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La storia. 1: Dalla preistoria all'antico Egitto by Paolo Matthiae1
La ||Grecia e il mondo ellenistico [La Storia, volume secondo] by Peter Levi2
3: Roma: dalle origini ad Augusto by Aurelio Bernardi3
La storia 4. Dall'impero romano a Carlo Magno by aa.vv.4
La storia 5. Dall'impero di Carlo Magno al Trecento by aa.vv.5
La storia 6. Dalla crisi del Trecento all'espansione europea by aa.vv.6
La storia 7. Il Cinquecento: la nascita del mondo moderno by aa.vv.7
La storia 8. Il Seicento: l'età dell'assolutismo by aa.vv.8
La storia 9. Il Settecento: l'età dei Lumi by aa.vv.9
La storia 10. Dalle grandi rivoluzioni alla Restaurazione by aa.vv.10
La storia - 11: Risorgimento e rivoluzioni nazionali by aa.vv.11
La storia 12. L'età dell'imperialismo e la prima guerra mondiale by aa.vv.12
La storia - 13: L'età dei totalitarismi e la seconda guerra mondiale by aa.vv.13
La storia 14. Dalla guerra fredda alla dissoluzione dell'URSS by aa.vv.14
La storia. 15: Il mondo oggi ; Indice dei nomi by aa.vv.15
La storia 16. Cronologia universale16

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