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Acolyte of Hades Brody Wood
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Size: 4.25" x 6.87"
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The Acolyte of Hades, a born hero. His story only told through this book. A continuation and explanation of the first, Acolyte of Ares. "What if Gaius really is gone… Would I have what it takes to kill him?" What if, no, how. Read more in this Greek mythology book, and make sure to read the first if you haven't already!
The Athletic-Hero: Transcendence, Freedom & Flourishing - Volume I: Emergence Dr. Jordan B. Goldstein
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Size: 6" x 9"
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Use history's power to aim at your highest potential Be the hero in a world of victims Give back your participation trophies and step into the world of athletic legends Sport Historian Dr. Goldstein reveals history's secrets to provide powerful lessons you can use to better your life and community This isn't your the typical boring academic book You know the kind where even the author falls asleep after ten pages Dr. Goldstein's writing is easy to read, entertaining, and actionable Why bother writing it? There's a general weakness in our culture today Weak thinkers, weak bodies, and weak souls Weakening traditions, weakening communities, and weakening societi ...
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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In 1993, on a shipwreck survey of the Western Turkish coast, the Kizilburun column wreck was discovered. Excavated ceramics suggest the date of the Kizilburun shipwreck lies in the first century B.C.E. Analyses of the marble have revealed that the ship carried a cargo of monumental Proconnesian marble in the form of 8 column drums, a capital and various other pieces. Subsequent investigations point to a likely destination for the ancient city of Claros on the Karian coast of Asia Minor (modern Turkey). Between 2005 and 2009 excavations were carried out on the column wreck by an international team of archaeologists. Wood recording and close examination was conducted by Mr. Littlefiel ...