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Cultural Atlas for Young People

Designed for young students, these atlases are divided into parts that cover history, culture and society, and maps. There are a generous number of illustrations and photographs of artifacts. Each atlas ends with a glossary, a further reading section, a gazetteer, and an index.

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  • Cultural Atlas for Young People: The Middle Ages (Hardback)

    Cultural Atlas for Young People: The Middle Ages (Hardback)

    $12.95

    "Our story is arranged in double-page spreads, so you can read the book from beginning to end, or just dip into it to learn about a specific topic." — Mike Corbishley, Author

  • Cultural Atlas for Young People: Ancient Rome (Hardback)

    Cultural Atlas for Young People: Ancient Rome (Hardback)

    $12.95

    "This book is about the Romans. It will enable you to step back two thousand years and look into their world—a world that was strikingly different from our own. The Roman Empire at its height included many nations; all were proud to call themselves Romans and all were encouraged to use the standard language, Latin." — Facts on File, Inc., Publisher

  • Cultural Atlas for Young People: Ancient Greece (Hardback)

    Cultural Atlas for Young People: Ancient Greece (Hardback)

    $12.95

    "The maps in this book will show you how widespread they were and how the landscape shaped the way they lived." — Facts on File, Inc., Publisher

  • Cultural Atlas for Young People: Ancient America (Hardback)

    Cultural Atlas for Young People: Ancient America (Hardback)

    $11.95

    "For thousands of years before Christopher Columbus 'discovered' America in 1492, there had been millions of people living there—Columbus called them Indians. It is these peoples and their ways of life that are the subject of this book." — Facts on File, Inc., Publisher

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