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The Humanitiesby Henry M. Sayre helps the reader see context and make connections across the humanities by tying together the entire cultural experience through a narrative storytelling approach.
Table of Contents
|The Ancient World and the Classical Past: Prehistory to 200 CE|
|From Forest to Farm: The Rise of Culture|
|Mesopotamia: Power and Social Order in the Fertile Crescent|
|The Stability of Ancient Egypt: Flood and Sun|
|China, India, and Africa: Early Civilizations|
|Bronze Age Culture in the Aegean World: The Great Traders|
|The Rise of Greek City-States: War and Victory|
|Golden Age Athens: The School of Hellas|
|Rome: Urban Life and Imperial Majesty|
|Medieval Europe and the Shaping of World Cultures: 200 CE TO 1400|
|The Late Roman Empire, Judaism, and the Rise of Christianity: Power and Faith|
|Byzantium: Constantinople and the Byzantine Empire|
|The Rise and Spread of Islam: A New Religion|
|Fiefdom and Monastery: The Merging of Germanic and Roman Cultures|
|The Romanesque Tradition: Pilgrimage and Crusade|
|The Gothic Style: Faith and Knowledge in an Age of Inquiry|
|Siena and Florence in the Fourteenth Century: Toward a New Humanism|
|China, India Japan, Africa, and the Americas before 1400|
|The Renaissance and the Age of Encounter: 1400 to 1600|
|Florence and the Early Renaissance: Humanism in Italy|
|The High Renaissance in Rome: Papal Patronage|
|The Venetian Renaissance: Palace and Lagoon|
|The Renaissance in the North: Between Wealth and Want|
|The Reformation A New Church and the Arts|
|The Early Counter-Reformation and Mannerism: Restraint and Invention|
|West Africa, China, and Japan: The Age of Encounter|
|England in the Tudor Age: ldquo;This Other Edenrdquo;|
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