Global Summaries

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For every section of every chapter in your textbook, Prentice Hall provides a one-page long section summary as well as a note taking guide to you can use while reading. I encourage you to use both to help with homework reading and studying.

Chapter 1: Foundations of Civilization (Prehistory–3000 B.C.)

Chapter 2: Ancient Middle East and Egypt (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.)

Chapter 3: Ancient India and China (2600 B.C.–A.D. 550)

Chapter 4: Ancient Greece (1750 B.C.–133 B.C.)

Chapter 5: Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity (509 B.C.–A.D. 476)

Chapter 6: Civilizations of the Americas (1400 B.C.–A.D. 1570)

Chapter 7: The Rise of Europe (500–1300)

Chapter 8: The High and Late Middle Ages (1050–1450)

Chapter 9: The Byzantine Empire, Russia, and Eastern Europe (330–1613)

Chapter 10: Muslim Civilizations (622–1629)

Chapter 11: Kingdoms and Trading States of Africa (730 B.C.–A.D. 1591)

Chapter 12: Spread of Civilization in East and Southeast Asia (500–1650)

Chapter 13: The Renaissance and Reformation (1300–1650)

Chapter 14: The Beginnings of Our Global Age: Europe, Africa, and Asia (1415–1796)

Chapter 15: The Beginnings of Our Global Age: Europe and the Americas (1492–1750)

Chapter 16: The Age of Absolutism (1550–1800)

Chapter 17: The Enlightenment and the American Revolution (1700-1800)

We also have World History Interactive Timelines for each chapter!

6 thoughts on “Global Summaries

  1. Paloma says:

    neat website.

  2. Padriac says:

    OMG THANK YOU SO MUCH

  3. Hala.M says:

    thank you so much , please do you have the rest of the book chapters (18 , and so for )?

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