The Greek world, 479-323 BC

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Methuen, 1983 - History - 354 pages
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This book is dreadful! Its so dry and dull and impossible to get into. I kept falling asleep.You have to really want to absorb everything to glean anything from this book and even then you'll struggle ... Read full review

Contents

Xerxes legacy
1
Phthonos envy and the origin of the Delian League
15
Athens imposes her will
32
Copyright

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Simon Hornblower is Professor of Classics and Ancient History, University College London. He is the author and editor of many books (see books by the same author). Antony Spawforth is Professor of Ancient History, University of Newcastle upon Tyne. He is also a well-known presenter of television
programmes on archaeological and classical subjects in the BBC series 'Ancient Voices'. He has written and edited many books (see books by the same author).

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