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CLEP* Western Civilization I - Ancient Near East to 1648
Everything you need to pass the exam and get the college credits you deserve.
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The CLEP* Western Civilization I test prep assesses the skills tested on the official CLEP* exam. Our comprehensive review chapters cover the age-old Near East kingdoms through Ancient Greece and Rome, up to the Middle Ages and early Modern Europe of 1648.
The book includes two full-length practice tests. Each exam comes with detailed feedback on every question. We don't just say which answers are right-we explain why the other answer choices are wrong-so you can identify your strengths and weaknesses while building your skills.
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About the Author
Robert Ziomkowski, Ph.D., teaches at Ithaca College, Ithaca, N.Y. and received a postdoctoral degree at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies at the University of Toronto in 2002. He earned his doctorate in history from Cornell University in 2000. In 2002-2003, Dr. Ziomkowski curated an exhibition of Cornell's medieval manuscripts and published an online version, From Manuscript to Print: The Evolution of the Medieval Book. Dr. Ziomkowski's teaching repertoire spans Western Civilization, Medieval History, Ancient History, Science in the Western Tradition, and Paleography.