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The Resource History of the ancient world : a global perspective, Gregory S. Aldrete, (sound recording)

History of the ancient world : a global perspective, Gregory S. Aldrete, (sound recording)

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History of the ancient world : a global perspective
Title
History of the ancient world
Title remainder
a global perspective
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Gregory S. Aldrete
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Language
eng
Summary
Professor, Gregory S. Aldrete, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay delivers forty-eight lectures on the history of the ancient world from around 3500-3000 B.C. through the 9th century A.D
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libretto or text
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CMI
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Aldrete, Gregory S
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Literary text for sound recordings
  • history
  • lectures speeches
PerformerNote
Gregory S. Aldrete, lecturer
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Series statement
The great courses
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  • World history
  • History, Ancient
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Label
History of the ancient world : a global perspective, Gregory S. Aldrete, (sound recording)
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Publication
Note
  • Lectures
  • Compact disc
  • Unabridged
  • "Topic, history; subtopic, ancient history"--Container
  • Accompanying course guidebook includes bibliographical references
  • "Course no. 3850."
Accompanying material
1 course guidebook (viii, 352 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.).
Capture and storage technique
unknown
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Contents
  • lecture 5.
  • Pharaohs, tombs, and gods
  • lecture 6.
  • The lost civilization of the Indus Valley
  • lecture 7.
  • The Vedic age of ancient India
  • lecture 8.
  • Mystery cultures of early Greece
  • lecture 9.
  • Homer and Indian poetry
  • v.1: lecture 1.
  • lecture 10.
  • Athens and experiments in democracy
  • lecture 11.
  • Hoplite warfare and Sparta
  • lecture 12.
  • Civilization dawns in China : Shang and Zhou
  • Cities, civilizations, and sources
  • lecture 2.
  • From out of the Mesopotamian mud
  • lecture 3.
  • Cultures of the ancient Near East
  • lecture 4.
  • Ancient Egypt : the gift of the Nile
  • lecture 17.
  • Greek tragedy and the Sophists
  • lecture 18.
  • Peloponnesian War and the trial of Socrates
  • lecture 19.
  • Philip of Macedon : architect of empire
  • lecture 20.
  • Alexander the Great goes East
  • lecture 21.
  • Unifiers of India : Chandragupta and Asoka
  • v. 2: lecture 13
  • lecture 22.
  • Shi Huangdi : first emperor of China
  • lecture 23.
  • Earliest historians of Greece and China
  • lecture 24.
  • The Hellenistic world
  • Confucius and the Greek philosophers ;
  • lecture 14.
  • Mystics, Buddhists, and Zoroastrians
  • lecture 15.
  • Persians and Greeks
  • lecture 16.
  • Greek art and architecture
  • lecture 29.
  • Augustus : creator of the Roman Empire
  • Lecture 30.
  • Roman emperors : good, bad, and crazy
  • lecture 31.
  • Han and Roman empires compared : geography
  • lecture 32.
  • Han and Roman empires compared : government
  • lecture 33.
  • Han and Roman empires compared : problems
  • v. 3: lecture 25.
  • lecture 34.
  • Early Americas : resources and Olmecs
  • lecture 35.
  • Pots and pyramids : Moche and Teotihuacán
  • lecture 36.
  • Blood and corn : Mayan civilization
  • Great empire of the Han Dynasty
  • lecture 26.
  • People of the Toga : Etruscans, early Rome
  • lecture 27.
  • The crucible : Punic Wars, Roman imperialism
  • lecture 28
  • The death of the Roman republic
  • lecture 41.
  • The decline and fall of the Roman empire?
  • lecture 42.
  • The Byzantine empire and the legacy of Rome
  • lecture 43.
  • China from chaos to order under the Tang
  • lecture 44.
  • The golden age of Tang culture
  • lecture 45.
  • The rise and flourishing of Islam
  • v. 4: lecture 37.
  • lecture 46.
  • Holy men and women : monasticism and saints
  • lecture 47.
  • Charlemagne : father of Europe ;
  • lecture 48.
  • Endings, beginnings, what does it all mean?
  • Hunter-gatherers and Polynesians
  • lecture 38.
  • The art and architecture of power
  • lecture 39.
  • The comparative armies : Rome, China, Maya
  • lecture 40.
