Includes four volumes covering ancient history through the 21st century. Volumes 1-2 cover the Ancient World and Middle Ages. Highlighted documents include the "Code of Justinian" and "Usama Ibn Munqidh's 'A Muslim View of the Crusaders'."
Covering topics from Gilgamesh to Ancient Egypt to the Fall of Rome, this volume provides easy-to-use tools to engage, enlighten, and give students a new frame of reference to study and analyze the most important documents from Ancient History.
Voices of Ancient Egypt: Contemporary Accounts of Daily Life
Call Number: Oversz DT 61 .V65 2014
Voices of Ancient Egypt includes original writings that span the period from circa 3100 BCE to 400 CE.
Voices of Ancient Greece and Rome: Contemporary Accounts of Daily Life
Call Number: Oversz DE 59 .V64 2012
Collecting documents culled from the writings of ancient Greek and Roman authors, this book provides a glimpse of what life was like in ancient times and illustrates the relevance of these long-ago civilizations to modern life.
"The Project's principal aim is to make primary texts readily available to students and faculty for use in history and humanities courses" (from Hanover College History Department). Sources are available for the Reformation, the Catholic Reformation, and the Religious Wars.
Provides access to electronic resources in medieval studies. Note especially the International Culture: Philosophy and Theology link, which offers primary texts for Aristotle, Augustine, Plato and others (from Georgetown University).