Basic Elements of Islamic Portugal: A SurveyBy Geoffrey Luiz GomesThe Journal of the American Portuguese Cultural Society, Vol. 5 (1971)Introduction: Conquered shortly after the initial Moorish invasion of the Iberian Peninsula in 711, Portugal formed at the time the western extremity of Visigothic Spain.
Power relations in the royal forests of England patronage : privilege and legitimacy in the reigns of Henry III and Edward IAndrew PattisonUniversity of Oulu: Department of History, Master’s Thesis, November (2013)AbstractIn this study I shall examine the subject of power relations in the royal forests of England.
Battles of the Seven Years War: Central Europe This clickable map show the battles of the Seven Years War in the main Central European War, where Frederick the Great of Prussia found himself surrounded by enemies with very few allies, but managed to hold out against almost overwhelming odds.
Odin, Magic and a Swedish Trial from 1484By Stephen MitchellScandinavian Studies, Vol. 81:3 (2009)Introduction: If we are to believe any number of histories, spiritual life in medieval Scandinavia, and especially the conversion to Christianity, is readily summarized: paganism collapsed against Christian conversion efforts in dramatic fashion at a meeting of the Alþing, or when a missionary bore hot iron, or an exiled king had a deep religious experience, or when a pagan revolt was finally overcome, and so on.
Nashel(YTB-538: dp. 237; 1. 100& 39;; b. 26& 39;; dr. 9& 39;7& 34; s. 12 k.; cpl. 10; cl. Hisada)Nashel (YTB-538) was laid down by the Consolidated Ship Building Corp., Morris Heights, N.Y., 2 January 1945 Launched 7 April 1945; and placed in service 15 September 1945.Nashel reported for duty in the 5th Naval District and remained there, providing towing services and assistance in berthing and docking, until ordered to Florida early in 1946.