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Overview of the Middle Ages - World History - Khan Academy
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Publisher: University of North Georgia Press. The book approaches the subject of world history along the "regional tour" model, which is quite old fashioned for our day. Recent texts are more thematic and comparative in nature. The strong suit is that the more frequently mentioned topics in The strong suit is that the more frequently mentioned topics in the first part of the world survey are covered well in terms of content early humans, world religions, agriculture, etc.
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