|Author:||Hugh H. Trotti|
|Title:||Beasts and Battles: Fact in Legend and History?|
|Format:||docx mobi lrf txt|
|ePUB size:||1593 kb|
|FB2 size:||1387 kb|
|DJVU size:||1485 kb|
|Publisher:||Rivercross Pub; 1st edition (February 1, 1990)|
Home All Categories History Books Ancient History Books Beasts and Battles: Fact in Legend and History? ISBN: 0944957048. ISBN13: 9780944957042. Beasts and Battles : Fact in Legend and History? by Hugh H. Trotti.
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A selection of woodcuts from a book entitled The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents, published in 1658. Most of this three-volume compilation is comprised of the zoological works of the English clergyman Edward Topsell who published several books on religion and other matters during his lifetime. A whole host of animals are represented in Topsell’s illustrations, all of which which came directly from earlier works by the Swiss physician, naturalist, and author Konrad Gesner. University of Houston Digital Library. Underlying Work:PD Worldwide Digital Copy:No Additional Rights.
Books by Hugh H. Trotti, Beasts and Battles. Ancient History, Ancient Military history, Folklore and history, Miscellanea.
Beasts and Battles: Fact in Legend and History? by Hugh H. ISBN 13: 9780944957042.
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The bloodiest day in the history of the British Army was suffered during the initial stages of a battle that would last for several months, result in over a million dead, and leave the tactical situation largely unchanged. The plan was for an artillery barrage to pound the German defences to an extent that the attacking British and French could just walk in and occupy the opposing trenches. The bombardment did not have the devastating effect expected. Single (or two day) day battles are an entirely different ball game and very different list. kailash rawat June 7, 2018 @ 5:14 am.
Published in 1658, more than thirty years after his death, this book brings together Edward Topsell’s The History of Four-footed Beasts (1607) and The History of Serpents (1608). Totalling more than 1000 pages, this epic treatise on zoology explores ancient and fantastic legends about existing animals, as well as those at the more mythic end of the spectrum, including the Hydra (with two claws, a curled serpent’s tail, and seven small mammalian heads), the Lamia (with a cat-like body and woman’s face and hair), and the Mantichora (with