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3-Loch Bidetbatterie Porta & Bini Queen 12156 |...
144,61 € *
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3-Loch Bidetbatterie n. 2 Flexschläuche 370 mm Ablaufgarnitur 1”1/4

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Stand: 12.08.2020
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Enjoy Como like a local! Walk and taste with us!
109,00 € *
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An Italian lunch experience in Como, stopping here and there to taste yummy food. Start your day visiting the covered fresh market and tasting organic specialties from local farmers: mountain cheese and lake fish. Your guide will also give you suggestions on your purchases at the market. Walk to the walled city where you’ll enter a suggestive medieval contest in a very vibrant atmosphere. Enjoy the highlights of the city: Porta Torre, Duomo Cathedral, Broletto, San Fedele Church and Volta Square. Next stop is a deli Italian charcuterie with a well deserved glass of wine, comfortably sitting at a teable. Aperitivo is over and it’s now time for lunch. What's better than the Queen of the Italian cuisine? Choose your homemade pasta and your favorite sauce from the daily selection and Buon Appetito! It’s not over yet, because we’re not real locals if we do not have Espresso with a little pastry at a beautiful café!

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 12.08.2020
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Ancient Appian Way Bike Tour
70,84 € *
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A tailored three-hour tour for a unique experience without the confusion of the city along with an expert guide to discover the "Queen of Roman roads". Known with this name not only for being the best preserved road to date with long stretches of low clay that will reveal its precious treasures: catacombs, tombs, churches, mausoleums, villas, circuses, milestones, but also for its low traffic making it perfect for cyclists who love to travel along an enchanting road admiring the incredible nature of the Appia Antica Archaeological park. Riding along the Appia Antica Park is like traveling back in time and immersing yourself in nature.You will leave from Rome For You, at Largo di Torre Argentina, to start your private tour with your guide at the most convenient time for you, to reach in a few minutes time the Aurelian Walls and Porta S. Sebastiano to then proceed along Ancient Appian Way.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 12.08.2020
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Cruising for a Boozing , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 1...
9,95 € *
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This is the book nudists, Vegas, and the Amish don't want you to hear. It's rude, crude, and full of attitude.... Steven never thought he'd wake up on a pool table beside a nudist beauty queen. But, since he caught his longtime girlfriend cheating on him with a porta-potty salesman the night they were supposed to move to California together, Steven has gone buck wild. From redneck regatta to small talk with a sword swallower, cougar bait to hipster heartland hunk, Steven and Trevor have embarked on the cross country spring break road trip that Steven's girlfriend never let him take in college. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Craig T. Adams. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/044163/bk_acx0_044163_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Building Bridges of Time, Places and People
71,90 CHF *
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Mysteries associated with ancient Egypt are not confined to the pyramids of Giza. For example, consider these: . One Egyptian hieroglyph is patterned after a bird known as the jabiru; another is an image of a saguaro cactus. Both the jabiru and the saguaro are found only in the Western Hemisphere, so how did they become hieroglyphs? . Tutankhamen is referred to as the 'boy-king' by Egyptologists. Why then were statues found in the tomb portraits of a young woman? . Hatshepsut is said to have been a female pharaoh who reigned for 22 years but then disappeared from the scene. What happened to her? And why was her image expunged from the walls of temples? . Senenmut, a favorite of Hatshepsut, wrote that he 'had access to all the writings of the prophets'. Which prophets did he mean? . Why does the face of the mummy of Ramesses II not match the statues of this great pharaoh? Also, why did the embalmers remove the stomach and place the heart on the right side of the thorax? And why were diced tobacco leaves from the Western Hemisphere used to line the chest cavity? . Why was Yuya, supposedly the father of the great Queen Tiy, buried with three coffins while his wife had only two? Moreover, why did the mask that covered his face, along with the face on the innermost coffin, look totally different from the mummy and from each other? . Death masks were found not just in Egypt but in Greece as well. The most famous of these came from grave # 5 at Mycenae. Each eye of this gold mask has double eyelids. In addition, like the Sphinx at Giza and the Shroud of Turin, the left eye is higher than the right and the mouth is not centered. How can such similarities be explained? . Turning to Italy, on the underside of the right wrist of the Prima Porta statue of Augustus there is the distinct impression of the head of a spike. According to historians this statue depicts the first emperor of Rome, but what if it is instead a portrait of a man who was crucified? These mysteries, along with many others, are examined in detail and then convincingly explained in this first of two volumes to explore crucial links between Egypt, Israel, Greece and Italy.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Building Bridges of Time, Places and People
53,90 CHF *
