A Novel set in the ancient world Sicania Rising covers the battle for power over the ancient sea trade routes that connect the Eastern and Western world with rival fleets all competing for control over the Mediterranean high seas and world.
Phaecian fleets sail into the Western waters around the burning islands of Sicania to confront their rivals in sea battles looking to secure alliances with the Sicanians and defeat the rebels and their foreign allies in a campaign that ends in the legendary battle of Camicus the ancient stronghold and capital of Sicania.
Legendary figures take part in the campaign commanding their powerful fleets into sea battles that will decide the future of the Mediterranean island empire of the Phaecians.
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A travel guide covering the island of Sicily penned by a visitor for visitors take a tour around the varied cities of Sicily and explore the varied sites on the island shaped by the varied settlers and cultures on the island during its long history.
Each culture adding its own unique styles that have shaped the islands history.
Tour of Sicily offers a guide to the islands sites and history covering the burning islands breath taking views from Mount Etna to Syracuse, Agrigento, Palermo, Monreale, Taormina and Giardini Naxos among other cities are covered on the Tour of Sicily…
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Follow the long journey of the ancient Sun and Archer deity Paiawon Apollo from his origins in the East through varied lands the deity worshipped around the Mesopotamian and Akkadian world.
His cult accepted in the varied lands the Hurrians export his worship into Anatolian lands and from Anatolia the deity travels via the Mediterranean islands to Rhodes Delos and Crete to Mainland Greece.
Sacred sites and islands are established from where the Sun and Archer deity through his oracle priestesses and priests deliver the deities sacred words in oracle form
to his followers from around the ancient world.
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A story set around the streets of York following the ghost walks of York a reporter looking to pen an article for his magazine finds himself embroiled in events that he becomes a part of when strange happenings see him looking for answers on the evenings events.
He somehow becomes the conduit for the figures who are able to communicate via a time wormhole connected with his hotel room opposite Clifford’s Mount.
Will he be able to discover the mystery of his room and the figures that keep appearing across history and time?
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Guide for visitors to the city penned by a frequent visitor over the past four decades in which time the city skyline has changed public houses and restaurants have come and gone many more have been added to the already well established eateries, café bars and pubs not all have been covered in the book such are the numbers and choice for you to explore during your visit to the city that reflects and records the history of England itself in its many buildings and ancient streets.
A Celtic settlement between the rivers Foss and Ouse it became a Roman settlement an important fortress town then city Eboracum in the North from where the Romans campaigned against the Scottish and the Celtic tribes of the North.
Later the city was taken by the Saxons and was renamed Eforwic King Edwin was baptized in the city in a wooden church a forerunner of the Minister in the grounds of the Roman fortress in 625 A.D.
A converted Christian Edwin was buried in the same church in 633 A.D. which was rebuilt in stone. Next to settle the city were the Vikings who named the city Jorvic the Viking museum carries the same name and you can travel back I time to rediscover Viking York and its streets and history in the museum.
Norman times saw the city rebel against the raiders when the Norman garrison was overpowered and all eliminated in the city.
Angevin times saw the city again become an important power base for the Kings of England becoming the capital of the kingdom from where they planned and commenced their raids into Scotland.
Edward the third married Philippa of Hainault in York Minister 24TH Jan 1328 A.D.
His second son William of Hatfield who died very young was buried in the Minister in 1337 A.D. His tomb can be seen today in the North choir aisle Minister.
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Follow the Sun god and Archer deity during his long journey from his origins in the Eastern world to the West via Ugarit Anatolian lands and the islands of the Mediterranean.
From his origins in Mesopotamia the deity known as Aplu in Urkesh spread his fame around the ancient worlds varied kingdoms being accepted and known by varied names in the ancient world.
From Anatolian and Syrian lands the deity travelled to Crete via the islands and was seen as the youthful Master of Animals deity consort of the mistress of animals. Both deities are depicted walking beside large cats armed with bows and arrows with mountains as a backdrop.
Eventually crossing to mainland Greece the deity established control over the mainland with his sacred Mountain site Delphi the centre of the Greek speaking world home to his sacred temple site.
From the Inner sacred Adyton his priestess the Pythia delivered sacred oracles to the followers of Apollo shaping Greek and world history.
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Discover the ancient origins of the Atlantis legend from the dawn of history itself via the mother earth goddess of creation from the Libyan and Egyptian world named Neith.
She arose from the waters of creation at the beginning of time on earth to form the world we know today.
Her cult was established in Libya and the ancient cave paintings attest to her power and control over the peoples of Libya.
Her people migrated and the deity and her followers travelled into Egypt from Libya when the great shallow inland lake and the lush green plains changed into scrublands and deserts.
Her main city of worship was Sais it was here that her sacred priests recorded the history of her and her followers lands called Atlantis along with the history of past worlds and events.
Solon was the first to deliver the tale of Atlantis into the Western world in the form of a poem in his home city of Athens.
Later Plato rediscovered the lost work of Solon which had been kept in his family by his grandfather who was a relative of Solon and Plato reanimated the Atlantis legend for future generations within his works.
One such scholar K T FROST was among the first to associate the Minoan world with Atlantis discoveries since have confirmed the island empire of the Minoans matches the lost world of Atlantis… CLICK ON LINK BELOW FOR FREE EBOOK DETAILS…