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Much easier to read so it helped me with an accelerated class to clarify my information making it easier to study. I would recommend definately spending the extra cash on the newer ed. The book i purchased secondhand had highlighting, and it saved me the time to do it myself.
by Thomas F. X. Noble. Published April 12, 2005 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
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This successful Western history version of the popular Discovering series provides a broad range of both visual and written sources. The unique pedagogical framework includes The Problem. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.
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4th ed. Includes bibliographical references. This book is part of the modular book: Western civilization : the continuing experiment, Thomas . Volume B begins with Chapter 11, Crisis and recovery in late medieval Europe, 1300-1500. 4th ed. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, c2005. Ancestors of the West - Sword, the book, and the myths, Western Asia and early Greece - Age of the Polis in Greece, ca. 750-350 . Alexander the Great and the spread of Greek civilization, ca. 350-30 . Rome, from Republic to Empire, ca. 509-31 . Imperial Rome, 31 .