  • Later Roman empire : crisis and Christianity
Control code
sky247058172
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
24 sound discs (approx. 1440 min.)
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Isbn
9781598038040
Other physical details
digital
Publisher number
  • 3850
  • PC3850A
  • PB3850A
  • IC3850A-01
  • IC3850A-02
  • IC3850A-03
  • IC3850A-04
Special playback characteristics
digital recording
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
History of the ancient world : a global perspective, Gregory S. Aldrete, (sound recording)
Publication
Note
  • Lectures
  • Compact disc
  • Unabridged
  • "Topic, history; subtopic, ancient history"--Container
  • Accompanying course guidebook includes bibliographical references
  • "Course no. 3850."
Accompanying material
1 course guidebook (viii, 352 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.).
Capture and storage technique
unknown
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Contents
  • lecture 5.
  • Pharaohs, tombs, and gods
  • lecture 6.
  • The lost civilization of the Indus Valley
  • lecture 7.
  • The Vedic age of ancient India
  • lecture 8.
  • Mystery cultures of early Greece
  • lecture 9.
  • Homer and Indian poetry
  • v.1: lecture 1.
  • lecture 10.
  • Athens and experiments in democracy
  • lecture 11.
  • Hoplite warfare and Sparta
  • lecture 12.
  • Civilization dawns in China : Shang and Zhou
  • Cities, civilizations, and sources
  • lecture 2.
  • From out of the Mesopotamian mud
  • lecture 3.
  • Cultures of the ancient Near East
  • lecture 4.
  • Ancient Egypt : the gift of the Nile
  • lecture 17.
  • Greek tragedy and the Sophists
  • lecture 18.
  • Peloponnesian War and the trial of Socrates
  • lecture 19.
  • Philip of Macedon : architect of empire
  • lecture 20.
  • Alexander the Great goes East
  • lecture 21.
  • Unifiers of India : Chandragupta and Asoka
  • v. 2: lecture 13
  • lecture 22.
  • Shi Huangdi : first emperor of China
  • lecture 23.
  • Earliest historians of Greece and China
  • lecture 24.
  • The Hellenistic world
  • Confucius and the Greek philosophers ;
  • lecture 14.
  • Mystics, Buddhists, and Zoroastrians
  • lecture 15.
  • Persians and Greeks
  • lecture 16.
  • Greek art and architecture
  • lecture 29.
  • Augustus : creator of the Roman Empire
  • Lecture 30.
  • Roman emperors : good, bad, and crazy
  • lecture 31.
  • Han and Roman empires compared : geography
  • lecture 32.
  • Han and Roman empires compared : government
  • lecture 33.
  • Han and Roman empires compared : problems
  • v. 3: lecture 25.
  • lecture 34.
  • Early Americas : resources and Olmecs
  • lecture 35.
  • Pots and pyramids : Moche and Teotihuacán
  • lecture 36.
  • Blood and corn : Mayan civilization
  • Great empire of the Han Dynasty
  • lecture 26.
  • People of the Toga : Etruscans, early Rome
  • lecture 27.
  • The crucible : Punic Wars, Roman imperialism
  • lecture 28
  • The death of the Roman republic
  • lecture 41.
  • The decline and fall of the Roman empire?
  • lecture 42.
  • The Byzantine empire and the legacy of Rome
  • lecture 43.
  • China from chaos to order under the Tang
  • lecture 44.
  • The golden age of Tang culture
  • lecture 45.
  • The rise and flourishing of Islam
  • v. 4: lecture 37.
  • lecture 46.
  • Holy men and women : monasticism and saints
  • lecture 47.
  • Charlemagne : father of Europe ;
  • lecture 48.
  • Endings, beginnings, what does it all mean?
  • Hunter-gatherers and Polynesians
  • lecture 38.
  • The art and architecture of power
  • lecture 39.
  • The comparative armies : Rome, China, Maya
  • lecture 40.
  • Later Roman empire : crisis and Christianity
Control code
sky247058172
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
24 sound discs (approx. 1440 min.)
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Isbn
9781598038040
Other physical details
digital
Publisher number
  • 3850
  • PC3850A
  • PB3850A
  • IC3850A-01
  • IC3850A-02
  • IC3850A-03
  • IC3850A-04
Special playback characteristics
digital recording
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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