On the Shores of the Great Sea cover

On the Shores of the Great Sea

M. B. Synge (1861-1939)

1. 01 - The Home of Abraham
2. 02 - Into Africa
3. 03 - An Old Trade-Route
4. 04 - Joseph in Egypt
5. 05 - The Story of the Nile Flood
6. 06 - In A Strange Land
7. 07 - The Children of Israel
8. 08 - Back to the Fatherland
9. 09 - The First Merchant Fleet
10. 10 - Conquerors of the Sea
11. 11 - Early Pioneers
12. 12 - Hiram, King of Tyre
13. 13 - King Solomon's Fleet
14. 14 - The Story of Carthage
15. 15 - Out of the Shadowland
16. 16 - The Story of the Argonauts
17. 17 - The Seige of Troy
18. 18 - The Adventures of Ulysses
19. 19 - The Dawn Of History
20. 20 - The Fall Of Tyre
21. 21 - The Rise of Carthage
22. 22 - Hanno's Adventures
23. 23 - Some More about Greece
24. 24 - A Cloud in the East
25. 25 - The Battle of Marathon
26. 26 - King Ahasuerus
27. 27 - How Leonidas Kept the Pass
28. 28 - Victory for the Greeks
29. 29 - Some Greek Colonies
30. 30 - Across the Blue Waters
31. 31 - The Beauty of Athens
32. 32 - The Death of Socrates
33. 33 - Retreat of the Ten Thousand
34. 34 - The Story of Romulus and Remus
35. 35 - How Horatius Kept the Bridge
36. 36 - Coriolanus
37. 37 - Alexander the Great
38. 38 - King of Macedonia
39. 39 - Conquest of the East
40. 40 - The Conquest of India
41. 41 - Alexander's City
42. 42 - Back to Rome Again
43. 43 - A Great Conflict
44. 44 - The Roman Fleet
45. 45 - Hannibal's Vow
46. 46 - The Adventures of Hannibal
47. 47 - The End of Carthage
48. 48 - The Triumph of Rome
49. 49 - Two Young Romans
50. 50 - Julius Caesar
51. 51 - The Flight of Pompey
52. 52 - The Death of Caesar
53. 53 - The Empire of Rome
54. 54 - Pax Romana

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Summary

Book I of the "Story of the World" series. Focuses on the civilizations surrounding the Mediterranean Sea from the time of Abraham to the birth of Christ. Brief histories of the Ancient Israelites, Phoenicians, Egyptians, Scythians, Persians, Greeks, and Romans are given, concluding with the conquest of the entire Mediterranean by Rome. Important myths and legends that preceded recorded history are also related. Ages 9-18