Poseidon S Children

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Author: Michael West
ISBN: 9781937929954
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Poseidon S Children by Michael West

Original Title: Poseidon S Children

When vacationing artist Larry Neuhaus witnesses a gruesome shark attack, he discovers it wasn't a random attack of animal savagery but linked to a top-secret discovery of archaeological ruins on the ocean floor.

The Legacy Of Hades

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Author: Rhonda Grant Boles
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469151952
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The Legacy Of Hades by Rhonda Grant Boles

Original Title: The Legacy Of Hades

For her one hundredth birthday, Makaria the daughter of Hades, also known as the Goddess of Blessed Death, expresses a desire to leave her home in the Underworld in an effort to research mortal life on the surface. Upon enrolling at the prestigious Princeton University, she befriends the grandson to the Duke of Wellington, Alexander Beckham III and his cousin Nicolette, her college roommate. Alex has an instant attraction to Makaria, but she has her eyes set on a bad boy rocker named Mike. Through a series of unfortunate events, Alex, Nicolette and Makaria find it nearly impossible to maintain their family secrets. What will Makarias parents think of her new found mortal love? What will happen when Alex, Nicolette, Makaria and Mike learn the truth of each others LEGACY?

Goddess Legacy Free Book

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Author: M.W. Muse
Publisher: Penning Princess
ISBN: 098821301X
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Goddess Legacy Free Book by M.W. Muse

Original Title: Goddess Legacy Free Book

**Goddess Legacy is a former #1 Teen Romance book in the Amazon Kindle Store with over 200,000 downloads and counting! You can now get the book everybody is talking about for FREE for a limited time!** Legacy Kore is an average seventeen year old with your basic insane crush on the hottest guy in school... rather Adin Shepard was the hottest guy in school before he graduated a couple of weeks ago. Now it's summer vacation and she's not sure when she'll get to see him again. Until he shows up at her surprise seventeenth birthday party. Cue saliva glands--it's time to drool. But her giddiness is cut short when her guardian delivers an emotional blow, telling Legacy her mother hadn't died when she was baby, but that she'd left for Legacy's protection all those years ago. After the initial shock, she expects some story about how her mother was in the Witness Protection Program or something else just as crazy, but when she's told that her mother is a Greek Goddess and that Legacy is changing into one too, she thinks her guardian needs a trip to a mental hospital. Legacy a goddess? Um, yeah. Right. And her BFF is the Easter Bunny. While trying to make sense out of something that was impossible to believe, Adin asks Legacy out on a date. She is thrilled that her fantasy might become a reality, but when she meets the new guy in town, River, she discovers everything isn't always as it seems, and the legacy she wants just might not be the legacy she is destined to have. Order of Goddess Series: Goddess Legacy Goddess Secret Goddess Sacrifice Goddess Revenge Goddess Bared Goddess Bound

Semiramis Legacy

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Author: Jan Stronk
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 1474414265
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Semiramis Legacy by Jan Stronk

Original Title: Semiramis Legacy

There are only a few detailed histories of Persia from Ancient Greek historiography that have survived time. Diodorus of Sicily, a first century BC author, is the only one to have written a comprehensive history (the I I I I I I I [kappa]I I I I I I I I I (Bibliotheca Historica or Historical Library)) in which more than cursory attention is paid to Persia. The Bibliotheca Historica covers the entire period from Persia's prehistory until the arrival of the Parthians from the East and that of Roman power throughout Asia Minor and beyond from the West, some 750 odd years or more after Assyrian rule ended. Diodorus' contribution to our knowledge of Persian history is therefore of great value for the modern historian of the Ancient Near East and in this book Jan Stronk provides the first complete translation of Diodorus' account of the history of Persia. He also examines and evaluates both Diodorus' account and the sources he used to compose his work, taking into consideration the historical, political and archaeological factors that may have played a role in the transmission of the evidence he used to acquire the raw material underlying his Bibliotheca.

