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Author by : Barry Fell Languange Used : en Release Date : 1982 Publisher by : Boston ; Toronto : Little, Brown ISBN : 0316277711 File Size : 45,8 Mb Total Download : 877
Based on recent archaeological discoveries, this study explores the theory that Bronze-Age Swedes visited North America around the St. Lawrence River and that some Nordics migrated west, intermarrying with the Dakota tribes to form the Sioux nation
Author by : Dennis O'Neil Languange Used : en Release Date : 2019-08-20 Publisher by : DC Comics ISBN : 9781779503251 File Size : 52,9 Mb Total Download : 204
The Justice League of America welcomed the start of the 1970s with these tales from issues #77-84, #86-92, #94 and #95! In these stories that reflected the social issues of the day, the World’s Greatest Heroes are betrayed by Snapper Carr, who’s being manipulated by The Joker. Plus, the Vigilante comes out of retirement to help the team learn the truth behind a pollution-blasting factory; the team faces a Thanagarian arch-villain; the Red Tornado fights for his freedom; the survivors of a sunken continent that abandoned Earth return to wipe out humanity and much more!
Author by : Priscilla Keswani Languange Used : en Release Date : 2004 Publisher by : Equinox Publishing Ltd. ISBN : 1904768032 File Size : 50,9 Mb Total Download : 382
A ground-breaking investigation of burial practices and social transformations in the era when Cypriot agricultural communities moved from village to urban life and became major players in the eastern Mediterranean copper trade. The author develops an innovative theoretical and methodological approach that enables her to define and elucidate the shifting spatial relationships between tombs and habitation areas, the elaboration of rituals involving secondary treatment and collective burial, and changing patterns of mortuary expenditure and symbolism throughout the Bronze Age. Keswani proposes t