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HISTORY SNAPSHOTS VOLUME 2 - Europe, Ancient and Classical
Trek through time and zoom in on noteworthy events and people with History Snapshots! Concisely written and summarized, Snapshots is ideal for aspiring history buffs with a penchant for synopses of fascinating episodes in history. Gain a greater perspective on human triumph and defeat through the stories that tie us together.
Chapters/Navigation in this Volume
- Prehistory and the Beginnings of Civilization
- Classical Greece
- The Hellenistic Age
- The Roman Republic
- The Roman Empire
- Late Antiquity
About the Book
Book length is 112 pages, 6" x 9" and perfect-bound.
Why Snapshots? The average history textbook is a wealth of information, but often includes almost too much for quick study leaving students to sieve through lines of text to understand the foundation of the issue at hand. The goal of our Snapshots series is to give students key information in bite-sized and manageable pieces without losing the trivia element that makes history fun. This book highlights the beginning of time and is Volume 2 in the History Snapshot series.
Seeking additional study materials? Add History Snapshots Volume 1 - United States 1900-1949 or History Essentials.
About the Author
Michael Cude is a professor of history at Schreiner University in Kerrville, Texas, where he is also program coordinator for European Studies. He completed his doctorate in history at the University of Colorado-Boulder.
Dr. Cude is originally from Central Texas but spent time living in Europe in several countries, including Romania, England, Germany, Austria, and Slovakia. He now lives in Boerne, Texas with his wife, Simona, his son, Ian, and his dog, Betty White. He still travels regularly to Europe, leading students as part of the Global Scholars program at Schreiner or visiting family in Romania. He otherwise spends his days indulging his students in more history than they ever thought they wanted to know.
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