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Ordo administrandi Sacramenta et alia qu dam officia ecclesiastica rite peragendi in Missione Anglicana ex Rituali Romano extractus nonnullis adjectis ex antiquo Rituali Anglicano Appendix to the Ritual etc

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Missione apostolica al Patriarca e Maroniti del Monte Libano A Voyage to Mount Libanus wherein is an account of the customs manners c of the Turks Also a description of Candia Nicosia Tripoly Alexandretta c With copious remarks upon several passages relating to the Turks Maronites etc The editor s dedicatory epistle signed

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Official Catholic Directory for the Year of Our Lord

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The Christianisation of Malta

Author: Mario Buhagiar
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This study investigates the origins and consolidation of Latin Christianity and consequent way of life in the Maltese Islands, up to around 1530 AD. It is the outcome of several years of research on the written and unwritten sources, the partial, and at times conflicting, results of several independent aspects of which have been reported and discussed. The volume is, therefore, an analysis and interpretation of conclusions and hypotheses that have been circulating over the last decade. Chapter 1) The Shipwreck Controversy - Pauline Legends and Traditions; Chapter 2) The Roman Prelude to Early Christian Malta; Chapter 3) Rock-Cut Tombs and Miniature Catacombs; Chapter 4) Tas-Silg and San Pawl Milqi; Chapter 5) Byzantine Malta; Chapter 6) The Arab Conquest and the Change to Islam; Chapter 7) The Muslims of Norman Malta; Chapter 8) The Christianization of Malta; Chapter 9) The Late Medieval Churches; Chapter 10) The Latinization of Malta and the Maltese Diocese.


Aramaic Graffiti from Hatra

Author: Marco Moriggi
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Graffiti are an often neglected but crucial witness to everyday life of ancient civilizations. The Aramaic graffiti from Hatra (North Iraq) can make an invaluable contribution in this sense, distributed as they were in various buildings throughout this city which flourished between the 1st and the 3rd century AD. Thanks to an effective interaction between epigraphy and archaeology, Marco Moriggi and Ilaria Bucci offer a thorough analysis of the Aramaic graffiti from Hatra as documented by the Archive of the Missione Archeologica Italiana (Turin). In addition to the edition of 48 published and 37 unpublished graffiti, this study further includes the concordances of numbers of all Hatran texts published so far and full archaeological information about the graffiti.


The Eagle and the Cross

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Siculo Norman Art Islamic Culture in Medieval Sicily

Author: Nicola Giuliano Leone
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Le lune del sistema solare

Author: Stefano Tosi
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Neither Eagles Nor Saints

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The Atlantic in World History

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As Europeans began to move into the Atlantic in the late fifteenth century, first encountering islands and then two continents across the sea, they initiated a process that revolutionized the lives of people everywhere. American foods enriched their diets. Furs, precious metals, dyes, and many other products underwrote new luxury trades, and tobacco became the first consumer craze as the price plummeted with ever-enlarging production. Much of the technology that made new initiatives, such as sailing out of sight of land, possibly drew on Asian advances that came into Europe through North Africa. Sugar and other crops came along the same routes, and Europeans found American environments ideal for their cultivation. Leaders along the African coast controlled the developing trade with Europeans, and products from around the Atlantic entered African life. As American plantations were organized on an industrial scale, they became voracious consumers of labor. American Indians, European indentured servants, and enslaved Africans were all employed, and over time slavery became the predominant labor system in the plantation economies. American Indians adopted imported technologies and goods to enhance their own lives, but diseases endemic in the rest of the world to which Americans had no acquired immunity led to dramatic population decline in some areas. From Brazil to Canada, Indians withdrew into the interior, where they formed large and powerful new confederations. Atlantic exchange opened new possibilities. All around the ocean, states that had been marginal to the main centers in the continents' interiors now found themselves at the forefront of developing trades with the promise of wealth and power. European women and men whose prospects were circumscribed at home saw potential in emigration. Economic aspirations beckoned large numbers, but also, in the maelstrom following the Reformation, others sought the chance to worship as they saw fit. Many saw their hopes dashed, but some succeeded as they had desired. Ultimately, as people of African and European descent came to predominate in American populations, they broke political ties to Europe and reshaped transatlantic relationships.