Mathematics in ancient Egypt : a contextual history Annette Imhausen EMS 2016
Warfare in the Ancient World by Brian Todd Carey, Available thru' Allbooks using our link below http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1781592632?ie=UTF8=A12I4XFZBQ60U4=all_books_maldon
Routledge’s series “The Basics” opens the doors to all people to explore the basics of certain topics. Daniel C. Snell, the L. J. Semrod Presidential Professor of History at the University of Oklahoma, has an interest in not only technical books but also accessible books. Hence, he was well qualified to write the basics of the ancient Near East. The accessibility of the book is, after all, one of its most outstanding achievements. (Review by William Brown)
The World Map With Place Names Changed To Their Original Meanings…
Your Travel Guide to Ancient China (Passport to History) by Josepha Sherman is a children's book, written for ages 9 and older and targeted for a grade-level of 4 and up, but any adult reader will enjoy this book and get a great deal out of it. It is part of the Passport to History series published by Lerner and, like the others, is a great reading experience. The book presents the history as though the reader is an ancient traveler going on a trip to China. (Review by Emily Mark) -- AHE
Probability and randomness : quantum versus classical Khrennikov, Andrei, Covent Garden, London : Imperial College Press, cop.2016 EMS 2016
Patricia Southern’s writing breathes wit and entertainment into her treatment of Hadrian’s Wall. Hadrian’s Wall: Everyday Life on a Roman Frontier could easily have been yet another dry interpretation of the archaeological and historical data about the ruins. Instead, Southern takes every aspect of the Wall’s historical supposition to task, examining current science and generally accepted conclusions with a sense of healthy self-deprecation. (Review by Jessica Titterington) --AHE
Novelist Nick Brown on 'The Wooden Walls of Thermopylae'
Jan van der Crabben, CEO & Founder of Ancient History Encyclopedia (AHE), recently sat down with Nick Brown, a teacher of archaeology and now novelist, to discuss his latest title: The Wooden Walls of Thermopylae. Brown’s book is work historical fiction centred on the battle of Thermopylae, as told from the perspective of a foot soldier.-- AHE
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This site covers the history of ancient civilizations for students in primary or secondary schools. Ancient history of the early four ancient civilizations: Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient China, and Ancient India in basic and simple language.
Marc Van De Mieroop’s A History of the Ancient Near East is a superb book for students and general readers alike. Its crisp, clear narrative keeps the material lively while covering all of the important points. The third edition improves on a second edition that had already become a classroom standard.
Galois' theory of algebraic equations Tignol, Jean-Pierre EMS 2016
Leonard Euler : Mathematical genius in the enlightenment / Ronald S. Calinger. -- Pincenton : University press, / cop. 2016 Ver localización en la Biblioteca de la ULL: http://absysnet.bbtk.ull.es/cgi-bin/abnetopac?TITN=535545
hijos de la libertad, revolución americana, infografía
Reading Ancient History: Reference Books
However, if ancient Egypt is more your style this book will interest you. It explores how the ancient Egyptians viewed their world and explained it through their myths, gods and rituals. Making it an excellent reference book for understanding one of the most notable ancient cultures of the world.
Ancient Warfare magazine is published by Karwansaray Publishers. Located in the Netherlands, they concentrate on providing a historical focus with "special emphasis... placed on quality production, original artwork, and current but accessible scholarship" (Source). Along with Ancient Warfare, they also publish a few other accessible history magazines: Ancient History, Medieval Warfare, and Wargames, Soldiers, and Strategy. (Review by William Brown) -- AHE