Concise introduction to Ancient Greece
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This book is a lively and readable overview of the fascinating history of ancient Greece, from its earliest origins through to its legacy in the modern world. Beginning with the rediscovery of the Classical Greeks, the author then traces theirevolution from Bronze Age civilizations through the emergence of the city state, discussing topics such as writing and art, government and philosophy, warfare and hunting, trade and colonization, gods and heroes, entertainments and domestic life.This accessible book will appeal to a wide range of general readers, museum visitors, undergraduate students and life-long learners.
Product code: cmc22595
Price category: £10 to £25
Author: Jenifer Neils
Number of pages: 192
Publication date: 2008-11-24
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