Bible History — Is It Historically Accurate And Reliable?
Gutenberg Bible, Latin Vulgate. Ca. 1455. Biblia Latina. Mainz: Johann Gutenberg, ca. 1455. Rare Books Division. From the Lenox Library.

Bible History — Is It Historically Accurate And Reliable?

This book presents evidence in support of the Biblical time frames for the Creation, the Genesis Flood, and the beginnings of human civilization in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia.

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The Incredible Story Of Raymond-Roger And The Seige Of Carcassonne
The Medieval Walled City Of Carcassone In The South Of France

The Incredible Story Of Raymond-Roger And The Seige Of Carcassonne

Perhaps no greater injustice has ever been done to a noble and industrious people than Pope Innocent III’s war against the Cathars of Southern France in 1209 AD. Raymond-Roger and his city of Carcassonne form an important episode in this incredible story that sets the stage, and paves the way, for the barbaric Inquisition that would follow.

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