A History Of Western Civilization

Before spawning the dual--and sometimes dueling--behemoths of democracy and capitalism that have become integral to much of the Western world, the European continent was largely comprised of disparate villages, city-states, and kingdoms, with little to unite them. Over time, political, social, and economic philosophies emerged to transform kingdoms into empires. This engaging series takes a broad look at the events, movements, and ideas that created and sustained the countries of Europe, from prehistory through the Renaissance, from the modern era to the present European Union. • Plentiful use of images emphasizes the significance of influential art, artifacts, and individuals throughout the ages • Detailed sidebars supplement the scholarly and accessible narrative text • Covers historical and current events

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A History Of Western Civilization (3 titles)
Advances In Democracy
The Ascent Of The West
The Emergence Of Modern Europe
Interest Level Grade 9 - Grade 12
Reading Level Grade 10
Dewey 909-940.2
Lexile
ATOS Reading Level
Guided Reading Level Z
Language English
Publisher Rosen Publishing
Format Library bound
ISBN 9781615303458
Copyright 2011
Number of Pages 248
Dimensions 6 x 9
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