Reviews for Timelines of World History


Book News Reviews
This revision of the 2002 first American edition by Teeple, who died that year, continues the quest of this independent scholar to separate the facts of world history from their interpretation. Organized by 21 periods from up until 10,000 BCE to the modern world, the encyclopedic entries include well-chosen color illustrations, maps, and timelines of key events and innovations in various fields. References, though, are lacking. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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