A Chronology of Ancient Greece (Hardback)
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This book offers a coherent narrative of the politico-military history of ancient Greece. It commences with the necessarily approximate course of events in Bronze and early Iron Age, as estimated by the most reliable scholarship plus the legendary accounts of this period. From the Persian Wars onwards, a year-by-year chronology is constructed from the ancient historical sources. Where possible a day-by-day narrative is given.
The geographical scope expands as the horizons of the Greek world and colonization expanded with reference to developments in politico-military events in the Middle Eastern (and later Italian) states that came into contact with Greek culture. From the expansion of the Greek world across the region under Alexander, the development of all the relevant Greek/Macedonian states is covered. The text is divided into events per geographical area for each date, cross-referencing where needed. Detailed accounts are provided for battles and political crises where the sources allow this, and where not much is known for certain the different opinions of historians are referenced en route. The result is a coherent, accessible and accurate reference to what happened and when.
A Chronology of Ancient Greece acts as a useful annotated timeline of events. It takes in differing accounts and opinions and offers the amateur enthusiast, as well as perhaps the academic starting out, an affordable, accessible reference resource.Reference Reviews, volume 31, issue 3 – reviewed by Louise Ellis-Barrett Head of Library, St John’s School, Leatherhead, UKL