Grand Cayman Thrush on Cayman Islands 1/4 cent stamp, Sept. 8, 1970, after the Cayman Islands currency changed to the Cayman Islands Dollar from British pounds, shillings and pence.   Grand Cayman Thrush – Turdus ravidus, GC endemic, is extinct. This was the only Cayman Islands endemic bird species, as opposed to subspecies, and was last recorded in 1938, by C. Bernard Lewis, on the Oxford University Biological Expedition to the Cayman Islands. Photo in CaymanWildlife - Google Photos

Grand Cayman Thrush on Cayman Islands 1/4 cent stamp, Sept. 8, 1970, after the Cayman Islands currency changed to the Cayman Islands Dollar from British pounds, shillings and pence. Grand Cayman Thrush – Turdus ravidus, GC endemic, is extinct. This was the only Cayman Islands endemic bird species, as opposed to subspecies, and was last recorded in 1938, by C. Bernard Lewis, on the Oxford University Biological Expedition to the Cayman Islands. Photo in CaymanWildlife - Google Photos

Notes on a Century Bernard Lewis Buntzie Ellis Churchill

Notes on a Century Bernard Lewis Buntzie Ellis Churchill

Bernard Lewis,Ellis

Grand Cayman Thrush on Cayman Islands 1 cent coin, currently in use.  Grand Cayman Thrush – Turdus ravidus, GC endemic, is extinct. This was the only Cayman Islands endemic bird species, as opposed to subspecies, and was last recorded in 1938, by C. Bernard Lewis, on the Oxford University Biological Expedition to the Cayman Islands. Photo in CaymanWildlife - Google Photos

Grand Cayman Thrush on Cayman Islands 1 cent coin, currently in use. Grand Cayman Thrush – Turdus ravidus, GC endemic, is extinct. This was the only Cayman Islands endemic bird species, as opposed to subspecies, and was last recorded in 1938, by C. Bernard Lewis, on the Oxford University Biological Expedition to the Cayman Islands. Photo in CaymanWildlife - Google Photos

Bernard Lewis' hopes for Muslim society resonated with characteristic American generosity and optimism. And so his disappointment also is ours.

Bernard Lewis' hopes for Muslim society resonated with characteristic American generosity and optimism. And so his disappointment also is ours.

Lewis, Bernard, 1916- Las Identidades múltiples de Oriente Medio / por Bernard Lewis Madrid : Siglo Veintiuno de España, 2000 http://cataleg.ub.edu/record=b1929114~S1*cat

Lewis, Bernard, 1916- Las Identidades múltiples de Oriente Medio / por Bernard Lewis Madrid : Siglo Veintiuno de España, 2000 http://cataleg.ub.edu/record=b1929114~S1*cat

Campus Watch _   Stop Islamic teachings from being infiltrated into  American Schools now!  Sharia Law and The Rule of Law coexisting is a oxymoron.  It can be one form of law or the other but, not both.   Totalitarianism extinguishes the flame of Freedom…

Campus Watch _ Stop Islamic teachings from being infiltrated into American Schools now! Sharia Law and The Rule of Law coexisting is a oxymoron. It can be one form of law or the other but, not both. Totalitarianism extinguishes the flame of Freedom…

In Defense of History - Medievalists.net  When I was in public school, we were never explained how things that happened in history had ramifications and led to particular philosophies.  We were taught to memorize dates, and that was it.  There is so much more to history and so much we should study and understand.

In Defense of History - Medievalists.net When I was in public school, we were never explained how things that happened in history had ramifications and led to particular philosophies. We were taught to memorize dates, and that was it. There is so much more to history and so much we should study and understand.

Grand Cayman Thrush on Cayman Islands 1/4 d (1/4 penny) = one farthing, stamp, June 5, 1969, when the Cayman Islands currency was British pounds, shillings and pence.   Grand Cayman Thrush – Turdus ravidus, GC endemic, is extinct. This was the only Cayman Islands endemic bird species, as opposed to subspecies, and was last recorded in 1938, by C. Bernard Lewis, on the Oxford University Biological Expedition to the Cayman Islands.

Grand Cayman Thrush on Cayman Islands 1/4 d (1/4 penny) = one farthing, stamp, June 5, 1969, when the Cayman Islands currency was British pounds, shillings and pence. Grand Cayman Thrush – Turdus ravidus, GC endemic, is extinct. This was the only Cayman Islands endemic bird species, as opposed to subspecies, and was last recorded in 1938, by C. Bernard Lewis, on the Oxford University Biological Expedition to the Cayman Islands.

Alamut Kalesi ve Hasan El Sabbah - Bernard Lewis

Alamut Kalesi ve Hasan El Sabbah - Bernard Lewis

https://flic.kr/p/HTZtZ4 | Bernard Lewis for PIFAL | Pencil 4B on Fabriano

https://flic.kr/p/HTZtZ4 | Bernard Lewis for PIFAL | Pencil 4B on Fabriano

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