Chapter 1 "Beginnings of Human Society"           

Section 1 "Geography & History"                                            

Section 2 "Prehistory"                                                               

Section 3 "The Beginnings of Civiliation" 


Chapter 2 "The Fertile Crescent"

Section 1 "The Land Between Two Rivers"

Section 2 "Fertile Crescent Empires"

Section 3 "The Legacy of Mesopotamia"

Section 4 "Mediterranean Civilizations"

Section 5 "Judaism"


Chapter 3 "Egypt & Nubia"                                              

Section 1 "Geography of the Nile"

Section 2 "The Rulers of Egypt"                                               

Section 3 "Egyptian Religion"                                                   

Section 4 "Ancient Egyptian Culture                                       

Section 5 "The Cultures of Nubia"                                          


Chapter 4 "Ancient India"

Section 1 "Indus & Ganges River Valleys"

Section 2 "Hinduism In Ancient India"

Section 3 "Beginnings of Buddhism"

Section 4 "Empires of Ancient India"


Chapter 5 "Ancient China"

Section 1 "Geography of China's River Valleys"                 

Section 2 "Confucius & His Teachings"                                 

Section 3 "Warring Kingdoms Unite"                                    

Section 4 "Achievements of Ancient China"


Chapter 6 "Rise of Ancient Greece"

Section 1 "Rise of Greek Civilization"

Section 2 "Religion, Philosophy &Arts"


Chapter 7 "Glory of Greece"                                     

Section 1 "Daily Life In Athens"                                             

Section 2 "Athens & Sparta"                                                 

Section 3 "The Spread of Greek Culture"


Chapter 8 "Rise of Rome"

Section 1 "The Roman Republic"

 Section 2 "The Roman Empire"


Chapter 9 "The Fate of Ancient Rome"

Section 1 "Roman Daily Life"

Section 2 "Christianity & The Roman Empire"

Section 3 "The Fall of Rome"


“Day by day, what you choose, what you think and what you do is who you become.”

-Heraclitus of Ancient Greece (c. 535-475b.c.)