The rise of the Greeks

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Barnes & Noble Books, 2005 - Greece - 391 pages
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Review: The Rise of the Greeks

User Review  - Sarah Bynum - Goodreads

Full of lots of good information – if you can stay awake through it. I was surprised to read Michael Grant is considered a “popular” historian because I don't think his style would be very accessible ... Read full review

Review: The Rise of the Greeks

User Review  - Curt Hopkins Hopkins - Goodreads

Good introduction to the history that connects the Golden Age of myth and comic book with both what made Greece and how it influenced and was influenced by Thracians, Scythians, Egyptians, and Etruscans. And it's Grant. Hard to go wrong with that hip swivelling teen. Read full review

Contents

ATHENS
34
Pisistratus and His Sons
53
Athens and Aegina
70
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