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Claiming The Royal Innocent Mills Boon Modern Kingdoms Crowns Book 2

Author : Jennifer Hayward
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Found When Aleksandra Dimitriou is revealed as the secret daughter of Akathinia’s former king she’s torn from her comfortable existence and thrust into the royal world...under the protection of Aristos Nicolades.

Claiming The Royal Innocent

Author : Jennifer Hayward
ISBN : 9780373134366
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Found When Aleksandra Dimitriou is revealed as the secret daughter of Akathinia's former king, she's torn from her comfortable existence and thrust into the royal world...under the protection of Aristos Nicolades. Forbidden Aristos has orders not to touch the innocent princess, but beautiful Aleksandra calls to the rebellious urges that the self-made Greek tycoon thought he overcame long ago. Forever? As the heat of their desire rises, the rules begin to evaporate. It's soon clear that the person Aristos should be protecting Aleksandra from is himself!

Marrying Her Royal Enemy Mills Boon Modern Kingdoms Crowns Book 3

Author : Jennifer Hayward
ISBN : 9781474044103
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The man she loves to hate... Most women would kill to be draped in ivory lace and walking up the aisle towards King Kostas Laskos. Stella Constantinides isn’t most women. But for peace in her kingdom, she’s agreed to marry the man she once bared her heart to with disastrous effect.

Harlequin Presents May 2016 Box Set 2 Of 2

Author : Carol Marinelli
ISBN : 9781460398036
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Harlequin® Presents brings you a collection of four new titles! This Presents box set includes: BILLIONAIRE WITHOUT A PAST Irresistible Russian Tycoons by Carol Marinelli When Nikolai Eristov meets dancer Rachel Cary, he sees a woman running from shadows as dark as his own. And one electric night makes Nikolai promise Rachel two weeks of exquisite pleasureExcept the billionaire lied. Two weeks isn't nearly enough! THE SHOCK CASSANO BABY One Night With Consequences by Andie Brock When Orlando Cassano's affair with Isobel Spicer has a surprise consequence, he's determined to be there for his child. But getting independent Isobel down the aisle takes more than his legendary charm! She demands the one thing Orlando has never given anyone… CLAIMING THE ROYAL INNOCENT Kingdoms & Crowns by Jennifer Hayward Unveiled as secret royalty, Aleksandra Dimitriou enters a new world…under Aristos Nicolades's protection. He has orders not to touch the innocent princess, but as their desire rises it's soon clear the person Aristos should be protecting Aleksandra from is himself! KEPT AT THE ARGENTINE'S COMMAND by Lucy Ellis Argentinean polo god Alejandro du Crozier hates weddings…until he is stranded with the alluring maid of honor! Innocent Lulu Lachaille is too tempting, and he whisks her off to Buenos Aires until he is sure that their recklessness hasn't left lasting consequences! Be sure to collect Harlequin® Presents' May 2016 Box set 2 of 2!

Writing Southern Italy Before The Renaissance

Author : Ronald G. Musto
ISBN : 9781351767392
Genre : History
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This volume traces the work of trecento historians of the Mezzogiorno, analyzing it through current methodological and theoretical frameworks. Questioning the current consensus, the book examines how the South as a cultural "other" began evolving over the fourteenth century, and reconsiders the nineteenth-century "Southern Question" concerning the Mezzogiorno’s history, culture and people and its lingering negative image in Europe and America. It also focuses on specific histories, authors and historiographical issues, and reviews how new understandings of the Mediterranean have begun to alter our perceptions of the South in a new global context and as the basis for new historical research.

Innocent Iii And The Crown Of Aragon

Author : Damian J. Smith
ISBN : 9781351927437
Genre : History
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Drawing on an extensive study of the primary sources, Damian Smith explores the relationship between the Roman Curia and Aragon-Catalonia in the late 12th and early 13th centuries. His focus is the pontificate of Innocent III, the most politically influential medieval Pope, and the reign of King Peter II of Aragon and the first years of King James I. By analysing the practical example of papal actions towards one of its closest secular allies, the work deepens our understanding of the objectives and limits of the Papacy, while making clear the Pope's profound influence on the realm's political development. Marriage affairs and politics, the Spanish Reconquista, with the campaign of Las Navas, and the Albigensian Crusade, in which King Peter met his death at the battle of Muret, are all covered. The final chapters turn more specifically to Church affairs, looking at the relations between the papacy and the bishops of the province of Tarragona, and at the success of Innocent III's mission to reform religious life.

