Table of contents for Encyclopedia of society and culture in the ancient world / Peter Bogucki, editor in chief.

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CONTENTS
List of Illustrations
List of Maps
List of Primary Source Documents
Preface
Introduction
Volume I
adornment 
agriculture 
architecture 
art 
astronomy 
borders and frontiers
building techniques and materials
calendars and clocks 
ceramics and pottery
children
cities 
climate and geography 
clothing and footwear
Volume II
crafts 
crime and punishment
death/burial practices 
drama and theater 
economy 
education
empires and dynasties, rise and fall of
employment and labor 
exploration
family 
festivals 
food and diet 
foreigners and barbarians 
gender structures and roles 
government organization
health/disease 
household goods 
illumination
Volume III
inventions
language 
laws and legal codes
literature 
migration/population movements 
military 
money and coinage
music 
natural disasters
natural resources: industries and exploitation 
nomadic and pastoral societies 
numbers and counting
pandemics and epidemics
religion and cosmology 
resistance and dissent
roads and bridges 
sacred sites 
Volume IV
scandals and corruption
science
seafaring and navigation
settlement patterns
ships and shipbuilding 
slaves and slavery
social organization and stratification
social collapse and abandonment
sports and recreation 
storage and preservation 
textiles and needlework 
towns and villages
trade and exchange
transportation 
war and conquest
weights and measures
weaponry and armor
writing
Glossary
Chronology by Region
Bibliography
Contributors
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Civilization, Ancient -- Encyclopedias.