Paths from Ancient Greece

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Carol G. Thomas
BRILL, 1988 - History - 206 pages
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This book is suited to undergraduate courses, particularly those examining the comparative history of ideas, the history of humanism, and the elements of cultural tradition in any of the cultures examined. It will also be of interest to general readers, especially those with an interest in Classical Greece, specialists in one area discussed in the book and college students in the humanities.
 

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Contents

Preface
1
Graecia Capta
51
Hellenism in Islam
76
Classical Greece and the Italian Renaissance
92
The Force of Classical Greece in the Formation of the Romantic
118
Ancient Greece and Early America
140
The Modern Discovery of Ancient Greece
168
From Classical Greece to the Present
187
Notes on the Contributors
194
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