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Книга plane Modelling step-by-step Vol.2 airplane Modelling step-by-step Vol.2 Книги Вооружение Автор: J.M.Villalba Формат: pdf Издат.:T+1 booklet Страниц: 50 Размер: 20.62 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Красочное иллюстрированное пошаговое руководство по сборке моделей-копий самолетов. На примере различных самолетов - от бипланов Первой мировой до современных реактивных истребителей в масштабах 1:72 и 1:48 - показаны приемы и хитрости сборки, деталировки, покраски и тонирования моделей.Книга представляет интерес не только для начинающих, но и для опытных моделистов. Представлены самолеты: Albatros D.V, Henschel Hs-129B, Me-163B Komet, F-4B Phantom II, По-2, SBD-5 Dauntless, Aichi D3A1 ValA vibrant modellers' consultant from Spain (in English) exhibits tips to develop into a professional at building, finishing and completing 1/48th and 1/72nd scale kits. vast color pictures exhibit how you can superdetail an Me 163B Komet; Douglas Dauntless, Albatros D.V, Aichi D3A1 Val; Polikarpov U-2 and Henschel Hs 129B in 1:48 scale and the F-4B Phantom II in 1:72.

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He was advised to write to his governor in Bahrain, Azadhfiruz son of Gushnas, whom the Arabs called ‘the mutilator’, because he used to cut off hands and feet [to punish criminals]. . ’ . . Meanwhile Tamim had moved to Hajar in order to get provisions and gleanings. ’ They came forward and he led them into Mushaqqar, which is a fortified place facing another fortress called Safa. . Once the governor had got Tamim within Mushaqqar, he massacred their menfolk and spared only the boys. 984–86) In southeast Arabia, as well as recognising a paramount clan among the Azd and according them the title of Julanda, the Sasanians 29 EAST ARABIA installed a governor with military backing (Awtabi 271r).

The whole place teems with Arabs – shipowners or charterers and sailors – and is astir with commercial activity. For they share in the trade across the water [the African coast] and with Barygaza [on the Indian coast], using their own outfits. . Nine days further inland is Zafar, the metropolis, residence of Karib’il, legitimate king of the two nations, the Himyarites and the one lying next to it, called the Sabaean. He is a friend of the emperors thanks to continuous embassies and gifts. The port of trade of Muza, though without a harbour, offers a good roadstead for mooring because of the anchorages with sandy bottom all around.

I learned that as many as one hundred and twenty vessels were sailing from Myos Hormos [a Red Sea port on the Egyptian coast] to India, whereas formerly, under the Ptolemies, only a very few ventured to undertake the voyage and to carry on traffic in Indian merchandise. 12) This meant that the future in south Arabia lay in ports, not in caravan cities. Hadramawt realised this and established harbours at Qana (next to modern Bir Ali) and Samhar (modern Khor Rori in south Oman). A mid-first century AD author of a handbook on maritime trade gives us the following information about the former harbour: After Eudaimon Arabia [modern Aden] .

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