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The Queen of Sheba's Round Table

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The Queen of Sheba's Round Table is in no way intended as an imitation or gender sensitive counterpart of King Arthur's famous colloquium but is a virtual meeting of spiritually noble ladies presenting their illustrious life stories. The purpose of the study is to present women from real life in the most natural and comprehensible way possible, nevertheless relying on documented texts. The activities and ideologies of the heroines participating in this unique albeit imaginary meeting are microscoped for particular features that would explain their outstanding achievements, believed to be in some way or other inheritable and thus transferable to further eligible candidates. The accounts are interspersed with questions raised by the listening participants, intended to reflect the opinion of the author.

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The Author: Born in 1939 Annelies Glander studied languages and, simultaneously, started to explore other civilisations. She obtained a master degree in Social Anthropology and a doctorate in Sociology. Still working as a linguist and terminologist she continues devoting all free time to study trips and field research, and the subsequent elaboration of books. (Inheritance in Islam, 1998, The Oriental Child, 2001).

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The Queen of Sheba's Round Table is in no way intended as an imitation or gender sensitive counterpart of King Arthur's famous colloquium but is a virtual meeting of spiritually noble ladies presenting their illustrious life stories. The purpose of the study is to present women from real life in the most natural and comprehensible way possible, nevertheless relying on documented texts. The activities and ideologies of the heroines participating in this unique albeit imaginary meeting are microscoped for particular features that would explain their outstanding achievements, believed to be in some way or other inheritable and thus transferable to further eligible candidates. The accounts are interspersed with questions raised by the listening participants, intended to reflect the opinion of the author.



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Contents: A survey of latest genetics - The legendary role of the hoopoe - The riddles of Solomon - The Ark of the Covenant - Jewish origin in Ethiopia - A woman's correspondence with the Pope - The importance of women in the creation of religions - Women as founders of universities - Heroines and alleged traitors.

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Titre: The Queen of Sheba's Round Table
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Code EAN: 9783631529393
ISBN: 978-3-631-52939-3
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Sciences sociales en général
nombre de pages: 238
Poids: 320g
Taille: H210mm x B210mm x T148mm
Année: 2004
Auflage: Neuausg.

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