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14 March 2017
Here is the link to my first (and actually my favorite; published 2013 via HUBPages.com).
In case you liked this recommendation, supplied a quick list of some of my other reviews/suggestions for worthwhile reading.
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How do we know that God wrote the Bible? Simple! He signed it!
Book Review: The Signature of God by Grant R. Jeffrey
01 February 2017
"Pegasus is one of the best known creatures in Greek mythology. He is a winged divine stallion also known as a horse usually depicted as pure white in color. He was sired by Poseidon, in his role as horse-god, and foaled by the Gorgon Medusa." Wikipedia
If you have some free time, you really should visit and peruse my pins. My collection includes what the usual that Westerners have come to expect when you say the word “mythology”, i.e. winged horses, unicorns and Greco-Roman gods and goddesses.
Collected some information about nymphs. Publishing the post here and will share it via Pinterest. Enjoy!
(P.S. I'm also expanding my collection to Tumblr. See my first reblogged post below.)
“Nymphs = in Greek and Roman mythology, one of the lesser goddesses, portrayed as beautiful girls who inhabited fountains, mountains, rivers and trees.” Source
Image credit: The Water Nymph By: Francois Martin-kavel
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05 April 2016
There are artists living and working in the Holy City of Bethlehem who specialize in sculpting unique treasures and creating inspirational art from olive wood.
The craft of olive wood carving has been practiced since the 4th century.
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Glackens - Hillside with Olive Trees Poster by Virginia5050
Shop for a Poster template or design online at Zazzle.com
Clipart Image Credits: Olive Tree © Photographer: Scusi | Agency: Dreamstime.com; AND Olive Branch © Photographer: Cidepix | Agency: Dreamstime.com * * *
19 January 2015
Historical records indicate this is what Alexander the Great said when others informed him about his father’s conquests.
Image Credit: Close up of Alexander on the Alexander Mosaic, in the Naples National Archaeological Museum. (Wikimedia Commons)
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