Free history Kindle books for 06 Oct 18

Mitología Romana: Una Guía Fascinante de los Dioses Romanos, Diosas y Criaturas Mitológicas (Libro en Español/Roman Mythology Spanish Book Version) (Spanish Edition)

by Matt Clayton

Presentamos: Historias Fascinantes y Anécdotas sobre los Dioses Romanos, Diosas y Criaturas Mitológicas

En este libro, usted descubrirá muchos aspectos fascinantes de los dioses, diosas y criaturas mitológicas romanas. Cada uno de los primeros seis capítulos comienza con una escena narrativa que ayuda a dar vida a los personajes legendarios y míticos.

En el capítulo 1, encontrará las semillas de legitimidad que Virgilio plantó con respecto a la conexión troyana con Roma. En el capítulo 2, aprenderá sobre la fundación de Roma de mano de los hermanos semi-divinos amamantados por una loba, Rómulo y Remo. Este capítulo también explorará el mito del hijo de Eneas.

En el capítulo 3, aprenderá sobre los dioses de origen romano y las criaturas mitológicas romanas. El capítulo 4 se centra en la influencia etrusca en la mitología romana. La influencia griega en la mitología romana es el tema central del capítulo 5.

En el capítulo 6, el libro investigará la influencia celta y verá cómo los dioses de los celtas se fusionaron con el panteón romano de diversas maneras creativas. Finalmente, en el capítulo 7, usted descubrirá las verdades potenciales detrás de los dioses, diosas y criaturas romanas. Todos los mitos tuvieron un comienzo, y en este capítulo, exploramos algunos de los posibles orígenes.

En este libro se incluyen las siguientes cuestiones y temas:

  • La Conexión Troyana
  • Lo que la Historia y un Análisis Del Mito Nos Cuentan
  • Fundación de Roma
  • Dioses Puramente Romanos
  • Las Criaturas de la Mitología Romana
  • Préstamos de Etruria
  • Influencia del Panteón Griego
  • Criaturas Griegas Adoptadas por los Romanos
  • Popurrí Celta
  • Las Conquistas Romanas de los Celtas
  • La Verdad Detrás de los Dioses Romanos
  • And more!


Earthâ??s First Civilization: Antarctica, 55 Million B.C.

by M.G. Hawking

New Release: Explore Evidence of an Advanced Civilization on the Antarctic Continent in the Paleocene Epoch, and other Mysterious Cultures of Prehistory.

For decades the archaeological community labored under the theory that human civilization began after the last Ice Age. The theory conjectured that, prior to that time, humans were no more than primitive hunter-gatherers incapable of communal organization or sophisticated abilities, and it was only after the last glacial periodâ??following the melting of the 10,000 foot thick ice sheets that covered much of the northern portion of the world’s continentsâ??that our human ancestors began to develop agriculture and complex economic and social structures, sometime around 4000 B.C.

Contemporary discoveries have dramatically undermined those theories. Modern research has unearthed buried civilizations and discovered hidden cities one after anotherâ??archaeology now reconstructs an unsuspected antiquity of man and paints a canvas of stunningly mysterious dimensions. Previous academic accounts of the origins of civilization have fallen forfeit to evidence from archaeological sites worldwide, including Thebes (c. 37,900 BC), Edfu (c. 18,000 BC), Turkey (c. 12,000 BC), Bolivia (c. 15,000 BC), Indonesia (c. 22,000 BC), and, most intriguingly, in Antarctica.

To explore these remarkable finds, this book has four primary purposes: 1) to present archaeological and other competent evidence demonstrating that civilizations of tremendous antiquity once existed on our planetâ??evidence either known, inexactly known, or currently tentative; 2) to examine evidence regarding the true age of those civilizations; 3) to explore the possible origins of those civilizations; and 4) to reveal the profound esoteric knowledge and technical abilities possessed by the cultures of those civilizations.

Organization & Content: Part I of this book explores the true antiquity of civilization on this planet, examines the ancient traditions and theogonies that shed light on the existence and age of prehistoric civilizations, details the substantial evidence for a Paleocene civilization on the Antarctic continent 55 million years ago, and takes an inside look at recent astronomical and cosmological discoveries.

As the study of antiquity is properly accounted purely academic except as it may be made living knowledge which illuminates and enriches our contemporary life, Parts II and III of this book explore the extremely rare arcane knowledge of the ancient world, along with the powerful abilities that can be attained from the study of that knowledge, ones that convey benefits of great value in our modern world.

Doubtless many of the very earliest chapters of our planet’s history will lie forever silent under her most desolate soil and deepest waters, yet extant legends and traditions have been too readily set asideâ??academic pedants love to brand as mythical the accounts which have endured the millennia, and which mischievously persist.

We invite you to explore amazing discoveries and knowledge that for long millenniums has remained concealed under layers of legend, myth, and secrecy. A truly incomparable book for anyone interested in greatly expanding their knowledge and personal power, and especially fascinating for anyone interested in the realities behind the ubiquitous legends of antediluvian civilizations and the possibility of ancient extraterrestrial influences.

New Release, Kindle e-reader page count 295 (estimated, actual count varies with the reading device used). For more information, please see the â??Look Inside’ feature on this page. Thank you.

Library-Cataloging-Data: ancient civilizations, archaeological discoveries, Antarctica, lost civilizations, ancient mysteries, extraterrestrial influences, star beings, esoteric knowledge, Ancient Egypt, arcane knowledge, metaphysical, esoteric, secret knowledge, ancient legends



The Old Roman World – The Grandeur and Failure of its Civilization

by John Lord

I propose to describe the Greatness and the Misery of the old Roman world; nor is there any thing in history more suggestive and instructive.
            A little city, founded by robbers on the banks of the Tiber, rises gradually into importance, although the great cities of the East are scarcely conscious of its existence. Its early struggles simply arrest the attention, and excite the jealousy, of the neighboring nations. The citizens of this little state are warriors, and, either for defense or glory, they subdue one after another the cities of Latium and Etruria, then the whole of Italy, and finally the old monarchies and empires of the world. In two hundred and fifty years the citizens have become nobles, and a great aristocracy is founded, which lasts eight hundred years. Their aggressive policy and unbounded ambition involve the whole world in war, which does not cease until all the nations known to the Greeks acknowledge their sway. Everywhere Roman laws, language, and institutions spread. A vast empire arises, larger than the Assyrian and the Macedonian combined,â??a universal empire,â??a great wonder and mystery, having all the grandeur of a providential event. It becomes too great to be governed by an oligarchy of nobles. Civil wars create an imperator, who, uniting in himself all the great offices of state, and sustained by the conquering legions, rules from East to West and from North to South, with absolute and undivided sovereignty. The Caesars reach the summit of human greatness and power, and the city of Romulus becomes the haughty mistress of the world. The emperor is worshiped as a deity, and the proud metropolis calls herself eternal. An empire is established by force of arms and by a uniform policy, such as this world has not seen before or since…



Alexander der GroÃ?e – Memoiren seines Leibrosses Bukephalos: Hörspiel (German Edition)

by Phil Humor

Das berühmteste Pferd der Antike entsinnt sich, ist in Memoiren-Stimmung – und gibt ein bisschen an mit seinem Besitzer, den es lieber als Freund bezeichnet; und seinen Dienst als Leibross, Streitross sieht Bukephalos eher als Freundschaftsdienst. Immer wieder erwähnt er gerne, dass Alexander der GroÃ?e ihn erwarb für 13 Talente! Talentiertes Pferd.



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