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A Little History of the World: Gombrich, E. H./ Mustill, Caroline (TRN): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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A Little History of the World
A Little History of the World
出版社 : Yale Univ Pr
出版日期 : 2008/10
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780300143324

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書籍簡介
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A14200000
Place of Publication: United States
Table of Contents
 
Preface                                            xv
    Once Upon a Time                               1  (4)
      The past and memory
      Before there were any people
      Dragon like creatures
      Earth without life
      Sun without earth
      What is history?
    The Greatest Inventors Of All Time             5  (5)
      The Heidelberg jaw
      Neanderthal man
      Prehistory
      Fire
      Tools
      Cavemen
      Language
      Painting
      Making magic
      The Ice Age and the Early Stone Age
      Pile dwellings
      The Bronze Age
      People like you and me
    The Land By The Nile                           10 (7)
      King Menes
      Egypt
      A hymn to the Nile
      Pharaohs
      Pyramids
      The religion of the ancient Egyptians
      The Sphinx
      Hieroglyphs Papyrus
      Revolution in the old kingdom
      Akhenaton's reforms
    Sunday, Monday                                 17 (7)
      Mesopotamia today
      The burial sites at Ur
      Clay tablets and cuneiform script
      Hamurabi's laws
      Star worship
      The origin of the days of the week
      The Tower of Babel
      Nebuchadnezzar
    The One And Only God                           24 (5)
      Palestine
      Abraham of Ur
      The Flood
      Moses' bondage in Egypt and the year of
      the departure from Egypt
      Saul, David, Solomon
      The division of the kingdom
      The destruction of Israel
      The prophets speak
      The Babylonian Captivity
      The Return
      The Old Testament and faith in the Messiah
    IC-A-N-R-E-A-D                                 29 (2)
      Writing with the alphabet
      The Phoenicians and their trading posts
    Heroes And Their Weapons                       31 (6)
      The songs of Homer
      Schliemann's excavations
      Sea
      raider kings
      Crete and the labyrinth
      The Dorian migration
      The songs of the heroes
      Greek tribes and their colonies
    An Unequal Struggle                            37 (7)
      The Persians and their faith
      Cyrus conquers Babylon
      Cambyses in Egypt
      Darius's empire
      The Ionian revolt
      The first punitive Expendition
      The second Punitive Expendition and the
      Battle of Marathon
      Xerxes' campaign
      Thermopylae
      The Battle of Salamis
    Two Small Cities In One Small Land             44 (7)
      The Olympic Games
      The Delphic Oracle
      Sparta and Spartan education
      Athens
      Draco and Solon
      The People's Assembly and tyrants
      The time of Pericles
      Philosophy
      Sculpture and painting
      Architecture
      Theatre
    The Enlightened One And His Land               51 (6)
      India
      Mohenjo-Daro, a city from the time of Ur
      The Indian migrations
      Indo-European languages
      Castes
      Brahma and the transmigration of souls
      `This is you'
      Prince Gautama
      The Enlightenment
      Release from suffering
      Nirvana
      The followers of the Buddha
    A Great Teacher Of A Great People              57 (5)
      China in the time before Christ
      The emperor of China and the princes
      The meaning of Chinese writing
      Confucius
      The importance of practices and customs
      The family
      Ruler and subject
      Lao-tzu
      The Tao
    The Greatest Adventure Of All                  62 (11)
      The Peloponnesian War
      The Delphic War
      Philip of Macedon
      The Battle of Chaeronea
      The decline of the Persian empire
      Alexander the Great
      The destruction of Thebes
      Aristotle and his knowledge
      Diogenes
      The conquest of Asia Minor
      The Gordion Knot
      The Battle of Issus
      The conquest of Tyre and the conquest of
      Egypt
      Alexandria
      The Battle of Gaugamela
      The Indian expedition
      Porus
      Alexander, ruler of the Orient
      Alexander's death and his successors
      Hellenism
      The library of Alexandria
