Ancient Greece covers the period from the Mycenaean Age which began in 1600 B.C. to 404 B.C. when Athens was occupied by Sparta. It examines the origins and structure of Spartan and Athenian society, significant people in Ancient Greece including Pericles and Socrates, the development of Spartan and Athenian governments and the Greek city states, the nature of citizenship, catastrophes that shaped events in the 5th century including warfare, plague and an earthquake, religious beliefs and values, daily life, and the contribution of the ancient Greeks to the modern world. The book is full colour throughout, draws on a wide range of sources and contains learning outcomes and focus issues. The activities will help to build students' historical skills while ensuring that history remains fun!
Publisher: Cambridge University Press ISBN: 9780521776523 Number of pages: 48 Weight: 166 g Dimensions: 278 x 215 x 5 mm
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