The Penguin History of Greece

Penguin Books, 1990 - 414 pages
The Penguin History of Greece offers a one-volume history of Hellas, and is principally written for the reader who is not a student or expert in classical literature. Readable, erudite, enthusiastic and balanced, it sweeps the reader along from the days of Mycenae to the splendors of Athens and to the conquests of Alexander and the last dark ages, ably pin-pointing the culture, society and politics of an astonishing people.

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This is a relatively comprehensive overview of Greek history spanning between the Minoan years on Crete of 2000-1400 BC, through Classical Greece to the diminishment of Ancient Greek society and ... Consulter l'avis complet

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The Regions of Greece with some modern Key
Peoples and Languages and the Coming
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