Babylon Is Everywhere: The City as Man's Fate

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INDEX
Aachen, 178
Abel, 31, 133
Acapulco, 290
Achilles, 39-40
Actium, battle of, 125
Aden, 290
Adenauer, Konrad, 266
Adriatic Sea, 119
Aeneas, 40, 133
Aeschylus, 103, 119
Afghanistan, 122, 175
Africa, 30, 34, 115, 160, 229, 308
Agamemnon, 100
Agathocles of Syracuse, 130
Agriculture, 25-31, 56, 180, 272, 309
316; tools for, 27-8
Agrigentum, 117, 134
Agrippina, 145
Airport, 301
Air-raid shelters, 336
Aix-la-Chapelle, see Aachen
Akkad, 43, 63
Akhet-Aten, 51-2, 57, 58, 73, 104, 165, 351
Aksakov, Ivan, 241
Aksum, 291
Al-Mansur, Caliph, 163
Al-Mutasim, Caliph, 165
Al-Mutawakkih, Caliph, 166
Alaric the Visigoth, 113, 151
Alberobello, 289
Alcibiades, 104
Alessandro, Duke of Florence, 203
Alexander VI, Pope, 198, 208
Alexander the Great, 40, 53-4, 79-81, 97 112, 121-3, 175, 221, 341, 375
Alexandria, 48, 65, 105, 121-5, 137, 150, 165, 191, 221, 256, 326, 345, 348; rise of, 121; population, 122, 137; Jewish community in, 122; trade in, 122-5; science in, 123, 125; decline of, 125; plan of 346-7
Allahabad291
Alps, 131, 326
Amazon river, 285
Amenophis IV, see Ikhnaton
America, Central, 268 ff., 285; South, 268 ff., 285, 308. See also United States
Amiens, 291
Amon, 51
Amsterdam, 189, 193, 299, 339, 358
Anau, 54, 58
Anaxagoras, 108
Angarsk, 17
Angkor, 167
Animals, training of, 26, 232
Antigua, 210
Antioch, 147, 191, 347
Antofagasta, 286
Antony, Marc, 124-5, 137
Antony and Cleopatra ( Shakespeare), 124-5
Antwerp, 165
Anyang, 57
Appenzell, 109
Arabian Nights, The,164, 175
Arabs, 117, 120, 125, 161, 163, 206-7
Archimedes, 120, 123
Argos, 100
Ariadne, 94
Ariosto, 198
Aristander, 122
Aristides, Aelius, 146
Aristophanes, 103, 106, 111, 331
Aristotle, 112
Arts and crafts, 45-6, 56, 87, 160, 191-3, 202, 206, 223
Aryans, 57
Ascanius, 40
Asclepius, 289
Ashkabad, 54
Ashurmasirpal II, 84
Asia Minor, 17, 26, 38-9, 115; excavations in, 45-6
Aspasia, 107
"Asphalt literature", 327
Assam, 210
Association of German Family Organisations, 353
Assur, 83, 87, 90
Assurbanipal, 51, 66, 86, 88, 90

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