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BYTES | NEW RELEASES

The new essay L’Uomo e il Cosmo (The Mankind and the Cosmos) by Paola Focardi has been released in the Bytes series. The author guides us on a short journey through that branch of science that has made us “infinitely small”, from the first mythical-religious representations of the universe to the birth of astronomy as a science and instrumental observations.

The publication is available only in Italian both in paperback and in free pdf format. The enhanced digital edition will soon be available.

The new publication Adorare Aten. Testi dalla corte del faraone Akhenaten (title’s translation: Worship Aten. Texts from the court of the Pharaoh Akhenaten) by Marco Zecchi, has been released in the Bytes series. An overview on the religious policy of a unique ruler, with a rich Appendix of texts newly translated from the hieroglyphic originals.

The publication is available only in Italian in many different formats: paperback, ebook, free pdf and free enhanced.

The new publication Nicholas Brown and the Roman revolution of 1848 / e la rivoluzione romana del 1848, by David I. Kertzer, has been released in the Bytes series. The significant and proactive role of the only official representative of the U.S. government in Rome at the time of the Roman revolution of 1848. The essay is completed with a selection of letters from Brown’s correspondence.

The publication is available in bilingual edition English/Italian, in many different formats: paperback, ebook, free pdf and free enhanced.

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