• Title: The Cambridge Ancient History, Volume 12: Crisis of Empire, A.D. 193-337
  • Author: I.E.S. Edwards
  • ISBN: 9780521850735
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Cambridge Ancient History Volume Crisis of Empire A D The Cambridge Ancient History series is a comprehensive account of ancient history spanning Prehistory to Late Antiquity published by the Cambridge University Press The first edition consisting of
    The Cambridge Ancient History series is a comprehensive account of ancient history, spanning Prehistory to Late Antiquity, published by the Cambridge University Press.The first edition, consisting of twelve volumes, was planned by J B Bury, and published between 1924 and 1939 It proved to be successful and popular, both with scholars and the interested public.Between 19The Cambridge Ancient History series is a comprehensive account of ancient history, spanning Prehistory to Late Antiquity, published by the Cambridge University Press.The first edition, consisting of twelve volumes, was planned by J B Bury, and published between 1924 and 1939 It proved to be successful and popular, both with scholars and the interested public.Between 1970 and 2005 a second edition of the series, of fourteen volumes and nineteen books was produced This new edition was extensively revised and rewritten so as to take account of the vast amount of new material and research that had come about in the intervening decades There are also two additional volumes that carry the history forward from Constantine to A.D 600.This is the complete edition, of fourteen volumes in nineteen books, published in one box set.

    One Reply to “The Cambridge Ancient History, Volume 12: Crisis of Empire, A.D. 193-337”

    1. I found this in the public library of Caldwell, Idaho. Why a library this town of 14,000 population and a agricultural hub would have this item has always mystified me. But, I found it a treasure. It is the definitive work on ancient history. It took me two years to read but it was well worth it.

    2. It is perhaps worth noting what this book is, as a 19-volume collection totalling over 16,000 pages of dense material is not a project worth embarking on unless it suits. That is to say, this is a 5-star work for what it sets out to be, but can never be a 5-star work in many other ways.The Cambridge Ancient History is part of a larger series, completed by The Cambridge Medieval History and The Cambridge Modern History that tell the story of Europe (and, in some cases, further afield) from geolog [...]

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