Part of the series Antiquity.
The third edition of the best-selling Antiquity 1 has been comprehensively updated to meet the requirements of the revised NSW Ancient History syllabus (2005).
Five new chapters have been included to bring it in line with syllabus requirements. All other chapters from the second edition of Antiquity 1 have been revised for the third edition in order to provide an up-to-date program and meet the requirements of the revised syllabus.
Part 1: Investigating the Past: Archaeology, History and Science
- Chapter 1: Methods of Investigating the Past
- Chapter 2: The Nature of Sources and Evidence
- Chapter 3: The Destruction and Preservation of Evidence
- Chapter 4: Reconstructing the Past
- Chapter 5: The Role of Science in Unlocking the Past
- Chapter 6: Ethical Issues
- Chapter 7: Historical Investigation
Part 2: Case Studies
- Chapter 8: Tutankhamun's Tomb
- Chapter 9: Homer and the Trojan War
- Chapter 10: Ancient Human Remains
- Chapter 11: Skara Brae
Part 3: Studies in Ancient Societies, Sites and Sources
- Chapter 12: Deir el-Medina
- Chapter 13: Thera
- Chapter 14: Greek Drama
- Chapter 15: The Celts in Europe
- Chapter 16: The City of Rome in the Late Republic
- Chapter 17: Alexandria
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Product Type||Student Books,|
|Year Level||Year 11,|
|Author(s)||Toni Hurley; Phillipa Medcalf; Christine Murray; Jan Rolph|
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