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Voices of Ancient Greece and Rome: Contemporary Accounts of Daily Life (Voices of an Era) epub

by David Matz


Voices of Ancient Greece and Rome: Contemporary Accounts of Daily Life (Voices of an Era) epub

ISBN: 0313387389

ISBN13: 978-0313387388

Author: David Matz

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Greenwood (March 12, 2012)

Pages: 268 pages

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As with other volumes in the Greenwood Voices of an Era series, this book contains much more than just a series .

Written to help readers truly understand what life within an ancient civilization was like, each entry is preceded by background information and followed by thought-provoking questions.

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Collecting documents culled from the writings of ancient Greek and Roman authors, this book provides a glimpse of what life was like in ancient times and illustrates the relevance of these long-ago civilizations to modern life.

Over 40 documents, excerpted from the writings of ancient Greek and Roman authors, such as Plutarch's description of the banishment from Athens of a just man.

ABC-CLIO, 1 Mar 2012. Retrieved 2015-02-12. Davies, J. K. (1971). Athenian Propertied Families, 600–300 . p. 429. ^ Davies, J. 428. ^ Morris Silver: Economic Structures of Antiquity.

Over 40 documents, excerpted from the writings of ancient Greek and Roman authors, such as Plutarch's description of the banishment from Athens of a just man., A timeline of the ancient Greco-Roman world provides a chronology of important events. A glossary containing ions of many Greek and Roman words and terms, such as "strategos".

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Collecting documents culled from the writings of ancient Greek and Roman authors, this book provides a glimpse of what life was like in ancient times and illustrates the relevance of these long-ago civilizations to modern life.

• Over 40 documents, excerpted from the writings of ancient Greek and Roman authors, such as Plutarch's description of the banishment from Athens of a just man

• A timeline of the ancient Greco-Roman world provides a chronology of important events

• A glossary containing descriptions/definitions of many Greek and Roman words and terms, such as "strategos"