- More than 8,500 primary and secondary sources, including selections from the Code of Hammurabi, the Edict of Milan, and Marcus Aurelius’s The Meditations
- More than 1,500 biographies of important figures such as Alexander the Great, Confucius, William the Conqueror and Eleanor of Aquitaine
- Era Stories, such as Athens and Sparta, Alexander's Legacy, The Mongol Empire, and The Black Death
- An "Analyze" section that prompts inquisitive critical thinking by presenting intriguing questions
- Regularly updated feature stories that draw connections between the history being made today and its ancient and medieval origins
Enhance Understanding with Primary Sources
Created in collaboration with prominent historians, World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras goes beyond the facts with tools and resources to help students develop a deeper understanding of history and learn how to relate the events of the distant past to the ongoing development of human history.
Overviews and activities are enhanced with thousands of authoritative primary and secondary sources, in-depth explorations, and profiles of city-states, countries, and regions of the ancient world. Available in both academic and school versions, the database offers worldwide perspectives on topics ranging beyond Western civilization to ancient Africa, the Islamic world, and the East.