Sources of The Making of the West: Peoples and Cultures, by Lynn Hunt, Katharine J. Lualdi, Thomas R. Martin, Barbara H.

By Lynn Hunt, Katharine J. Lualdi, Thomas R. Martin, Barbara H. Rosenwein, R. Po-chia Hsia, Bonnie G. Smith

This spouse sourcebook offers written and visible assets to accompany every one bankruptcy of The Making of the West. Political, social, and cultural records provide a number of views that supplement the textbook and inspire scholar to make connections among narrative historical past and first resources. each one bankruptcy incorporates a bankruptcy precis, record headnotes, and questions for dialogue.

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Visit the free online study guide, which provides quizzes and activities to help you master the chapter material. Review the Important Events chronologies to make sure you understand the relationships between major events in the chapter and their sequence. qxd 1/10/08 2:49 AM Page xxxv To t h e Stu d e n t How to Read Primary Sources In each chapter of this textbook you will find many primary sources to broaden your understanding of the development of the West. Primary sources refer to firsthand, contemporary accounts or direct evidence about a particular topic.

History is often defined as the study of change over time; hence the importance of dates for the historian. But just as historians argue over which dates are most significant, they disagree over which dating system to follow. Their debate reveals perhaps the most enduring fact about history — its vitality. qxd 1/10/08 2:49 AM NORWAY Bergen Elevation Feet Meters Over 13,120 6,561–13,120 1,641–6,560 661–1640 0–660 Below sea level Page xl N Over 4,001 2,001–4,000 501–2,000 201–500 0–200 Below sea level SWEDEN Oslo W E Stockholm S SCOTLAND NORTHERN IRELAND National capital Major city Göteborg Edinburgh Se a Glasgow 0 150 150 300 miles 300 kilometers Dublin Ba DENMARK Copenhagen Liverpool Kaliningrad KINGDOM Cork WALES ' Gdansk Birmingham ENGLAND Elb e NETHERLANDS Thames R.

E. E. E. E. E. E. E. , and so on. , standing for “of the common era” (or “of the Christian era”). E. , which stands for the Latin phrase anno Domini (“in the year of the Lord”). D. properly comes before the date being marked. D. 1492, for example, translates as “in the year of the Lord 1492,” meaning 1492 years after the birth of Jesus. E. E. E. E. D. D. 100). , the smaller the number, the earlier the date in history. E. E. E. E. ). E. E. is a date late in the same century. E. E. E. E. , existed in antiquity.

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