The ancient Greeks : a critical history

John V.A. Fine

An esteemed teacher offers a major reassessment of the history of Greece from prehistoric times to the rise of Alexander. This is a work of prodigious scholarship written in grand style. <p> John Fine surveys the archaeological work that has revealed so much about the civilization of Crete and Mycenaean Greece, and discusses the age of colonization during which Greek colonies were established from the Crimea to the Nile, from the Caucasus to Spain. Analyzing social and economic developments, as well as foreign and inter-city affairs, he assesses the history, culture, and democracy of Athens, and Sparta's institutions and military exploits; recounts the Greeks' relations and then war with the Persian empire; details alliances, struggles, and the varying fortunes of the Greek city-states; and relates the rise of Macedon. Fine treats the Greeks' story in the context of events elsewhere in the eastern Mediterranean. Throughout he indicates the nature of the evidence on which our present knowledge is based, masterfully explaining the problems and pit-falls in interpreting ancient accounts. "The Ancient Greeks" is a splendid narrative history and a refreshing reinterpretation that will please students of ancient history, and everyone interested in early civilizations.

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書名 The ancient Greeks : a critical history
著作者等 Fine, John V. A.
Fine John V.A.
出版元 Belknap Press of Harvard University Press
刊行年月 1983
ページ数 ix, 720 p., [2] p. of plates
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 0674033116
NCID BA01492119
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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