3 edition of Zenobia or the Fall of Palmyra found in the catalog.
June 30, 2005
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||360|
Zenobia was the Queen of the Palmyrene Empire from to A.D. Under her rule, Palmyra expanded from modern Syria all the way from Iraq through Turkey and into Egypt.. Although not much is known of Zenobia’s ancestry, she was likely of noble descent, . Zenobia: The Fall of Palmyra (Book) Zenobia: The Fall of Palmyra. Author. Ware, William. Publisher. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping $ free shipping worldwide. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization. Ancient.
The Palmyrene Empire was a splinter state centered at Palmyra which broke away from the Roman Empire during the Crisis of the Third encompassed the Roman provinces of Syria Palaestina, Arabia Petraea, Egypt and large parts of Asia Minor.. Zenobia ruled the Palmyrene Empire as regent for her son Vaballathus, who had become King of Palmyra in In Zenobia managed to conquer Capital: Palmyra. Palmyra and Its Empire: Zenobia's Revolt Against Rome. Agnes Carr Vaughan. Zenobia of Palmyra. Rex Winsbury. Zenobia of Palmyra: History, Myth, and the Neo-Classical Imagination. William Wright. An Account of Palmyra and Zenobia: With Travels and Adventures in Bashan and the Desert. , reprint Yasamin Zahran.
This book casts light on a much neglected phase of the UNESCO world heritage site of Palmyra, namely the period between the fall of the Palmyrene ‘Empire’ (AD . View of Palmyra with the Temple of Bel, Bernard Gagnon CC BY-SA Zenobia married Odaenathus who was a Romanized Arab and the ruler of Palmyra. He began his reign in the year He defended Palmyra from the Persians who had just defeated Roman Emperor Valerian.
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William Ware’s classic public domain book, Zenobia: The Fall of Palmyra,examines the splendor of the ancient empire and the remarkable lady who made it a reality.
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Zenobia; or, The fall of Palmyra. In letters of L. Manlius Piso; from Palmyra, to his friend Marcus Curtius at Rome. [William Ware]. Review of Zenobia of Palmyra by Rex Winsbury This is a book for all Zenobia fans.
Even before you open it, you know it will be something special. The cover places Harriet Hosmer's larger-than-life size statue of Zenobia In Chains () right in front of the triple gate of Palmyra's Grand Colonnade, a leap of imagination across the centuries to unite two feminist icons: Hosmer's most admired.
The Incredible Rise and Fall of the City of Palmyra. 23 October A Muscular Christian in Palmyra Palmyra [Tadmor]I know that I felt very close to Zenobia, which made the book a joy for me to write. View my complete profile. The Last 24 Hours on Zenobia. Zenobia; or, the Fall of Palmyra by William Ware.
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Additional books from the extended shelves. This book is what it says it is. Primarily it is a book about the city of Palmyra and its empire.
Secondly it is a book about Zenobia and her revolt against Rome. For anyone interested in Palmyra the book offers a thorough investigation of the city, its beginnings, culture and economy.
Different archeological findings are taken into account/5(5).Fall of Palmyra. A historical romance. In letters of Lucius M. Piso from Palmyra to his friend Marcus Curtius at Rome.
[By W. Ware.] by Zenobia (Book) 1 edition published in in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Ovr the next two years she expanded the empire, capturing Egypt and a large part od Anatolia (Turkey).
Unfortunatley, her conquests gained the attention of the Roman Empire. William Ware's classic public domain book, Zenobia: The Fall of Palmyra, examines the splendor of the ancient empire and the remarkable lady who made it a reality show more/5(12).