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Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece
Using Evidence
AUTHOR(S):
Pamela Bradley / David Patterson (ed)
REGION:
Australia
LEVELS:
Year 11 / Year 12
SUBJECT AREA:
History
EDITION:
2ed
ISBN:
9780521796460
PUBLICATION DATE:
07/11/2000
Price:   AUD $69.95
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A detailed coverage of Greek history from the period of colonisation through to the death of Alexander the Great.

 

 

Ancient Greece: Using Evidence covers Greek history in an innovative and effective way, from the period of colonisation through to the death of Alexander the Great. Wherever possible the most relevant examples of source materials - both written and archaeological - have been provided. This is not only an excellent preparation for examinations in Ancient History, but also a very readable and entertaining account of the main periods in the history of ancient Greece.

  • Time lines.
  • Photographs, maps and diagrams.
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List of maps; List of illustrations;Prologue;

1. Introduction

2. Greek colonial expansion (800-500)

3. Greek tyrants of the seventh and six centuries BC

4. Sparta

5. The development of Athens in the sixth century

6. The conflicts between the Greeks and the Persians

7. The rise to power of Athens (478-445)

8. Periclean Athens

9. The Peloponnesian War (431-404)

10. Spartan and Theban leadership of Greece

11. The rise of Macedon under Philip II (359-336)

12. Alexander the Great

Notes to the text; Glossary; Bibliography; Acknowledgements; Index

Pamela Bradley
Pamela has over 30 years experience in teaching history and is the author of a number of highly successful secondary textbooks published by Cambridge University Press.
David Patterson (ed)