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The ancient world transformed : societies, personalities and historical periods from Egypt, Greece and Rome / Pamela Bradley.

The ancient world transformed : societies, personalities and historical periods from Egypt, Greece and Rome / Pamela Bradley.
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ISBN 9781107674431 (paperback)
Author Bradley, Pamela author.
Title The ancient world transformed : societies, personalities and historical periods from Egypt, Greece and Rome / Pamela Bradley.
Publisher/Date Port Melbourne, Victoria : Cambridge University Press, 2014.
©2014
Pagination etc. vii, 462 pages : colour illustrations, colour maps ; 28 cm.
Bibliography, etc. note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Note Written by expert author Pamela Bradley, The Ancient World Transformed offers an engaging and flexible approach to the NSW Ancient History syllabus. It provides a variety of options and topics for students to develop their learning as they master the knowledge and skills required for success in their HSC exams. Flexible options are offered for teachers and students covering a wide range of topics within the study of Egypt, Greece and Rome.Extensive focus on primary sources encourages students to assess, understand, analyse and interpret historical data as they develop the skills required to think like a historian.Source-based questions further develop these skills and reflect the structure and style of the HSC exam.Current information on the methods, interpretations and ethical issues of modern archaeology ensures students are engaging with the most current material available.
Target audience note For senior secondary school students.
Subject History, Ancient -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
Egypt -- History -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
Greece -- History -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
Rome (Italy) -- History -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
Shelf Location HSC 930 BRAD
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