Publisher: Trieste Publishing
Product Dimensions: 6.14 x 9.21 inches
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Books about Archaeology study the artefacts, remnants and architecture of past societies, as confirmation of existing knowledge and theories, or as leads for the formulation of new theories about history and society. Titles include: A Guide to the Old Persian inscriptions, Alte Denkmäler. Die Terniteschen Wandgemälde von Herculaneum und Pompeji, Archaeology at French Colonial Cahokia, Der Nordpol als Völkerheimat, Discovery of the tomb of Ollamh Fodhla, Inscriptions Grecques, Romaines, Byzantines et Arméniennes de la Cilicie, The Archaeology of the Cuneiform Inscriptions, The discoveries in Crete, and What Rome Was Built With.
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Books about Civilization are concerned with the development of structured societies that grow to require urban planning, develop social and cultural elites, and forms of writing for record keeping, complex organization and transfer of ideas. Almost invariably, the process of civilization results in the growth of empires, and subjugation of less civilized peoples. Titles include: Ancient Man: The Beginning of Civilizations, Syllabus: Introduction to the History of European Civilization, Evolution and Culture, The Pivot of Civilization, The Western Hemisphere Idea: Its Rise and Decline, The decay of capitalist civilisation, and The fate of empires; being an inquiry into the stability of civilisation.
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Books about Social History discuss the societal dimension of historical processes, which sets it apart from mainstream political history, that focuses on key historical actors and military clashes. Titles include: Class and Class Conflict in Industrial Society, Old worlds for new; a study of the post-industrial state, The settlement idea; a vision of social justice, The Social Revolution. I. Reform and Revolution; II. The Day After the Revolution, English Social Movements, Social England in the fifteenth century; a study of the effects of economic conditions, and The Voice of the Machines: An Introduction to the Twentieth Century.
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