Unit I (Foundations)
  1. HAMMURABI's CODE, 1700 BCE (BABYLON)
  2. EPIC OF GILGAMESH, 1700 BCE (BABYLON)
  3. RIG VEDA, 1700 BCE (INDIA)
  4. BOOK OF THE DEAD, 1500 BCE (EGYPT)
  5. BOOK OF SONGS, 1000 BCE (CHINA)

Unit 2 (Classical Era)
  1. TAO TE CHING, 550 BCE, Lao Tzu (CHINA)
  2. 12 TABLES, 451 BCE (ROME)
  3. LESSONS FOR WOMEN, 80 CE, Ban Zhao (CHINA)
  4. SERMON ON THE MOUNT, 90 CE (ROME)
  5. CODE OF JUSTINIAN, 529 CE, Justinian (BYZANTINE)

Unit 3 (Post Classical)
  1. EDICT on BUDDHISM, c. 845, Emperor Wuzong, (CHINA)
  2. CHARTER of FEALTY, 1110, Monk John (FRANCE)
  3. 1,001 ARABIAN NIGHTS, c. 1200, (ARABIA)
  4. EPIC of SUNDIATA, c. 1300 (MALI)
  5. TRAVELS in AFRICA & ASIA, 1354, Ibn Battuta (MOROCCO)

Unit 4: (Early Modern World: The first Global Age)
  1. **GUTENBERG BIBLE**, 1450, Johannes Gutenberg (GERMANY)
  2. EPIC OF SUNDIATA, c. 1450 (MALI)
  3. 95 THESES, 1517, Martin Luther (GERMANY)
  4. A SHORT ACCOUNT OF THE DESTRUCTION OF THE WEST INDIES, 1542, Bartolome de las Casas (SPANISH AMERICA)
  5. SLAVE TRADER, 1700, WILLIAM BOSMAN (AFRICAN COAST)

Unit 5: (The European Movement and Age of Revolution)
  1. DECLARATION of INDEPENDENCE, 1776, Thomas Jefferson (USA)
  2. WEALTH of NATIONS, 1776, Adam Smith (SCOTLAND)
  3. DECLARATION of the RIGHTS of MAN , 1789, National Assembly (FRANCE)
  4. JAMAICA LETTER, 1815, Simon Bolivar (JAMAICA)
  5. COMMUNIST MANIFESTO, 1848, Karl Marx (GERMANY)

Unit 6: (Modern Age)
  1. Treaty of Versailles
  2. The Economic Consequences of the Peace
  3. Second Pan-African Congress Manifesto