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The Ancient Greeks: An Introduction

@inproceedings{Budin2009TheAG,
  title={The Ancient Greeks: An Introduction},
  author={S. L. Budin},
  year={2009}
}
Series Editor's Preface Preface and Acknowledgments PART 1: INTRODUCTION 1. Introduction What Did the Greeks Contribute to Modern Society? PART 2: GREEK CIVILIZATION 2. Location of Greek Civilization and Environmental Setting The Greek Mainland Crete Cyclades Asia Minor's West Coast Cyprus 3. Historical and Chronological Setting The History of Greek Studies Sources for the Study of Greek History Chronology 4. Origins, Growth, and Decline of Greek Civilization Crete The Mainland The Dark Age The… Expand
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