An Intelligent Person's Guide to Classics

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Duckworth, 1999 - Civilization, Classical - 176 pages
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Peter Jones gives an account of what is meant by the term Classics and how knowledge of the Greeks and Romans has been transmitted to us today, before launching onto a selection of topics spanning the millennia.

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Preface
7
700 BC AD 500
15
Ephesus and the Temple of Artemis
27
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About the author (1999)

Peter Jones is Spokesman for the National Co-ordinating Committee for Classics and co-founder of the charity Friends of Classics.

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