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Online Sources: Ancient History
Book Sources: Ancient History
- A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
- Click the title for location and availability information.
Chronicles of the Barbarians by
Call Number: D104 .C55 1998
Accounts written between 424 B.C. and the fifteenth century describe the battles waged by conquering nations and the invaders' customs.
Daily Life through World History in Primary Documents
Call Number: CB69 .D35 2009
v. 1. The ancient world / David Matz, volume editor -- v. 2. The Middle Ages and Renaissance / Lawrence Morris, volume editor -- v. 3. The modern world / David M. Borgmeyer and Rebecca Ayako Bennette, volume editors.
Foundations of Atlantis, Ancient Astronauts and Other Alternative Pasts by
Call Number: D10 .F678 2015
"This book examines more than 130 primary sources texts used to make the case for Atlantis, aliens, fallen angels, the Great Flood, giants, transatlantic voyagers, ancient high technology and many other mysteries. English translations are presented with explanatory notes showing how these texts have been used and abused to make entertaining claims about prehistory"
From Alexander to Constantine by
Call Number: H51.B255 F9
passages and documents illustrating the history of social and political ideas, 336 B.C.-A.D. 337 / translated with introductions, notes, and essays
The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Daily Life by
Call Number: GT31 .G74 2004
A Tour through History from Ancient times to the Present
See end of each volume for primary sources
v. 1 The ancient world v. 2. The medieval world v. 3 15th and 16th centuries v. 4. 17th and 18th centuries v. 5 19th century v.6 The modern world
Loeb Classical Library by
Call Number: Varies
Translated works from classical civilizations. Click the title to see a list of items included.
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