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The Classical Greeks (1989)

af Michael Grant

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The Golden Age of ancient Greek city-state civilization lasted from 490 to 336 B.C., the period between the first wars against Persia and Carthage and the ascension of Alexander the Great. Never has there been such a multiplication of talents and genius within so limited a period. An astonishing period caught at the height of its powers by an eminent historian. "Michael Grant never fails to be lively and well informed and he has done more, single-handedly, to blow the dust of the classical world than any comparable populariser."--Sunday Times. "Grant is a unique figure among the classical scholars of our time."--Spectator.… (mere)
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This is quite similar to The Rise of the Greeks in that it is broken in to disjointed chapters covering certain areas. This one is made up of chapters about influential people as opposed to geographic city-states. This one was more enjoyable to read and very informative. A great reference to keep on a shelf as well, as I can see myself going back periodically to reread the chapter on, say, Dionysius I and II of Syracuse and their battles against Carthage on Sicily. Grant has written basically a trilogy of this type of book. Rise of the Greeks is the first, this is the second and From Alexander to Cleopatra is the third, and they comprise a nice outline of Greek history spanning several centuries, and from many viewpoints. ( )
  DirtPriest | Sep 10, 2010 |
The prolific Grant herein describes nearly forty leading lights of the Greeks to state that ancient history is not possible without them. This is not exactly the "great man" view of history as he points out in a preface but it does approximate his thesis.
  gmicksmith | Jan 4, 2009 |
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The Golden Age of ancient Greek city-state civilization lasted from 490 to 336 B.C., the period between the first wars against Persia and Carthage and the ascension of Alexander the Great. Never has there been such a multiplication of talents and genius within so limited a period. An astonishing period caught at the height of its powers by an eminent historian. "Michael Grant never fails to be lively and well informed and he has done more, single-handedly, to blow the dust of the classical world than any comparable populariser."--Sunday Times. "Grant is a unique figure among the classical scholars of our time."--Spectator.

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