A First Ancient History: The Greeks Bk.2Part of a series designed to develop pupils' understanding of the forces at work in the development of early civilizations, this text examines Greek history from earliest times to the collapse of Alexander's Macedonian empire and its absorption into the Roman civilization.
by R.E.C. Burrell
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A First Ancient History: The Greeks Bk.2 Summary
Burrell and Connolly take us to opening night for a play by Euripides, the first Olympic Games, Alexander the Great's last battle, the rebuilding of the Acropolis, and through the whole fascinating history of ancient Greece. The Greeks covers the centuries from the Minoans to the breakup of Alexander's empire and the conquest of Greece by Rome. Especially geared for the young reader, the short, fact-filled chapters with easy-to-read text is accompanied by Connolly's richly detiled and authentic illustrations.
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A First Ancient History: The Greeks Bk.2
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The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine.