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Knights of Sidonia Master Edition volume 6

Author : Tsutomu Nihei
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One of the manga world's most intriguing artist returns with a science-fiction tour de force which combines post apocolyptic action, modern sci-fi video game tropes and a traditional Japanese aesthetic in The Knights of Sidonia. Knights of Sidonia has been complied into a Master Edition featuring larger print, colored inserts and omibused volumes. Each Master's Edition volume compiles 2.5 volumes of the original Knights of Sidonia volumes.

Knights of Sidonia Master Edition 2

Author : Tsutomu Nihei
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One of the manga world's most intriguing artist returns with a science-fiction tour de force which combines post apocolyptic action, modern sci-fi video game tropes and a traditional Japanese aesthetic in The Knights of Sidonia. Knights of Sidonia has been complied into a Master Edition featuring larger print, colored inserts and omibused volumes. Each Master's Edition volume compiles 2.5 volumes of the original Knights of Sidonia volumes.

Knights of Sidonia Volume 9

Author : Tsutomu Nihei
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If humanity’s latest bold experiment, Tsumugi Shiraui, can be said to have a mother, it would be the Hawk Moth, which provided the placenta. Their fateful encounter on Planet Nine will spell the end of one of them.

Sidonia the Sorceress

Author : Wilhelm Meinhold
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Sidonia the Sorceress Complete

Author : Wilhelm Meinhold
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Spanish Women in the Golden Age

Author : Magdalena S. Sánchez
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Examines the position of women in the religious, political, literary, and economic life of early modern Spain.

Knights on the Frontier

Author : Ana Echevarría
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The kings of Castile maintained a personal cavalry guard through much of the fifteenth century, consisting of practicing Muslims and converts to Christianity. This privileged Muslim elite provides an interesting case-study to propose new theories about voluntary conversion from Christianity to Islam in the Iberian Peninsula, as well as the ways of assimilation of such a group into the local and courtly environments where they lived thereafter. Other subjects involved are the transformation of royal armies from feudal companies to regimented, professional forces including a well-trained cavalry, which in Castile was formed partly by these knights. Their descendants had to endure the changing policies conveyed by Isabel and Fernando, which increased discriminatory habits towards converts in Castilian society.

The Principal Navigations Voyages Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

Author : Richard Hakluyt
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This twelve-volume edition of the geographical works of Richard Hakluyt (1552?-1616) was published in 1903-5.

The Crusades and the Expansion of Catholic Christendom 1000 1714

Author : John France
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The Crusades and the Expansion of Catholic Christendom, 1000-1714 is a fascinating and accessible survey that places the medieval Crusades in their European context, and examines, for the first time, their impact on European expansion. Taking a unique approach that focuses on the motivation behind the Crusades, John France chronologically examines the whole crusading movement, from the development of a ‘crusading impulse’ in the eleventh century through to an examination of the relationship between the Crusades and the imperialist imperatives of the early modern period. France provides a detailed examination of the first Crusade, the expansion and climax of crusading during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries and the failure and fragmentation of such practices in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Concluding with an assessment of the influence of the Crusades across history, and replete with illustrations, maps, timelines, guides for further reading, and a detailed list of rulers across Europe and the Muslim world, this study provides students with an essential guide to a central aspect of medieval history.

Calendar of State Papers

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