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Work your way through the ancient classics and beyond with this literary timeline! Chronologically arranged, this timeline tour outlines major people and events with the primary literary sources from which such things are known. Covering the creation of the world to the fall of Rome in the Western and Near Eastern world, this book features a discussion of history, primary sources, and suggestions on how to utilize the documents. A timeline section features a chart with rows representing time and columns representing the Hebrew/Christian, Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Greek, and Roman cultures with important events and people noted. Locate the person you wish to look up in the "Author and Primary Source Index," where each entry contains the name of the author in bold, dates of their lives, a brief biography, list of works, list of citations where important passages may be found, and descriptions of those passages. 222 pages, softcover.
PLEASE NOTE: While the back of the book states that 2 CDs are included, this is no longer the case; the back of the book has not yet been updated.
Number of Pages: 222
Vendor: Trivium Pursuit
|Publication Date: 2003|
Dimensions: 10.75 X 8.25 (inches)
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