Heritage of Western Civilization, Volume 2
John Louis Beatty, Oliver A. Johnson
Prentice Hall, 1995 - History - 448 pages
This is the second volume in a collection of 70 original source selections introduces the reader to the history of Western civilization. The two-volume set is organised chronologically, spanning the ancient Near East to the contemporary world. The eighth edition includes revised or rewritten introductions to many topics, from Rome, through the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation, Early Modern Europe to the Contemporary World. Much of the existing coverage has been revised and new topics added. This edition also offers translations of non-English material.
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