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Ancient Times, a History of the Early World: An Introduction to the Study of Ancient History and the Career of Early Man

by James Henry Breasted
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
Boston : Ginn and Co., c1916.
Language
English
ISBN
0524018804 (microfiche)
Contents
  • Pt. I. The earliest Europeans
  • Early mankind in Europe
  • Pt. II. The Orient
  • The story of Egypt: the earliest Nile-dwellers
  • The story of Egypt: the feudal age and the Empire
  • Western Asia: Babylonia
  • The Assyrians and Chaldeans
  • The Medo-Persian Empire
  • The Hebrews and the decline of the Orient
  • Pt. III. The Greeks
  • The dawn of European civilization and the rise of the eastern Mediterranean world
  • The Greek conquest of the Aegean world
  • Greek civilization in the age of the kings
  • The age of the nobles and Greek expansion in the Mediterranean
  • The industrial revolution and the Age of Tyrants
  • The repulse of Persia
  • The growing rivalry between Athens and Sparta, and the rise of the Athenian Empire
  • Athens in the age of Pericles
  • The struggle between Athens and Sparta and the fall of the Athenian Empire
  • The final conflicts among the Greek states
  • The higher life of the Greeks from the death of Pericles to the fall of the Greek states
  • Alexander the Great
  • Pt. IV. The Mediterranean world in the Hellenistic Age and the Roman Republic
  • The heirs of Alexander
  • The civilization of the Hellenistic Age
  • The western Mediterranean world and the Roman conquest of Italy
  • The supremacy of the Roman Republic in Italy and the rivalry with Carthage
  • The Roman conquest of the western Mediterranean world
  • World dominion and degeneracy
  • A century of revolution and the end of the Republic
  • Pt. V. The Roman Empire
  • The first of two centuries of peace: the age of Augustus and the succession of his line
  • The second century of peace and the civilization of the early Roman Empire
  • A century of revolution and the division of the Empire
  • The triumph of the barbarians and the end of the ancient world.
Description
xx, 742 p. : ill., maps ; 20 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
  • Includes marginal notes.
  • Includes index.
  • Bibliography: p. 717-731.
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