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    The foundations of Western civilization. Part 1 of 4 [sound recording] / Thomas F.X. Noble.
    Chantilly, VA : Teaching Co., p2002.
    Great courses (Compact disc)
    6 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (72 p. ; 22 cm.)
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    Lecturer: Thomas F.X. Noble, Univ. of Norte Dame.
    Compact discs.
    Lecture 1. "Western," "Civilization," and "Foundations" -- Lecture 2. History Begins at Sumer -- Lecture 3. Egypt, the gift of the Nile -- Lecture 4. The Hebrews, small states and big ideas -- Lecture 5. A succession of empires -- Lecture 6. Wide-ruling Agamemnon -- Lecture 7. Dark Age and archaic Greece -- Lecture 8. The Greek Polis, Sparta -- Lecture 9. The Greek Polis, Athens -- Lecture 10. Civic culture, architecture and drama -- Lecture 11. The birth of history -- Lecture 12. From Greek religion to Socratic philosophy.
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    Noble, Thomas F. X.
    Teaching Company.
    This course of 48 lectures explores the essential contours of the human experience in what has come to be called "Western civilization." From its humble beginnings in the ancient Near East to the dawn of the modern world, these presentations cover developments from about 3000 B.C. to A.D. 1600.
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    Willits LibraryBooks On CdBOCD 909 NOBLEChecked out12/04/2014

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