Mathematical Geography-1

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I have uploaded three chapters from my second manuscript. The unit from which they are taken is called THE MIRACULOUS REVIVAL OR THE PAINFUL RECOVERY. The topic is the revival of geography in the Middle Ages and the basics of mathematical geography. These three articles can be viewed at https://www.academia.edu/11252943/What_if_the_Earth_is_the_Sphere

https://www.academia.edu/11648843/How_to_Measure_the_Earths_Circumference

https://www.academia.edu/12064184/What_is_the_Size_of_the_Inhabited_World

There is one more article which I intend to upload soon. Another unit about medieval navigation is ready but will have to wait for fine tuning.

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“Dawn and Sunset” press release

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Authorhouse has launched the press release of my maiden book “Dawn and Sunset” (the second edition). It was sent to over 30,000 journalists and bloggers. More info about my book, including an excerpt, author’s commentaries on each unit, and three reviews can be viewed at my site http://www.michaelbaizerman.com/category/media/

Press Release

Michael Baizerman searches for origins of oldest cities on earth

‘Dawn and Sunset’ traces earliest complex societies in Ancient Near East

BAT YAM, Israel – One of the most intriguing puzzles of ancient history is when and where the earliest cities on earth showed up. This question has inspired Michael Baizerman to search for the origin of the oldest cities on earth and thus prompted him to write “Dawn and Sunset.” (published by AuthorHouse UK)

 

This book traces the emergence of one of the earliest complex societies in the Ancient Near East. It follows the development of pristine city communities throughout the IV and the III millennia BCE. It describes their consolidation into early empires and their inevitable decline.

 

“It will appeal to history fans who will find new interpretations of facts and events,” says Baizerman. “It will appeal to history students as well who will be attracted by dramatic style and accurate descriptions”.

 

Written by a layman and addressed to general readers, “Dawn and Sunset” will show that mankind is connected to its roots from the sights and sounds of the Ancient Near East to the image of the rich culture that was one of the predecessors of man’s own civilization.

 

“Dawn and Sunset”

By Michael Baizerman

Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 288 pages | ISBN 9781504936101

Softcover | 6 x 9in | 288 pages | ISBN 9781504936118

E-Book | 288 pages | ISBN 9781504936125

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

 

About the Author

 

Michael Baizerman was born and educated in Moscow, Russia. He moved to Israel 25 years ago and is currently working as a high school teacher of English. History has always been his hobby. He is an amateur historian who publishes articles on popular sites. He is married with a teen daughter.