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by William Stearns Davis
Author: William Stearns Davis
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Readings M ancient history illustrative. material to illustrate the important facts mentioned in every good text book. There is also a clear intent to give the reader some taste of the notable literary flavor pervading the histories of Greece and Home. It is a distinct loss of an opportunity to pass from the study e. g. of the Roman Emperors and to read no typical passages of Tacitus.
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Readings M ancient history illustrative extracts from the sources II. Rome and the west by william stearns davis, professor of ancient history in the university o. . ROME AND THE WEST BY WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS, PROFESSOR OF ANCIENT HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY WILLIS MASON WEST FORMERLY HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA ALLYN AND BACON Htfn 0rfe Chicago AUTHORS PREFACE THIS book aims to set before students beginning the study of Ancient History a sufficient amount of source.
Indeed, the Readings will lend needed light and color to any text-book
Indeed, the Readings will lend needed light and color to any text-book. In my judgment, a high school class in Ancient History should have this book, not merely in the library for occasional reference, but constantly in the hands of each student. If that is arranged, most other "library work" may, perhaps, be omitted by a first-year class without serious loss, providing the following year in Modern History is so planned as to put emphasis on library reference. Not all varieties of historical training can be given with equal stress in one year - certainly not in a first.
This book aims to set before students beginning the study of Ancient History a sufficient amount of source material to.
This book aims to set before students beginning the study of Ancient History a sufficient amount of source material to illustrate the important facts mentioned in every good textbook. Many tales have been included which condensed histories may well slight but which afford refreshing illustrations of the ancient life of the ancient viewpoint. It unfolds a panorama of ancient life - etched, drawn, painted, caricatured, by contemporaries. No great phase of that life is neglected
William Stearns Davis (April 30, 1877 – February 15, 1930) was an American educator, historian, and author.
William Stearns Davis (April 30, 1877 – February 15, 1930) was an American educator, historian, and author. He has been cited as one who contributed to history as a scholarly discipline,. was intrigued by the human side of history, which, at the time, was neglected by the discipline.
Readings in Ancient History, Part 2, Rome and the West : Illustrative Extracts from the Sources (1913). by William Stearns Davis.
by William Stearns Davis (Author), Willis Mason West (Introduction).