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Ancient Worlds

Anging from the Euphrates to the Roman Empire to understand the roots of human civilization. An enjoyable and very readable introduction to the ancient civilisations of Mesopotamia Egypt Greece and RomeI have read individual books in the past about all these civilisations and came to this wanting information about MesopotamiaThis book presents a persuasive argument about how civilisations have built on previous attempts and how this process works So as well as coming away with a greater knowledge of Mesopotamia I also now far better understand why each of these civilisations came into existence and why they failedBy necessity in a book of this nature much has to be omitted but you are free to go and read about what interests you in greater detail What it does is try to give you an overarching framework into which to fit the various ancient worlds and it does a very good job at this

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Re scattered across the landscape Here Richard Miles recreates these extraordinary cities r. An unbelievably good high level overview of history from the beginnings of civilisation to the end of the Roman empire with insights into political developments and the paradox of civilisation which are still applicable today

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Across the Middle East the Mediterranean and the Nile Delta awe inspiring monstrous ruins a. A frantic gallop through early history painted on a vast canvas bringing together complex historic themes and threads and presenting these in a way that I found enjoyable and utterly compelling I would recommend this to anyone with an interest in ancient history

  • Hardcover
  • 301
  • Ancient Worlds
  • Richard Miles
  • English
  • 21 July 2017
  • 9780713997941

10 thoughts on “Ancient Worlds

  1. says:

    a good introduction to early history of European civilizations starting from the ancient cities of the Ira region through

  2. says:

    A frantic gallop through early history painted on a vast canvas bringing together complex historic themes and threads and presenting these in a way that I found enjoyable and utterly compelling I would recommend this to anyone with an interest in ancient history

  3. says:

    I viewed Miles’ series on which this is based when it aired several years ago and reading the book I get the same impression as one might expect The story beats are the same – bevel rimmed bowls Assyrian love of war Athenian democratic imposed empire etc If you’ve seen the series this is simply a slightly extended version of

  4. says:

    uite a canvas for 340 pages so unsurprisingly a bit unevenThe coverage of early Mesopotamian civilisations is uite descriptive and a little patchy Nevertheless it sets out the uestion of why civilisations began to spontaneously form a

  5. says:

    Absolutely fascinating In as little as 350 pages Richard Miles succeeds in bringing ancient civilizations to life From the banks of the Tiber in

  6. says:

    An unbelievably good high level overview of history from the beginnings of civilisation to the end of the Roman empire with insights into political developments and the paradox of civilisation which are still applicable today

  7. says:

    Great global overview of the Ancient civilizations Though unavoidably he has to skip a lot of details and nuances the book is very informative yet reads very pleasantly Great as a starting point to learn about the ancients

  8. says:

    page 53'In the twelfth century bc the Bronze Age cities of the Near East the eastern Mediterranean and the Aegean suffered a series of disasters on an almost unimaginable scale In Anatolia the mighty Hittite Empire and in Greece the Mycenaean kingdoms were toppled Many of the cities of Syria and the Levant were r

  9. says:

    An enjoyable and very readable introduction to the ancient civilisations of Mesopotamia Egypt Greece and RomeI have read i

  10. says:

    A whistle stop tour of ancient civilisations ranging from Babylon to Rome It skims over a lot of things and looks at how the civilisations have influenced our modern civilisation But it's good with some great insightsIt also highli

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