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Usborne Illustrated World History

Usborne is known for its generously-illustrated publications that appeal to the visual learner. The series’ captioned illustrations accompany articles written for young students who are studying ancient civilizations.

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  • The Usborne Illustrated World History: The Romans (Paperback)

    The Usborne Illustrated World History: The Romans (Paperback)

    $5.83

    "The city of Rome was founded in about 753 BC. By 100 BC the Romans had a huge empire centred round the Mediterranean Sea. It lasted for centuries, and its influence has continued to the present day. This book describes both the rise and decline of Rome as a world power and the way people lived from day to day." — Anthony Marks and Graham Tingay, Authors

  • The Usborne Illustrated World History: Early Civilization (Paperback)

    The Usborne Illustrated World History: Early Civilization (Paperback)

    $7.95

    "This book concentrates on the world's first civilizations which grew up in Egypt and the Middle East in about 3000 B.C. It also takes a brief look at the earliest cultures of India and China, which developed soon afterwards." — Jane Chisholm and Anne Millard, Authors

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