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  1. Problems in The History of Ancient Greece: Sources and Interpretation by Donald Kagan, Gregory F. Viggiano, 2009-10-09
  2. A Brief History of Ancient Greece: Politics, Society, and Culture by Sarah B. Pomeroy, Stanley M. Burstein, et all 2008-12-16
  3. The Cambridge Illustrated History of Ancient Greece (Cambridge Illustrated Histories)
  4. Ancient Greece: A History in Eleven Cities by Paul Cartledge, 2010-02-13
  5. History Pockets: Ancient Greece by Sandi Johnson, 2003-01-31
  6. Ancient Greece: A Concise History (Illustrated National Histories) by Peter Green, 1979-08
  7. Economic and Social History of Ancient Greece by M. M. Austin, P. Vidal-Naquet, 1981-02-05
  8. Classical Greece: Ancient Histories and Modern Archaeologies (New Directions in Archaeology)
  9. A History of Ancient Greece in Its Mediterranean Context: by Nancy H. Demand, 2006-01
  10. Ancient Greece: An Interactive History Adventure (You Choose: Historical Eras) by William Caper, 2010-05-01
  11. A History Of Ancient Greece by Claude Orrieux, Pauline Schmitt-Pantel, 1999-12-23
  12. Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece (Usborne History Encyclopedias) by Jane Chisholm, Lisa Miles, et all 2007-06
  13. Ancient Greece: Ancient History Series, Volume II (v. 2) by William E. Dunstan, 2000-02-28
  14. Leaders of Ancient Greece (History Makers Series) by Don Nardo, 1999-06

1. ThinkQuest Library Of Entries
ThinkQuest Library of information on ancient Greek history.Category Society History By Time Period Ancient Greece......Ancient History Map Timeline Egypt Greece Rome Authors Thinkquest. Greece.The History of Ancient Greece. Timeframe, Map of Greece, Sources Used.
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Click image for the Site Languages : Site Desciption Greece, the Roman Empire, and Egypt are the three areas explored at the Ancient Mediterranean History site. Here you'll find their histories, along with photos of ancient artifacts. Time lines emphasize the important historical dates for each of the three geographic areas. Maps show the territory of each country and how it has changed throughout the years. A bibliography is included.
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2. Home Page For Ancient History 26: Greece
ANCIENT HISTORY 26 ANCIENT GREECE. Fall, 1995 Chemistry Room B13 Rob S.Rice, Instructor, Williams 702, 8-4975 E-Mail
Fall, 1995
Chemistry Room B-13
Rob S. Rice
, Instructor, Williams 702, 8-4975
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Elizabeth A. Pollard Lisi
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Course Requirements
The requirements for the course are two short papers (4-6 pages), a midterm and a final examination.
Course Texts
A History of Greece to the Death of Alexander the Great (4th edition, New York, 1975, subsequently reprinted); Herodotus, The Histories , translated by Aubrey de Selincourt (London: Penguin Books, 1954, subsequently reprinted); Thucydides, The Peloponnesian War , translated by Rex Warner (London: Penguin Books, 1954, subsequently reprinted); Plutarch, The Age of Alexander , translated by Ian Scott-Kilvert (London: Penguin Books), subsequently reprinted). Although not a required text, Aristotle's Constitution of Athens is a very important source for part of the period. The translations by Kurt von Fritz and E. Kapp (New York: Hafner, 1950) [R] and by P. J. Rhodes ( The Athenian Constitution [London: Penguin Books]) [R], can be recommended.)

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4. Greece: Ancient History
greece ancient history. The divine myths constitute the earliestmatter of Greek history. These may be divided into those which
Greece: Ancient history
The divine myths constitute the earliest matter of Greek history. These may be divided into those which belong to the gods and to the heroes respectively; but most of them, in point of fact, present gods, heroes and men in juxtaposition. Every community sought to trace its origin to some common divine, or semi-divine, progenitor; the establishment of a pedigree was a necessity; and each pedigree contains at some point figures corresponding to some actual historical character, before whom the pedigree is imaginary, but after whom, in the main, actual. The precise point where the legend fades into the mythical, or consolidates into the historical, is not usually ascertainable.
The legendary period culminates in the tale of Troy, which belongs to a period prior to the Dorian conquest presented in the Heraklied legend; the tale of Troy itself remaining the common heritage of the Greek peoples, and having an actual basis in historical fact. The events, however, are of less importance than the picture of an actual historical, political and social system, corresponding, not to the supposed date of the Trojan war, but to the date of the composition of the Homeric poems.
Later ages regarded the myths themselves with a good deal of skepticism, and were often disposed to rationalize them, or to find for them an allegorical interpretation. The myths of other European peoples have undergone a somewhat similar treatment.

