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Epoch 2 - 476 Attila the Hun (Volume 2)

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  1. 1828 dictionary

    1828 Dictionary (Noah Webster)

    by Noah Webster

    Noah Webster's 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language was produced during the years when the American home, church and school were established upon a Biblical and patriotic basis. It is not surprising, therefore, that the 1828 American Dictionary should contain the greatest number of Biblical definitions given in any reference volume.
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  2. Adam's Chart of History

    Adam's Chart of History

    by Sebastian Adams

    The foldout chart features detailed, full-color drawings of various stages of history, from Adam and Eve to the late 19th century, with handwritten commentary throughout. Perfect for educational settings or Sunday school walls, it includes the descriptive booklet that was originally published with the chart. Follows James Ussher's time-line from The Annals of the World, the inspiration for Adam's monumental work.
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  3. An Island Story - vol. 1 & 2 (1910)

    An Island Story - vol. 1 & 2 (1910)

    by H. E. Marshall

    Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall was one of the most popular British writers of history books for children during the early Twentieth Century. She was best known for "Our Island Story", which is a child's history of England.
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  4. Challenge on the Hill of Fire (Imagination Station 10)

    Challenge on the Hill of Fire (Imagination Station 10)

    by Marianne Hering

    Kidnapped by Celtic Druids in 433, Patrick and Beth are headed to certain death when followers of a former Irish slave (Saint Patrick, called Patritius in this book) save them. The cousins find themselves in the midst of a power struggle between Ireland's King Logaire, Patritius, and the leader of the Druids, Lochru.
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  5. Famous Men of Ancient Rome

    Famous Men of Ancient Rome

    by John Haaren

    These captivating biographical sketches offer a memorable introduction to figures from antiquity. Geared toward third- to seventh-graders, this book is excellent for reading aloud or for independent study.
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  6. Kingfisher Atlas of World History

    Kingfisher Atlas of World History

    by Simon Adams

    This paper over board edition combines all four volumes in the series, depicting the world and its people between 10000BCE and the present day. It covers all major human civilizations, from the ancient world to modern times, and examines the core curriculum themes of religion, exploration, colonization, industry, technology, war and diplomatic relations.
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  7. Life and Legacy of St. Patrick, The

    Life and Legacy of St. Patrick, The

    by Michael J. McHugh

    The Life and Legacy of Saint Patrick provides readers with a vivid portrayal of the story of this famous pioneer missionary, and how God empowered him to overcome powerful Druid occult leaders, bloodthirsty tribal chieftains, and a host of other dangers. The story of how God used this simple but courageous man to turn the hearts of many Irish people from pagan darkness to living faith, will inspire all who follow Christ in the twenty-first century to be faithful to the Great Commission.
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  8. My Book of the Centuries

    My Book of the Centuries

    by Becca Evanson

    Create your own history timeline. Pages are prepared to put in a 3-ring binder. Tabbed dividers are pre-marked, divided into years. instructions are given on how to add dates, pictures, and information of important people and events.
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  9. Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Rome

    Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Rome

    by Chris Scarre

    More than 15 centuries after its fall, the Roman Empire continues to profoundly influence world history. This atlas traces the empire's rise and fall, looking at its provinces and cities, trade and economy, armies and frontier defenses; charting its transformation into a Christian theocracy; and assessing its lasting impact. Full color.
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  10. Plutarch's Lives for Boys and Girls

    Plutarch's Lives for Boys and Girls

    by W H Weston

    Selected lives from Plutarch including six Greeks (Aristides, Themistocles, Pelopidas, Timoleon, Alexander, Philopoemen) and six Romans (Coriolanus, Tiberius Gracchus, Caius Gracchus, Caius Marius, Julius Caesar, and Brutus).
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