Ancient Greek Civilization
The third edition of Ancient Greek Civilization is a concise, engaging introduction to the history and culture of ancient Greece from the Minoan civilization to the age of the Roman Empire.
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1 THE GREEKS AND THE BRONZE AGE
2 IRON AGEGREECE
3 THE POEMS OF HESIOD AND HOMER
4 POETRY AND SCULPTURE OF THE ARCHAIC PERIOD
5 SYMPOSIA SEALS AND CERAMICS IN THE ARCHAIC PERIOD
6 THE BIRTH OF PHILOSOPHY AND THE PERSIAN WARS
7 SETTING THE STAGE FOR DEMOCRACY
8 HISTORY AND TRAGEDY IN THE FIFTH CENTURY
A TALE OF THUCYDIDES
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accessed March 29 Achilles acropolis Aegean Aeschylus Agamemnon Ajax Alexander Alexander’s amphora ancient Greek Archaic Period Aristophanes artists Athenian Athens Attic audience battle bronze ceramic character citizens Classical Period Cleisthenes Crete cult Cycladic Dark Age decorated democracy democratic divine drama Egypt eighth century Electra epic Euripides fact festival fifth century bc figure fourth century frieze goddess gods Greece Greek civilization Greek culture Greek poleis Greek world Hellenistic Period hero Herodotus Hesiod hoplite Iliad individual Ionian king kouroi language large number literary Macedonian mainland Greece Miletus Minoan Museum Mycenae Mycenaean Period myth non-Greek Odyssey Orestes palace Parthenon Peisistratus Peloponnesian Peloponnesian War Pericles Persian Wars Phoenician Plato play poet poetry polis political Polycrates red-figure represent ritual Roman Empire sculpture Socrates Sophocles Source Spartan statue story survived Theogony Thucydides tion tradition tragedy Trojan Trojan War Troy tyrant vase women word Zeus