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Table of Contents
|from Human Origins to Agrarian Communities, C. 100,000 - 500 BCE|
|The Earliest Human Societies|
|Early Africa and Egypt|
|Warriors and Deities in the Near East|
|Ancient China to 221 BCE|
|The Agrarian Revolution in the Americas|
|Classical Civilizations of the World, 500 BCE - 800 CE|
|The Greek Adventure|
|Greek Humanism, 800 - 100 BCE|
|Rome: from City-State to Empire|
|The Roman Empire and the Rise of Christianity in the West, 31 BC - 800 CE|
|Imperial China in Its Golden Age|
|The Post-Classical Era, 800-1400 CE|
|The Americas to the Fifteenth Century|
|Mature Islamic Society and the First Global Civilization|
|Africa Joins the Global System|
|The Mongols Unify Eurasia|
|Japan and Southeast Asia|
|Medieval Origins of Europe|
|Late Medieval Europe and the Renaissance|
|Expanding Webs of Interaction, 1400 - 1700 CE|
|A Larger World Opens|
|Religious Division and Political Consolidation in Europe|
|Western Asia in the Era of the Gunpowder Empires|
|Africa in the Era of Expansion|
|China from the Ming through the Early Qing Dynasty|
|Japan in the Era of European Expansion|
|from Conquest to Colonies in Hispanic America|
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