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Mysteries associated with ancient Egypt are not confined to the pyramids of Giza. For example, consider these: . One Egyptian hieroglyph is patterned after a bird known as the jabiru; another is an image of a saguaro cactus. Both the jabiru and the saguaro are found only in the Western Hemisphere, so how did they become hieroglyphs? . Tutankhamen is referred to as the 'boy-king' by Egyptologists. Why then were statues found in the tomb portraits of a young woman? . Hatshepsut is said to have been a female pharaoh who reigned for 22 years but then disappeared from the scene. What happened to her? And why was her image expunged from the walls of temples? . Senenmut, a favorite of Hatshepsut, wrote that he 'had access to all the writings of the prophets'. Which prophets did he mean? . Why does the face of the mummy of Ramesses II not match the statues of this great pharaoh? Also, why did the embalmers remove the stomach and place the heart on the right side of the thorax? And why were diced tobacco leaves from the Western Hemisphere used to line the chest cavity? . Why was Yuya, supposedly the father of the great Queen Tiy, buried with three coffins while his wife had only two? Moreover, why did the mask that covered his face, along with the face on the innermost coffin, look totally different from the mummy and from each other? . Death masks were found not just in Egypt but in Greece as well. The most famous of these came from grave # 5 at Mycenae. Each eye of this gold mask has double eyelids. In addition, like the Sphinx at Giza and the Shroud of Turin, the left eye is higher than the right and the mouth is not centered. How can such similarities be explained? . Turning to Italy, on the underside of the right wrist of the Prima Porta statue of Augustus there is the distinct impression of the head of a spike. According to historians this statue depicts the first emperor of Rome, but what if it is instead a portrait of a man who was crucified? These mysteries, along with many others, are examined in detail and then convincingly explained in this first of two volumes to explore crucial links between Egypt, Israel, Greece and Italy.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 12.08.2020
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Building Bridges of Time, Places and People
28,99 € *
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Mysteries associated with ancient Egypt are not confined to the pyramids of Giza. For example, consider these: . One Egyptian hieroglyph is patterned after a bird known as the jabiru; another is an image of a saguaro cactus. Both the jabiru and the saguaro are found only in the Western Hemisphere, so how did they become hieroglyphs? . Tutankhamen is referred to as the 'boy-king' by Egyptologists. Why then were statues found in the tomb portraits of a young woman? . Hatshepsut is said to have been a female pharaoh who reigned for 22 years but then disappeared from the scene. What happened to her? And why was her image expunged from the walls of temples? . Senenmut, a favorite of Hatshepsut, wrote that he 'had access to all the writings of the prophets'. Which prophets did he mean? . Why does the face of the mummy of Ramesses II not match the statues of this great pharaoh? Also, why did the embalmers remove the stomach and place the heart on the right side of the thorax? And why were diced tobacco leaves from the Western Hemisphere used to line the chest cavity? . Why was Yuya, supposedly the father of the great Queen Tiy, buried with three coffins while his wife had only two? Moreover, why did the mask that covered his face, along with the face on the innermost coffin, look totally different from the mummy and from each other? . Death masks were found not just in Egypt but in Greece as well. The most famous of these came from grave # 5 at Mycenae. Each eye of this gold mask has double eyelids. In addition, like the Sphinx at Giza and the Shroud of Turin, the left eye is higher than the right and the mouth is not centered. How can such similarities be explained? . Turning to Italy, on the underside of the right wrist of the Prima Porta statue of Augustus there is the distinct impression of the head of a spike. According to historians this statue depicts the first emperor of Rome, but what if it is instead a portrait of a man who was crucified? These mysteries, along with many others, are examined in detail and then convincingly explained in this first of two volumes to explore crucial links between Egypt, Israel, Greece and Italy.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Building Bridges of Time, Places and People
38,99 € *
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Mysteries associated with ancient Egypt are not confined to the pyramids of Giza. For example, consider these: . One Egyptian hieroglyph is patterned after a bird known as the jabiru; another is an image of a saguaro cactus. Both the jabiru and the saguaro are found only in the Western Hemisphere, so how did they become hieroglyphs? . Tutankhamen is referred to as the 'boy-king' by Egyptologists. Why then were statues found in the tomb portraits of a young woman? . Hatshepsut is said to have been a female pharaoh who reigned for 22 years but then disappeared from the scene. What happened to her? And why was her image expunged from the walls of temples? . Senenmut, a favorite of Hatshepsut, wrote that he 'had access to all the writings of the prophets'. Which prophets did he mean? . Why does the face of the mummy of Ramesses II not match the statues of this great pharaoh? Also, why did the embalmers remove the stomach and place the heart on the right side of the thorax? And why were diced tobacco leaves from the Western Hemisphere used to line the chest cavity? . Why was Yuya, supposedly the father of the great Queen Tiy, buried with three coffins while his wife had only two? Moreover, why did the mask that covered his face, along with the face on the innermost coffin, look totally different from the mummy and from each other? . Death masks were found not just in Egypt but in Greece as well. The most famous of these came from grave # 5 at Mycenae. Each eye of this gold mask has double eyelids. In addition, like the Sphinx at Giza and the Shroud of Turin, the left eye is higher than the right and the mouth is not centered. How can such similarities be explained? . Turning to Italy, on the underside of the right wrist of the Prima Porta statue of Augustus there is the distinct impression of the head of a spike. According to historians this statue depicts the first emperor of Rome, but what if it is instead a portrait of a man who was crucified? These mysteries, along with many others, are examined in detail and then convincingly explained in this first of two volumes to explore crucial links between Egypt, Israel, Greece and Italy.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 12.08.2020
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