Civilization past & present, Volume 1
Palmira Johnson Brummett, Robert Edgar, Neil J Hackett, George Jewsbury, Alastair M Taylor, Nels M Bailkey, Clyde Lewis
Longman, 2000 - History - 1081 pages
The Ninth Edition of this classic is a major revision that features a beautiful new four-color design. Now more inclusive of areas beyond Europe, Civilization Past and Present continues to be well known in the marketplace as a highly readable, accessible survey.
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