The Cambridge Ancient History: Plates to Volumes 5 and 6
This volume is in part a complement to The Cambridge Ancient History Volumes 5 and 6, but it has also been designed as an independent work that can serve any reader with an interest in the art and archaeology of the period. There are over 300 illustrated items, each with a commentary on its subject and significance. Major sections treat art and architecture; the rest are oriented to subjects on which archaeology rather than texts sheds light: the economy and trade, social and civic life in Athens, religion, the theater, warfare and coinage.
ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
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An overview of the process whereby Octavian and his friends set the Mediterranean basin to rights, by their lights. Now dated, as it was written by 1938, but still useful. The story continues until the end of the Julian Dynasty. (Nero). قراءة التقييم بأكمله
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The best in the series—Athens—the birthplace of western civilisation. The growth of Athens, its leadership of Greece, and then the treacherous attack by the Spartans, financed by Persia! قراءة التقييم بأكمله