The Mediterranean world in ancient times.

New York, Ronald Press Company [1938] .

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Subjects Civilization, Ancient.
History, Ancient.
Series Ronald series in history.
Description 618 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1938]
Contents City-state, tribe, and empire. The study of the ancient world ; The genesis of civilization ; The early dynasties of the Near East ; Migrations and settlements ; Imperialism and diplomacy ; The small states of the early Iron Age ; The Assyrian empire -- Hellas, Persia, and the West. The expansion of Hellas ; The Greek city-states ; The rise of the Western powers ; The Persian empire : religion and philosophy in the sixth century ; The age of the Persian Wars ; Athenian imperialism and democracy ; The school of Hellas ; The Greek hegemonies of the fourth century ; The Macedonian empire ; The Celtic expansion and the Roman domination of Italy -- The great powers of the Hellenistic age. The Hellenistic monarchies ; Hellenistic civilization ; The Roman conquest of the western Mediterranean ; The Roman hegemony in the Hellenistic world ; Hellenism and the East ; The social question in the Hellenistic age ; Political revolution in Rome : 120-60 B.C. ; The end of the Roman republic -- The Roman empire. The principate of Augustus ; The rulers of the early empire ; The Roman peace ; Life and letters in the cities of the early empire ; Parthia and trade with the Far East ; Monarchy, anarchy, and autocracy ; The decline and survival of the Roman empire.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)404223
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WorldCat Identities Sanford, Eva Matthews.
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