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Antiquity | Ancient History Video Curriculum

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Dave Raymond begins with Genesis, then traces world history all the way to the life of Christ. This incredible series synthesizes the events recorded in the Bible with ancient history, showing clearly how God’s providence directed the events in the ancient world.  A must-have series for those wanting their children to have a Biblical worldview of history.

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Dave Raymond begins with Genesis, then traces world history all the way to the life of Christ. This incredible series synthesizes the events recorded in the Bible with ancient history, showing clearly how God’s providence directed the events in the ancient world.  A must-have series for those wanting their children to have a Biblical worldview of history.

Antiquity is a one-year homeschool curriculum that consists of:
    • 130 videos (5 lectures per lesson, ~15-20 min ea)
    • 4 projects
    • Year-long Portfolio
    • Student Reader based on original sources (Available in PDF, ePub, and Kindle Format)
    • Teacher’s Guide with Scope & Sequence
    • Weekly Exams
    • Credit: One High School History/Social Studies

Click on the FAQ tab for a complete breakdown of hours spent per area to qualify for high school credit.

Ages: 13+ (We recommend children be over age 13 to take this class due to mature content in some pagan civilizations. Please be aware of some brief artistic nudity in some of the historical artwork that is presented in the course.)

Dave Raymond lives in rural Middle Tennessee with his wife and 6 children where he has taught the humanities for the past 12 years. He teaches the disciplines of history, literature, composition, and Latin through Quiller Tutorials and Foundations Christian Academy.

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Lessons

  1. Orientation
  2. Imago Dei: Creation
  3. The Two Cities: The Fall & Two Lineages
  4. Look On My Works, Ye Mighty: Babel & Mesopotamia
  5. The Waters of Life in the Everlasting Hills: Ancient Egypt
  6. Lekh-Lekha: Abraham & The Patriarchs
  7. On Eagles’ Wings: The Exodus & The Law
  8. The Sacrifice of Praise: Worship in Ancient Israel
  9. A House of Prayer for All Nations: Samuel to Solomon
  10. The Ways of the Father: Prophets & Kings
  11. I Form light and Create Darkness: The Exile, Medes & Persians, and Israel’s Return
  12. Beyond Life and Death: India
  13. Immutable Tradition: China
  14. Honor Versus Life: Old Japan
  15. The Smoke of 1,000 Villages: Sub-Saharan Africa
  16. In Search of the Unknown God: Greek Stories & Early History
  17. Nostoi & Empire: Greece Versus Persia
  18. The Glory that Was Greece: The Golden Age
  19. The One and the Many: The Peloponnesian War & Philosophers
  20. To the Strongest: Alexander the Great
  21. Make Straight the Highway: Between the Testaments
  22. The Grandeur that was Rome: The Roman Republic
  23. The War of Gods & Demons: The Conquest of Italy, Carthage, and Greece
  24. Crossing the Rubicon: The Fall of the Roman Republic
  25. Pax Romana: Caesar Augustus
  26. The Everlasting Man: Jesus Christ

Sample Lessons

Download Student Reader Sample

Download Teacher’s Guide Sample

Lesson 7. On Eagles’ Wings: The Exodus & The Law

Lesson 9. A House of Prayer for All Nations: Samuel to Solomon

FAQs

HSLDA recommends spending approximately 150 hours on a subject to qualify for high school credit.  This is how Dave Raymond’s classes generally break down to achieve that credit.  Some students will spend more time in some areas and some will spend less, but there is clearly enough different types of work to qualify for full high school credit:

* The reader includes 400 pages of original historical materials.  It increases in length as the year progresses.  For example, Part 1 is 150 pages and Part 2 is 250 pages.  If additional reading is desired for older students, we include recommendations for that.
**If a parent desires to do two or more thesis papers for older students, that is perfectly acceptable and will only increase the amount of time spent in the class.

What should my student’s portfolio look like?

Here is an example of the portfolio to give some ideas.

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