A history of the ancient world
Reflecting four decades of teaching and research, and drawing on the most recent scholarship, the third edition of this book continues to provide the broad coverage, chronological framework, and absorbing literary style that distinguished the previous editions. In the present revision, the chapters on early man have been extensively rewritten to incorporate the most recent anthropological and archaeological discoveries. A number of sections have been significantly recast, among them those on Hammurapi's Babylon, Shang's China, the socio-economic development of early Greece, Rome in the mid-Republic, and the Roman frontier policy in the Empire.
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Review: A History of the Ancient WorldUser Review - Alex - Goodreads
I wanted an expansive survey and that is what I got. It dwells a lot on minutiae of governance and things like that, but to get the basics of a huge topic, it does a great job. Can be dry reading. Read full review
Review: A History of the Ancient WorldUser Review - Nathan - Goodreads
This is a good overview of the ancient world focusing on the Mediterranean with less information on ancient Persia and China. It's hard to condense a couple thousand years into a few hundred pages and ... Read full review
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THE FIRST AcHIEVEMENTS OF MAN
THE FIRST cIVILIZATION OF MESOPOTAMIA
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