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Spontaneously, developed out of the stage before principle which every scholar must stage of civilization but it. grows This is lay firm hold or is the great of, if he intends to understand either the world he lives in or the history of the past. Let us now see how this bears on the MAX, ANCIENT AND MODERN. ] 21 and early condition of mankind. The monuments of Egypt and Babylonia show that toward 5,000 years ago certain nations had alreatly come to an advanced state of antiquity No culture. doubt the greater part of the earth was then it remained afterwards.

It discerned which prevailed before and miscellaneous invention, appears that brings the the Egyjitian hieroglyphics, with their pictures of ; men and their condition pyramids are burial-mounds Egyptian historic a jest astronomy and yet remaining mazed In the midst of their most astrology. of cultivating ; civilization, at the earliest dates into view, had already reached a Thus it where history level which can only be accounted for by growth during a long proe-historic period. This result agrees with the conclusions already by the study of races and language.

Reaches back, shows give many arts, sciences, instances of a fact so familiar, the history of parliamentary government begins with the old-world councils of the chiefs and tumultuous assemblies of the whole people. history of medicine goes back to the times when epilepsy " seizure " (Greek, epilepsis) was thought to be really the or The demon act of a O-ir object here seizing is to get and convulsing the patient. But beyond such ordinary information of the history books, and to judge what stages civilization Here one valuable passed through in times yet earlier.

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