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A History of the Ancient World

by Starr, Chester G

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New York: Oxford University Press, 1991 New edition of a standard work on ancient history. as well as Greece and Rome it covers Egypt, Mesopotamia, China and the Indus Civilization. "Reflecting five decades of teaching and research, and drawing on the most recent scholarship, the fourth edition of this widely-read history provides the same broad coverage, chronological framework, and absorbing literary style that distinguished previous editions. For the new edition, the chapters on early humankind, the section on the revolt of Bar Kochba, and the chapter describing the end of the Roman Empire in the west have been rewritten to incorporate the most recent scholarship, and bibliographies have been brought up to date throughout. A classic survey of history from the beginnings of humankind to the fall of the Roman Empire, Starr"s A History of the Ancient World makes the latest scholarship available to the general reader in a lively and accessible way. / Chester G. Starr, Bentley Professor of History, University of Michigan." 742p. illus bibliography.index. 4th.Ed... Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.


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