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European History of Centuries

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Old-fashioned time, European society and culture, The great age of monarchy, 1648–1789, The Renaissance, Greeks, Romans, and barbarians. History and Culture Information and Travel Guide.  Vacation packages Book store. History of Europe, Europe, Europe history, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Central Europe, Europe Information eBook, European economy. Introducing History of Europe Book, is of excelling the information of ages and almost the world environment, it is believed that the civilization of the world largely linked to Europe, therefore the importance of studying this history from the History of Europe Book, adds a great knowledge to your awareness. Overview. History of Europe, history of European peoples and cultures from prehistoric times to the present. Europe is a more ambiguous term than most geographic expressions. Its etymology is doubtful, as is the physical extent of the area it designates. Its Western frontiers seem clearly defined by its coastline, yet the position of the British Isles remains equivocal. To outsiders, they seem clearly part of Europe. To many British and some Irish people, however, “Europe” means essentially continental Europe. To the south, Europe ends on the northern shores of the Mediterranean Sea. Yet, to the Roman Empire, this was mare nostrum (“our sea”), an inland sea rather than a frontier. Even now, some question whether Malta or Cyprus is a European island. The greatest uncertainty lies to the east, where natural frontiers are notoriously elusive. If the Ural Mountains mark the Eastern boundary of Europe, where does it lie to the south of them? Can Astrakhan, for instance, be regarded as European? The questions have more than merely geographic significance.