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History - Ancient to Modern

History - Ancient to Modern
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Amazons: The Real Warrior Women of the Ancient World

Since the time of the ancient Greeks we have been fascinated by accounts of the Amazons, an elusive tribe of hard-fighting, horse-riding female warriors.
R 216,75 R 255,00

Ancient Rome: An Illustrated History

An authoritative account of Ancient Rome, its political and military history, art, architecture and culture, sumptously illustrated throughout with 1000 photographs and reproductions, chronicling the story of the most important and influential civilisation the world has ever known.
R 408,00 R 480,00

A History of Algeria

This book is for students and scholars interested in the history and politics of Algeria, the Middle East, Africa, France and the Mediterranean. It covers five hundred years of history, from the arrival of the Ottomans in 1516 to the aftermath of the Arab uprisings of 2011.
R 411,58 R 484,21

Collective Violence and the Agrarian Origins of South African Apartheid, 1900-1948

This book examines the dark odyssey of official and private collective violence against the rural African population and Africans in general during the two generations before apartheid became the primary justification for the existence of the South African state.
R 391,00 R 460,00

Concentration Camps : A Short History

Dan Stone presents a global history of concentration camps, and considers the importance of these institutions to modern consciousness and identity. Tracing camps from their origins in in early-twentieth century colonial warfare, he discusses their evolution throughout the last century, and the complex questions their use raises.
R 209,91 R 246,95

Complete Illustrated History of Knights & the Golden Age of Chivalry

A magnificient account of medieval knights, their role in feudal Europe, and place in court.
R 169,15 R 199,00

Collective Violence and the Agrarian Origins of South African Apartheid, 1900-1948

This book examines the dark odyssey of official and private collective violence against the rural African population and Africans in general during the two generations before apartheid became the primary justification for the existence of the South African state.
R 1 149,00 R 1 351,76

Cambridge International AS Level History Teacher's Resource CD-ROM

Cambridge International AS Level History is a suite of three books that offer complete coverage of the Cambridge International AS Level History syllabus (code 9389).
R 1 117,75 R 1 315,00

Cape Lives of the Eighteenth Century

Presented in the form of biographies centering on a number of men, women and families varying in status and race, Cape lives of the eighteenth century provides a vivid survey of the Cape of Good Hope at the end of the Dutch period, during a period of rapid and dramatic development and change for the colony.
R 352,75 R 415,00

African Studies: Status and Respectability in the Cape Colony, 1750-1870: A Tragedy of Manners Series Number 98

This compelling 1999 example of the cultural history of South Africa argues that cultural factors were related to high political developments in the colonial Cape. It describes changes in social identity accompanying the transition from Dutch to British overrule, and the development of white racism and of ideologies of resistance.
R 408,00 R 480,00

African Studies: Masters and Servants on the Cape Eastern Frontier, 1760-1803 Series Number 97

This book is about the conquest and reduction to servitude of the Khoisan in the eastern Cape in the period up to 1799. It sheds light on the history of the South African interior during the late eighteenth century, when South Africa's specific variant of social discrimination first evolved.
R 1 320,48 R 1 553,51