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Suggested Books

Here is a list of suggested books. Click on the title to see a book description or click on the book to get it from Amazon. You are welcome to review any of the books listed. This page is updated regularly.

Saturday, March 16, 2019 - 03:41

Author(s):
Gabriela Jurosz-Landa

An initiate’s inside account of ancient Maya spiritual practices alive today

• Includes a Foreword by José Luis Tigüilá NABÉ kaxbaltzij, spokesperson of the Maya municipality 

• Details the initiation process the...Read more

Friday, March 1, 2019 - 01:21

Author(s):
Barry Cunliffe

The last Ice Age, which came to an end about 12,000 years ago, swept the bands of hunter gatherers from the face of the land that was to become Britain and Ireland, but as the ice sheets retreated and the climate improved so human groups...Read more

Friday, March 1, 2019 - 01:20

Author(s):
Carolyn E. Boyd

The prehistoric hunter-gatherers of the Lower Pecos Canyonlands of Texas and Coahuila, Mexico, created some of the most spectacularly complex, colorful, extensive, and enduring rock art of the ancient world. Perhaps the greatest of these...Read more

Friday, March 1, 2019 - 01:19

Author(s):
Elizabeth Wayland Barber

New discoveries about the textile arts reveal women's unexpectedly influential role in ancient societies.

Twenty thousand years ago, women were making and wearing the first clothing created from spun fibers. In fact, right up to...Read more

Friday, March 1, 2019 - 01:18

Author(s):
Bruce W. Longenecker

Transported two thousand years into the past, readers are introduced to Antipas, a Roman civic leader who has encountered the writings of the biblical author Luke. Luke's history sparks Antipas's interest, and they begin corresponding....Read more

Friday, March 1, 2019 - 01:17

Author(s):
John Hale

Lords of the Sea tells the true history behind the upcoming blockbuster 300: Rise of an Empire and how the Athenians established the modern world as we know it. 300: Rise of an Empire is the bloody epic based on the graphic novel....Read more

Friday, March 1, 2019 - 01:15

Author(s):
Mike Aquilina, James L. Papandrea

Combining history, politics, and religion, Mike Aquilina and Jim Papandrea provide practical lessons to be learned from the struggles of the Early Church, lessons that can be applied to the day-to-day lives of Christian readers.

...Read more

Friday, March 1, 2019 - 01:14

Author(s):
John Gaudet

For our entire history, humans have always searched for new ways to share information. This innate compulsion led to the origin of writing on the rock walls of caves and coffin lids or carving on tablets. But it was with the advent of...Read more

Saturday, February 23, 2019 - 01:25

Author(s):
Charles D. Stanton

Following the fall of Rome, the sea is increasingly the stage upon which the human struggle of western civilization is played out. In a world of few roads and great disorder, the sea is the medium on which power is projected and wealth...Read more

Saturday, February 23, 2019 - 01:23

Author(s):
M. Doreal

The history of the tablets translated in the following pages is strange and beyond the belief of modern scientists. Their antiquity is stupendous, dating back some 36,000 years B.C. The writer is Thoth, an Atlantean Priest-King, who...Read more

Saturday, February 23, 2019 - 01:22

Author(s):
Myke Cole

From the time of Ancient Sumeria, the heavy infantry phalanx dominated the battlefield. Armed with spears or pikes, standing shoulder to shoulder with shields interlocking, the men of the phalanx presented an impenetrable wall of wood...Read more

Saturday, February 23, 2019 - 01:17

Author(s):
Robert L. O'Connell

For millennia, Carthage’s triumph over Rome at Cannae in 216 B.C. has inspired reverence and awe. No general since has matched Hannibal’s most unexpected, innovative, and brutal military victory. Now Robert L. O’Connell, one of the most...Read more

Saturday, February 23, 2019 - 01:12

Author(s):
Mike Duncan

The creator of the award-winning podcast series The History of Rome and Revolutions brings to life the bloody battles, political machinations, and human drama that set the stage for the fall of the Roman Republic.

The Roman...Read more

Saturday, February 16, 2019 - 01:36

Author(s):
Rob Skiba

This book contains an introduction by Rob Skiba, followed by an example of how Genesis, 1 Enoch, Jasher and Jubilees can by synchronized to tell a very detailed story concerning "The Genesis Six Experiment." Following that section is a...Read more

Saturday, February 16, 2019 - 01:36

Author(s):
E. A. Wallis Budge

Explore the riveting impact of magic on ancient Egyptian civilization, from birth, to love and marriage, to the rituals of death and the afterlife!

First published in 1899, Egyptian Magic is a classic work of one of the most...Read more

Saturday, February 16, 2019 - 01:35

Author(s):
John Dolan

We recognize the names: Achilles, Odysseus, Zeus, and Apollo. We're taught that The Iliad is a foundational text of civilization. But who has really read the text? Until now, The Iliad was hijacked by academics and used to bludgeon...Read more

Saturday, February 16, 2019 - 01:34

Author(s):
Dr. M. Doreal, Kristen A. Vasques, Doreal

The history of the Emerald Tablets is strange and beyond the belief of modern scientists. Their antiquity is stupendous, dating back some 36,000 years B.C. The author is Thoth, an Atlantean Priest-King who founded a colony in ancient...Read more

Saturday, February 16, 2019 - 01:33

Author(s):
George Hodges

An engaging introduction to the history of the early church from its emergence in the Mediterranean world dominated by Rome until the fall of Rome in the age of Augustine. Relates the story of Christianity's struggle for life during the...Read more

Saturday, February 16, 2019 - 01:28

Author(s):
Kara Cooney

An engrossing biography of the longest-reigning female pharaoh in Ancient Egypt and the story of her audacious rise to power.

Hatshepsut—the daughter of a general who usurped Egypt's throne—was expected to bear the sons who would...Read more

Saturday, January 26, 2019 - 03:04

Author(s):
Raoul McLaughlin

The ancient evidence suggests that international commerce supplied Roman government with up to a third of the revenues that sustained their empire. In ancient times large fleets of Roman merchant ships set sail from Egypt on voyages...Read more

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