The challenge of the West: Peoples and cultures from the Stone Age to 1640, Volume 1
This textbook provides a one-of-a-kind view of the history of the Western world. It weaves together all strands of history into easily grasped, chronologically organized chapters. -Back cover.
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THE B C a d SYSTEM FOR RECKONING DATES
The Neolithic Period
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