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Fragments of the early history of Tain from its origin to the middle of the sixteenth century

William Taylor

Fragments of the early history of Tain from its origin to the middle of the sixteenth century

by William Taylor

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Published by Roderick Douglas .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby William Taylor.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv,71p. ;
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16359865M

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The Necronomicon was an eighth-century Arabic work by the historian conventionally called Abdul Alhazred (more properly Abdullah Alhazred, or perhaps Abd-al-Hazred) of Damascus (d. ). His work, however, does not survive. It was lost sometime prior to the sixteenth century, but it was not forgotten. While popular attempts at reconstructing the ancient text (such as . Its population grew from aro inhabitants in the mid-sixteenth century to well over half a million by the end of the seventeenth. By it contained nearly 10 per cent of England's population and much more than 10 per cent of the nation's wealth.


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