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Author: David Power; Kim Bartley; Donnacha O'Brien; Hugo Chávez Frías; Pedro Carmona; Jesse Helms; Rod Stoneman; Bord Scannán na hÉireann; Power Pictures (Firm)
Publisher: [U.K.] : Wallflower Press, 2008.
ISBNISSN: 9781905674749, 1905674740
Genre: Documentary films, History, Documentary
Notes: 1 videodisc (72 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Responsibility: The revolution will not be televised
Other titles: Chavez: inside the coup.
Chavez, inside the revolution
Edition: DVD video : PAL color broadcast system   Book : English
Target audience: Cert. Not available [BBFC].
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"A complete guide to the origins and significance of our time-honored biblical traditions"--Cover. List of Figures; Preface (Jack L. Davis); Transliteration Rules; Introduction: Glimpses of Messenia Past (Jack L. Davis); Chapter 1: The Environmental Setting (Eberhard Zangger); The Physical Scientist's Role in Regional Archaeology (Eberhard Zangger); From Pollen to Plants (Sergei Yazvenko); Chapter 2: The History of Archaeological Investigations in Messenia (Nigel Spencer); The Discovery of the Palace of Nestor (Jack L. Davis); Marinatos in Pylos (Yannos G. Lolos): Chapter 3: The Palace and its Dependencies (Jack L. Davis); The Port of Nestor (Eberhard Zangger); Mycenaean Burial at Pylos (Yannos G. Lolos); Chapter 4:The Palace and its Operations (Cynthia W. Shelmerdine); The Ano Englianos Hilltop After the Palace (Charles G. Griebel and Michael C. Nelson); The Perfumed-Oil Industry (Cynthia W. Shelmerdine); Chapter 5: The Linear B Archives and the Kingdom of Nestor III (John Bennet); The Prap Survey's Contribution (John Bennet); Umme and Nichoria (Cynthia W. Shelmerdine); Chapter 6: After the Palace: The Early "History" of Messenia (Ann B. Harrison and Nigel Spencer); Ceramic Typology for Beginners (Ann b. Harrison); Nichoria: An Early Age Village in Messenia (Nigel Spencer); The Battle of Sphacteria (425 B.C.); Chapter 7: Liberation and Conquest: Hellenistic and Roman Messenia (Susan E. Alcock); Dialiskari: A Late Roman Villa on the Messenian Coast (David Stone and Axel Kampke); Power from the Dead: Tomb Cult in Postliberation Messenia (Susan E. Alcock); Bouka (Ann B. Harrison); Chapter 8: Medieval Messenia (Sharon E.J. Gerstel); The Estates of Niccolo Acciaiuoli (Sharon E.J. Gerstel); Venetian Methoni (Modon) (Sharon E.J. Gerstel); Byzantine Sgraffito Ware (Sharon E.J. Gerstel); Chapter 9: The Second Ottoman Period and the Greek Revolution (Jack L. Davis; Hasanaga: A Glimpse into the Ottoman Countryside (Susan E. Alcock); The Battle of Navarino (Charles Watkinson); Chapter 10: From Pausanias to the Present (Jack L. Davis); Messenia's Multiple Past ( Jack L. Davis); Computers and the Maps at Prap (Sebastian Heath); A Fieldwalker's Perspective on Prap (Maria Antoniou and Kalliope Kaloyerakou); Timeline; Sources of Quotations; Further Reading; Index. Includes index. ""Pel and the pirates ""; ""pel and the pirates ""; ""one ""; ""one ""; ""two ""; ""two ""; ""three ""; ""three ""; ""four ""; ""four ""; ""five ""; ""five ""; ""six ""; ""six ""; ""seven ""; ""seven ""; ""eight ""; ""eight ""; ""nine ""; ""nine ""; ""ten ""; ""ten ""; ""eleven ""; ""eleven ""; ""twelve ""; ""twelve ""; ""thirteen ""; ""thirteen ""; ""fourteen ""; ""fourteen ""; ""fifteen ""; ""fifteen ""; ""sixteen ""; ""sixteen ""; ""seventeen ""; ""seventeen ""; ""eighteen ""; ""eighteen ""; ""nineteen ""; ""nineteen ""; ""twenty ""; ""twenty ""; ""twenty-one ""; ""twenty-one "" ""Twenty-two """"twenty-two ""; ""twenty-three ""; ""twenty-three "" As Chief Inspector Pel honeymoons with his long-time love in St Ives, a local taxi driver is murdered. More puzzling is his attempts to reach Pel before the brutal killing and the fact his message is one of murder, arson, and smuggling. But, can Pel break the silence surrounding the Islanders, and catch the killer?