The Oxford Companion To Classical Civilization

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Author: Simon Hornblower
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191016764
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The Oxford Companion To Classical Civilization by Simon Hornblower

Original Title: The Oxford Companion To Classical Civilization

What did the ancient Greeks eat and drink? What role did migration play? Why was emperor Nero popular with the ordinary people but less so with the upper classes? Why (according to ancient authors) was Oedipus ('with swollen foot') so called? For over 2,000 years the civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome have captivated our collective imagination and provided inspiration for so many aspects of our lives, from culture, literature, drama, cinema, and television to society, education, and politics. Many of the roots of the way life is lived in the West today can be traced to the ancient civilizations, not only in politics, law, technology, philosophy, and science, but also in social and family life, language, and art. Beautiful illustrations, clear and authoritative entries, and a useful chronology and bibliography make this Companion the perfect guide for readers interested in learning more about the Graeco-Roman world. As well as providing sound information on all aspects of classical civilization such as history, politics, ethics, morals, law, society, religion, mythology, science and technology, language, literature, art, and scholarship, the entries in the Companion reflect the changing interdisciplinary aspects of classical studies, covering broad thematic subjects, such as race, nationalism, gender, ethics, and ecology, confirming the impact classical civilizations have had on the modern world.

Paradise Rediscovered

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Author: Michael A. Cahill
Publisher: Interactive Publications
ISBN: 1921869496
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Paradise Rediscovered by Michael A. Cahill

Original Title: Paradise Rediscovered

In a long-forgotten era - an age of slavery, of glorious new scientific innovations, revolutionary wonders, warrior heroes, Titans, Druids and bards, magicians, dragons and serpents, of angels and gods; an age of immortality and sacrificial death, of oppression, exploitation, social upheaval, indeed the age of the catastrophic biblical flood and, the fulcrum to social structure, of the struggle for control of the closely guarded secret and eternal wisdom of the undying Holy Elect of Paradise - in a long forgotten era, a man, just a mortal man, may have escaped his death by usurping the power of the goddess and her people to his own ends in a political coup that changed his world, and produced ours... Join Dr Michael Cahill as he explores the origins of civilisation, using information from history, archaeology, mythology, linguistics, geology, astronomy and philosophy to learn more about who we are. Paradise Rediscovered will challenge your intellect and spur your imagination, as you journey with him to uncover secrets, solve mysteries and consider the foundations that shaped our modern society and may yet change its face again. Note: This title is published as a two volume work in its physical edition, and as a complete work in its digital editions.

Dialectic Of Enlightenment As Sport

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Author: Tom Donovan
Publisher: Algora Publishing
ISBN: 1628941642
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Dialectic Of Enlightenment As Sport by Tom Donovan

Original Title: Dialectic Of Enlightenment As Sport

In their Dialectic of Enlightenment, Horkheimer and Adorno set out to "explain why humanity, instead of entering a truly human state, is sinking into a new kind of barbarism." Philosophy teacher Tom Donovan (PhD UCRiverside) offers a fresh reading of that classic text showing that it is first and foremost a critique of the metaphysical urge. Describing our world of "stupid consumption, mindless entertainment, and perverted games and relationships" he notes, "these sorts of games have no end game, as fantasy spectators never really win, and yet they don’t see it because they are too busy watching the other lose. This is the secret of class society. As long as there is someone below you, then lack of reconciliation doesn’t hurt so badly." Citing the Super Bowl, Clippers owner Donald Sterling, basketball players like LeBron James, plus the Kardashians, mega churches, and comedians like Jon Stewart, Donovan gives us a new understanding of our age and how the broken threads that are today’s Capitalism, religion, and sports contribute to unraveling the fabric of Modernity. Against readings that claim that Dialectic of Enlightenment is a simple critique of instrumental reason that ultimately undermines rationality itself, Dr. Donovan argues that the real critique is aimed at the metaphysical urge itself. As such, rationality itself is not the target of attack nor is the notion of enlightenment. Taking Adorno's and Horkheimer's example of the Marquis de Sade, the author observes, "…Sade can only find pleasure in domination. The fear of the outside has morphed into fear of a reconciled world, fear of a world where everyone treats each other as ends in themselves. A society like this can tolerate porn but not socialism, a society like this won’t miss the ice-caps but wouldn't miss the Super Bowl, a society like this lets civilization sink into barbarism so long as they can watch The Bachelor. Stylistically this book attempts to rationally mimic the fragmentary nature of Dialectic of Enlightenment so that through form and content the argument of the book will emerge dialectically. Readers will see that Dialectic of Enlightenment actually offers a positive conception of enlightenment and a philosophical instance of the use of dialectics. The book is for readers interested in critiques of capitalism and religion, and sports in America, as well as Marxism and Critical Theory. It will intrigue academics interested in the Frankfurt School and the idea of the "Metaphysical Urge."


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Author: George O'Connor
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1596437383
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Poseidon by George O'Connor

Original Title: Poseidon

Graphically adapts the adventures of the Greek god of the seas, presenting the myth of how Poseidon became the king of the oceans and such stories as Theseus and the Minotaur, Odysseus and Polyphemos, and the founding of Athens.

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