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TimeFrame 600-400 BC - A Soaring Spirit (Hardcover)
This volume in the TimeFrame series features: The Fearsome Celts ~ Persia at the Crest ~ Buddha's Message ~ The Hellenic Unfolding ~ Dawn of the Romans ~ The Way of Confucius
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“This volume is one in a series that tell the story of humankind.”
Full of full-color maps, photographs, and illustrations, this book is divided into sections, some of which include detailed essays:
- Persia at the Crest
Essay: The Embattled Greeks
- The Hellenic Unfolding
Essay: The Flowering Voice of Poetry
- Dawn of the Romans
Essay: Creating an Ideal Beauty
- Enlightenment in the East
Essay: Dwellings for the Dead
The sections at the end of the book include Chronology (for Persia, Greece, Europe, and Asia), Bibliography, Index, Acknowledgments, and Picture Credits.
- History – Ancient Civilizations
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