The Cambridge Ancient History
by J. B. Bury
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 1928
Number of pages: 741
Cambridge Ancient History is designed as the first part of a continuous history of European peoples. Starting with the remote and dim beginnings, upoh which some new rays of light fall every year, the Ancient History will go down to the victory of Constantine the Great in AD. 324, the point at which the Medieval takes up the story.
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