Morris, Powell, The Greeks 3e

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In The Greeks, acclaimed scholars Ian Morris and Barry Powell examine ancient Greece as a whole: not just as a narrative of events or an overview of culture, but history and culture taken together. The authors also make special efforts to show the Greeks as part of larger Mediterranean world, and they reject the prejudice that the only things worth knowing about Greece ended with the Peloponnesian War, the death of Socrates, or the battle of Chaeronea. Richly illustrated with maps and photographs, and complemented by generous quotations from ancient authors, The Greeks is the definitive account of this “small, far-off land” whose contributions to world history still powerfully resonate today.

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