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by William Harlan Hale

  • ISBN: 0743434692
  • Category: Ancient Civilizations
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: William Harlan Hale
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: I Books (November 27, 2001)
  • Pages: 272
  • ePub book: 1841 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1995 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
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He was the author of The Horizon Book of Ancient Greece (1965) and The Horizon Book of Eating and Drinking Through the Ages (1968)

Hale was born in New York City, the son of William Bayard and Olga Unger Hale. He attended Riverdale Country School. Hale was considered "one of Yale's brightest of bright young men" in his youth, and co-founded the campus magazine Harkness Hoot. He was the author of The Horizon Book of Ancient Greece (1965) and The Horizon Book of Eating and Drinking Through the Ages (1968). Articles for American Heritage formed the basis for his Innocence Abroad (1958). Hale's papers are in the Yale University Library.

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Here, from award-winning historian William Harlan Hale, is the ever-fascinating story of ancient Greece - from the Bronze-Age cultures of Crete and Mycenae, the rise . Books related to Horizon History of Ancient Greece.

Here, from award-winning historian William Harlan Hale, is the ever-fascinating story of ancient Greece - from the Bronze-Age cultures of Crete and Mycenae, the rise of the Greek city-states, and the wars with Persia to the golden age of Athens under Pericles, the Hellenistic age after Alexander's conquests, and, finally, the slow decline to the status as a Roman.

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The Achievements of the ancient Greeks form the foundation of modern Western civilization. This book traces the course of Greek history from the Minoan and Mycenaean kingdoms to the rival city-states of Athens and Sparta to Alexander the Great's empire and the rise of Rome. Be the first to ask a question about The Horizon Book of Ancient Greece.

Hale, William Harlan, 1910-1974. New York : American Heritage Pub. Co. ; book trade distribution by Doubleday. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

ISBN 10: 0743434692 ISBN 13: 9780743434690. Publisher: I Books, 2001. THE ACHIEVEMENTS of the ancient Greeks form the foundation of modern Western civilization.

by William Harlan Hale. Trace the course of Greek history from the Minoan and Mycenaean kingdoms to the rival city-states of Athens and Sparta to Alexander the Great's empire and the rise of Rome.

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Here, from award-winning historian William Harlan Hale, is the ever-fascinating story of ancient Greece . I purchased this book because I was curious how the remains of Ancient Greece were treated after conquering by the Ottoman Empire. Greece remained under Ottoman rule until the empire fell in World War I.

THE ACHIEVEMENTS of the ancient Greeks form the foundation of modern Western civilization. This book traces the course of Greek history from the Minoan and Mycenaean kingdoms to the rival city-states of Athens and Sparta to Alexander the Great's empire and the rise of Rome. The vivid account celebrates the extraordinary legacy of Greek civilization: the epics of Homer; the seminal tragedies of Agamemnon, Euripides, and Sophocles; the transforming philosophy of Plato and Aristotle; the architectural wonders of the Acropolis; and the birth of democracy.

Here is an intelligent and remarkably handsome survey of ancient Greece, designed for anyone who would welcome the chance to learn more about the 1,500-year journey of this extraordinary civilization.