Krug N Il Guerriero Il Mago E Il Cacciatore

Autore: L. A. Beaver
Editore: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1291024832
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Duemila anni dopo la Guerra delle Razze, il continente di Harith si e risvegliato in un'epoca buia. Voci di guerra corrono dalla Contea di Meltar: la famiglia dei Conti e caduta, una setta di fanatici ha preso il potere instaurando un regime di terrore, e ora brama la conquista delle altre Contee della confederazione. In questa terra leggendaria e maledetta, fatta di sospiri, lamenti e speranze, travolta dalla guerra e in balia del veloce susseguirsi di eventi, sta per accadere qualcosa, qualcosa di terribile, qualcosa di dimenticato...http: //www.krugan.or

Revista Funda Iei Dr Gan

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Working With Emotional Intelligence

Autore: Daniel Goleman
Editore: Bantam
ISBN: 0553903217
Grandezza: 13,56 MB
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Do you have what it takes to succeed in your career? The secret of success is not what they taught you in school. What matters most is not IQ, not a business school degree, not even technical know-how or years of expertise. The single most important factor in job performance and advancement is emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is actually a set of skills that anyone can acquire, and in this practical guide, Daniel Goleman identifies them, explains their importance, and shows how they can be fostered. For leaders, emotional intelligence is almost 90 percent of what sets stars apart from the mediocre. As Goleman documents, it's the essential ingredient for reaching and staying at the top in any field, even in high-tech careers. And organizations that learn to operate in emotionally intelligent ways are the companies that will remain vital and dynamic in the competitive marketplace of today—and the future.

Archeologia Medievale

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From Atlantis To The Sphinx

Autore: Colin Wilson
Editore: Weiser Books
ISBN: 9781578633067
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In this compelling book, Colin Wilson argues that thousands of years before ancient Egypt and Greece held sway, there was a great civilization whose ships traveled the world from China to Antarctica. Their advanced knowledge of science, mathematics, and astronomy was passed on to descendants who escaped to Egypt and South America. From Atlantis to the Sphinx bases this assertion on a true fact: that archaeologists and geologists are at odds over the age of the Sphinx. Archaeologists claim that the Sphinx dates to classical dynastic Egypt, around 2,400 b.c. But some geologists claim that it could have been built as early as 7,000 to 10,500 b.c. The geologists' claim is based on the curious fact that the erosion of the Sphinx is more characteristic of water erosion than that of wind and sand. Starting from the assumption that there was an advanced civilization in existence much earlier than previously thought, Wilson goes on to claim that it could very well be Atlantis--not a literal island that sank, but more of a great civilization that either declined naturally or experienced a great catastrophe, passing on only a fraction of its knowledge to other peoples. From Atlantis to the Sphinx delves into what might have been a completely different knowledge system from that of modern man--one as alien to us as that of the Martians. The book sets out to reconstruct that ancient knowledge in a fascinating exploration of the remote depths of history, a ground-breaking attempt to understand how these long-forgotten peoples thought, felt, and communicated with the universe.

A Cosmos In Stone

Autore: David J. Lewis-Williams
Editore: Rowman Altamira
ISBN: 0759116717
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J. David Lewis-Williams is world renowned for his work on the rock art of Southern Africa. In this volume, Lewis-Williams describes the key steps in his evolving journey to understand these images painted on stone. He describes the development of technical methods of interpreting rock paintings of the 1970s, shows how a growing understanding of San mythology, cosmology, and ethnography helped decode the complex paintings, and traces the development of neuropsychological models for understanding the relationship between belief systems and rock art. The author then applies his theories to the famous rock paintings of prehistoric Western Europe in an attempt to develop a comprehensive theory of rock art. For students of rock art, archaeology, ethnography, comparative religion, and art history, Lewis-Williams' book will be a provocative read and an important reference.

Isis In The Ancient World

Autore: R. E. Witt
Editore: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801856426
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"A pioneering book by an author who knows how to use archaeological as well as literary evidence. It is an important contribution to an understanding of the religious attitudes of ordinary men and women who lived under the rule of the Caesars." -- Times Literary Supplement

The Origins Of Music

Autore: Nils Lennart Wallin
Editore: MIT Press
ISBN: 9780262731430
Grandezza: 60,82 MB
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The book can be viewed as representing the birth of evolutionary biomusicology.

Aspects Of Anglo Saxon Magic

Autore: Bill Griffiths
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Animal sacrifice, elf charms, amulets, divination, astronomy, astrology: an investigation into the practice, methods and ideas associated with Anglo-Saxon magic. The evidence presented is wide-ranging and authoritative. Inevitably some of the sources are familiar, but in association with archaeology, or other less frequently consulted texts, new perspectives are revealed. The book is accompanied by a large selection of the most relevant material, presented in the original and translated.

Falling Out Of Time

Autore: David Grossman
Editore: Vintage
ISBN: 0385350147
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In this compassionate and genre-defying drama the internationally acclaimed author of To the End of the Land weaves an incandescent tale of parental grief. A powerful distillation of the experience of understanding and acceptance, and of art’s triumph over death, Falling Out of Time is part play, part prose, and pure poetry. As Grossman’s characters ultimately find solace and hope through their communal acts of mourning, readers will find comfort in their clamorous vitality, and in the gift of storytelling—a realm where loss is not an absence, but a life force in its own right.