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ROME : Ancient Rome: Roman History and The Roman Empire (Rise and Fall, Roman Military, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, Ancient History)

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  • Total de Pages : 122 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Lundi 27 Avril 2015
  • Auteur : Roy Jackson
  • Éditeur : Healing Habits Publishing, LLC
  • Nom de Fichier : rome-ancient-rome-roman-history-and-the-roman-empire-rise-and-fall-roman-military-ancient-egypt-ancient-greece-ancient-history

ROME : Ancient Rome: Roman History and The Roman Empire (Rise and Fall, Roman Military, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, Ancient History) est écrit par Roy Jacksonavec un total de 122 pages et publié par Healing Habits Publishing, LLC le 2015-04-27.

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Learn the History and Legends of Ancient Rome!3rd Edition - In paperback! Additional content just added at no additional cost!☆★☆ Read this book for FREE on Kindle Unlimited - Download Now! ☆★☆Do you want to know more about this fascinating and influential civilization? Have you always wondered about the rise and fall of the Roman Republic and Empire? Would you like to know how the Romans made their mark on Western culture?When you download Ancient Rome, you're well on your way to becoming a history buff! This fascinating book could be the beginning of an engrossing history hobby. You'll be proud to show off your knowledge of Ancient Roman history to your friends and family! Ancient Rome starts at the very beginning, with Rome's Founding by the mythical Romulus and Remus. It continues past the era of kings into the founding of the Roman Republic. You'll learn about how the Romans put in place a law code and began to expand their Republic throughout Italy and beyond.You'll find out about all three Punic Wars, and how Rome's expansion as a Mediterranean power led to the dissolution of the Republic. Ancient Rome describes the life of the iconic Julius Caesar - the man who was the catalyst for the transition from Republic to Empire. His rise and fall, and the ascendance of the first Roman Emperor, Augustus, is a tale told for over 2000 years.Finally, you'll learn about the Roman Emperors that followed Augustus. Ancient Rome introduces you to famous names such as Titus, Nero, and Constantine. The story continues into the 5th Century AD - when the Western Roman Empire finally fell.Download Ancient Rome now, and start gaining knowledge about this amazing and iconic culture!Scroll to the top and select the "BUY" button for instant download.You’ll be glad you did!.

Pasta: Recipes from the Kitchen of the American Academy in Rome, Rome Sustainable Food Project

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  • ISBN : 1936941023
  • Total de Pages : 264 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Mardi 5 Novembre 2013
  • Auteur : Christopher Boswell
  • Éditeur : Little Bookroom
  • Nom de Fichier : pasta-recipes-from-the-kitchen-of-the-american-academy-in-rome-rome-sustainable-food-project

Pasta: Recipes from the Kitchen of the American Academy in Rome, Rome Sustainable Food Project est écrit par Christopher Boswellavec un total de 264 pages et publié par Little Bookroom le 2013-11-05.

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Even if you haven’t landed one of the coveted internships in the kitchen at the American Academy in Rome, you can have a behind-the-scenes tutorial in the way that pastas and sauces are made in its kitchen. The recipes in Pasta are arranged in the same order as the interns are taught to make them, from simple to more complex, and are organized the way Italians think about pasta, not only as fresh or dry but by the base of the sauces (oil, tomato, meat, and vegetable).   Even the most sophisticated cooks will be intrigued by chef Christopher Boswell’s engaging notes that explain what makes the flavors work together, why and how the sauces work with the pastas, and what makes a dish not only great but unforgettable.   He includes simple techniques, small refinements, and easy variations. Among the more than ninety recipes you’ll find ’nduja, a soft, spicy sausage spread from Calabria; a sauce that unexpectedly pairs basil and asparagus; delicate and refreshing summer pastas; and hearty and earthy vegetarian dishes. You’ll find the go-to dish of southern Italian families, made when no one can agree on what they want to eat; a recipe traditionally made by shepherds that uses three ingredients readily found in most modern kitchens; inventive sauces that are riffs on the classics; and iconic sauces whose success depends on something as simple as when to grind the pepper.   The influence of Chez Panisse is everywhere in Pasta (Chef Boswell is an alum and the Rome Sustainable Food Project at the American Academy was founded by Alice Waters). Sauces—and even meatballs—are often lighter than their Italian counterparts. Flavors are bright. Ingredients shine. Each dish tells a unique story.

