World history: A chronilogical dictionary of dates ePub download
by Rodney Castledon
- ISBN: 1569242135
- ISBN13: 978-1569242131
- ePub: 1596 kb | FB2: 1524 kb
- Language: English
- Category: World
- Publisher: Shooting Star Press (1993)
- Pages: 664
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 425
- Format: doc txt lrf mobi
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The Alexandrian World Chronicle or the Chronographia Golenischevensis is the name given to an anonymous Greek chronicle compiled in Alexandria, recording history from Creation until the year 392 AD. The chronicle survives in the fragments of a c. 6th-century papyrus named the Golenischev papyrus, well known for its examples of early historical illumination.
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This wide-ranging dictionary contains a wealth of information on all aspects of history, from prehistory right up to the present day. It includes biographies of key figures in world history, historical summaries for each country, and entries on religious and political movements, international. It includes biographies of key figures in world history, historical summaries for each country, and entries on religious and political movements, international organizations, and key battles and places. There are new and updated biographies (.
Rodney Ackland (18 May 1908 in Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex – 6 December 1991 in Richmond upon Thames, Surrey) was an English playwright, actor, theatre director and screenwriter. Born as Norman Ackland Bernstein in Southend, Essex, to a Jewish father from Warsaw and a non-Jewish mother, he was educated at Balham Grammar School in London.