Early Civilizations (Prehistory to 300 Ce) Prehistory to 300 C.E
- List Price: $140.00
- Binding: Hardcover
- Publisher: Facts on File
- Publish date: 01/01/1999
- ISBN: 9780816039159
- ISBN10: 0816039151
-- Instructors can use the pages for handouts, overheads, posters, and testing.
-- Students can use them as quick sources of information, to reference curriculum topics, or to supplement their essays and reports.
-- On Files "TM" are available in either binder or electronic format.
Based on the Regional History On File "TM" series, the four-volume World History On File "TM" set is organized chronologically by era to give students a historical perspective and to provide an interdisciplinary look at events around the globe. Its non-Eurocentric periodization integrates all the world's cultures and regions.
Designed to Adhere to the National Standards for World History
Based on our best-selling Regional History On File "TM" series, this four-volume set has been reorganized, reformatted, and thoroughly updated to align with the current National Standards for World History. Presenting world history in the periodization and format teachers requested, World History On File "TM" is designed to meet the needs of today's students and educators.
Comprehensive and up-to-date, World History On File "TM" presents the story of humankind as it unfolds across the millennia. Organized chronologically by era to give students a historical perspective, this unparalleled research effort provides an inclusive, multidisciplinary look at events around the globe. Through the hundreds of maps, timelines, charts, and drawings in eachvolume, a seamless tapestry of the world's peoples and civilizations emerges, bringing the past to life with clarity and immediacy.
Highlights of World History On File "TM":
-- Non-Eurocentric periodization integrates all the world's cultures and regions.
-- Multidisciplinary coverage offers a balanced presentation of political, social, economic, and cultural history.
-- A unique combination of text, timelines, and maps permits quick and easy access to information.
-- Specially developed pages encourage active learning and help hone historical skills:
-- Historical comprehension
-- Developed to meet the standards of major curricula and the National Standards for World History.
This first volume chronicles the evolution of humankind, from our earliest origins in East Africa through the emergence of Homo sapien communities around the world and their subsequent development into true civilizations.
-- Sites of Early Humankind i Asia
-- Middle Stone Age Toolmaking Traditions in Africa
-- European Migrations
-- Domestication of Plants and Animals
-- Kingdoms of Egypt and Nubia
-- Indus Valley Civilization and Other Cultures in South Asia
-- Mycenaean Greece
-- Hsia, Shang & Chou Dynasties in China
-- Probable Spread of Ironworking in Africa
-- Babylonian Empire
-- The Egyptian Pyramids of Giza
-- Mesoamerica: The Round Calendar
-- Greek Colonization of the Mediterranean
-- Celtic Culture in Europe
-- Persian Empire
-- Spread of Hellenistic Culture
-- Nubian Meroitic Kingdom
-- Roman Conquest of Europe
-- Ancient Trade Routes in Southeast Asia
-- Greek &Roman Women.