Samuel George Frederick Brandon
Newsweek, 1970 - History, Ancient - 160 pages
Traces milestones in history from the emergence of Egypt around 3000 B.C. up to the scattering of the Jews in 70 A.D.
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Actium Alexander Alexander's ancient Antony Arminius army Aryan Asia Minor Assyria Athenian Athens Augustus Babylon barbarian battle battle of Actium became Buddha Buddhist Caesar campaigns Carthage Carthaginian century B.C. China Chinese Christianity civilization Cleopatra commander conquered conquest Cretan Crete culture death defeated dynasty East Egypt Egyptian Pharaoh Emperor empire enemies Etruscans fighting fleet force Gaul German Greece Greek Greek cities Hammurabi Hannibal Hellenistic Herod historian Hittite Hor-Aha Hurrians India Indus invaders invasion island Israel Italy Jerusalem Jesus Jewish Jews Josephus Judaea King kingdom Knossos land later leader legions Macedonian Maroboduus Mediterranean ment Mesopotamia military Mohenjo-daro Narmer Nile nomadic Octavian palace Palestine Persian Pharaoh Pilate political Priest probably Ramses rebel reign religion revolt Roman Rome Rome's rule ruler Salamis Santorin Senate Shih-huang-ti Sicily slaves soldiers Sparta Spartacus Sumer Sumerian Syria Temple territory Themistocles tion tomb tradition tribes Varus victory Wall Xerxes Yahweh Zealots