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Digital library on ancient greece includes texts, dictionaries, search tools, and teaching aids. ·Tufts history. Since 1852. ·Boyle Papers. history of Science

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7. Mr Donn's Ancient History Page
Contains units, lesson plans, activities and resources for learning and teaching about ancient history. Choose from many regions and periods. Mr Donn's ancient history Lesson Plans Units. ancient Mesopotamia Unit. Early Classical greece Units. ancient Greek
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    Tells about the people, philosophies, and conflicts that shaped the ancient world.Category Kids and Teens School Time ancient history greece...... Women in Greek Culture and history Greek Art and Architecture Greek Drama Anthologyof Greek Readings Historical Atlas Internet Resources on ancient greece,
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    Aristotle ... Women in Greek Culture and History Greek Art and Architecture Greek Drama Anthology of Greek Readings Historical Atlas Internet Resources on Ancient Greece ©1996, Richard Hooker For information contact: Richard Hines Updated 6-6-1999

    9. Daily Life In Ancient Civilizations
    Learn about daily life in ancient China, Egypt, greece, Rome and India. Includes seections on Taoism, Category Kids and Teens School Time ancient history......Have a great year! ancient greece. For those in a hurry, use the Cheat Sheet, fora very quick look at 11,000 years of ancient Chinese history! ENTER.
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    How would you have behaved if you had lived in ancient Sparta? (Lie, cheat, steal, because that is the Sparta way!) Or in ancient Athens? Or in Corinth, Argos, or Megara? Meet the Greeks! They were a riot! And choose your city-state! ENTER
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    If you had lived in ancient times, would you have chosen to become a Roman citizen? You might have! The ancient Romans invented more games than any other culture. Join the Empire! Find out what the ancient Romans did all day, and read a delightfully zany story, Thomas, Greatest Lawyer in all...Rome!

    10. Daily Life Ancient Greece
    Provides a resource for kids, parents, and teachers on the subject of world history and cultures. Geared towards middle school students.
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    How would you have behaved if you had lived in ancient Sparta? (Lie, cheat, steal, because that is the Sparta way!) Or in ancient Athens? Or in Corinth, Argos or Megara? Meet the Greeks! They were a riot! The ancient Greeks were very proud of their city-state ! They were also proud of being Greek. The ancient Greeks were thinkers. They loved to talk. They honored their gods and respected honor. They loved beauty, music, literature, drama, philosophy, politics and art. If you're in a hurry, use the cheat sheet to find just what you need! Welcome to ancient Greece! Cheat Sheet MEET THE GREEKS! Introduction School! Greek Houses ... Food It's around 480 BC.
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    The earliest Greek civilizations thrived nearly 4,000 years ago.Yet, their culture still impacts our lives today, in the arts, in philosophy, and in science, math, literature and politics. The ancient Greeks were great builders, thinkers, philosophers and military strategists. Here are some of the gifts the ancient Greeks gave to the world:
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    The ancient Greeks did not have one king or queen. They lived in city-states. Each city-state was a separate political unit. Daily life was somewhat different in the Greek city-state of Athens, for example, than it was in the city-state of Sparta, or even in Corinth!

