Tim Whitmarsh, "Greek Literature and the Roman Empire: The Politics of Imitation" Publisher: OUP | 2004 | ISBN: 0199271372/0199240353 | English | PDF | 392 pages | 28.4 Mb
'Greek Literature and the Roman Empire' uses up-to-date literary and cultural theory to explore the phenomenal rise of interest in literary writing in Greece under the Roman Empire. Greek identity cannot be properly understood without appreciating the brilliant sophistication of the writers of the period, whose texts must be considered in the historical and cultural context of the battles for identity that raged under the vast, multicultural Roman Empire.”
Kathleen McCormack, "Tarot Decoder: Interpret the Symbols of the Tarot and Increase Your Understanding of the Cards" English | ISBN: 1628736674 | 2014 | 144 pages | EPUB, PDF | 44 MB
The essential handbook for everyone who is fascinated by the Tarot. The origins of the Tarot are shrouded in mystery. Some believe that the cards originated in India, while other trace their beginnings back to the sacred books of the ancient Egyptians. Everything from Greek religions to Arabian philosophies to Jewish Kabbalah has been detected in Tarot symbols, which some believe to contain the secrets of the universe and hold the key to human nature.
What Happened to the Ancient Library of Alexandria? (Library of the Written Word) by Mostafa El-Abbadi, Omnia Mounir Fathallah and Ismail Serageldin English | 2008 | ISBN: 9004165452 | 259 pages | PDF | 3 MB
In adopting the theme of What Happened to the Ancient Library of Alexandria? This book aims at presenting afresh, a highly specialized discussion of primary sources related to the diverse aspects and episodes of that long disputed question.
Ancient Greece: An Illustrated History English | 2010 | ISBN-10: 0761479325 | PDF | 192 pages | 38 MB
Ancient Greece follows the progress of the Greeks from the early establishment of farming communities around 6500 BCE, to the rise of the great city-states of Sparta and Athens, and on to the dissolution of the empire of Alexander the Great following his death in 323 BCE.
Introduction to Computer Graphics by James D. Foley Addison-Wesley Professional | Sep 10 1993 | ISBN: 0201609215 | Pages: 632 | PDF | 72.24 MB
This adaptation of the definitive book in the field (Computer Graphics, Second Edition by Foley, et al.,) provides a more concise, less expensive introduction to computer graphics. While retaining the currency and accuracy of the larger work, coverage has been trimmed to the essential topics. Explanations of key concepts have been expanded and further illustrated, assuming less background on the part of the reader.