    New Wars And New Warriors                      73 (7)
      Italy
      Rome and the myth of Rome's foundation
      Class warfare
      The twelve tablets of the law
      The Roman character
      Rome's capture by the Gauls
      The conquest of Italy
      Pyrrhus
      Carthage
      The First Punic War
      Hannibal
      Crossing the Alps
      Quintus Fabius Maximus
      Cannae
      The last call to arms
      Scipio's victory over Hannibal
      The conquest of Greece
      Cato
      The destruction of Carthage
    An Enemy Of History                            80 (3)
      The Emperor Shih Huang-ti of Ch'in
      The burning of the books
      The princes of Ch'in and the naming of
      China
      The Great Wall of China
      The Han ruling family
      Learned officials
    Rulers Of The Western World                    83 (9)
      Roman provinces
      Roads and aqueducts
      Legions
      The two Gracchi
      Bread and circuses
      Marius
      The Cimbri and the Teutones
      Sulla
      Gladiators
      Julius Caesar
      The Gallic Wars
      Victory in the civil war
      Cleopatra
      The reform of the calendar
      Caesar's murder
      Augustus and the empire
      The arts
    The Good News                                  92 (5)
      Jesus Christ
      The teaching of the Apostle Paul
      The Cross
      Paul preaching to the Corinthians
      The cult of the emperor
      Nero
      Rome burns
      The first Christian persecutions
      The catacombs
      Titus destroys Jerusalem
      The dispersal of the Jews
    Life In The Empire And At Its Frontiers        97 (7)
      Tenements and villas
      Therms
      The Colosseum
      The Germans
      Arminius and the battle in Teutoburg
      forest
      The Limes
      Soldiers and their gods
      Trajan's expeditions in Dacia
      Marcus Aurelius's battles near Vienna
      Warrior-emperors
      The decline of Italy
      The spread of Christianity
      Diocletian's reforms
      The last Christian persecution
      Constantine
      The founding of Constantinople
      The division of the empire
      Christianity becomes the religion of the
      state
    The Storm                                      104(6)
      The Huns
      The Visigoths
      The Migrations
      Attila
      Leo the Great
      Romulus Augustulus
      Odoacer and the end of antiquity
      The Ostrogoths and Theodoric
      Ravenna
      Justinian
      The Pandects of Justinian and the Agia
      Sophia
      The end of the Goths
      The Lombards
    The Starry Night Begins                        110(5)
      `The Dark Ages'?
      Belief and superstition
      Stylites
      Benedictines
      Preserving the inheritance of antiquity
      The importance of the northern monasteries
      Clovis's baptism
      The role of the clergy in the Merovingian
      kingdom
      Boniface
    There Is No God But Allah, And Muhammad Is     115(8)
    His Prophet
      The Arabian desert
      Mecca and the Kaaba
      Muhammad's background and life
      Persecution and flight
      Medina
      The battle with Mecca
      The last sermon
      The conquests of Palestine, Persia and
      Egypt
      The burning of the Alexandrian library
      The siege of Constantinople
      The conquests of North Africa and Spain
      The battles of Tours and Poitiers
      Arab culture
      Arabic numerals
    A Conqueror Who Knows How To Rule              123(7)
      The Merovingians and their stewards
      The kingdom of the Franks
      Charlemagne's battles in Gaul, Italy and
      Spain
      The Avars
      Battles with the Saxons
      The Heldenlieder
      The crowning of the emperor
      Harun al-Rashid's ambassadors
      The division and decline of the
      Carolingian empire
      Svatopluk
      The Vikings
      The kingdoms of the Normans
    A Struggle To Become Lord Of Christendom       130(7)
      East and West in Carolingian times
      The blossoming of culture in China
      The Magyar invasion
      King Henry
      Otto the Great
      Austria and the Babenbergs
      Feudalism and serfdom
      Hugh Capet
      The Danes in England
      Religious appointments
      The Investiture Controversy
      Gregory VII and Henry IV
      Canossa
      Robert Guiscard and William the Conqueror
    Chivalrous Knights                             137(7)
      Horsemen and knights
      Castles
      Bondsmen
      From noble youth to knight: page, squire,
      dubbing
      A knight's duties
      Minstrelsy
      Tournaments
