Excerpt from A Student's Study-Guide in Ancient History: A Combination of Outlines, Map Work and Questions to Aid in Visualizing, Understanding and Remembering the Important Facts of Ancient History, and in Grasping a Sense of the Modern World's Debt to the Peoples of Ancient Times
The book contains thirty-seven outline maps. These the student should use to fix the historical geography of Ancient History. Map work of this sort is demanded today. It will help fix the subject in a way which cannot possibly be done even by continual reference to the maps in the textbook. It aids greatly in quickly fixing the spelling of the many unfamiliar names which the student encounters, creates a more vivid picture of the geography of Ancient History, and gives a clearer understanding of causes than could otherwise be gained.
Side by side with the maps are questions which rivet attention upon the essentials - the leading men and the political, commercial and intellectual growth of the various periods. These questions are based on the outline given in the early part of the book. To answer them the student must read.
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