The Ancient World

The Ancient World : A Social and Cultural History

By (author) D. Brendan Nagle

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For courses in Ancient History (Ancient Near East - Egypt/Mesopotamia), Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome. The Ancient World is a comprehensive, multi-perspective, and integrated chronicle of the history of the ancient world, from Sumer to the fall of Rome, that explores the distinctive forms society took--particularly the unusual (by the standards of college students today) relationships between society and the state that characterized the social order of antiquity. By closely integrating social and cultural histories with the political, institutional, and military climates in which they unfolded, this text provides fascinating insights into family, gender relations, class structures, public vs. private realms, slavery, popular culture, religion, art, architecture, leisure styles, philosophy, science, and education, and explores their complex relationships to ideology and political events.

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  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 177.8 x 231.14 x 27.94mm | 589.67g
  • 28 Mar 2009
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River
  • English
  • Revised
  • 7th Revised edition
  • black & white illustrations, colour illustrations, maps, frontispiece
  • 0205637442
  • 9780205637447
  • 1,625,428

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D. Brendan Nagle, "University of Southern California"Stanley M. Burstein, "California State University, Los Angeles"

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The Ancient World A Social and Cultural History Seventh Edition D. Brendan Nagle Generally recognized as the standard text for courses in the history of the ancient world, "The Ancient World: A Social and Cultural History, Seventh Edition "incorporates the latest scholarship and provides powerful learning aids for students: - Striking new illustrations now enhance coverage of Persia, the early Greek classical period, and the late Roman Empire. - Key Topics open each chapter, allowing students to easily discern important themes and developments. - Review Questions close each chapter, helping students to critically assess the material they just read. - A Glossary of key terms appears at the end of the text.

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