The Ancient Greek World

The Ancient Greek World With a large colorful poster map of Ancient Greece and the whole Greek worldShows how Greek culture and art spread out across Europe and AsiaIllustrated with color photographsThe ancient Greek philos

  • Title: The Ancient Greek World
  • Author: Richard Woff
  • ISBN: 9781566568296
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Hardcover
  • With a large, colorful poster map of Ancient Greece and the whole Greek worldShows how Greek culture and art spread out across Europe and AsiaIllustrated with color photographsThe ancient Greek philosopher Plato said that the Greeks lived around the Mediterranean Sea like frogs around a pond We must not think of the ancient Greeks as living just in Greece They traveledWith a large, colorful poster map of Ancient Greece and the whole Greek worldShows how Greek culture and art spread out across Europe and AsiaIllustrated with color photographsThe ancient Greek philosopher Plato said that the Greeks lived around the Mediterranean Sea like frogs around a pond We must not think of the ancient Greeks as living just in Greece They traveled and settled all over the Mediterranean and Black Sea, had contacts with the great civilizations of Egypt and Phoenicia and traded with peoples even further afield in northern Europe and Asia This book will introduce you to the wider world of the ancient Greeks.

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    1. This book does an unexpectedly good job of covering much of the important aspects of Ancient Greece (and her culture). I do not know how useful it would be to the targeted age group (it is listed for "ages 9 and up"), especially given keeping some traditional spellings (e.g Herakles instead of Hercules) and lack of explanation of where regions may be (I honestly do not know if a 4th or 5th grader readily knows where the Levant or Etruria are). Still, for condensing much material, the book only m [...]

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