Encyclopedia of the Ancient World

Item #: 16701 
Available: 110.00

Jane Bingham

ISBN: 9780794511418

From daily life to royalty, this encyclopedia explores the ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Over 400 pages of full-color illustrated text and details.


This lavishly illustrated encyclopedia follows the dramatic history of the world's early civilizations, from the first farmers of the Middle East to the rise of mighty empires in Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Stunning photographs and detailed reconstructions create and vivid picture of life in the ancient world, while the comprehensive factfinders include a time chart, who's who, and lots more about gods and goddesses, mythology and details of recent archaeological finds.

Enter the ancient world and discover:

  • How writing first developed
  • Why Julius Caesar was murdered
  • What was the story of the Trojan Horse
  • How a woman became an Egyptian pharoah

Ancient History and Literature is a one-year curriculum for high school that integrates history, English, and Bible (3 full-year credits).

Throughout the year, our pre-planned lessons guide the student through the entire Old Testament, while applying its truths to their lives with insightful questions and discussions.

Students develop composition skills and analyze literary classics from a Christian perspective with invigorating vocabulary, grammar, and critical thinking questions.

My Father's World believes Ancient History and Literature is critical to a biblical scope and sequence, integrating Old Testament readings with the study of ancient cultures and literature.