Chester G. Starr - History - 1991 - 742 pages
Traces the origins of civilization from prehistoric times to the fall of the Roman Empire and discusses early culture, government, agriculture, religion, and trade
Chester G. Starr - History - 1992 - 112 pages
A timely reassessment of the vital social, cultural, and political role of the aristocrat in Greek society, this book by distinguished historian Chester G. Starr provides a ...
Chester G. Starr - History - 1990 - 86 pages
The topic of Athenian democracy is a popular one among scholars and students of the classical world, and books on the subject continue to appear. Thus far, however, none of ...
Chester G. Starr - History - 1991 - 385 pages
When the great citadel of Mycenae, then the center of the Aegean world, went up in flames about 1100 B.C., what followed was a “dark age” that left no written records. But rich ...
Rosemary Rees - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2006 - 64 pages
This book explains how the people of ancient Greece lived by describing their government, social customs, religion, and some aspects of their history.