Ancient History

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Fingerprints Of the Gods

Fingerprints Of the Gods

by Graham Hancock

Fingerprints of the Gods is a book first published in 1995 by Graham Hancock, in which he contends that some previously enigmatic ancient but highly-advanced civilization had existed in prehistory, one which served as the common progenitor civilization to all subsequent known ancient historical ones. Supposedly, sometime after the end of the last Ice Age this civilization passed on to its inheritors profound knowledge of such things as astronomy, architecture and mathematics.
Rubicon

Rubicon

by Tom Holland

Tom Holland gained the top degree at Cambridge before earning his Ph.D. at Oxford. An accomplished radio personality in Britain, he has written a highly acclaimed series of adaptations for Radio 4 of Herodotus’s Histories and Virgil’s Aeneid, to be followed by Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey, and is the author of the novels The Bone Hunter, Slave of My Thirst, and Lord of the Dead.
The Book Of the Dead

The Book Of the Dead

by E a Wallis Budge

The Book of the Dead is the title now commonly given to the great collection of funerary texts which the ancient Egyptian scribes composed for the benefit of the dead. These consist of spells and incantations, hymns and litanies, magical formulae and names, words of power and prayers, and they are found cut or painted on walls of pyramids and tombs, and painted on coffins and sarcophagi and rolls of papyri. This book is the treatise and analysis of The Book of the Dead, (also known as Spells of Coming... Read more about this item
The Peloponnesian War

The Peloponnesian War

by Donald Kagan

For three decades in the fifth century b.c. the ancient world was torn apart bya conflict that was as dramatic, divisive, and destructive as the world wars of the twentieth century: the Peloponnesian War. Donald Kagan, one of the world’s most respected classical, political, and military historians, here presents a new account of this vicious war of Greek against Greek, Athenian against Spartan. The Peloponnesian War is a magisterial work of history written for general readers, offering a fresh... Read more about this item
Ages In Chaos

Ages In Chaos

by Immanuel Velikovsky

Ages in Chaos is a book by the controversial writer Immanuel Velikovsky, first published by Doubleday in 1952, which put forward a major revision of the history of the Ancient Near East. Velikovsky had put forward his ideas briefly in Theses for the Reconstruction of Ancient History in 1945, but Ages in Chaos was his first full-length work on the subject. A second volume was due for publication shortly after this but was postponed.
Our Oriental Heritage

Our Oriental Heritage

by Will Durant

From [the Wikipedia page for *The Story of Civilization*][1]:
The Story of Civilization, by husband and wife Will and Ariel Durant, is an eleven-volume set of books covering Western history for the general reader. The volumes sold well for many years, and sets of them were frequently offered by book clubs.

The series was written over a span of more than four decades, and totals four million words across nearly 10,000 pages, but is incomplete. In the first volume (Our Oriental Heritage, which covers the... Read more about this item
The Rise and Fall Of Ancient Egypt

The Rise and Fall Of Ancient Egypt

by Toby Wilkinson

Toby Wilkinson graduated with a first class honors degree in Egyptology from Downing College, University of Cambridge, winning the university’s Thomas Mulvey prize. He is the recipient of the Lady Wallis Budge Junior Research Fellowship in Egyptology, a Leverhulme Trust Special Research Fellowship, and an Honorary Research Fellowship in the Department of Archaeology at the University of Durham. He is currently at Clare College in the University of Cambridge. Wilkinson has published seven books and... Read more about this item
The History Of the Ancient World

The History Of the Ancient World

by Susan Wise Bauer

Includes bibliographical references (p. 779-829) and index.
The Lost Realms

The Lost Realms

by Zecharia Sitchin

Includes bibliographical references (p. 278-285) and index.
Cicero

Cicero

by Anthony Everitt

Anthony Everitt’s fascination with ancient Rome began when he studied classics in school and has persisted ever since. He read English literature at Cambridge University and served four years as secretary general of the Arts Council for Great Britain. A visiting professor of arts and cultural policy at Nottingham Trent University and City University, Everitt has written extensively on European culture and development, and has contributed to the Guardian and Financial Times since 1994. Cicero, his... Read more about this item
America Bc

America Bc

by Barry Fell

The Complete Works Of Josephus

The Complete Works Of Josephus

by Flavius Josephus

A Short History Of Byzantium

A Short History Of Byzantium

by John Julius Norwich

Peoples Of the Sea

Peoples Of the Sea

by Immanuel Velikovsky

Atlantis

Atlantis

by Ignatius Donnelly

Ramses II and His Time

Ramses II and His Time

by Immanuel Velikovsky

Paideia

Paideia

by Werner Jaeger

The Life Of Greece

The Life Of Greece

by Will Durant

Black Athena

Black Athena

by Martin Bernal

The Fragility Of Goodness

The Fragility Of Goodness

by Martha Craven Nussbaum

Byzantium

Byzantium

by John Julius Norwich

The Roman Revolution

The Roman Revolution

by Ronald Syme

Ancient History Books & Ephemera

Temples, Tombs, and Hieroglyphs

Temples, Tombs, and Hieroglyphs

by Mertz, Barbara

An eye-opening, edifying, and endlessly entertaining tour through an astonishing bygone world—the acclaimed classic history of ancient Egypt, now newly revised and updatedWriting as Elizabeth Peters, world-renowned Egyptologist Barbara Mertz is the author of the phenomenally popular New York Times bestselling mystery series featuring archaeologist Amelia Peabody. In Temples, Tombs, and Hieroglyphs, Dr. Mertz explores the breathtaking reality behind her fiction by casting a dazzling light on a... Read more about this item
The Twelve Caesars

The Twelve Caesars

by Grant, Michael

The Classical Greeks

The Classical Greeks

by Grant, Michael

The Greek Experience

The Greek Experience

by Bowra, C M

The Rise Of the Greeks

The Rise Of the Greeks

by Grant, Michael

Caligula

Caligula

by Barrett, Anthony A