Ancient Greece: Ancient History Series, Volume Ii

Paperback | February 28, 2000

byWilliam E. Dunstan

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ANCIENT GREECE is the second volume in a new three-volume series on ancient civilizations. This study of ancient Greece brings together the findings of historians, archaeologists, linguists, geographers, art historians, scientists, and other specialists. The thought-provoking book does not shy away from controversial issues and topics. Volume II on the ancient Greeks follows Volume I, THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST, and precedes Volume III, ANCIENT ROME.

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ANCIENT GREECE is the second volume in a new three-volume series on ancient civilizations. This study of ancient Greece brings together the findings of historians, archaeologists, linguists, geographers, art historians, scientists, and other specialists. The thought-provoking book does not shy away from controversial issues and topics....

Format:PaperbackDimensions:544 pages, 9.2 × 6.4 × 0.8 inPublished:February 28, 2000Publisher:Wadsworth Publishing

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ISBN - 10:0155073834

ISBN - 13:9780155073838

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Table of Contents

1. The Aegean Civilization of Minoan Crete.2. Mycenaean Greece.3. The Dark Age.4. The Ferment of Archaic Greece.5. Sparta and Athens.6. Religion in Archaic Greece.7. Literature, Philosophy, and Art in Archaic Greece: A Cultural Renaissance.8. The Persian Wars.9. The Athenian Empire.10. The Peloponnesian War.11. Periclean Athens: Life and Society.12. Periclean Athens: Art, Literature, and Philosophy.13. The Greek City-States Lose Political Autonomy in the Fourth Century BCE: From Spartan Domination to the Rise of Macedonia.14. Cultural Developments in the Fourth Century BCE.15. Alexander the Great .16. The Successors of Alexander the Great.17. The Hellenistic Kingdoms of the Third Century BCE.18. Hellentic Society, Religion, Philosophy, and Science.19. Hellenistic Literature and Art.