THE CULTURAL HISTORY OF BANNERSTONES IN THE SAVANNAH RIVER VALLEY
- THE PLAINSMEN OF THE YELLOWSTONE. Kramer, E. F. // America;9/30/1961, Vol. 105 Issue 27, p837
The article reviews the book "The Plainsmen of the Yellow Stone," by Mark H. Brown.
- Micoquian engravings from Oldisleben, Germany. Bednarik, Robert G. // Rock Art Research;Nov2006, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p265
The article discusses the discovery of ancient engrave artifacts in Oldisleben located at Weimar, Germany. It provides three Oldisleben Micoquian engraving specimens with different form and composition that is associated with the Upper Paleolithic Period. The Oldisleben 1 is characterized by its...
- WELCOME TO GREECE. Stalcup, Ann // Faces (07491387);Sep2000, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p8
Reports on the history of civilization in Greece and describes the country's culture and business environment.
- Iraq's Lost Historical Heritage. Khoury, Dina Rizk // Perspectives;Sep2003, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p13
Focuses on the destruction of the cultural heritage of Iraq during the coalition force's occupation. Concern of specialists across disciplines on the assessment of losses; Preservation of the cultural legacy; Establishment of institutional basis for the archaeological and historical heritage.
- What Is the Middle East? Kort, Michael G. // Handbook of the Middle East;2002, p7
This chapter outlines information about the Middle East. The Middle East was the original cradle of civilization. The Middle East has an area of about 3.4 million square miles and a population of approximately 230 million people. The Middle East was an important arena in the Cold War struggle...
- Classical Era of Old World Civilizations: 1000 BC-400 BC. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p577
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- Great Empires Unite the Civilized World: 400 BC-AD 400. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p578
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- Classical Era of Old World Civilizations: 1000 BC-400 BC. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2001, p515
Discusses Old World civilizations from 1000 BC through 400 BC. Revival of Greek citystates in 1000 BC; The beginnings of philosophy in 634 BC; The construction of Greece's Parthenon; Poetry by Sappho in 610 BC; Hebrew tribe settlements in Canaan before 1200 BC; The spread of Chinese culture...
- Great Empires Unite the Civilized World: 400 BC- AD 400. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2001, p516
Presents the history of the civilized world form 400 BC through AD 400. The unification of the Persians and Medes by Cyrus, ruler of a kingdom in Persia in 559 BC; Conquests of Alexandria the Great in Greece, Egypt, and all the Persian dominions; Hellenistic philosophy; The emergence of...