World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras

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World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras covers early human history around the globe from prehistoric times to the beginnings of the Renaissance. What are the historical origins of the regional conflicts roiling the world today? Was there really a King Arthur, or is he simply a mythical character? How could ancient Egyptians construct pyramids that still confound contemporary builders? This comprehensive database explores these intriguing questions and much more. Ranging from the dawn of prehistory through the great ancient empires to the beginning of the Renaissance, World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras helps students grasp the significance of every area of the world, including Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Thousands of authoritative primary and secondary sources, in-depth explorations of key topics, and profiles of city-states, countries, and regions of the ancient and medieval world provide a dynamic learning experience. ABC-CLIO's unique access to prominent historians gives users information far beyond simple facts and figures, enabling a deeper understanding of history. Even more importantly, students learn how to relate the events of the distant past to the ongoing development of human history. The result: users become more independent and successful researchers, with an interest in history and a keen appreciation of its importance. With this latest version, World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras now includes information from five award-winning Greenwood databases as well as the ability to easily cross-search and navigate between all 13 other databases. This resource is available in formats designed specifically for academic libraries or public and K-12 libraries. The Academic database includes a feature titled "Idea Exchange." This collection of peer-reviewed articles presents multiple perspectives on core topics and is designed to encourage deeper scholarly exploration and discussion. The articles serve as models of well-constructed argumentative essays. And, they are citable for college- and university-level research papers. Users will find current MLA 7th edition, Chicago 15th ed., and APA 6th edition citation options to help simplify the bibliographic process. Tools for use of the online databases:ABC-CLIO Tools for Middle and High School LibrariesABC-CLIO Tools for Higher Education Libraries

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