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Regularly $149.95—current bid is $30
One of the largest and most comprehensive surviving works from the Roman Empire, Pliny the Elder’s Natural History offers a rare glimpse into the scholarship of the ancient world. Across 37 books, Pliny covers botany, zoology, astronomy, geology, geography, mineralogy, and how each of these interacts with Roman life.
Regularly $59.95—current bid is $24
Called “The Shakespeare of the Puritans” by Robert Southey, Thomas Adams wrote elegant, edifying sermons and treatises. Though his pragmatic politics left him caught between two extremes—loyalists and radical Puritans—he was a popular preacher and lecturer. His works give you a look into English faith shortly before the English Civil War.
Regularly $29.95—current bid is $12
The Library, one of the greatest accomplishments in ancient Greek literature, provides a plain, thorough summary of Greek mythology and legends. The text draws from the most authoritative literary materials available; aside from a few minor corrections, Apollodorus refuses to embellish upon his sources, leaving us with an accurate, trustworthy, concise overview of these Greek tales. Some of these works appear nowhere else.
Regularly $44.95—current bid is $14
August Hermann Francke was a Lutheran Pietist theologian, pedagogue, pastor, and social reformer. His work spanned everything from missionary coordination to preaching, from building low-income schools to teaching college-level theology, Hebrew, and exegesis. His zeal and intellect shine through in these writings, demonstrating his political and ecumenical leadership, his vision for foreign missions, and his heart for the poor.
Regularly $74.95—current bid is $60
Justinian the Great was the Byzantine emperor from 527 to 565. In late antiquity, he fought to restore the Roman Empire through judicial reform and reclamation of the lost Western boundaries. Known as “the last Roman,” he remains an important transitional figure spanning the ancient and medieval eras.
Regularly $39.95—current bid is $21
Spanning the first century BC through approximately AD 160, this collection explores the historical context surrounding the dawn of Christianity. J. J. I. Döllinger examines both the early antagonism toward Christianity and the faith’s cultural and intellectual foundations.
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