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The Resource The atlas of human history, devised and produced by Andrea Due ; text by Renzo Rossi

The atlas of human history, devised and produced by Andrea Due ; text by Renzo Rossi

Label
The atlas of human history
Title
The atlas of human history
Statement of responsibility
devised and produced by Andrea Due ; text by Renzo Rossi
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • ita
  • eng
Summary
This collection discusses human civilization from its very early origins through to the more recent times
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
930
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
G1033
LC item number
.R6 1996
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Target audience
juvenile
Label
The atlas of human history, devised and produced by Andrea Due ; text by Renzo Rossi
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Includes glossary and indexes
  • Set includes a cumulative index under a separate cover for all six volumes (this index does not circulate)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • [1] The first people -- [2] The first settlers -- [3] Cradles of civilization -- [4] The first Europeans -- [5] Civilizations of Asia -- [6] Civilizations of the Americas
  • VOL I: THE FIRST PEOPLE-- The origin and evolution of life -- From reptiles to mammals -- From early primates to hominids -- East Africa and the first Australopithecines -- Australopithecines and Homo Habilis -- The life of Homo Habilis -- The life of Homo Erectus -- Homo Erectus conquers the Old World -- The birth of Homo Sapiens -- The Neanderthals -- The spread of Homo Sapiens -- Stone Age art in western Europe -- Life in the upper Palaeolithic -- Modern people populate the world
  • VOL II: THE FIRST SETTLERS -- The world at the end of the last ice age -- Changes in the later stone age -- Crafts of stone age Europe -- The fertile crescent from stone age to cooper age -- Early settlements in Asia -- The first farmers of China -- Ancient Japan -- Thhe 'Green Sahara' and early Egypt -- Central and southern Africa -- The Mediterranean -- Changes in central Europe -- New peoples, new languages -- Mother goddesses and tombs -- Timetables of history -- The metal revolution
  • VOL III: CRADLES OF CIVILIZATION -- Town life in the near east -- Mesopotamia: civilization and the city -- Egypt: civilization of the Nile -- Bronze age cities of Syria -- Struggle for power in Mesopotamia -- Clash of empires -- The Aegean civilization -- The Jews in Palestine and Egypt -- Egypt: middle and new kingdoms -- The Phoenicians and Mediterranean navigation -- The Assyrian empire -- The birth of Israel -- the last empires -- Saharan Africa in the iron age
  • VOL IV: THE FIRST EUROPEANS -- The Achaeans -- The archaic age in Greece -- Gods and myths of the Greek world -- The birth of Greek mythology -- Central Europe in the bronze and iron ages -- Nordic Europe in the bronze age -- The British Isles -- The Iberians -- Peoples of Italy and the Tyrrhenian Islands -- The Etruscans -- Mediterranean voyagers -- The rise of Rome -- The Scythians -- Timeline -- The Carthaginians
  • VOL V: CIVILIZATIONS OF ASIA -- Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro -- The Indo-Europeans in Asia -- The Persian empire -- Buddhism and the Mauryan empire -- The Indian subcontinent -- China from Shang to Zhou -- China's classical age -- The empires of Qin and Han -- Ancient Japan -- Indochina and Malaysia -- Peoples of the steppes -- Sailors of the Indian Ocean -- Links with iron age Africa -- The contribution of Asia
  • VOL VI: CIVILIZATIONS OF THE AMERICAS -- The peopling of America -- Peoples of the Arctic and Sub-Arctic -- People of the west coast and mountains -- Adena, Hopewell and Mississippi cultures -- Mississippians abnd Iroquois -- First farmers of the southwest -- Farmers and villagers of Mesoamerica -- Peoples of the gulf coast -- Mexico's central plateau and Oaxaca -- The Maya -- South America's stone age -- First civilizations of the Andes -- Peoples of the Amazon -- Peoples of the far south
