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Western Civilization Sources, Images, and Interpretations

ISBN-10: 0072565675
ISBN-13: 9780072565676
Edition: 6th 2004 (Revised)
Authors: Dennis Sherman
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List price: $57.81
Edition: 6th
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill
Publication date: 3/27/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

PART I CIVILIZATIONS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD Chapter One Civilizations of the Ancient Near East Primary Sources Using Primary Sources: Laws of Hammurabi The Laws of Hammurabi The Epic of Gilgamesh Hymn to the Nile Hymn to the Pharaoh The Old Testament-Genesis and Exodus The Aton Hymn and Psalm 104: The Egyptians and the Hebrews Visual Sources Using Visual Sources: The “Royal Standard” of Ur Sumer: The “Royal Standard” of Ur (illustration) Egyptian Wall Paintings from the Tomb of Menna (illustration) The Environment and the Rise of Civilization in the Ancient Near East (maps) Secondary Sources Using Secondary Sources: The Agricultural Revolution Robert J. Braidwood, The Agricultural Revolution William H. McNeill, The Process of Civilization Herbert J. Muller, Freedom in the Ancient World: Civilization inSumer Henri Frankfort and H.A. Frankfort, The Intellectual Adventure of AncientMan Lionel Casson, Daily Life in Ancient Egypt: The Afterlife Barbara S. Lesko, Women of Egypt and the Ancient Near East Paul Johnson, A History of the Jews Chapter Two: The Emergence of Greek Civilization Primary Sources Homer, The Iliad Hesiod, Works and Days A Colonization Agreement Semonides of Amorgos, Poem on Women Theognis of Megara, Aristocrats and Tyrants Solon, Early Athens Xenophon, Constitution of the Lacedaemonians Visual Sources Trade, Culture, and Colonization (photo) Migration and Colonization (maps) Secondary Sources Frank J. Frost, The End of the Mycenaean World Finley Hooper, Greek Realities: The Homeric Epics Sarah B. Pomeroy, et al., Social Values and Ethics in the "DarkAge" of Greece C.M. Bowra, The Greek Experience: The Heroic Outlook Chapter Three: Classical and Hellenistic Greece Primary Sources Thucydides, The History of the Peloponnesian War: The Historical Method Thucydides, The History of the Peloponnesian War: Athens During the GoldenAge Sophocles, Antigone Plato, The Republic Aristotle, Politics Xenophon, Household Management Hippocrates, Medicine and Magic Epicurus, Individual Happiness Visual Sources Education (photo) The Women’s Quarters (illustration) The Dying Niobide: The Classical Balance (photo) The Old Market Woman: Hellenistic Individualism (photo) Geography and Political Configurations in Greece (map) Seondary Sources Sarah B. Pomeroy, Goddess, Whores, Wives, and Slaves: Women and Work inAthens Anthony Andrews, The Greeks: Slavery M.I. Finley, The Ancient Greeks: Decline of the Polls Richard Stoneman, Alexander the Great Finley Hooper, Greek Realities Chapter Four: The Rise of Rome Primary Sources Polybius, Histories: The Roman Constitution Cicero, The Education of a Roman Gentleman Quintus Lucretius Vespillo, Eulogoy for a Roman Wife Plautus, Menaechmi: Roman Slavery Sallust, The Conspiracy of Catiline: Decline of the Republic Visual Sources Evidence from Coins (photo) The Geographic and Cultural Environment (map) Secondary Sources Fustel de Coulanges, The Ancient City: Religious Practices J.P.V.D. Balsdon, Life and Leisure: The Roman Aristrocrat Gillian Clark, Roman Women Chapter Five: The Roman Empire and the Rise of Christianity Primary Sources Pliny the Younger, Letters: The Daily Life of a Roman Governor Marcus Aurelius, Meditations: Ideals of an Emperor and Stoic Philosopher Pliny the Younger and Trajan, Rome and the Early Christians The Gospel According to St. Matthew St. Paul, Epistle to the Romans St. Augustine, The City of God Ammianus Marcellinus, The Germanic Tribes St. Jerome, The Fall of Rome Visual Sources Carved Gemstone: Augustus and the Empire Transformed (photo) Tomb Decoration: Death and Roman Culture(photo) Secondary Sources Chester G. Starr, The Roman Empire: The Place of Augustus E.R. Dodds, Pagan and Christian: The Appeal of Christianity Jo Ann McNamara, Women of the Roman Empire A.H.M. Jones, The Later Roman Empire PART II THE MIDDLE AGES Chapter Six: The Early Middle Ages Primary Sources Gregory of Tours, History of the Franks The Origins of Feudalism Charlemagne, Instructions to the Subjects of Charlemagne''s Empire Einhard, War and Conversion Under Charlemagne The Annals of Xanten, Disorder and Destruction The Wanderer: Life of a Medieval Warrior Visual Sources Illustration from a Gospel Book: Christianity and Early Medieval Culture (illustration) Painting from an Illuminated Bible: Secular and Religious Authority(illustration) Contraction in the Early Middle Ages (maps) Secondary Sources Henri Pirenne, Mohammed and Charlemagne: The Beginnings ofMedieval Civilization David Nichols, The Carolingian West: The Genesis of Feudal Relationships Daniel D. McGarry, An Evaluation of Feudalism Jo Ann McNamara and Suzanne F. Wemple, Sanctity and Power: TheDual Pursuit of Medieval Women Chapter Seven: The Medieval East Primary Sources The Qur''an Hasan al-Basri, Letter to Umar II: Islamic Asceticism Avicenna, Autobiography of a Muslim Scholar The Institutes of Justinian: Byzantium and the Legacy of Roman Law Ibn Fadlan, The Rus: Cross-Cultural Contact Visual Sources Manuscript Illuminations: Scenes from the Life of Muhammad (illustrations) The Byzantine Empire and the Expansion of Islam (maps) Secondary Sources Cyril Mango, Byzantium: The Empire of New Rome Bernard Lewis, The Arabs in History Albert Hourani, The Islamic World Peter Brown, The Eastern Orientation of Islam Chapter Eight: The High Middle Ages: The Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries Primary Sources Pope Gregory VII, Letters: Secular and Ecclesiastical Authority Reginald of Durham, The Life of Saint Gidric: A Merchant Adventurer Andreas Capellanus, The Art of Courtly Love Gratian, The Decretum: Medieval Women-Not in God’s Image Visual Sources The Gospel Book of Otto III: Church and State (illustration) Medieval Expansion (maps) Secondary Sources Jaques Le Goff, Medieval Values Margaret Wade Labarge, The Mold for Medieval Women: Social Status Aron Ja. Gurevich, The Merchant R.W. Southern, The Making of the Middle Ages: Serfdom Marc Bloch, Feudal Society: The Psychic World of Medieval Peopl

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