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Bover Amphora 01 Terrassenleuchte, rattan brown
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Die Terrassenleuchte Amphora vom spanischen Markenhersteller Bover hat einen bauchigen Korpus, der aus Polyethylen-Fasern besteht und von Hand gewoben wurde. Darin befindet sich eine weiße Kugel aus Kunststoff, die die zwei E27-Fassungen vor Wind und Wetter schützt. Auf Grund ihrer dekorativen Gestaltung eignet sich die Leuchte nicht nur für den Außenbereich, sondern kann auch durchaus im Wohnbereich platziert werden. Energieeffizienzklasse: A++

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Stand: 05.12.2020
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Bover Amphora 02 Terrassenleuchte, rattan brown
1.652,90 € *
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Die Terrassenleuchte Amphora vom spanischen Markenhersteller Bover hat einen bauchigen Korpus, der aus Polyethylen-Fasern besteht und von Hand gewoben wurde. Darin befindet sich eine weiße Kugel aus Kunststoff, die die zwei E27-Fassungen vor Wind und Wetter schützt. Auf Grund ihrer dekorativen Gestaltung eignet sich die Leuchte nicht nur für den Außenbereich, sondern kann auch durchaus im Wohnbereich platziert werden. Energieeffizienzklasse: A++

Anbieter: Lampenwelt
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Bover Amphora 03 Terrassenleuchte, rattan brown
1.925,90 € *
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Die Terrassenleuchte Amphora vom spanischen Markenhersteller Bover hat einen bauchigen Korpus, der aus Polyethylen-Fasern besteht und von Hand gewoben wurde. Darin befindet sich eine weiße Kugel aus Kunststoff, die die zwei E27-Fassungen vor Wind und Wetter schützt. Auf Grund ihrer dekorativen Gestaltung eignet sich die Leuchte nicht nur für den Außenbereich, sondern kann auch durchaus im Wohnbereich platziert werden. Energieeffizienzklasse: A++

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Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean in ancient...
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Frontmatter -- Preface -- Contents -- From the Aion Plutonios of the Ptolemies to the Saeculum Frugiferum of the Roman Emperors / Alfóldi, Andrew -- Mycenaean Decline – Some Problems and Thoughts / Ålin, Per -- A Document of Artaxerxes IV? / Βadian, E. -- Alexander and Ammon / Bosworth, Α. Β. -- Alexander and Greek Athletics, in Fact and in Fiction / Brown, T. S. -- Thermopylai Revisited and some Topographical Notes on Marathon and Plataiai / Burn, A. R. -- The Ionian Name / Chadwick, John -- Bathrooms and Lustral Chambers / Graham, J . Walter -- Cleitarchus and Diodorus 17 / Hamilton, J. R. -- The Meaning and Significance of the Reported Speech of Phrynichus in Thucydides 8,48 / Hammond, Ν. G. L. -- Minoan Town-Shrines? / Hood, Sinclair -- Mycenaeans at Thera: Some Reflections on the Paintings from the West House / Immerwahr, Sara A. -- A Cypro-Mycenaean III C: 1 Amphora from Kition / Karageorghis, Vassos -- Athens: Between Tyranny and Democracy / Kinzl, Konrad H. -- Tragödien bei Herodot? / Lesky, Albin -- Poets and Politicians in Fifth-Century Greece / Mattingly, Harold Β. -- Herodotus in Athens? / Podlecki, Anthony J. -- Corinth and Athens before the Peloponnesian War / Raubitschek, Antony E. -- List of Illustrations -- Illustrations

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Testament
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From the author of the bestselling ATLANTIS comes a thrilling novel of buried secrets, age-old mysteries and a conspiracy surrounding the fabled Ark of the Covenant. 'What do you get if you cross Indiana Jones with Dan Brown? Answer: David Gibbins' Mirror 664 BC: An adventurer named Hanno returns, near death, to his home city of Carthage on the Mediterranean with an incredible story to tell. With him he brings the flayed skin of a terrifying creature he calls a gorilla , and on it he has written an account of his adventure. The skin is nailed to a pillar in Carthage for all to read, but Hanno's greatest secret he tells only his brother Hamilcar. When Hamilcar disappears during a doomed voyage to the Tin Islands, and Hanno dies having resolved to tell nobody else, the secret is apparently lost for all time. Present day: Jack Howard and his international team are excavating one of the greatest prizes of Jack's career - a Phoenician shipwreck off the coast of Cornwall and evidence for the earliest Mediterranean contact with Britain. What Jack finds is incredible - an amphora shard with an inscription in the Punic language of Carthage, apparently written hastily by someone who knew shipwreck was imminent. When the inscription is translated its message beggars belief. Jack realises it could lead to one of the greatest lost treasure of antiquity, and set him on one of his greatest adventures ever... From the author of the bestselling ATLANTIS comes a thrilling novel of buried secrets, age-old mysteries and a conspiracy surrounding the fabled Ark of the Covenant. 'What do you get if you cross Indiana Jones with Dan Brown? Answer: David Gibbins' Mirror 586 BC The ancient world is in meltdown. The Babylonians have ravaged the Holy Land, and Jerusalem has fallen. In desperation, the temple priests look to the greatest navigators ever known to save their holiest of treasures. 1943 A group of Allied codebreakers, under Churchill's direct command, work to stop a top-secret exchange between the Nazis and the Japanese. Yet even they know nothing of the ancient artefact hidden on board a ship whose fate they have just sealed. Present-day Marine archaeologist Jack Howard and his friend Costas undertake a dangerous dive hunting for Nazi gold in a wreck perched on the edge of the continental shelf. What they glimpse there leads Jack to piece together the truth of one of the greatest ancient voyages of discovery, one whose real purpose he could scarcely have imagined. Jack must fuse past and present as he never has done before in a terrifying final showdown on a desperate mission for humanity.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean in ancient...
109,95 € *
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Frontmatter -- Preface -- Contents -- From the Aion Plutonios of the Ptolemies to the Saeculum Frugiferum of the Roman Emperors / Alfóldi, Andrew -- Mycenaean Decline – Some Problems and Thoughts / Ålin, Per -- A Document of Artaxerxes IV? / Βadian, E. -- Alexander and Ammon / Bosworth, Α. Β. -- Alexander and Greek Athletics, in Fact and in Fiction / Brown, T. S. -- Thermopylai Revisited and some Topographical Notes on Marathon and Plataiai / Burn, A. R. -- The Ionian Name / Chadwick, John -- Bathrooms and Lustral Chambers / Graham, J . Walter -- Cleitarchus and Diodorus 17 / Hamilton, J. R. -- The Meaning and Significance of the Reported Speech of Phrynichus in Thucydides 8,48 / Hammond, Ν. G. L. -- Minoan Town-Shrines? / Hood, Sinclair -- Mycenaeans at Thera: Some Reflections on the Paintings from the West House / Immerwahr, Sara A. -- A Cypro-Mycenaean III C: 1 Amphora from Kition / Karageorghis, Vassos -- Athens: Between Tyranny and Democracy / Kinzl, Konrad H. -- Tragödien bei Herodot? / Lesky, Albin -- Poets and Politicians in Fifth-Century Greece / Mattingly, Harold Β. -- Herodotus in Athens? / Podlecki, Anthony J. -- Corinth and Athens before the Peloponnesian War / Raubitschek, Antony E. -- List of Illustrations -- Illustrations

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 05.12.2020
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