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CLEP tests are a quick way to earn college cr edits...you'll just have to invest the time to prepare for the test! Using this convenient guide, review the main elements of the subject and take the test yourself to see how well you do. Test tips, a study plan, and an overview of the exam are also included. CLEP Western Civilization I covers the Ancient Near East, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation, and early Modern Europe . Two practice tests are also included (in the book and online) with detailed explanations of why correct answers are correct, and why the incorrect answers are incorrect. 359 pages, indexed, softcover. 2nd Edition.
Number of Pages: 359
Vendor: Research & Education Assoc.
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 9.93 X 6.77 (inches)|
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Dr. Ziomkowski’s teaching repertoire includes courses in western civilization, medieval history, ancient history, science in the western tradition, Islamic civilization and Latin, as well as seminars on witchcraft and heresy, the soul in medieval culture, and paleography. His current research focuses on the medieval reception of ancient Greek science, especially as seen in commentaries on the creation narratives in the Book of Genesis and Plato’s Timaeus.
In 2003 he curated an exhibition of Cornell University’s medieval manuscripts and published an online version, From Manuscript to Print: The Evolution of the Medieval Book (http://rmc. library.cornell.edu/medievalbook/). He currently teaches at Ithaca College.