Ventures into Greek history
Ian Worthington, Nicholas Geoffrey Lemprière Hammond
Clarendon Press, May 19, 1994 - History - 401 pages
Ventures into Greek History is a collection of essays by seventeen international scholars dealing mainly with fourth-century Greek and Macedonian history and archaeology--especially the period of Philip II and Alexander the Great. The book is dedicated to Professor N.G.L. Hammond, and includes numerous illustrations and maps. All Greek and Latin quotations are translated.
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