Control code
14574578
Dimensions
35 cm
Extent
1 atlas (6 volumes)
Isbn
9780028602899
Isbn Type
(v. 5)
Lccn
95008622 /MAP/AC/r972
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
color illustrations, color maps
System control number
(OCoLC)ocm32468040
Label
The atlas of human history, devised and produced by Andrea Due ; text by Renzo Rossi
Publication
Note
  • Includes glossary and indexes
  • Set includes a cumulative index under a separate cover for all six volumes (this index does not circulate)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • [1] The first people -- [2] The first settlers -- [3] Cradles of civilization -- [4] The first Europeans -- [5] Civilizations of Asia -- [6] Civilizations of the Americas
  • VOL I: THE FIRST PEOPLE-- The origin and evolution of life -- From reptiles to mammals -- From early primates to hominids -- East Africa and the first Australopithecines -- Australopithecines and Homo Habilis -- The life of Homo Habilis -- The life of Homo Erectus -- Homo Erectus conquers the Old World -- The birth of Homo Sapiens -- The Neanderthals -- The spread of Homo Sapiens -- Stone Age art in western Europe -- Life in the upper Palaeolithic -- Modern people populate the world
  • VOL II: THE FIRST SETTLERS -- The world at the end of the last ice age -- Changes in the later stone age -- Crafts of stone age Europe -- The fertile crescent from stone age to cooper age -- Early settlements in Asia -- The first farmers of China -- Ancient Japan -- Thhe 'Green Sahara' and early Egypt -- Central and southern Africa -- The Mediterranean -- Changes in central Europe -- New peoples, new languages -- Mother goddesses and tombs -- Timetables of history -- The metal revolution
  • VOL III: CRADLES OF CIVILIZATION -- Town life in the near east -- Mesopotamia: civilization and the city -- Egypt: civilization of the Nile -- Bronze age cities of Syria -- Struggle for power in Mesopotamia -- Clash of empires -- The Aegean civilization -- The Jews in Palestine and Egypt -- Egypt: middle and new kingdoms -- The Phoenicians and Mediterranean navigation -- The Assyrian empire -- The birth of Israel -- the last empires -- Saharan Africa in the iron age
  • VOL IV: THE FIRST EUROPEANS -- The Achaeans -- The archaic age in Greece -- Gods and myths of the Greek world -- The birth of Greek mythology -- Central Europe in the bronze and iron ages -- Nordic Europe in the bronze age -- The British Isles -- The Iberians -- Peoples of Italy and the Tyrrhenian Islands -- The Etruscans -- Mediterranean voyagers -- The rise of Rome -- The Scythians -- Timeline -- The Carthaginians
  • VOL V: CIVILIZATIONS OF ASIA -- Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro -- The Indo-Europeans in Asia -- The Persian empire -- Buddhism and the Mauryan empire -- The Indian subcontinent -- China from Shang to Zhou -- China's classical age -- The empires of Qin and Han -- Ancient Japan -- Indochina and Malaysia -- Peoples of the steppes -- Sailors of the Indian Ocean -- Links with iron age Africa -- The contribution of Asia
  • VOL VI: CIVILIZATIONS OF THE AMERICAS -- The peopling of America -- Peoples of the Arctic and Sub-Arctic -- People of the west coast and mountains -- Adena, Hopewell and Mississippi cultures -- Mississippians abnd Iroquois -- First farmers of the southwest -- Farmers and villagers of Mesoamerica -- Peoples of the gulf coast -- Mexico's central plateau and Oaxaca -- The Maya -- South America's stone age -- First civilizations of the Andes -- Peoples of the Amazon -- Peoples of the far south
Control code
14574578
Dimensions
35 cm
Extent
1 atlas (6 volumes)
Isbn
9780028602899
Isbn Type
(v. 5)
Lccn
95008622 /MAP/AC/r972
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
color illustrations, color maps
System control number
(OCoLC)ocm32468040

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