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    Guns, germs, and steel

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    A history of private life

    390
    Ari

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    Everyday life through the ages

    392
    Eve

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    The mainstream of civilization

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    The mainstream of civilization

    Strayer, Joseph Reese, 1904-

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    Disease and civilization

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    Del

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    The other side of history

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    The other side of history daily life in the ancient world

    Garland, Robert, 1947-

    People who are anonymous and whose lives are usually ignored in traditional historical accounts are no less important than more prominent individuals in influencing the flow of events. These ordinary, but often heroic, people are the focus of this course. Each of the 48 lectures looks at history from a nontraditional perspective, that of the weak and marginalized-- the poor, sick, disabled, and elderly, as well as the refugees, slaves, women, children, and common soldiers.

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    The other side of history

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    The other side of history daily life in the ancient world

    Garland, Robert, 1947-

    People who are anonymous and whose lives are usually ignored in traditional historical accounts are no less important than more prominent individuals in influencing the flow of events. These ordinary, but often heroic, people are the focus of this course. Each of the 48 lectures looks at history from a nontraditional perspective, that of the weak and marginalized-- the poor, sick, disabled, and elderly, as well as the refugees, slaves, women, children, and common soldiers.

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    The other side of history

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    The other side of history daily life in the ancient world

    Garland, Robert, 1947-

    People who are anonymous and whose lives are usually ignored in traditional historical accounts are no less important than more prominent individuals in influencing the flow of events. These ordinary, but often heroic, people are the focus of this course. Each of the 48 lectures looks at history from a nontraditional perspective, that of the weak and marginalized-- the poor, sick, disabled, and elderly, as well as the refugees, slaves, women, children, and common soldiers.

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    The other side of history

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    The other side of history daily life in the ancient world

    Garland, Robert, 1947-

    People who are anonymous and whose lives are usually ignored in traditional historical accounts are no less important than more prominent individuals in influencing the flow of events. These ordinary, but often heroic, people are the focus of this course. Each of the 48 lectures looks at history from a nontraditional perspective, that of the weak and marginalized-- the poor, sick, disabled, and elderly, as well as the refugees, slaves, women, children, and common soldiers.

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    The other side of history

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    The other side of history daily life in the ancient world

    Garland, Robert, 1947-

    People who are anonymous and whose lives are usually ignored in traditional historical accounts are no less important than more prominent individuals in influencing the flow of events. These ordinary, but often heroic, people are the focus of this course. Each of the 48 lectures looks at history from a nontraditional perspective, that of the weak and marginalized-- the poor, sick, disabled, and elderly, as well as the refugees, slaves, women, children, and common soldiers.

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    More errata

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    More errata : another book of historical errors

    Rowland-Entwistle, Theodore.

    Plates illustrate scenes from the history of technology and civilization. Each plate contains deliberate errors or anachronisms to test the reader.

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    Tales mummies tell

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    Tales mummies tell

    Lauber, Patricia.

    Explains how the study of mummies, both natural and man-made, including a frozen baby mammoth found in Siberia and the human mummies of Egypt, Peru, and Denmark, can reveal information about ancient civilizations and prehistoric life.

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    In the beginning

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    In the beginning-- : the nearly complete history of almost everything

    +Platt, Richard.

    A topical exploration of world history, tracing such subjects as the origins of life, developments in medicine, building construction and design, and transportation.

    Due 12/09/19

    Non-Fiction - ElementaryNon-Fiction - Elementary

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    Art and technology through the ages

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    Art and technology through the ages

    Wilkinson, Philip, 1955-

    Charts the developments in arts, crafts, and communications through the ages--from cave paintings to computer technology.

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    Guns, germs, and steel

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    Guns, germs, and steel

    An epic detective story that offers a gripping expose on why the world is so unequal. Professor Jared Diamond traveled the globe for over 30 years trying to answer this question. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning book.

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