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Streams of History: Early Civilizations

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Book Description
Gives glimpses of some of the most characteristic features of the countries and peoples in ancient times in the Near East: the early herders; those living in the two great river valleys-the Nile and the Tigro-Euphrates; and the Jews and Phoenicians living between these two valleys. Emphasizes the ideas each culture contributed to the general historical stream. Suitable for ages 8 and up.
Book Information
PublisherYesterday's Classics
BindingKindle Edition (7 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
Publication Date12/02/2010
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About Ellwood Wadsworth Kemp (Author) : Ellwood Wadsworth Kemp is a published author. Some of the published credits of Ellwood Wadsworth Kemp include Streams of History: Ancient Greece (Yesterday's Classics), Streams of History: Ancient R... more
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About Lisa M. Ripperton (Editor) : Lisa M. Ripperton is a published adapter of children's books. Some of the published credits of Lisa M. Ripperton include Streams of History: The Middle Ages (Yesterday's Classics), Streams of History:... more
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