By Frederick G. Naerebout,Henk W. Singor
Antiquity: Greeks and Romans in Context presents a chronological creation to the heritage of historic Mediterranean civilizations in the greater context of its modern Eurasian world.
- Innovative process organizes Greek and Roman background right into a unmarried chronology
- Combines the normal historic tale with topics which are valuable to fashionable study into the traditional global together with quite a number social, cultural, and political topics
- Facilitates an figuring out of the traditional Mediterranean global as a solidarity, simply because the Mediterranean international is in its flip provided as a part of a bigger whole
- Covers the total historic Mediterranean global from pre-history via to the increase of Islam within the 7th century A.D.
- Features a various choice of photos, maps, diagrams, tables, and a chronological chart to assist comprehension
- English translation of a well known Dutch e-book, De oudheid, now in its 3rd edition
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Antiquity: Greeks and Romans in Context by Frederick G. Naerebout,Henk W. Singor