The Encyclopedia Of Ancient Greece
- Global History, Society & Culture, General Interest , The Ancient World
1 Member Credit
An epic journey into an ancient culture
Covering the founding of the Minoan civilization on Crete in the 3rd millennium BCE, Mycenaean Greece in the 2nd millennium, the Greek Dark Ages, and the heights of Athenian civilization in the 5th and 4th centuries BCE, this fascinating book expertly examines aspects of Greek civilization that are considered to be the foundation of Western culture. Thousands of years later, we can easily identify the influences of ancient Greece in modern politics, society, literature, and architecture.
Featuring more than 400 color photographs and artworks, The Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece is an accessibly written exploration, reaching from siege warfare to Socrates, public sacrifice to public festivals to the Peloponnesian War.
Additional Book Details
|Release Date:||March 28, 2019|