Campus Martius and its Ancient Monuments: Self-Guided Walks to the Archeological Ruins of Rome (Rome in Ruins -- Self-Guided Walks) (Volume 2)

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  • ISBN : 1539081052
  • Total de Pages : 92 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Samedi 8 Octobre 2016
  • Auteur : Louis F. Aulbach
  • Éditeur : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Nom de Fichier : campus-martius-and-its-ancient-monuments-self-guided-walks-to-the-archeological-ruins-of-rome-rome-in-ruins-self-guided-walks-volume-2

Campus Martius and its Ancient Monuments: Self-Guided Walks to the Archeological Ruins of Rome (Rome in Ruins -- Self-Guided Walks) (Volume 2) est écrit par Louis F. Aulbachavec un total de 92 pages et publié par CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform le 2016-10-08.

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This volume focuses on a specific class of sites to see in Rome, namely, the archaeological sites of ancient Rome. By ancient Rome, we mean the Rome from the city's founding in 753 BC to the end of the Roman Empire in 476 AD. The approach we take is that of self-guided walks through the various neighborhoods of the city center. Along the route of each walk, the remnants of the story of Rome are identified and explained. A detailed map is provided so that one is able to follow the routes through the often-confusing streets and alleys of Rome. The walk included in this guidebook explores the Campus Martius, the large field dedicated to the Mars, the god of war. During the Republic, this mostly open ground, situated north and west of the Capitoline Hill and the Roman Forum, was the place where men gathered to form the Roman legions in preparation for military expeditions. The Campus Martius also was the location of the voting precincts in which the clans of Rome met to elect the magistrates that would rule the city. In the Late Republic and Early Empire, the Campus Martius became the place where an extensive building program began to fill the open spaces with theaters, temples, baths and other monuments. The construction of monumental structures continued in the first and second centuries AD, especially after the great fire of 80 AD that devastated a large part of the Campus Martius. Of the twenty-two sites visited on this walk, some will be familiar (the Pantheon, the Column of Marcus Aurelius, the Stadium of Domitian, the Sacred Area of Largo Argentina), but others may be completely new to you (the Baths of Agrippa, the Basilica of Neptune, the Temple of Isis, the Saepta Julia, the Crypta Balbi). We hope that you will enjoy them all. This self-guided walk begins and ends at Rome's Termini Metro Station. The Metro station is located in the Termini Railway Station, and both lines of the Metro network are accessible at the Termini. This permits you to make efficient use of the Metro and walking to do an optimal amount of sightseeing in the limited amount of time available during a short stay in the Eternal City. The Metro is convenient, inexpensive and easy to use. The more you become familiar with the system, the better you are able to get around Rome and its sites.

Biscotti: Recipes from the Kitchen of the American Academy in Rome, Rome Sustainable Food Project

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  • ISBN : 1892145898
  • Total de Pages : 140 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Mardi 12 Octobre 2010
  • Auteur : Mona Talbott
  • Éditeur : Little Bookroom
  • Nom de Fichier : biscotti-recipes-from-the-kitchen-of-the-american-academy-in-rome-rome-sustainable-food-project

Biscotti: Recipes from the Kitchen of the American Academy in Rome, Rome Sustainable Food Project est écrit par Mona Talbottavec un total de 140 pages et publié par Little Bookroom le 2010-10-12.

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The Rome Sustainable Food Project, a program devoted to providing organic, local, and sustainable meals for the community of the American Academy in Rome, has launched a delicious revolution to rethink institutional dining. Headed by chef Mona Talbott, a Chez Panisse alum, and guided by Alice Waters, the menus have given rise to a new, authentic cuisine inspired by la cucina romana, Chez Panisse, and the collective experience of those working in the AAR kitchen. Biscotti is the first book in the series. Each volume, covering a single subject, contains authentic, simple recipes for favorite dishes served at the academy’s communal table, narrated with carefully explained techniques and methods–suitable for both the home cook and the institutional kitchen.Our first bite into this book project is a sweet one, focusing on fifty biscotti and dolcetti (cookies and sweets). Subsequent volumes in the series will include muffins and scones; pasta, long and short; vegetables; preserves; and more.

Zuppe: Soups from the Kitchen of the American Academy in Rome, Rome Sustainable Food Project

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  • ISBN : 1892145979
  • Total de Pages : 180 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Mardi 3 Avril 2012
  • Auteur : Mona Talbott
  • Éditeur : Little Bookroom
  • Nom de Fichier : zuppe-soups-from-the-kitchen-of-the-american-academy-in-rome-rome-sustainable-food-project

Zuppe: Soups from the Kitchen of the American Academy in Rome, Rome Sustainable Food Project est écrit par Mona Talbottavec un total de 180 pages et publié par Little Bookroom le 2012-04-03.

