5 edition of Greece and Rome at war found in the catalog.
Greece and Rome at war
|LC Classifications||U33 .C647x 1981b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||320 p. :|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||86673558|
An American author of Greek descent explores the Greek immigrant experience in the US, as well as sexual identity. Paper, 96 pages. He introduces these sources to the general reader by period and author and analyzes controversial issues such as essentialism vs. Considered the standard text on ancient Greece by a leading scholar, this decades-old work is still quite accessible.
Rich with arresting imagery and memorable characters, its powerful metaphors still permeate modern culture. Fitzgerald's supple verse is ideally suited to the story of Odysseus' long journey back to his wife and home after the Trojan War. This biography from a famous novelist provides insight on Alexander the Great. Greek art is divided into the Mycenaean, geometric, archaic, and Hellenistic periods, in addition to its acme in the Classical period.
Add to basket Add to wishlist Description In this sumptuous guide to twelve centuries of military development, Peter Connolly combines a detailed account of the arms and armies of Greece and Rome with his superb full-colour artwork. Fitzgerald's supple verse is ideally suited to the story of Odysseus' long journey back to his wife and home after the Trojan War. As Macedonia and the Seleucid Empire were the problem, and Egypt the cause of the problem, the only place to turn was Rome. Z Brilliantly researched, dynamically written, A War Like No Other is like no other history of this important war. Historical fiction.
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Gage tells the riveting account of his quest to uncover the truth behind his mother's assassination during Greece's civil war. This fine collection of short stories looks at the lives of Greek villagers with magical realism.
The Greek myths become accessible to even young children. This classic epic follows the hero Odysseus through the Trojan War and his return home. Color illustrations. About the Author Thomas K. The figures of people include both the Greek besiegers and the Trojan defenders.
Words:He introduces these sources to the general reader by period and author and analyzes controversial issues such as essentialism vs. Softcover book. Greeks ideally lived on small self-sufficient wheat-producing farms, but bad agricultural practices made many households incapable of feeding themselves.
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Paper, 96 pages. An American expat recounts his experiences in Greece while running a bar on the island of Patmos. The Children's Homer by Padraic Colum. Troy Not all Roman art imitated the Greek forms and not all Greek art looks terribly realistic or impractical.
Chapters cover organization, tactics, armor and weapons, fortifications, and much more. Only some of these groups were counted as citizens. He is forced to live like a Spartan, a brutal life with no pity for those who are not physically perfect and totally obedient to Spartan control.Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
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In Mortal Republic, prize-winning historian Edward J. Watts offers a new history of the fall of the Roman Republic that explains why Rome exchanged freedom for hildebrandsguld.com centuries, even as Rome grew into the Mediterranean's premier military and political power, its governing institutions, parliamentary rules, and political customs successfully fostered negotiation and compromise.
the Pyrrhic War (– BC), after which Rome asserted its hegemony over Magna Grecia. the First Macedonian War (– BC), that ended with the Peace of Phoenice; the Second Macedonian War (– BC), during which the Romans declared "the freedom of Greece" from the Macedonian Kings.
In this sumptuous guide to twelve centuries of military development, Peter Connolly combines a detailed account of the arms and armies of Greece and Rome with this superb full color artwork. These are the best and most accurate representation of how the soldiers from these formidable military empires appeared.
Making use of fresh archaeological evidence and new material on the manufacture and. The war in Gaul is over, but the fight for Rome is only just beginning. Facing a war against other Romans, with a new officer stirring up trouble, Pompey and the senate defying them, a father-in-law busily incriminating himself and powerful Roman generals consolidating positions against them, Fronto and Galronus are bound for that worst of all conflicts: Civil War.
Jul 28, · This book reveals that the often contradictory behaviour of soldiers during war is a product of the contradictions inherent in the concept of honour. This book will be of great interest to all students of military ethics, military history, politics, international relations, anthropology, sociology, philosophy and the history of ideas.