2 edition of easy and compendious introdvction for reading all sorts of histories found in the catalog.
easy and compendious introdvction for reading all sorts of histories
by Printed for A. & L. Lichfield ..., and are to be sold by Joh. Wilmot, & Joh. Crosley in Oxford
Written in English
|Contributions||Prideaux, John, 1578-1650.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 256, (i.e. 258), , 267 (i.e. 257)-351, , 58,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||351|
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It is all layed out for you and makes it very easy to teach. About every 3 lessons it instructs you to make your memory cards. In Vol I there are 12 specific dates your child should memorize and these get highlighted on the memory cards. In the front of the book there are suggested ways to . Read More: Book 2, The History of Egypt: Herodotus lays out the history of Egypt until the reign of Amasis, the pharaoh that Cambyses will defeat in Histories. Read More: Book 4, The Persian Campaigns Against the Scythians: Darius marches to fight the Scythians. On his way, he erects a series of pillars marking his passage. He fights and.
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OCLC Number: Notes: According to DNB and Madan this work was probably edited by the author's father, John Prideaux. In 3 parts (ecclesiastical history, political history, the history of successions in states, countries, or families), the last 2 of which.
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