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Dalraiada
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This is the third of a trilogy of Dark Age and early Medieval Scottish history by Dr MacPhee. In it she uncovers the Irish origins of the Scots of Dalriada and describes their eventual union with the other three early kingdoms of fledgling Scotland, that of the Picts, the Britons and the Angles. By the time that the three princes of the royal MacErc dynasty of Scots from Irish Dàl Rìata had crossed the North Channel to found the new colony of Scottish Dàl Rìata in 501AD, the latter was beginning to overtake its Irish counterpart in importance, and was soon to become the beautiful independent kingdom of Scottish Dalriada --- an integral part of the widespread province of ancient Argyll. It is from this Dalriadic Irish culture, with its Gaelic Celtic language, that Scotland's identity originally sprang. Great names abound in this enthralling account, among them Dunadd Fort, the sacred isle of Iona, the charismatic Saint Columba, the warlord King Kenneth MacAlpin, Somerled 'Hammer of the Norse', Glencoe, Culloden Moor and many others. The story of Dalriada is the very essence of the race and the land of the Scots.

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Yves Saint Laurent Duftset

Kreativität, Leidenschaft, Erfolg: Erschaffen Sie die Welt von morgen mit Y Eau de Parfum, einem Duft, der eine ungekannte Intensität birgt – für den Mann, der etwas riskiert, um seine Träume Realität werden zu lassen. Was ist Ihre

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Mediterranean Winter
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In Mediterranean Winter, Robert D. Kaplan, the bestselling author of Balkan Ghosts and Eastward to Tartary, relives an austere, haunting journey he took as a youth through the off-season Mediterranean. The awnings are rolled up and the other tourists are gone, so the damp, cold weather takes him back to the 1950s and earlier—a golden, intensely personal age of tourism. Decades ago, Kaplan voyaged from North Africa to Italy, Yugoslavia, and Greece, luxuriating in the radical freedom of youth, unaccountable to time because there was always time to make up for a mistake. He recalls that journey in this Persian miniature of a book, less to look inward into his own past than to look outward in order to dissect the process of learning through travel, in which a succession of new landscapes can lead to books and artwork never before encountered. Kaplan first imagines Tunis as the glow of gypsum lamps shimmering against lime-washed mosques; the city he actually discovers is even more intoxicating. He takes the reader to the ramparts of a Turkish kasbah where Carthaginian, Roman, and Byzantine forts once stood: 'I could see deep into Algeria over a rib-work of hills so gaunt it seemed the wind had torn the flesh off them.” In these austere and aromatic surroundings he discovers Saint Augustine; the courtyards of Tunis lead him to the historical writings of Ibn Khaldun. Kaplan takes us to the fifth-century Greek temple at Segesta, where he reflects on the ill-fated Athenian invasion of Sicily. At Hadrian's villa, 'Shattered domes revealed clouds moving overhead in countless visions of eternity. It was a place made for silence and for contemplation, where you wanted a book handy. Every corner was a cloister. No view was panoramic: each seemed deliberately composed.” Kaplan's bus and train travels, his nighttime boat voyages, and his long walks in one archaeological site after another lead him to subjects as varied as the Berber threat to Carthage; the Roman army's hunt for the warlord Jugurtha; the legacy of Byzantine art; the medieval Greek philosopher Georgios Gemistos Plethon, who helped kindle the Italian Renaissance; twentieth-century British literary writing about Greece; and the links between Rodin and the Croa- tian sculptor Ivan Mestrovic. Within these pages are smells, tastes, and the profundity of chance encounters. Mediterranean Winter begins in Rodin's sculpture garden in Paris, passes through the gritty streets of Marseilles, and ends with a moving epiphany about Greece as the world prepares for the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. Mediterranean Winter is the story of an education. It is filled with memories and history, not the author's alone, but humanity's as well.

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Dainese Saint Germain GoreTex Motorrad Textilja...