    11. Ancient Greece By History Link 101
    Directory of sites about art, biographies, daily life, maps, pictures, and related research.Category Society history By Time Period ancient greece......ancient greece. history Link 101's ancient greece page connects you to the best ofArt, Biographies, Daily Life, Maps, Pictures, and Research on ancient greece.
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    • Beginnings of Greek Philosophy and Medicine Ancient Greek Mythology Play on-line Games of the Ancient Greeks Cities of Sparta and Athens Check out the research notes below on Ancient Greek Cites and Farming. Classical Art of the Greeks Sculpture Vase Painting Architecture Be sure to check out the Ancient Greek Art lesson link below for more on their art. Greek Architecture Pictures of the gods of Greek Mythology View pictures of Greek ships and much more. Ancient Greek Coins Alexander The Great's Empire Maps of Islands, Temples, Terrain, and much more. Page connects to sites with in-depth material on Ancient Greece. History Original texts Essays Mythology Philosophers Timelines and other link sites. Links to sites on famous Greek people such as Alexander the Great, Pericles, Plato, and many more.
    New - Greek Picture Gallery Large collection of images including Royalty Free images for educators Greek Art Lesson Covers vase painting, sculpture, and architecture. Lesson has bibliography, links for further study and follow up questions.

    12. Electronic Passport To Ancient Greece
    The Internet ancient history Sourcebook has expanded greatly since its creation, and now Etext Projects sites with texts online.. Egypt/ANE. greece. Rome. Religion. Philosophy
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    Greek Mythology Homer Sparta Athens ... Alexander the Great The Cradle of Western Civilization The civilization of ancient Greece flowered more than 2500 years ago but it influences the way we live today. Greece is a peninsula in southeastern Europe. The people of the region attempted to explain the world through the laws of nature. They made important discoveries in science. They developed democracy, where people govern themselves rather than being ruled by a king. The Greeks also valued beauty and imagination. They wrote many stories and plays that continue to be performed today. The ancient Greeks developed a great deal of what we take for granted . This is why Greece is often known as the Cradle of Western Civilization. The people of ancient Greece could not farm most of their mountainous, rocky land, so they became excellent sailors who traveled to distant lands. The Greeks learned the alphabet from the Phoenicians, a sea faring people from modern day Syria and Lebanon. The mountainous land also meant that it was difficult to invade Greek lands. The Balkan Mountains in the north and

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    14. Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Greece
    Provide access to a wealth of translated primary source texts from ancient greece in a wide variety of topic areas. 2ND 11th Brittanica history of ancient greece At this Site
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    15. Ancient Greece History
    history of Macedonia; The history of Hellas; The unknown ancient Hellenichistory; Internet ancient history Sourcebook greece and Hellenism;
    One of the great paradoxes of history is that the next hesitant advance of European civilization - the development of the first city-states - took place not on the fertile open central European plains, but in a remote island to the south of the Aegean Sea which was completely lacking in metal resources. While the glittering mounted warrior-princes of central Europe dissipated their creative energy in warefare, a highly cultured yet peaceful society, built on trade and an agricultural surplus, emerged on Crete.
    The history of Greece can be traced back to Stone Age hunters. Later came early farmers and thecivilizations of the Minoan and Mycenaean kings. This was followed by a period of wars and invasions, known as the Dark Ages. In about 1100 BC, a people called the Dorians invaded from the north and spread down the west coast. In the period from 500-336 BC Greece was divided into small city states, each of which consisted of a city and its surrounding countryside.

    Neolithic Period (6000 - 2900)

    Early Bronze Age (2900 - 2000) The period in antiquity that corresponds to the introduction of metallurgy, notably bronze-working, for making tools, weapons, and ceremonial objects.

    16. The Ancient City Of Athens
    A photographic archive of the archaeological and architectural remains of ancient Athens.Category Kids and Teens School Time ancient history greece...... remains of ancient Athens (greece). It is intended primarily as a resource for studentsof classical art archaeology, civilization, languages, and history at
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    17. Ring Of Classics
    A webring for sites about the history, culture, and mythology of ancient Mediterranean civilizations such as Rome, greece, and Egypt.

    18. Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Main Page
    Wonderful collections of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts for educational use by Category Society history Education ancient Civilizations...... on ancient history General Guides to Net Texts link to texts at other sites.;General Etext Projects sites with texts online.; Egypt/ANE; greece; Rome;
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    Main Page Full Texts Legal Texts Additions Search ... IHSP Credits The Internet Ancient History Sourcebook has expanded greatly since its creation, and now contains hundred of local files as well as links to source texts throughout the net.
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    19. Greek Mythology - Ancient Greek Myths, Greek Heroes - Hellenism.Net
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    20. Reflections Of Ancient Greece--Ancient History Lesson Plan (grades K-5)--Discove
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