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Much more than a collection of remarkable soups, Mona Talbott’s Zuppe is also a wise and gentle tutorial on the “the beauty and delicious rewards of frugality” and how the humblest foods can be the most profoundly satisfying. In addition to 50 recipes, Talbott shares approaches and techniques that can change the way a cook thinks about economy, improvisation, and using all the flavors and nutrients inherent in each ingredient.A Chez Panisse graduate, Talbott was chosen by Alice Waters to be Executive Chef of the innovative Rome Sustainable Food Project at the American Academy in Rome. There, while cooking for the Academy’s creative community of scholars, historians, artists, archaeologists, and architects, Talbott perfected a repertoire of dishes made from local, seasonal, organic ingredients. Central to the menu are soups.Inspired by the traditions of cucina povera, the so-called “cuisine of the poor” that has been the source of so many brilliant Italian dishes, Talbott’s recipes waste nothing, employ the concept of arrangiarsi (“making do”), and skillfully transform leftovers. And, in another nod to the wisdom and economy of traditional kitchens, she also points out which soups can easily be made into one-dish meals with the addition of a single ingredient such as a poached egg, a piece of grilled toast, or even clams. Organized seasonally, Zuppe also serves as a practical guide to using the bounty of farmers markets throughout the year.

Pasta: Recipes from the Kitchen of the American Academy in Rome, Rome Sustainable Food Project by Christopher Boswell (2013-11-05)

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  • Date de Sortie : Jeudi 0
  • Auteur : Christopher Boswell
  • Éditeur : Little Bookroom
  • Nom de Fichier : pasta-recipes-from-the-kitchen-of-the-american-academy-in-rome-rome-sustainable-food-project-by-christopher-boswell-2013-11-05

Pasta: Recipes from the Kitchen of the American Academy in Rome, Rome Sustainable Food Project by Christopher Boswell (2013-11-05) est écrit par Christopher Boswell et publié par Little Bookroom.

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ROME

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  • ISBN : 1611290716
  • Total de Pages : pages
  • Date de Sortie : Mardi 7 Janvier 2014
  • Auteur : Jay Crownover
  • Éditeur : WILLIAM MORROW & CO, INC/IMP O
  • Nom de Fichier : rome

ROME est écrit par Jay Crownover et publié par WILLIAM MORROW & CO, INC/IMP O le 2014-01-07.

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ROME

Rome

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  • ISBN : 2822901708
  • Total de Pages : 271 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Jeudi 0 September 7, 2017
  • Auteur : Collectif
  • Éditeur : National Geographic
  • Nom de Fichier : rome

Rome est écrit par Collectifavec un total de 271 pages et publié par National Geographic le September 7, 2017.

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Rome

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  • ISBN : 2365010172
  • Total de Pages : 96 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Jeudi 0 March 8, 2017
  • Auteur : Collectif
  • Éditeur : Itak
  • Nom de Fichier : rome

Rome est écrit par Collectifavec un total de 96 pages et publié par Itak le March 8, 2017.

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Rome

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  • ISBN : 2845821778
  • Total de Pages : 265 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Jeudi 0 January 5, 2006
  • Auteur : Sari Gilbert
  • Éditeur : National Geographic
  • Nom de Fichier : rome

Rome est écrit par Sari Gilbertavec un total de 265 pages et publié par National Geographic le January 5, 2006.

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Rome

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  • ISBN : 2845823819
  • Total de Pages : 271 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Jeudi 0 March 1, 2012
  • Auteur : Sari Gilbert
  • Éditeur : National Geographic
  • Nom de Fichier : rome

Rome est écrit par Sari Gilbertavec un total de 271 pages et publié par National Geographic le March 1, 2012.

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Rome

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  • ISBN : 2812316314
  • Total de Pages : 160 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Jeudi 0 March 14, 2018
  • Auteur : Carole Saturno
  • Éditeur : Editions du Chêne
  • Nom de Fichier : rome

Rome est écrit par Carole Saturnoavec un total de 160 pages et publié par Editions du Chêne le March 14, 2018.

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THE ANTONINE WALL (DEFENDERS OF ROME Book 4)

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  • Total de Pages : 289 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Vendredi 3 Janvier 2014
  • Auteur : William Harper
  • Éditeur : KINDLE BOOKS
  • Nom de Fichier : the-antonine-wall-defenders-of-rome-book-4

THE ANTONINE WALL (DEFENDERS OF ROME Book 4) est écrit par William Harperavec un total de 289 pages et publié par KINDLE BOOKS le 2014-01-03.