Dainese Saint Germain GoreTex Motorrad TextiljackeAllgemeine Merkmale:2 Außentaschen vorne 2 Taschen an der inneren Daunenjacke Kopfhörerdurchführungen Innentasche für Smartphone reflektierende Einsätze (können \'versteckt\' werden) abnehmbare

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Dalraiada
16,99 € *
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This is the third of a trilogy of Dark Age and early Medieval Scottish history by Dr MacPhee. In it she uncovers the Irish origins of the Scots of Dalriada and describes their eventual union with the other three early kingdoms of fledgling Scotland, that of the Picts, the Britons and the Angles. By the time that the three princes of the royal MacErc dynasty of Scots from Irish Dàl Rìata had crossed the North Channel to found the new colony of Scottish Dàl Rìata in 501AD, the latter was beginning to overtake its Irish counterpart in importance, and was soon to become the beautiful independent kingdom of Scottish Dalriada --- an integral part of the widespread province of ancient Argyll. It is from this Dalriadic Irish culture, with its Gaelic Celtic language, that Scotland's identity originally sprang. Great names abound in this enthralling account, among them Dunadd Fort, the sacred isle of Iona, the charismatic Saint Columba, the warlord King Kenneth MacAlpin, Somerled 'Hammer of the Norse', Glencoe, Culloden Moor and many others. The story of Dalriada is the very essence of the race and the land of the Scots.

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Guido Maria Kretschmer Home&Living Big-Sofa Sai...

Guido Maria Kretschmer Home & Living - DIE NEUE DESIGNER KOLLEKTION FÜR IHR ZUHAUSE. Die exklusive Guido Maria Kretschmer - Kollektion bringt Eleganz und Modernität in Ihr Zuhause und da wo es wichtig ist, auch eine Natürlichkeit, die sie spüren

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Mediterranean Winter
16,49 € *
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In Mediterranean Winter, Robert D. Kaplan, the bestselling author of Balkan Ghosts and Eastward to Tartary, relives an austere, haunting journey he took as a youth through the off-season Mediterranean. The awnings are rolled up and the other tourists are gone, so the damp, cold weather takes him back to the 1950s and earlier—a golden, intensely personal age of tourism. Decades ago, Kaplan voyaged from North Africa to Italy, Yugoslavia, and Greece, luxuriating in the radical freedom of youth, unaccountable to time because there was always time to make up for a mistake. He recalls that journey in this Persian miniature of a book, less to look inward into his own past than to look outward in order to dissect the process of learning through travel, in which a succession of new landscapes can lead to books and artwork never before encountered. Kaplan first imagines Tunis as the glow of gypsum lamps shimmering against lime-washed mosques; the city he actually discovers is even more intoxicating. He takes the reader to the ramparts of a Turkish kasbah where Carthaginian, Roman, and Byzantine forts once stood: 'I could see deep into Algeria over a rib-work of hills so gaunt it seemed the wind had torn the flesh off them.” In these austere and aromatic surroundings he discovers Saint Augustine; the courtyards of Tunis lead him to the historical writings of Ibn Khaldun. Kaplan takes us to the fifth-century Greek temple at Segesta, where he reflects on the ill-fated Athenian invasion of Sicily. At Hadrian's villa, 'Shattered domes revealed clouds moving overhead in countless visions of eternity. It was a place made for silence and for contemplation, where you wanted a book handy. Every corner was a cloister. No view was panoramic: each seemed deliberately composed.” Kaplan's bus and train travels, his nighttime boat voyages, and his long walks in one archaeological site after another lead him to subjects as varied as the Berber threat to Carthage; the Roman army's hunt for the warlord Jugurtha; the legacy of Byzantine art; the medieval Greek philosopher Georgios Gemistos Plethon, who helped kindle the Italian Renaissance; twentieth-century British literary writing about Greece; and the links between Rodin and the Croa- tian sculptor Ivan Mestrovic. Within these pages are smells, tastes, and the profundity of chance encounters. Mediterranean Winter begins in Rodin's sculpture garden in Paris, passes through the gritty streets of Marseilles, and ends with a moving epiphany about Greece as the world prepares for the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. Mediterranean Winter is the story of an education. It is filled with memories and history, not the author's alone, but humanity's as well.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Saint Kapuzenpullover `Saint`

Farben pro Pack: Eine Farbe pro Pack; Material: Sweatstoff; Ausschnitt: Mit Kapuze; Design: Mit Kapuze; Muster: Two Tone; Ärmellänge: Langarm; Passform: Normale Passform; Pflegehinweise: 30 °C Wäsche, Nicht trocknergeeignet, Nicht heiß bügeln

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Saint Kapuzenpullover `Saint`

Farben pro Pack: Eine Farbe pro Pack; Material: Sweatstoff; Ausschnitt: Mit Kapuze; Design: Mit Kapuze; Muster: Two Tone; Ärmellänge: Langarm; Passform: Normale Passform; Pflegehinweise: 30 °C Wäsche, Nicht trocknergeeignet, Nicht heiß bügeln

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