India and the Western World – H. G. Rawlinson (1916)

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India and the Western World – H. G. Rawlinson (1916)

S$76.00

Title: Intercourse Between India and the Western World, from the Earliest Times to the Fall of Rome

Author: H. G. Rawlinson

Publisher: Cambridge University Press, 1916.

Condition: Hardcover, neatly rebound in cloth. Very good. Slight foxing to edges, pencil inscriptions to ffep and half title page. 196pp, with foldout map of India.

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A very interesting account of the interactions between India and the rest of the world, particularly the Western world, from Babylon to the fall of the Roman Empire.

Contents:

  1. From the Earliest Times to the Fall of Babylon
  2. The Persian Period. Herodotus: Ktesias
  3. The Maurya Empire. Megasthenes.
  4. Greek and Semi-Greek Dynasties of the Panjab.
  5. The Ptolemies
  6. India and the Roman Empire
  7. India and the Roman Empire (continued)
  8. The Effects of the Intercourse Between India and the West