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Asked to rebuild the Fourth-Britannia Legion by Governor Quintus Urbicus to defend an effort to build a wall north of Hadrian's Wall to protect friendly tribes there, former legate Gaius Marcus accepts the challenge on his wife's advice to gain advancement for his eldest son, Marcus Heraclius who will go as his optio. Gaius finds the British legionaries and auxiliaries eager for action, pay, and advancement. He leads north up the center while Legate Appius takes the Twentieth up the west. Governor Urbicus advances in the east. Gaius is doubtful about the identity of the tribes he fought as Caledonians early in Hadrian's reign.He meets Prince Ponarax of the horse-loving Epidii, friendly to Rome. Urbicus buys a horse. But there is a hostile alliance, the Maeatae, whose leader-Bellamachus spits in Governor Urbicus' face and goes to sea. Appius and Gaius are attacked by a strong force. They medicate and free the survivors to try to split the alliance. Their victory helps justify Antoninus Pius' title Imperator. Coming to the River Clyde, Appius and the Twentieth begin work on its north side while Gaius and the Fourth fight a desperate battle to the north to protect them and the Damnonii people living in an old Roman fort Colonica. Young Marcus Heraclius falls in love with Chief Ciridimacius daughter, lovely Elefra, though the Damnonii are no help in the battle. Epidii lancers do help. Yet the Damnonii cattle and sheep-herders provide food to Gaius' Fourth. Lunging north on an old Roman road, Gaius and his troops take Bellamachus' harbor stronghold by a ruse. Between the Roman Navy and Marcus' Artillery Bellamachus is killed by an arrow from Gaius' bow. The pirate captains are executed and the Triumph on Ocean goes to Admiral Murexus. The Northern tribes must turn to a more peaceful life-way. Attacks continue by archery on unprotected workers, and by night on fortifications. Pictish pirate attacks on the Epidii turn out to be a small problems, when one night battle has the Damnonii fighting for their lives. Behind the Fourth the Antonine Wall is completed. The Picts unexpectedly appeal for clemency, when they are driven from their impoverished part of Hibernia. The tribes protected between the walls welcome them and Imperator Antoninus Pius sees they are fed and have seed grain. With his son married to Elefra, Gaius has become a grandfather. Damnonii archers and Picts grow interested in becoming Roman auxiliaries. Gaius recruits and ascertains none wish to train with the Brigantes at Hadrian's Wall. He passes his command to his Primus Pilus Dagdadumnus. With permission of Governor and Imperator Gaius returns to Italia with family and optio. He gets a letter from Greek General and author Arrian that the Alani Horde is about to invade eastern Dacia. Some cast doubts. By the time Imperator Antoninus has given power to Gaius to act, none have doubts. The Alani, 40,000, strong raid the Bastarnae horse herds before King Jordonos can summon his cavalry and phalanx warriors. Gaius persuades him to gamble more horses and fake gold. With these they lure the Alani onto bad ground, where they defeat them decisively. Jordonos sets out to sell the horses at Tomis on the Black Sea. Gaius scouts to the east and finds a huge devastated region. At Roman Angusta he finds from Tribune Macrinus that 60,000 Alani under Adarnasir are not forty miles east. Gaius fortifies and seeks allies. Hubric, Uncle of Jordonos, brings livestock for food and his cavalry and phalanx men. The Romans practice the phalanx. They mount their artillery and fortify, massing their cavalry. With enemies north and south the Alans under Adarnasir try to charge over them, but are defeated by the phalanx, archery and artillery as well as fortification. Hubric goes to sell horses. Gaius leads his men back to Italia. He tells the Imperator to keep Picts and Brigantes apart for peace in Britannia. In Dacia peace will last a generation. Gaius goes to Sephrona never to leave again.

Gusto for Things: A History of Objects in Seventeenth-Century Rome

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  • ISBN : 0226010570
  • Total de Pages : 392 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Lundi 22 Avril 2013
  • Auteur : Renata Ago
  • Éditeur : University Of Chicago Press
  • Nom de Fichier : gusto-for-things-a-history-of-objects-in-seventeenth-century-rome

Gusto for Things: A History of Objects in Seventeenth-Century Rome est écrit par Renata Agoavec un total de 392 pages et publié par University Of Chicago Press le 2013-04-22.

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We live in a material world—our homes are filled with things, from electronics to curios and hand-me-downs, that disclose as much about us and our aspirations as they do about current trends. But we are not the first: the early modern period was a time of expanding consumption, when objects began to play an important role in defining gender as well as social status. Gusto for Things reconstructs the material lives of seventeenth-century Romans, exploring new ways of thinking about the meaning of things as a historical phenomenon. Through creative use of account books, inventories, wills, and other records, Renata Ago examines early modern attitudes toward possessions, asking what people did with their things, why they wrote about them, and how they passed objects on to their heirs. While some inhabitants of Rome were connoisseurs of the paintings, books, and curiosities that made the city famous, Ago shows that men and women of lesser means also filled their homes with a more modest array of goods. She also discovers the genealogies of certain categories of things—for instance, books went from being classed as luxury goods to a category all their own—and considers what that reveals about the early modern era. An animated investigation into the relationship between people and the things they buy, Gusto for Things paints an illuminating portrait of the meaning of objects in preindustrial Europe.

Gusto for Things: A History of Objects in Seventeenth-Century Rome by Renata Ago (2013-04-22)

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  • Date de Sortie : Dimanche 0 1857
  • Auteur : Renata Ago
  • Éditeur : University Of Chicago Press
  • Nom de Fichier : gusto-for-things-a-history-of-objects-in-seventeenth-century-rome-by-renata-ago-2013-04-22

Gusto for Things: A History of Objects in Seventeenth-Century Rome by Renata Ago (2013-04-22) est écrit par Renata Ago et publié par University Of Chicago Press le 1857.

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Gusto for Things: A History of Objects in Seventeenth-Century Rome by Ago Renata (2013-04-22) Hardcover

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  • Date de Sortie : Dimanche 0 1711
  • Auteur : Renata Ago
  • Éditeur : University Of Chicago Press
  • Nom de Fichier : gusto-for-things-a-history-of-objects-in-seventeenth-century-rome-by-ago-renata-2013-04-22-hardcover

Gusto for Things: A History of Objects in Seventeenth-Century Rome by Ago Renata (2013-04-22) Hardcover est écrit par Renata Ago et publié par University Of Chicago Press le 1711.

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Gusto for Things: A History of Objects in Seventeenth-Century Rome by Ago, Renata (2013) Hardcover

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  • Date de Sortie : Dimanche 0 1609
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  • Éditeur : University Of Chicago Press
  • Nom de Fichier : gusto-for-things-a-history-of-objects-in-seventeenth-century-rome-by-ago-renata-2013-hardcover

Gusto for Things: A History of Objects in Seventeenth-Century Rome by Ago, Renata (2013) Hardcover est écrit par et publié par University Of Chicago Press le 1609.

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Here I Walk: A Thousand Miles on Foot to Rome with Martin Luther

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  • ISBN : 1587433052
  • Total de Pages : 240 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Mardi 15 Novembre 2016
  • Auteur : Andrew L. Wilson
  • Éditeur : Brazos Press
  • Nom de Fichier : here-i-walk-a-thousand-miles-on-foot-to-rome-with-martin-luther

Here I Walk: A Thousand Miles on Foot to Rome with Martin Luther est écrit par Andrew L. Wilsonavec un total de 240 pages et publié par Brazos Press le 2016-11-15.

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A Thousand-Mile Pilgrimage with Martin LutherIn 2010, Andrew Wilson and his wife, Sarah, walked in the footsteps of Martin Luther, re-creating his famous pre-Reformation pilgrimage from Erfurt to Rome. Their trek was well publicized, with coverage in the Christian Century, First Things, the Wall Street Journal, and Books & Culture. They were also interviewed by travel expert Rick Steves on his popular radio program. As they walked their journey of a thousand miles over seventy days, thousands of readers followed along on the Wilsons' blog.This engaging narrative brings readers along as Andrew and Sarah traverse Europe, visiting sites such as Coburg Castle, Ulm's Münster, the Alps, Milan, Florence, and Rome. Their journey provides a unique window into the history of the Protestant Reformation and a creative entryway into the life of Luther. The book also reflects on the contemporary ecumenical significance of the events of the Reformation, exploring what the changes of the past 500 years mean for the Christian present and future.Beautifully written and enjoyable to read, Here I Walk offers a unique combination of firsthand travel narrative, fascinating explorations in history, and theological and spiritual reflection. Pictures, maps, and an afterword by Sarah Hinlicky Wilson are included.