Sources of Crossroads and Cultures, Volume I: To 1450: A History of the World's Peoples
Macmillan, Jan 30, 2012 - History - 352 pages
Designed to accompany Crossroads and Cultures: A History of the World's Peoples, this two-volume primary source reader extends the textbook's emphasis on the human dimension of global history through the voices of both notable figures and everyday individuals. Carefully developed by the esteemed author team of its parent text, Sources of Crossroads and Cultures reflects the geographic and thematic breadth and the key social, cultural, and political developments in each chapter of the textbook. With a blend of major works and fresh perspectives, each chapter contains approximately six sources, an introduction, document headnotes, and questions for discussion.
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could not wear cloth with logos on it.
women not have the same hierarchy
women no legal political voice
how the men respond? upset the law get repel the women get what they want
Slavery: strict hierarchy
Punic wars --> Carthagigian slaves : men and women no death slave
35-40 of Italy slave do not know much technology.
farmers move to city , unsuccessful
no one can exist without doing anything on land
Latifundia --> large plantation as many as 20000 slaves work on, dangerous --> wars, rebellion
wealthy get richer, poor get poor
Spartacus--> about 75000 in rebellion
end : stability crisis , roman will fall
Tiberius Graechus: tribune, popular, people.s champion
land Redistribution , divide land to people , give home for free
Gaius Graechus : land redis, popular in Italian , roman citizen , get assassination , killed by 3000 by his followers
First Triumvirate: Pompey ( north Africa), Crassus (east Asian minor): good friend, Julius Caesar ( Gaul): his daughter marry Crassus : consul for 3 or 4 years.
dictator for life: king
second triumvirate: Octavian(west), Mark( N Africa), Lepidus ( East)
PART 1 The Ancient World from Human Origins to 500 ce
PART 2 The Formation of Regional Societies 5001450 ce
PART 3 The Early Modern World 14501750