and adversity - as well as a 7,000-mile, adventure-filled journey across continents and cultures - to be with the woman he loved.