The Rise Of The Greeks

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Orion, Feb 16, 2012 - History - 416 pages
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For 500 years the Greek city-states achieved a civilisation which has been an inspiration and an ideal ever since. Michael Grant looks at the policies and government of the hundreds of independent city-states and at the everyday life of the citizens. With fluency and scholarships he shows how the brilliance of the Ancient Greeks' civilizationwas by no means limited to the Golden Age of its classical fifth century, but its early period was remarkable too.

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It's packed full of useful information, for research and scholarly purposes...but as an enjoyable read, it's dead in the water. This is the type of book to dip in and out of, when researching a ... Read full review

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Michael Grant (1914-2004) was a highly successful and renowned historian of the ancient world. He held many academic posts including those of Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; Professor of Humanity at Edinburgh University; Vice Chancellor of The Queen's University, Belfast and Vice Chancellor of the University of Khartoum. He was a Doctor of Letters at Dublin and a Doctor of Laws at Belfast. He has also been President of the Classical Association of England, the Virgil Society and the Royal Numismatic Society, and was a Medallist of the American Numismatic Society.

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