Armband Messing silberfarben Stretch Chihuahua Buckley London - Damen-Stretcharmband aus Messing silberfarben mit Charmanhänger. Der Anhänger hat die Form eines Chihuahuas (Hund) mit buntem Lack. Das Armband hat eine Länge von 18cm und wird in einem Geschenketui geliefert. Geschlecht: Damen Gewicht in Gramm: 13,7g Gravurfähig: Nein Inklusive: Geschenketui Legierung: Messing Länge in cm: 18,0cm Optik des Oberfläche: silberfarben Schmuck Metall: Messing Schmuck Typ: Armbänder & Armreifen Verschluß: Ohne Verschluss Artikelveredelung: ohne Schmuckzertifikat: Nein
Climate change is today´s news, but it isn´t a new phenomenon. Centuries-long cycles of heating and cooling are well documented for Europe and the North Atlantic. These variations in climate, including the Medieval Warm Period (MWP), AD 900 to 1300, and the early centuries of the Little Ice Age (LIA), AD 1300 to 1600, had a substantial impact on the cultural history of Europe. In this pathfinding volume, William C. Foster marshals extensive evidence that the heating and cooling of the MWP and LIA also occurred in North America and significantly affected the cultural history of Native peoples of the American Southwest, Southern Plains, and Southeast. Correlating climate change data with studies of archaeological sites across the Southwest, Southern Plains, and Southeast, Foster presents the first comprehensive overview of how Native American societies responded to climate variations over seven centuries. He describes how, as in Europe, the MWP ushered in a cultural renaissance, during which population levels surged and Native peoples substantially intensified agriculture, constructed monumental architecture, and produced sophisticated works of art. Foster follows the rise of three dominant cultural centers-Chaco Canyon in New Mexico, Cahokia on the middle Mississippi River, and Casas Grandes in northwestern Chihuahua, Mexico-that reached population levels comparable to those of London and Paris. Then he shows how the LIA reversed the gains of the MWP as population levels and agricultural production sharply declined; Chaco Canyon, Cahokia, and Casas Grandes collapsed; and dozens of smaller villages also collapsed or became fortresses. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Lenz. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/015304/bk_acx0_015304_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Meet Julie Chavan. Julie is trying to rescue the legendary New York publishing house West 57. Everyone else in her life is trying to rescue Julie - her mother, her ex-fiancé, her ex-best friend, and even the ghost of her dead father. They all think they know what Julie needs. What Julie actually needs is a big best seller for West 57, but her debut of the year´s hottest book is spinning wildly out of control. Julie is dealing with a dead con artist, an oversexed London agent, an irresistible young book editor, a drunk author spouting bawdy limericks, and a flying Chihuahua. The smart thing would be to say good-bye to West 57. Julie´s Hollywood mother wants her in Los Angeles, and there´s nothing keeping Julie in New York - nothing except her whole life. But before Julie can decide where she´s going, she has to decide what she really wants. Exuberantly funny and emotionally rich, West 57 will make you laugh and cry about love, friendships, and the big choices in life. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Meredith Mitchell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/008134/bk_blak_008134_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.