The Greek Stones Speak: The Story of Archaeology in Greek Lands

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W. W. Norton & Company, 1981 - History - 534 pages
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"Paul MacKendrick has a thrilling tale to tell. . . . His book is for those who want an authoritative exposition of what archaeologists are accomplishing in Greek lands."--New York Times Book Review
 

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Contents

Frontispiece Athens Acropolis and environs from the
2
Greece and the West
5
6a 15 Troy I plan
9
1o 25 Dimini Neolithic bowl
25
The Aegean in Prehistory
37
Greece in
61
Mycenaean Athens the Dorian Invasion
129
The Hellenistic
361
The Greek World under Roman Sway
427
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Paul MacKendrick is professor of classics at the University of Wisconsin.

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