      Chivalrous poetry
      The Song of the Nibelungen
      The First Crusade
      Godfrey of Bouillon and the conquest of
      Jerusalem
      The significance of the crusades
    Emperors In The Age Of Chivalry                144(12)
      Frederick Barbarossa
      Barter and the money-based economy
      Italian towns
      The empire
      The resistance and defeat of Milan
      The dubbing feast at Mainz
      The Third Crusade
      Frederick II
      Guelphs and Ghibellines
      Innocent III
      The Magna Carta
      Sicily's rulers
      The end of the Honestaufens
      Ghengis Khan and the Mongol invasion
      The lack of an emperor and `fist-law'
      The Kyffhauser legend
      Rudolf of Habsburg
      Victory over Otakar
      The power of the House of Habsburg is
      established
    Cities and Citizens                            156(7)
      Markets and towns
      Merchants friars and penitential priests
      The persecution of Jews and heretics
      The Babylonian Captivity of the popes
      The Hundred Years War with England
      Joan of Arc
      Life at court
      Universities
      Charles IV and Rudolf the Founder
    A New Age                                      163(9)
      The burghers of Florence
      Humanism
      The rebirth of antiquity
      The flowring of art
      Leonardo da Vinci
      The Medici
      Renaissance popes
      New ideas in Germany
      The art of printing Gunpowder
      The downfall of Charles the Bold
      Maximilian, the Last Knight
      Mercenaries
      Fighting in Italy
      Maximilian and Durer
    A New World                                    172(8)
      The compass
      Spain and the conquest of Granada
      Columbus and Isabella
      The discovery of America
      The modern era
      Columbus's fate
      The conquistadores
      Hernando Cortez
      Mexico
      The fall of Montezuma
      The Portuguese in India
    A New Faith                                    180(7)
      The building of the Church of St Peter
      Luther's theses
      Luther's forerunner, Hus
      The burning of the papal bull
      Charles V and his empire
      The sack of Rome
      The Diet of Worms
      Luther at the Wartburg
      The translation of the Bible
      Zwingli
      Calvin
      Henry VIII
      Turkish conquests
      The division of the empire
    The Church At War                              187(6)
      Ignatius of Loyola
      The Council of Trent
      The Counter Reformation
      The St Bartholomew's Day Massacre
      Philip of Spain
      The Battle of Lepanto
      The revolt of the Low Countries
      Elizabeth of England
      Mary Stuart
      The sinking of the Armada
      English trading posts in America
      The East India Companies
      The beginnings of the British empire
    Terrible Times                                 193(7)
      The Defenestration of Prague
      The Thirty Years War
      Gustavus Adolphus
      Wallenstein
      The Peace of Westphalia
      The devastation of Germany
      The persecution of witches
      The birth of a scientific understanding
      of the world
      Nature's laws
      Galileo and his trial
    An Unlucky King And A Lucky King               200(6)
      The Stuart King, Charles I
      Cromwell and the Puritans
      The rise of England
      The year of the Glorious Revolution
      France's prosperity
      Richelieu's policies
      Mazarin
      Louis XIV
      A king's lever Versailles
      Sources of the government's wealth
      The peasants misery
      Predatory wars
    Meanwhile, Looking Eastwards                   206(7)
      Turkish conquests
      Insurrection in Hungary
      The siege of Vienna Jan Sobieski and the
      relief of Vienna
      Prince Eugene
      Ivan the Terrible
      Peter the Great
      The foudning of St Petersburg
      Charles XII of Sweden
      The race to stralsund
      The expansion of Russian might
    A Truly New Age                                213(7)
      The Enlightenment
      Tolerance, reason and humanity
      Critique of the Enlighenment
      The rise of Prussia
      Frederick the Great
      Maria TAheresa T
      The Prussan army
      The Grand Coalition
      The Seven Years War
      Joseph II
      The aboliton of serfdom
      Overhasty reforms
      The American War of Independence
      Benjamin Franklin
      Human rights and negro slaves
    A Very Violent Revolution                      220(7)
      Chaterine the Great
      Louis XV and Lius XVI
      Life at court
      Jusitce and the landowning nobility
