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- Publisher:Hodder Wayland (October 31, 1997)
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The Atlas of Ancient Rome: Biography and Portraits of the City - Two-volume slipcased setHardcover. 4 people found this helpful.
The Atlas of Ancient Rome: Biography and Portraits of the City - Two-volume slipcased setHardcover.
Ancient Greece - it's had a huge impact on our culture, history and even our political .
Ancient Greece - it's had a huge impact on our culture, history and even our political system. Twelve Voices from Greece and Rome: Ancient Ideas for Modern Times by Christopher Pelling & Maria Wyke. Both the modern books I chose trace through the legacy of ancient Greece: what Greek authors and Greek ideas have meant, and may still mean. One of the books covers all sorts of different areas and the other-particularly close to the bone in 2017-is concerned with democracy.
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The time period depicted is roughly from archaic Greek civilization (pre-550 BC) through Late Antiquity (640 AD). The atlas was published by Princeton University Press in 2000. The book was the winner of the 2000 Association of American Publishers Award for Best ly Multivolume Reference Work in the Humanities.
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M. Berens d his allies. Aïdes, the grim and gloomy monarch of this lower world, was the successor of Erebus, that ancient primeval divinity after whom these realms were called.
The Atlas of Ancient and Classical Geography by Samuel Butler - Richard Clay & Sons, 1907 The original author of the present Atlas is Samuel Butler, in his way a famous geographer. The work was at a later date twice revised, and its maps were re-drawn. It has now been again revised and enlarged to suit the special needs of this series.
Entertaining and educational, The Everything Classical Mythology Book is a superb introduction to ancient Greek and Roman mythology. For those of us who cannot recount the twelve labours of Hercules, how Odysseus tricked the Trojans, why the phrase Achilles Heel’ was first coined, or how Medusa was slain, this comprehensive volume will provide answers to these and hundreds more enquiries. As familiar to most people as the characters in the Bible, the great legendary heroes and stories of classical Greece are a unique leagacy, their traditions having influenced the art, literature and culture of Western Europe like no other.
The cradle of Western civilisation, Ancient Greece was a land of contradictions and conflict. Intensely quarrelsome and competitive, the Greek city-states consistently proved unwilling and unable to unite. Yet, in spite of or even because of this internal discord, no ancient civilization proved so dynamic or productive.