The Cambridge Ancient History: The Hellenistic monarchies and the rise of Rome

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University Press, 1984 - History, Ancient
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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! Read full review

Review: The Cambridge Ancient History, Volume 1, Part 1: Prolegomena and Prehistory (The Cambridge Ancient History, 2nd edition #1)

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My historical knowledge, especially pre-nineteenth century, is a little weak: in fact it's downright dreadful. Asking a friend what the best history series to read was, to fill in these disgraceful ... Read full review

Contents

The succession to Alexander
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The Hellenistic world in the late fourth century page
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The period of Antigonus Monophthalmus 321301
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