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Macdonald DeWitt Library at SUNY Ulster

Western Civilization I: Home


This guide is designed to help you complete the final assignment for Dr. Nichola Harris's, HIS 101, Western Civilization I

Citation Styles

Suggested Subjects

The Macdonald DeWitt Library has biographies available on the following subjects.  These are just suggestions.  If there is a person you would like to research who is not on this list, we can help you find resources.  Please come to the information desk and a librarian will help you.

  • Akhenaten 

  •  Agrippina the Younger

  • Alexander the Great

  • Alfred the Great

  • Anne Boleyn

  • Caesar Augustus

  • Julius Caesar

  • Caligula

  • Catherine de Medici

  • Charlemagne

  • Cicero

  • Cleopatra VII

  • Constantine the Great

  • Dante

  • Eleanor of Aquitaine

  • Elisabeth of Bohemia

  • Elizabeth I of England

  • Erasmus

  • Francis of Assisi

  • Galen

  • Genghis Khan

  • Hadrian

  • Hannibal

  • Hatshepsut

  • Henry II of England

  • Henry IV of England

  • Henry IV of Germany

  • Henry VI of England

  • Henry VII of England

  • Henry Prince of Wales

  • HIldegard of Bingen

  • Joan of Arc

  • King John of England

  • Khubilai Khan

  • Emperor Justinian

  • Leonardo Da Vinci

  • Maimonedes

  • Marcus Agrippa

  • Marcus Aurelius

  • Mary I of England

  • Mary Queen of Scots

  • Michelangelo

  • Thomas More

  • Nefertiti

  • Nero

  • Pericles of Athens

  • Philip of Macedon

  • Pompey

  • Queen Isabella of England

  • Queen Isabella of Spain

  • Richard the Lionheart

  • Saint Augustine

  • Shakespeare

  • Empress Theodora

  • William the Conqueror

  • William Marshal


Class Documents and Instructions

Empress Theodora

Empress Theodora mosaic, Basilica di San Vitale

Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy, Europe


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