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Theophilus, the Battle-axe a history of the lives and adventures of Theophilus Ransom Gates and the Battle-axes. by Charles Coleman Sellers

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Published by [Press of Patterson & White co.] in Philadelphia .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Gates, Theophilus R. 1787-1846.,
  • Battle-Axes (Sect)

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementBy Charles Coleman Sellers.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX6510.B3 S4
The Physical Object
Pagination1 p. l., 7-67 p.
Number of Pages67
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6753987M
LC Control Number31003926
OCLC/WorldCa6046384

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About this Book Catalog Record Details. Theophilus, the Battle-axe; a history of the lives and adventures Sellers, Charles Coleman, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Theophilus the battle axe: a history of the lives and adventures of Theophilus Ransom Gates and the battle-axes / by Charles Coleman Sellers [The Author?] Philadelphia Australian/Harvard Citation. Sellers, Charles Coleman. & Patterson & White (Printer). The Battle Axe culture, also called Boat Axe culture, is a Chalcolithic culture which flourished in the coastal areas of the south of the Scandinavian Peninsula and southwest Finland, from around 2, BC to 2, BC.. The Battle Axe culture was an offshoot of the Corded Ware culture, and replaced the Funnelbeaker culture in southern Scandinavia, probably through a process of Geographical range: Europe. Theophilus was a Gothic bishop who attended the First Council of Nicaea in CE and was among those who signed the Nicene Creed. His name is also sometimes spelled Theophilas, such as Theophilas Gothiae, or Theophilos.. Although the original documents of the council have not survived, several versions of the list of bishops at Nicaea have been preserved.

  After Theophilus Gates died, Hannah Williamson became the leader of the Battle Axes. An in-your-face type, Hannah was often thrown out of camp meetings and church services for her disruptive tactics. She left North Coventry in the late s with her ardor for the Battle Axe still burning brightly.   The map of the Free Love Valley is from Charles Coleman Seller's book, "Theophilus the Battle Axe." William Stubblebine's house is located a . Battle Axe is the independent design and animation studio of Adam Plouff in Atlanta, Georgia. Hello, I'm Adam. Sometimes I build tools to make animation projects happen more efficiently. A few of these tools are actually fit to be used by other people. These are those tools. The Battle Axe was a crucial instrument since the Stone Age. Viking warriors are thought to be the first Europeans to make a large Battle Axe just for war. Since swords were not effectively useful against plate armor, maces, axes and war hammers were preferred by foot soldiers during the middle ages. Shorter handled axes were favored by knights for mounted combat.