      The Rococo
      Marie Antoinette
      The convoction
      of the Estates
      General
      The stroming of the Bastille
      The sovereignty of teh people
      The National Assembly
      The Jacobins
      The guillotine and the Revolutionary
      Tribunal
      Danton
      Robespierre
      The Reignof Terror
      The sentencing of the king
      The foreginers defeated
      Reason
      The Directory
      Neighbouriongrepublics
    The last Conqueror                             227(13)
      Napoleon in Corsica
      To Paris
      The siege of Toulon
      The conquest of Italy
      The Egyptian expedition
      The coup d'etat
      The cvonsualte and teh Code Napolean
      Emporer of the French
      Victory at Austeritz
      The end of the Holy Roman Empire of the
      German Nation
      Francis I
      The Continental System
      Victory over Russia
      Spain and the War of Spanish Resistance
      Aspern and Wagram
      The German Uprising
      The Grande Arme
      The retreat from Moscow
      The Battle of Leipzig
      The Congress of Vienna Napoleon's return
      form Elba
      Waterloo
      St Helena
    Men and Machines                               240(8)
      The Biedermeier era
      Steam engines, steamships, locomotives,
      the telegraph
      Spining machines and Mechanical looms
      Coal and iron
      Luddites
      Socialist ideas
      Marx and his theory of class war
      Libveralism
      The revolutions of 1830 and 1848
    Across teh Seas                                248(7)
      China before 1800
      The opium war
      The Taiping rebellion
      China's submission
      Japan in 1850
      Revolution in support of the Midado
      Japan's modernisation with foreign
      assistance
      America after 1776
      The slace states
      The North
      Abraham Lincoln
      The Civil War
    Two New States in Europe                       255(9)
      Europe after 1848
      The Emperor Franz josef and Austria
      The German Condfederation
      France under Napoleor III
      Russia Spain's decline
      The liberation of the poeoples of the
      Balkans
      The fight for Constantinople
      The kingdom of Sardinia
      Cavour
      Garibaldi
      Bismarck
      The reform opf the army in deface of the
      constituion
      The Battle of Koniggraz
      Sedan
      The founding of the German Empire
      The Paris Commune
      Bismarck's social reforms
      Dismissal of the Iron Chancellor
    Divding Up the World                           264(9)
      Industry
      Markets and sources of raw materials
      Britain and France
      The Russo-Jaopanese War
      Italy and Germany
      The race to mobilize
      Austria and teh East
      The outbreak of the First World War
      New weapons
      Revolution in Russia
      The American interrvention
      The terms of peace
      Scientific advance
      End
    The Small Par of The History of the World      273
    Which I Have Lived Through Myself: Looking
    Back
      The growth of the world's population
      The defeat of teh central
      Erupean powrs during the First World War
      The incitement of the masses
      The disappearnce of tolerance from
      political life in Germany, Italy, Japan
      and Soviet Russia
      Economic crisis and the Outbreak of the
      Second World War
      Propaganda and reality
      The murder of the Jews
      The atomic bomb
      The blessings of science
      The collapse of the Communist system
      International aid eforts as a reason for
      hope
 

In 1935, with a doctorate in art history and no prospect of a job, the 26-year-old Ernst Gombrich was invited to attempt a history of the world for younger readers. Amazingly, he completed the task in an intense six weeks, and "Eine kurze Weltgeschichte fur junge Leser" was published in Vienna to immediate success, and is now available in twenty-five languages across the world. In forty concise chapters, Gombrich tells the story of man from the stone age to the atomic bomb. In between emerges a colourful picture of wars and conquests, grand works of art, and the spread and limitations of science. This is a text dominated not by dates and facts, but by the sweep of mankind's experience across the centuries, a guide to humanity's achievements and an acute witness to its frailties.The product of a generous and humane sensibility, this timeless account makes intelligible the full span of human history.
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