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Chronology of World History by Time-Life Booksbook 0
The Human Dawn by Time-Life Booksbook 1
The Age of God-Kings: TimeFrame 3000-1500 BC by Stephen G. Hyslopbook 1.2
Barbarian Tides: TimeFrame 1500-600 BC by Time-Life Booksbook 2
A Soaring Spirit: TimeFrame 600-400 BC by Time-Life Booksbook 3
Empires Ascendant: TimeFrame 400 BC-AD 200 by Time-Life Booksbook 4
Empires Besieged: TimeFrame AD 200-600 by Time-Life Booksbook 5
The March of Islam: TimeFrame AD 600-800 by Time-Life Booksbook 6
Fury of the Northmen: TimeFrame AD 800-1000 by Time-Life Booksbook 7
Light in the East: TimeFrame AD 1000-1100 by Time-Life Booksbook 8
The Divine Campaigns: TimeFrame AD 1100-1200 by Time-Life Booksbook 9
The Mongol Conquests: TimeFrame AD 1200-1300 by Time-Life Booksbook 10
The Age of Calamity: TimeFrame AD 1300-1400 by Time-Life Booksbook 11
Voyages of Discovery: TimeFrame AD 1400-1500 by Time-Life Booksbook 12
The European Emergence: TimeFrame AD 1500-1600 by Time-Life Booksbook 13
The Powers of the Crown: TimeFrame AD 1600-1700 by Time-Life Booksbook 14
Winds of Revolution: TimeFrame AD 1700-1800 by Time-Life Booksbook 15
Den industrielle revolusjon : 1800-1850 by Gyldendalbook 16
Colonial Overlords: TimeFrame AD 1850-1900 by Time-Life Booksbook 17
The World in Arms: TimeFrame AD 1900-1925 (Time Frame) by Time-Life Booksbook 18
Shadow of the Dictators: TimeFrame AD 1925-1950 by Editors of Time-Life Booksbook 19
The Nuclear Age: TimeFrame AD 1950-1990 by Time-Life Booksbook 20
The Enterprise of War: TimeFrame by Time-Life Booksbook 21
The Domestic World: TimeFrame by Time-Life Booksbook 22
The Natural World: TimeFrame by Time-Life Booksbook 23
The Rise of Cities: TimeFrame by Time-Life Booksbook 24

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  1. The Pulse of Enterprise: TimeFrame AD 1800-1850 by George Constable (1990)
  2. Egypt: Land of the Pharaohs by Dale M. Brown (1992)
  3. What Life Was Like When Longships Sailed: Vikings AD 800-1100 by Time-Life Books (1998)
  4. Great Ages of Man: Rise of Russia by Robert Wallace (1966)
  5. Feats and Wisdom of the Ancients (Library of Curious and Unusual Facts) by George Constable (1990)
  6. The Northmen by Thomas Froncek (1973)
  7. Spies, Scouts, and Raiders: Irregular Operations by William C. Davis (1985)
  8. The Illustrated History of the World 04: The Age of Diverging Traditions by J. M. Roberts (1981)
  9. Earthquake by Bryce S. Walker (1982)
    Same series: Storm (Planet Earth)
  10. The Old West: The Frontiersmen by Time-Life Books (1976)
  11. Rome and Her Enemies: An Empire Created and Destroyed by War by Jane Penrose (2005)
  12. The rise and rule of Tamerlane by Beatrice Forbes Manz (1989)
  13. The Rise and Fall of the Second Largest Empire in History: How Genghis Khan's Mongols Almost Conquered the World by Thomas J. Craughwell (2010)
  14. The Domesday Book: England's Heritage, Then & Now by Thomas Hinde (1985)
  15. Castles of Steel: Britain, Germany, and the Winning of the Great War at Sea by Robert K. Massie (2001)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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