An Ancient History for Beginners
by George Willis Botsford
Publisher: The MacMillan Company 1913
Number of pages: 620
This book aims to present Ancient History as a unit, comprising three closely related parts, the Orient, Greece, and Rome. It is adapted to beginning classes in the high school, and furnishes material for a year's work. This volume is for those who need a brief and elementary treatment of ancient times.
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