9780495913078

The Human Record Sources of Global History, Volume I: To 1500

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    9780495913078

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  • Edition: 7th
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  • Copyright: 1/1/2011
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
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Summary

THE HUMAN RECORD is the leading primary source reader for the World History course, providing balanced coverage of the global past. Each volume contains a blend of visual and textual sources which are often paired or grouped together for comparison. A prologue entitled "Primary Sources and How to Read Them" appears in each volume and provides background and guidance for analyzing sources such as those in the text. Approximately one-third of the sources in the Seventh Edition are new, and these documents continue to reflect the myriad experiences of the peoples of the world.

Table of Contents

The Ancient World
The First Civilizations
Mesopotamia: The Epic of Gilgamesh
The Judgments of Hammurabi
Egypt: The Satire on the Trades
Tale of the Eloquent Peasant
Bronze Age Societies
The Priest-King and the Hagia Triada Sarcophagus
Indus, Mesopotamian, and Cretan Seals
China: The Book of Documents
The Book of Songs
Multiple Voices I
Art in the Service of the Monarchs of the Nile
Kneeling Figure of Queen Hatshepsut
A Relief of the Family of Akhenaten
Seti I and the Goddess Hathor
Temple Relief, Isis, Seti I, and Horus
Kushite King and Apedemak Horus
Newcomers: From Nomads to Settlers
The Indo-Europeans: The Rig Veda
Homer, The Odyssey
The Thera Kouros and the Peplos Kore
The Israelites and Their Neighbors
The Book of Genesis
The Book of Deuteronomy
Transcendental Reality: Developing the Spiritual Traditions of India and Southwest Asia: 800-200 B.C.E.
The Emergence of Brahminical Hinduism
The Upanishads
The Bhagavad-Gita
The Teachings of the Buddha
The Buddha, Setting in Motion the Wheel of the Law
The Buddha, Questions That Tend Not to Edification
Persians, Israelites, and Their Gods
Zarathustra, Gathas
The Book of Isaiah.
The Secular Made Sacred
Developing the Humanistic Traditions of China and Hellas: 600-200 B.C.E. China
Laozi, The Classic of the Way and Virtue
Confucius, The Analects
Sima Qian, Records of the Grand Historian
Hellenic Civilization
Herodotus, Histories, and the Golden Comb with Battle Scene
Euripedes, The Bacchae
Plato, Phaedo
Four Hellenic Works of Art
Multiple Voices II
The Healing Arts in China, India, and Greece
The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine, Great Treatise on the Harmony of the Atmosphere of the Four Seasons with the Human Spirit
Compendium of Caraka
Testimonials At Epidauros
Hippocrates, On the Sacred Disease
The Clinic Painter's Aryballos
Regional Empires and Afro-Eurasian Interchange: 300 B.C.E. - 500 C.E. Han China
Discourses on Salt and Iron
Lessons for Women
Central Asia in the Age of Empires
Woman Standing on a Makara
A Bactrian Ewer in Northern China
India in the Age of Empires: Asoka, Rock and Pillar Edicts
Faxian, Travels
The Greco-Roman World
Four Hellenistic Works of Art
The Accomplishments of the Deified Augustus
Caesar Augustus as Pontifex Maximus and a Cameo Portrait
Multiple Voices III
Sea Routes and Silk Roads
Natural History
Chronicle of the Western Regions
A Miran Mural and a Romano-Coptic Funerary Effigy of a Woman
Four Images of the Buddha
Faxian, Travels
Faith, Devotion, and Salvation
Great World Religions to 1500
Universal Religions of Salvation in an Uncertain World: 1-600 C.E. Bhakti
Two Images of Shiva
Mahayana Buddhism
Tales of Guanshiyin
Four Images of Guanyin
Two Different Religious Visions
Metamorphoses
The Babylonian Talmud
Christianity
The Gospel of Saint Matthew
Epistle to the Romans
Conquering the World for Christ
The Good Shepherd and Christ Militant
Church History
The Christian Monument
Multiple Voices IV
One Christianity or Many Christianities?
The Gospel of Thomas
Irenaeus, Against Heresies
Homilies of Clement
Eusebius of Caesarea, Ecclesiastical History
The Creed of Nicaea
Islam: Universal Submission to God
The Foundations of Islamic Life
The Quran
The Authentic [Traditions]
Variety and Unity within Islam
Creed Concerning the Imams
The Chronicle of the Seeker
Bihzad, Sufis Performing Sama
Multiple Voices V
Islam and Unbelievers
The Pact of Ibn Muslama
The Pact of Umar
Manual of Islamic Law
Book of Travels
The Deeds of Sultan Firuz Shah
Continuity, Change, and Interchange: 500-1500
Asia: Change in the Context of Tradition
Japan: Chronicles of Japan
The Pillow Book
Portrait of Minamoto Yoritomo and Removal of the Imperial Family to Rukuhara
China: Du Fu, Poems
A Sogdian Wine Merchant, The Bezelik Musicians, and Two Views of a Nomad Encampment
Southwest Asia: Al-Jahiz, The Merits of the Turks and of the Imperial Army As a Whole
Travels
A Thousand and One Arabian Nights
An Iranian Bowl
Description of India
Vikrama's Adventures
The Lovers
Multiple Voices VI
Buddhism in China
Acceptance, Rejection, and Accommodation
Lives of the Nuns
Memorial on Buddhism
Proclamation Ordering the Destruction of Buddhist Monasteries
Mandala of Vajabhairava
Two Christian Civilizations: Byzantium and Western Europe
An Empire and Its Emperors:
The Mosaics of San Vitale
Chronographia
Emperors in the Latin West
Sacramentary of Charles the Bald
A Report on the Embassy to Constantinople
Imperium Versus Sacerdotium
Dictatus Papae
Letter to Hildebrand
A Treatise on Royal and Papal Power
A Fresco from the Church of Quattro Coronati
Alexiad
Multiple Voices VII
Byzantium and the West in the Age of the Crusades
The Dividing of Christendom?
The Jerusalem History
Four Crusade Miniatures
Alexiad
The Capture of Constantinople
Annals
Letters To the Crusaders
Africa and the Americas
Africa
Meadows of Gold
The Book of Routes and Realms
Two Icons of the Virgin Mary
Seated Male and Female Figures
The Americas
Adena Man and A Moche Seated Figure
Two Mayan Sculptures
Book of the Gods and Rites
Chronicles
Adventurers, Merchants, Diplomats, Pilgrims, and Missionaries
A Half Millennium of Travel and Encounter: 1000-1500
The World Perceived
A Description of Foreign Peoples
The Book of John Mandeville
Wondrous Fountains and Peoples
The Kangnido
Travel in the Age of the Pax Mongolica
Journey To the Land of the Tartars
Description of the World
Report
The Practice of Commerce
Long-Distance Travel beyond the Mongol Peace
A Gift to Those Who Contemplate the Wonders of Cities and The Marvels Encountered in Travel
Embassy To Tamerlane
The Overall Survey of the Ocean's Shores
A Letter Concerning Recently Discovered Islands
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