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Matthews, Roy T
The Western humanities / Roy T. Matthews & F. DeWitt Platt
6th ed
Boston : McGraw Hill, 2008
book jacket
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 SOE Curriculum Lab, Rm 268  CL 909 MAT    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Civilization, Western -- History
Physical Description xxxi, 736, [32] p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. maps ; 28 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Prehistory And Near Eastern Civilizations -- Aegean Civilizations The Minoans, The Mycenaeans, And The Greeks Of The Archaic Age -- Classical Greek Civilization The Hellenic Age -- Classical Greek Civilization The Hellenistic Age -- Roman Civilization The Pre-Christian Centuries -- Judaism And The Rise Of Christianity -- The Civilizations Of Late Rome Byzantium And The early Medieval West -- The World Of Islam -- The High Middle Ages The Christian Centuries -- The Late Middle Ages -- The Early renaissance Return To Classical Roots -- The High Renaissance And Early Mannerism -- Northern Humanism Northern Renaissance Religious Reformations, And late Mannerism -- The Baroque age Glamour and Grandiosity -- The Baroque Age II Revolutions In Scientific And Political Thought -- The Age Of Reason -- Revolution, Reaction, And Cultural Response -- The Triumph Of The Bourgeoisie -- The Age Of Early Modernism -- The Age Of The Masses And The Zenith Of Modernism -- The Contemporary World: Globalization, Terror, And Post-Modernism
Series SOE Curriculum Lab
Alternate Author Platt, F. DeWitt

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