Every Inch A King

Author: Lynette Mitchell
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004228977
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Drawing on studies of kings from Cyrus to Shah Abbas, this volume provides a rich variety of readings on royal authority and its limitations in medieval societies in both Europe and the Middle East, exemplified especially in the case of ...

Treading On Kings

Author: Joel Sternfeld
Publisher: Steidl / Edition7L
Size: 10.10 MB
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Walking and running the streets with the demonstrators, photographing and recording the comments of individuals as circumstances allowed, he made the series of quick portraits and accompanying statements that forms the heart of this book.

Basic Facts On Kings And Queens Of England

Author: Daniel I Davies
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 146204123X
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... 1910 -1936 Richard III 1483 -1485 Edward VIII 1936 Henry VII 1485 -1509
George VI 1936 -1952 Henry VIII 1509 -1547 Elizabeth II 1952 Lady Jane Grey
ruled for 9 days on death of Edward VI in 1553 41 KINGS AND QUEENS From
1066 ...

No Tolerance For Tyrants

Author: Robert Gnuse
Publisher: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 9780814680070
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If we attend to these stories of freedom, we will work toward ending political abuses and foster liberation and equality.

On Kings

Author: David Graeber
Publisher: Hau
ISBN: 9780986132506
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This collection of essays by a teacher and his student -- two of the world's most distinguished anthropologists-- explores what kingship actually is, historically and anthropologically.

Keating On Kings

Author: Dan Keating
ISBN: 9780977427307
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Dan also breaks down techniques so that any angler can understand them. He has created a book that will help anyone.

Martin Luther King Jr And The Theology Of Resistance

Author: Rufus Burrow, Jr.
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476617325
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To adequately appreciate Rufus Burrow, Jr.'s writings on Martin Luther King, Jr.,
in general and his writings on King's theological social ethics in particular, one
first needs to appreciate Burrow as a master teacher-scholar. That is to say,
Burrow ...