Innocent Iii

Author : James M. Powell
ISBN : 0813207835
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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When it was first published by D.C. Heath in 1963 as part of their Problems in European Civilization series, this small volume alone offered readers a broad representation of the scholarly discussion on Pope Innocent III in an accessible format. Now revised and updated, the new edition presents the latest scholarship on the role of Innocent III in the development of the medieval papacy, while enlarging the treatment of the Crusades, Innocent III's importance in theology, his political life, and his pastoral and reform activities. Eight new selections have been added, along with a revised and expanded introduction. At the time the first edition appeared more than thirty years ago, its title aptly summed up the main lines of discussion about the pontificate of Pope Innocent III. Although extreme statements criticizing Innocent for claiming secular power or defending his conception of papal authority no longer commanded major support, modified versions of these views continued to dominate scholarship; to a lesser degree they continue to do so today. Yet in the past three decades, important studies have emerged that emphasize Innocent's place as theologian, his role in the crusade movement, and his involvement in efforts to reform the church and Christian society. The papacy as a developing historical institution is now more firmly established in the context of the important changes that were taking place in late twelfth- and early thirteenth-century Europe. If Innocent III is no longer seen by most as pursuing secular dominance, he is perhaps more realistically viewed as struggling within the limits of his age to find ways to make a better Christian world. Offering an impressive sampling of current and established scholarship, this new paperback edition will prove especially valuable as a supplementary text in both undergraduate and beginning graduate courses in religious studies, European history, medieval history, and the history of Christianity. James M. Powell is professor of medieval history at Syracuse University. He is the author of Albertanus of Brescia: The Pursuit of Happiness in the Early Thirteenth Century (1992) and Anatomy of a Crusade (1986) and has edited a number of works, including Medieval Studies: An Introduction (second edition, 1992) and Muslims under Latin Rule, 1100-1300 (1990). Contributors: Brenda Bolton; Alexander J. and Robert W. Carlyle; Christopher Cheney; Augustin Fliche; Johannes Haller; Albert Hauck; Friedrich Hurter; Wilhelm Imkamp; Friedrich Kempf; Elizabeth T. Kennan; Achille Luchaire; Michele Maccarrone; Charles H. McIlwain; John C. Moore; Kenneth Pennington; James M. Powell; Brian Tierney; Helene Tillmann

Vanished Kingdoms

Author : Norman Davies
ISBN : 9780141960487
Genre : History
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'The past is a foreign country' has become a truism, yet the past differs from the present in many unfamiliar ways and historical memory is extraordinarily imperfect. The degree to which we think of the European past as the history of France, Germany, Britain, Russia and so on, actually obstructs our view of former reality, and blunts our sensitivity to the ever-changing political landscape. Europe's past is littered with kingdoms, empires and republics which no longer exist but which were some of the most important entities of their day - 'the Empire of Aragon', which dominated the western Mediterranean in the thirteenth century, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, the largest country in Europe for part of the eighteenth century. This book shows the reader how to peer through the cracks of mainstream history-writing, and to catch a glimpse of the 'Five, Six or Seven Kingdoms of Burgundy'. How long will it be before the USSR, until recently one of the world's two superpowers, is wholly or half-forgotten as most of these? The histories of the lost echo across the centuries, mixed in with more familiar sounds. One of the purposes of this book is to help us hear them again more clearly, and appreciate where they came from. As in his earlier celebrated books Europe and The Isles, Norman Davies aims to subvert our established view what looks familiar in history and urges us to look and think again. This stimulating book, full of unexpected stories, observations and connections, gives us a fresh and original perspective on European history.

A Collection Of State Tracts Publish D On Occasion Of The Late Revolution In 1688 And During The Reign Of King William Iii

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Haydn S Universal Index Of Biography From The Creation To The Present Time

Author : Joseph Haydn
ISBN : UCAL:$B468824
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