The Ottoman Lady: A Social History from 1718 to 1918
Titan is proud to continue its series of the lavishly reproduced Classic Bible Stories, with David the Shepherd King and St. Paul the Adventurer. The first story, drawn by Frank Bellamy, tells the story of David, the boy who slew a giant and became King of Israel. The second, drawn by Frank Hampson, features St. Paul, a Jew who converted to Christianity after experiencing a vision on the road to Damascus.
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