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Publisher: Houghton and Mifflin: 1959
Edition: First Printing
Seller ID: 2026
Condition: Good+ in Fair dust jacket
8vo; 443 pages; The defeat of the Spanish Armadawas not only the first modern naval battle, but a climatic event in the birth of modern Europe. Here the story is told in vivid detail, from original sources, as part of the larger drama of diplomacy in the age of Elizabeth. View more info
By: Perl, Lila
Publisher: Scholastic: 1987
Seller ID: 4469
Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket
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By: Stanley, Henry M
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons: 1890
Seller ID: 6604
Condition: Good with no dust jacket; Usual x-lib. Markings. Light corner wear. Light tanning to page edges.
Volume 1 is 547 pages and volume 2 is 540 pages. ; Ex-Library; With two steel engravings and one hundred and fifty illustrations and maps. This includes both volumes of a two volume set . If shipping out of the United States there will be an extra shipping charge due to the size and weight of the 2 volume set. View more info
Publisher: The MacMillan Company: 1936
Seller ID: 5028
Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket; Very few markings.
Ex-Libris; 304 pages; MEXICAN MARTYRDOM is a series of true stories of the terrible anti-Catholic persecutions which took place in Mexico in the 1920's. Told by the Jesuit priest, Fr. Wilfrid Parsons, these stories are based upon cases he had seen himself or that had been described to him personally by Mexican people who had undergone the atrocities of those times. View more info
Publisher: Tan Books: 1936, 1987
Seller ID: 2779
Condition: Good with no dust jacket; Small bend in cover. Previous owners name on a bookplate inside. Binding is nice and tight. Inside pages nice and clean.
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Publisher: Secker & Warburg: 1964
Seller ID: 5590
Condition: Good+ in Good+ dust jacket; Usual x-lib. Markings.
Ex-Library; 318 pages; Map of Palestine in Josephus's time. Titus Flavius Josephus (37-100) , also called Joseph ben Matityahu, was a 1st-century Romano-Jewish historian and hagiographer who was born in Jerusalem, then part of Roman Judea, to a father of priestly descent and a mother who claimed royal ancestry. He first fought against the Romans but later became a Roman citizen, and advisor to Titus - son of Vespasius and was noted for his recording of Jewish history. View more info