The Glory That Was Greece: A Survey of Hellenic Culture and Civilization

J. C. Stobart

Series: Focus on Civilizations and Cultures
BISAC: HIS002010

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“Greece” and “Greek” mean different things to different people. The historian, of course, will inform us that all Western civilisation has Greece for its mother. The author aims to throw some fresh light upon the secret of that people’s greatness. It cannot be done by studying their history only. This book looks at the literature, statues and temples, their coins, vases, and pictures, their laws and governments, their ceremonies and amusements, their philosophy and religion.
(Imprint: SNOVA)

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sPreface
Introduction: Hellenism: The Land and its People
Chapter 1. Ægean Civilisation
Chapter 2. The Heroic Age
Chapter 3. The Ages of Transition
Chapter 4. The Grand Century
Chapter 5. The Fourth Century
Chapter 6. The Macedonian World
Epilogue
Glossary
Bibliography
Index

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