4 edition of Ionia; land of wise men and fair women. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HX811 1898 .C72|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||301|
|LC Control Number||76154437|
Interior which a man hunched over reading from a small book. He sits at a table to which a young woman was busy with lace. She laughs at the man and holds a glass of wine in her hand. From the ceiling hangs a birdcage, against the wall a chart of sticks. Ionia: Land Of Wise Men And Fair Women. Alexander Craig. Chicago: E. A. Weeks Co., The Wise Men or Magi. Contrary to common belief, the book of Matthew does not state that there were three wise men, only that they were from the East and that they brought three gifts (or that they rode camels). In fact, earl medieval versions of the Nativity have 12 Magi depicted.
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Excerpt from Ionia: Land of Wise Men and Fair Women My father, David Musgrave, was the younger son'of a neighboring squire, and having but a younger son's por tion, he had been placed by his father in a London bank ing house, of which Author: Alexander Craig.
Genre/Form: Utopian fiction Utopias: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Craig, Alexander, active Ionia; land of wise men and fair women. Get this from a library.
Ionia: land of wise men and fair women. [Alexander Craig; J C Leyendecker; E.A. Weeks & Company,]. Ionia; Land of Wise Men and Fair Women (Book) Ionia; Land of Wise Men and Fair Women. Author. Craig, Alexander.
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Leyendecker, original pictorial gray buckram, front, spine and rear panels stamped in brown, green, yellow and. Ionia: Land of Wise Men and Fair Women by Alexander Craig. Publication date Publisher E.A. Weeks Co. Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of University of California Language English.
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Ionia: Land Of Wise Men And Fair Women. Alexander Craig. Chicago: E. Weeks Co., Illustrations and cover design by J. Leyendecker. First edition. “A young English philanthropist visits a hidden country in the Himalayas where a race descended from the Greeks and the Danes have solved humanity’s problems by practicing principles.
Ionia; Land of Wise Men and Fair Women by Alexander Craig The utopia in question in this 19th- century classic is a hidden country in the Himalayas, untouched by the outside world.
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