Test Bank of Objective Questions to Accompany Greaves/Zaller/Cannistraro/Murphey: Civilizations of the World: the Human Adventure

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Harper Collins, 1990 - Civilization - 495 pages
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Contents

PART ONE THE PEOPLES AND CULTURES OF ANTIQUITY 1 The Societies of Western Asia and Egypt
1
Ancient India 35
13
The Formation of China 56
25
Early and Classical Greece 76
36
The Greek Achievement and the 97
47
The Romans 121
59
The Ancient World Religions 146
71
Byzantium and Islam 172
83
The Age of Absolutism 524
252
Europes Century of Genius 546
264
Europe and the Americas 568
276
The Enlightenment 593
288
The French Revolution and Napoleon 616
300
Early Modern India and Iran 648
312
Manchu China and Tokugawa Japan 670
324
The Industrial Revolution 692
336

Africa and the Americas Before 1500 199
95
Medieval India and Southeast Asia 221
107
A Golden Age in East Asia 240
119
The Rise of Europe 264
131
Life and Culture in Medieval Europe 292
144
Crisis and Recovery in Europe 319
156
The European Renaissance 343
169
The Reformation 374
181
The Age of European Discovery 400
194
State Building and Revolution 431
206
Islamic Empires in the Early Modern World 456
218
Imperial Revival in China 480
230
The Societies of the Early Modern World 501
241
The Age of Ideology 719
348
The Triumph of Nationalism in the West 745
359
Industrial Society and the Liberal Order 768
372
Culture Society and the Great War 830
396
Upheaval in Eurasia and the Middle East 861
409
Fascism and the Crisis of Democracy 886
421
Totalitarianism and War 908
434
Revival and Revolution in East Asia 936
446
India 963
458
Africa 990
470
The Age of the Superpowers 1021
483
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