Ancient Greece – ebook

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This comprehensive textbook is divided into three sections:
Section A: Living in Ancient Greece (800–454 BCE) examines the social, political and economic features of Archaic Greece, everyday life in ancient Athens and Sparta, and the causes and consequences of the Greco–Persian Wars.
Section B: The Peloponnesian War (460–404 BCE) explores the conflict between the Delian League (led by Athens) and the Peloponnesian League (led by Sparta) that ultimately reshaped the ancient Greek world. Chapters cover the key stages of the war—the Archidamian War, the Peace of Nicias, the Sicilian Expedition and the Decelean (or Ionian) War. The In Focus pages profile Pericles, Alcibiades and Lysander in detail.
Section C: Additional Material includes a Glossary, Who’s Who, endnotes and index.

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About this item

Author/s

Diana Millar, Joshua McDermott, Nicholas Vlahogiannis, Samuel Cavnoudias

ISBN

978-1-875585-33-5

Released

2018

Length

292 pages

Audience

students, teachers

Year level

11–12

Format

ebook

Kind

textbook

This student textbook includes the following features:

  • Section and chapter overviews
  • Summary diagrams
  • Maps
  • Timelines
  • Primary sources and historical interpretations
  • Historical significance boxes
  • Varied activities, including Sources as Evidence, Exam Preparation and Extension
  • Links to Web Resources
  • Full-colour design
  • Trivia
  • Glossary
  • Who’s Who
  • Index