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Disorganized Crime

Author : Alex King
ISBN : 1507763875
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Kat Makris was just a kid when her father spun wild and gruesome bedtime stories about Baboulas, the Greek boogeyman, a fearsome creature with a penchant for stealing gold and clashing with the gods. Now Kat is twenty-eight, single, an only child halfway to orphaned, and her father's weirdo fairytales lie crumpled at the bottom of her childhood closet, in the house where she still lives. But when her father is abducted by men with crooked noses, she discovers his old stories were true-true crime, that is. What does Kat know about crime? Nothing, that's what. Her only transgression, to date, is underage drinking. Even her driving record is pristine. Her couch-to-cubicle existence shattered by his kidnapping, and the discovery of his secret and deadly past as a mobster for the Greek mafia, Kat is determined to find her father, even if it means forming an unholy and felonious alliance with Greece's boogeyman ...

Author : Δημήτρης Φιλιππίδης
ISBN : 9602441224
Genre : Athens (Greece)
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Strat Gikon

Author : Kekaumenos
ISBN : UOM:39015029733162
Genre : Nobility
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Hebrew Aramaic Index To The Septuagint

Author : T. Muraoka
ISBN : STANFORD:36105028482904
Genre : Religion
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An internationally renowned Septuagint scholar has compiled a user-friendly Hebrew index to the Septuagint. The index is keyed to the Hatch and Redpath Concordance.

Ioannis Scylitzae Synopsis Historiarum

Author : John Scylitzes
ISBN : UCLA:31158004521547
Genre : Byzantine Empire
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Author : Edmond Cros
ISBN : 9600113408
Genre : Criticism
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Author : Στέφανος Κακλαμάνης
ISBN : UOM:39015056114757
Genre : Byzantine literature
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Nikephoros Ii Phokas 963 969

Author : Taxiarchis G. Kolias
ISBN : UOM:39015029733014
Genre : Byzantine Empire
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Les Novelles Des Empereurs Macedoniens Concernant La Terre Et Les Stratiotes

Author : Byzantine Empire
ISBN : OCLC:256968452
Genre : Byzantine emperors
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La Vie D Tienne Le Jeune Par Tienne Le Diacre

Author : Stephen (the Deacon)
ISBN : UOM:39015040532379
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Life of Stephen the Younger is one of the rare sources for Byzantium in the 'Dark Ages' and one of the key witnesses to the history of Iconoclasm. This book presents a new edition of the text, together with a French translation and commentary, and an important introduction. Stephen was a hermit, killed in 765 at the order of the emperor Constantine V; his Life was written in 809, some forty years after the 7th Ecumenical Council, Nicaea II, at which Orthodoxy was affirmed. Professor Auzépy shows how the Life reflects the politics of the era, both those of the patriarchate on which the author depended, and of the female monastery near which Stephen had lived, and transforms the probable victim of a failed political plot into a Christ-like figure martyred by a diabolic emperor.La Vie d'Etienne le Jeune est une des rares sources sur l'histoire de Byzance durant le Haut Moyen-Age et un témoignage majeur de la querelle iconoclaste. Cet ouvrage, comprenant une importante introduction, présente une nouvelle édition du texte, accompagnée d'une traduction française annotée. Etienne est un ermite qui fut assassiné en 765 sur l'ordre de l'empereur Constantin V. Sa Vie fut écrite en 809, une quarantaine d'années après le septième concile Åcuménique de Nicée II, au cours duquel fut affirmé l'Orthodoxie. Le professeur Auzépy démontre comment la Vie reflète les enjeux politiques de cette époque, ceux du patriarcat dont l'auteur dépendait comme ceux du monastère de femmes auprès duquel Etienne a vécu, et comment la Vie transforme son héros, probablement mis à mort dans le cadre d'un complot, en une figure de saint moine martyrisé par un empereur diabolique.Winner of the Prix Charles Diehl de l'Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres 1999.

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