Western Civilization: A Social and Cultural History, Volume 1
This text explains the significance of Western civilization. It takes a consistently topical approach, stressing social and cultural themes in conjunction with the political narrative, and incorporates significant discussion of a range of peoples and civilizations.
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From the Neolithic
2 Old and New Religions
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