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So, with that dying out, access to the bible by the common man died out as well, for bibles were available in Latin, but were not being translated into the rapidly diverging local languages. To this day the fate of the two lost nuclear bombs remains shrouded in mystery. It was the "Age of Enlightenment", when artists, mathematicians, physicians, and architects all thrived with creativity and ingenuity. While technically in Ventura County, this is the ranch that began civilization in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Pages: 320

Publisher: The Friday Project; Special Limited Ed edition (March 4, 2010)

ISBN: B003C2SPHI

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