The Prentice Hall Atlas of Western Civilization

The Prentice Hall Atlas of Western Civilization

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  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Format: Paperback | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 211mm x 269mm x 8mm | 227g
  • Publication date: 1 December 2008
  • Publication City/Country: Upper Saddle River, NJ
  • ISBN 10: 0136042465
  • ISBN 13: 9780136042464
  • Edition: 2, Revised
  • Edition statement: 2nd Revised edition
  • Illustrations note: chiefly illustrations, maps

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Produced in collaboration with Dorling Kindersley, the leader in cartographic publishing, the updated 2nd edition applies the most modern and innovative map-making techniques to present global history in all it's complexity and diversity. The Prentice Hall Atlas of Western Civilization present both a broad overview and a detailed examination historial developments.

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Produced in collaboration with Dorling Kindersley, the leader in cartographic publishing, the updated 2nd edition applies the most modern and innovative map-making techniques to present global history in all it's complexity and diversity. The Prentice Hall Atlas of Western Civilization present both a broad overview and a detailed examination historial developments.

Table of contents

Europe: 18,000 Years AgoThe World: Prehistory to 10,000 BCEPrehistoric EuropeThe Advent of AgricultureUrban Centers and Trade RoutesThe First EmpiresThe Growth of the CityMycenaean GreeceNew Kingdom EgyptAssyrian and Babylonian EmpiresThe Achaemenid EmpireThe Mediterranean World: 700-300 BCEThe Athenian Empire: 454-428 BCEThe Peloponnesian WarThe Empire of AlexanderItaly in 264 BCEThe Punic WarsThe Rooman EmpireTrade in the Roman EmpireThe Growth of ChristianityMigrations and Invasions: 350-500 CEThe Roman Empire: 240-395 CEInheritors of RomeGrowth of the Islamic WorldEmpire of CharlemagneEurope: 800-1000The Norman Conquest of EnglandSeljuk Turks and the Byzantine EmpireThe Age of the CrusadesCrusader StatesCrusading Ideal in Europe: 1100-1300Trade in Medieval Europe12th-Century Renaissance in EuropeThe ReconquistaThe Black DeathThe Hundred Years' WarCentral Europe in the 15th CenturyRenaissance Italy: 1300-1570The Spread of Printing in the 15th CenturyGlobal Economies and Technologies: CA. 1500European ExpansionStruggle for Supremacy in Europe: 1493-1551The Religious Map of Europe in 1590The Height ofOttoman Power17th-Century EuropeThe World: 1600-1700Portuguese South AmericaSpanish South AmericaThe World Slave TradeThe Colonization of North AmericaThe Enlightenment in EuropeEurope in the 18th CenturyThe French RevolutionNapoleonic EuropeAn Era of RevolutionEurope After the Congress of Vienna: 1815-1852German and Italian UnificationThe Nationalities of Europe in the 19th CenturyThe Industrial Revolution in Britain: 1770-1870Industrial Development in Europe: 1850-1914South and Southeast Asia: 1765Foreign Imperialism in East AsiaNorth America: 1783-1905The Scramble for AfricaMovements Against Colonial Rule: 1880-1920Global MigrationThe Economic RevolutionThe World in 1900World War IRussian RevolutionEurope During the Great DepressionThe Road to WarBlitzkrieg in EuropeWorld War II/ The HolocaustEuropean Reguess: 1945-1952Soviet Expansionism: 1949-1959The Cold WarPalestine and Israel: 1947-2007Decolonization of South and Southeast AsiaDecolonization of AfricaThe United States in the 1960s: Protests and Urban UnrestsPolitical Change in South America From 1930The World in 1975Communism and the EUConflict in YugoslaviaGlobal Warming: 1976-2006The Modern World