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Global Experience | 3rd Edition

Readings in World History to 1500

ISBN-10: 0133107981
ISBN-13: 9780133107982
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Product Description: VOLUME I: EARLY CIVILIZATIONS. Global Conceptions of the Cosmos and Creation. 1. The Hebrew Creation Story: Genesis. 2. A Greek Creation Story: Hesiod, Theogony. 3. A Japanese Creation Story: Nihongi. 4. A Hindu Creation Story: Rig Veda. A Sumerian Heroic Legend. 5. The Epic of Gilgamesh. Law in the Ancient Near East: Hittites and Hebrews. 6. Hittite Laws. 7. Hebrew Laws and Their Covenant. The Origins of Writing in Egypt and China: Wisdom Literature and Oracles. 8. Papyrus Lansing: A Schoolbook. 9. The Oracle Bones of Shang. Challenges to Egyptian Tradition. 10. Hatshepsut: Successful Female Pharaoh. 11. The Hymn to Aton and Psalm 104. Military Strategy and Tactics: Assyria and China. 12. Assyrian War Tactics. 13. Sun Tzu Sunzi, The Art of War. CLASSICAL CIVILIZATIONS. The Early Greeks: Their Gods, Heroes, and Poetry. 14. Homer, The Odyssey. 15. Sappho, Lyric Songs. The Hindu Tradition. 16. The Essence of the Universe. 17. The Kama Sutra. 18. The Laws of Manu. 19. Bhagavad-Gita. The Buddhist Tradition. 20. Enlightenment of the Buddha. 21. Kuan-yin Guanyin: Compassion of the Bodhisattva. The State and Society in Classical India. 22. Duties of a King, Artha Shastra. 23. Hsuan-tsang Xuanzang, The Land and People of India. The Golden Age of Chinese Thought. 24. Confucius, Analects. 25. Taoism Daoism: LaoTzu Lao Zi. 26. Legalism: The Writings of Han Fei Tzu Han Feizi. Classical Greece. 27. Herodotus, Persian Dialogue. 28. Sophocles, Antigone. 29. Thucydides, Peloponnesian War. 30. Plato, The Republic. 31. Aristotle, Politics. Roman Contributions to Ideologies of Government and Law. 32. Titus Livy, Early History of Rome. 33. Polybius, Why Romans and Not Greeks Govern the World. 34. Marcus Tullius Cicero, The Laws. Science in the Greco-Roman and Chinese Worlds. 35. Hippocrates, On the Sacred Disease. 36. Pliny the Elder, The Nature Story. 37. The Yellow Emperor, Nei-ching Neijing (Canon of Medicine). CHRISTIANITY TO ISLAM. The Rise of Christianity. 38. The Golden Rule and God''s Will. 39. The Writings of St. Paul on Women. Rome and the Christians. 40. Tacitus, The Annals. 41. Pliny the Younger, Letters to Emperor Trajan. 42. St. Augustine of Hippo, The City of God. 43. Paulus Orosius, History Against the Pagans. 44. Monastic Life: The Rule of Saint Benedict. The Reign of Emperor Justinian. 45. Procopius, History of the Wars. 46. Procopius, The Secret History. 47. The Institutes of Justinian from the Corpus Iuris Civilis. The Rise of Islam. 48. The Koran. 49. Sayings (Hadith) Ascribed to the Prophet: Holy War. Commentaries on Islamic Law and Culture. 50. Wills, Slave Emancipation, and Clientship. 51. Kai Kaus, “Scientific Physiognomy and the Purchase of Slaves.” 52. Circumcision of Men and Women. MEDIEVAL EUROPE, AFRICA, AND THE EAST. The Germanic Tribes Succeed the Romans in the West. 53. Gregory of Tours, History of the Franks. 54. Law Code of the Visigoths. Feudalism and Chivalry, West and East. 55. The Nibelungenlied. 56. The Book of Emperors and Kings, “Charlemagne and Pope Leo III.” 57. Tsunetomo Yamamoto, Hagakure (The Way of the Samurai). 58. The Forty-Seven Ronin. East-West Images and Realities. 59. Ibn Fadlan''s, Account of Vikings in Early Russia. 60. Liutprand, Bishop of Cremona, A Mission to Constantinople. 61. Memoirs of Usamah Ibn-Munqidh. 62. Sir John Mandeville, “The Land of Prester John.” 63. Marco Polo in China. Perceptions of Africa. 64. Ibn Battuta in Mali. 65. Martín Fernández de Figueroa, Confronting the Moors in Somalia. Byzantium: The Later Period of Triumph and Tragedy. 66. Anna Comnena, The Alexiad. 67. Robert of Clari, The Conquest of Constantinople. Scholasticism, Spirituality, and Mysticism. 68. Peter Abelard, The Story of My Misfortunes. 69. Saint Hildegard of Bingen, Know the Ways. 70. St. Francis of Assisi, “The Rule of Saint Francis.” 71. Saint Thomas Aquinas, “The Existence of God.” 72. Julian(a) of Norwich, Showings. Medieval Domestic Life in Western and Eastern Europe. 73. The Good Man of Paris. 74. The Domostroi, Rules for Russian Households in the Time of Ivan the Terrible. Chinese Culture Under the T''ang and Sung Song Dynasties. 75. Imperial Examination System. 76. Emperor T''ai-tsung Taizong: “On the Art of Government.” 77. Chinese Footbinding. Mongols and the West. 78. John Pian del Carpini, The Tartars. 79. Kuyuk Khan, Letter to Pope Innocent IV. 80. The Yuan Code: Homicide. The Black Death: Christian and Muslim Views. 81. The Chronicle of Jean de Venette. 82. Ibn Al-Ward I, An Essay on the Report of the Pestilence. A WORLD IN CHANGE. The Rise of the Ottoman Empire. 83. Konstantin Mihailovic, Memoirs of a Janissary. 84. Kritovoulos, History of Mehmed the Conqueror. 85. Vlad Tsepes, “The Impaler”: The Real Dracula or How the Enemy of the Ottomons Became a Legend. The Rise of Russia. 86. The Russian Primary Chronicle. 87. A Letter of Monk Philotheos to Grand Prince Vasily III. 88. Heinrich von Staden, The Land and Government of Muscovy. The Renaissance and Reformation. 89. Niccolò Machiavelli, The Prince and The Discourses on Titus Livy. 90. Erasmus, Julius II Excluded. 91. Martin Luther at the Diet of Worms, 1521. Age of Exploration and Expansion. 92. Cheng Ho Zheng He: Ming Maritime Expeditions. 93. St. Francis Xavier on the Japanese: “The Best People Who Have Yet Been Discovered.” The Portuguese in Africa, Asia, and Brazil. 94. The Chronicle of Gomes Eannes de Azurara. 95. Pero Vaz de Caminha and the Brazilian Indians. 96. The Travels of Mendes Pinto. Spain in America. 97. Christopher Columbus, Journal of First Voyage to America. 98. Bernal Díaz del Castillo, The

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