Logo

The Cambridge Ancient History

Large book cover: The Cambridge Ancient History

The Cambridge Ancient History
by

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN/ASIN: B000M155KW
Number of pages: 741

Description:
Cambridge Ancient History is designed as the first part of a continuous history of European peoples. Starting with the remote and dim beginnings, upoh which some new rays of light fall every year, the Ancient History will go down to the victory of Constantine the Great in AD. 324, the point at which the Medieval takes up the story.

Home page url

Download or read it online for free here:
Download link
(multiple formats)

Similar books

Book cover: A Handbook of Greek Constitutional HistoryA Handbook of Greek Constitutional History
by - MacMillan
Lucid and highly readable overview of a difficult and little understood aspect of Greek history: its public law, not just how it was structured but how it behaved in action. Perfect for university students and amateur historians.
(12681 views)
Book cover: The Religion of Babylonia and AssyriaThe Religion of Babylonia and Assyria
by - Archard Constable and Co.
The religion of the Babylonians and Assyrians was the polytheistic faith professed by the peoples inhabiting the Tigris and Euphrates valleys from the dawn of history until the Christian era began, the period covered is about 5000 years.
(13453 views)
Book cover: Hegemony to EmpireHegemony to Empire
by - University of California Press
In one of the most important contributions to the study of Roman imperialism to appear in recent years, Robert Kallet-Marx argues for a less simplistic, more fluid understanding of the evolution of Roman power in the Balkans, Greece, and Asia Minor.
(8836 views)
Book cover: Lives of the Noble Grecians and RomansLives of the Noble Grecians and Romans
by - eBooks@Adelaide
A brilliant social history of the ancient world by one of the greatest biographers of all time. In his most famous and influential work, Plutarch reveals the character and personality of his subjects and how they led ultimately to tragedy or victory.
(10748 views)