The rise and fall of civilizations book

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the rise and fall of civilizations book

Lost Star of Myth and Time: The Rise and Fall of Civilizations | Ancient Origins

The Rise and Fall of Civilizations is a sequel to The Light of Civilization, the most monumental study of the history of civilizations for several generations, where Nicholas Hagger describes religion as the basis for civilization rather than one element in its cultural expression. Here, he outlines the patterns of the civilizations themselves, providing a unique interpret. Here, he outlines the patterns of the civilizations themselves, providing a unique interpretation of the dynamics of their origin, rise and collapse, and how one civilization leads into the next. Essential reading for students of history, it will interest all seeking to understand historical patterns and where our civilization is headed today. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving….
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The Rise and Fall of Civilizations

The Rise and Fall of Civilizations is a sequel to The Light of Civilization, the most monumental study of the history of civilizations for several generations, where Nicholas Hagger describes religion as the basis for civilization rather than one element in its cultural expression. Here, he outlines the patterns of the civilizations themselves, providing a unique interpretation of the dynamics of their origin, rise and collapse, and how one civilization leads into the next. Essential reading for students of history, it will interest all seeking to understand historical patterns and where our civilization is headed today. He has spent twenty-five years researching for this book. Praise for The Light of Civilization: An extraordinary book.

The Arab and Chinese civilizations, for example, are believed to have held up relatively well while many European cities succumbed to the worst of the Dark Ages. Some of the ancient Greek and Roman knowledge that was lost after the burning of the Alexandria Library and in the subsequent Dark Ages did survive under Arab protection, and when combined with their own knowledge, helped these people move ahead of Europe in the early phase of the recovery or Renaissance period. One of the more advanced Emirates, Al-Andalus in Spain, was an oasis of religious tolerance at this time, credited by some with keeping civilization alive during the later Dark Ages. But was this a cultural high age? Compared to much of the West, yes. Many parts of the Islamic world as well as China and India did seem to fare better than Europe. But the trend, compared to their own ancient ancestors, was the same: a very long period of decline.

Released on February 8, , the expansion adds new features, civilizations, and leaders. The focus of the Rise and Fall expansion is to add mechanics that emulate the potential for civilization 's rise then collapse due to a number of factors. The player will be challenged in how they deal with these turns in their civilization. The expansion introduces global eras, triggered when any of the competing civilizations reaches the required milestones. All civilizations are evaluated for their Era Score at this point based on various advancement goals, including achieving certain Historic Moments such as circumnavigating the globe for the first time. In a Golden Age, populations of cities are more loyal to their leader, improving their production.

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