The Cambridge Ancient History

@article{WTheCA,
  title={The Cambridge Ancient History},
  author={P. W.},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={112},
  pages={569-570}
}
THE most valuable and scientific part of this work is the first sixth of the volume, by Prof. Myres, which is an elaborate correlation of Tertiary geology, climate, conditions of life, and movements of races. Though the detail might be gleaned elsewhere, the realisation of the manner in which each change conditions others, the presentation of the continuity of this pre-history, and the living sense of the realities of existence, put plainly to the reader the complexities of tracing the history… Expand
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