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History of Greece for Beginners

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History of Greece for Beginners
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Publisher: MacMillan
ISBN/ASIN: 115230576X
Number of pages: 504

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Contents: Beginnings of Greece and the heroic age; Expansion of Greece; Growth of Sparta; Union of Attica and the foundation of the Athenian democracy; Advance of Persia to the Aegean; Persian and Punic invasions; Foundation of the Athenian empire; Pericles; War of Athens with the Peloponnesians; Decline and downfall of the Athenian empire; Spartan supremacy and the Persian war; Revival of Athens and her second league; Hegemony of Thebes; Rise of Macedonia; Conquest of Persia; Conquest of the far east.

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