History of the World Map by Map
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I struggle giving scores to books like this, and it maybe could have been a "4", but anyway the maps in this volume are quite stunning, and they provide a bounty of information. Having received it, I can agree that the quality of the book in terms of content and paper is very high.
For further information about your statutory rights, contact your local authority Trading Standards department or consumer advice center (for example the Citizen's Advice Bureau if you are in the UK). Encontrar os mapas na obra é igualmente fácil, já que cada período histórico está bem separado e também codificado por cor. The intro paragraphs were useful on the time periods/areas that I knew less about and largely fluff on the ones I already had some knowledge.Despite a few typos in the French version that I read, it's a good starting point to spark an interest to delve deeper into certain periods, with the beautiful maps included providing a spark of intrigue.
The entire Persian Empire, arguably one of the top-5 civilizations in world history, is given a two-page spread, the same amount as the Korean War. The book takes readers on a journey across time and space, using maps to illustrate key historical events, cultures, and civilizations. The informative yet accessible text is accompanied by many beautiful yet functional maps, all with their own colour schemes and keys, to explain the events and their timelines.You wonder what was really going on when Yugoslavia broke into war, "ethnic cleansing" became a phrase in the news, and Yugoslavia disappeared to become seven new countries. To think in what is now USA there was Clovis people over 14,000 years, lizard mounds in west bend, and in Kenosha butchering of mammoth bones. We will process the refund due to you as soon as possible and, in any case within thirty (30) days of the day we confirm via e-mail that you are entitled to a refund for defective goods. You know there were people living throughout North America before Columbus stumbled upon Hispaniola in 1492, but you may be surprised by the maps that show the volume of settlements by a diverse number of native cultures across the current U.