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Author Freeman, Charles, 1947-

Title Egypt, Greece, and Rome : civilizations of the ancient Mediterranean / Charles Freeman.

Imprint Oxford ; New York ; Oxford University Press, c1996.

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Location Call No. Status
 GDL Central Library Non-Fiction    909.0982 FRE    Available
 GDL Montrose Library Non-Fiction    909.0982 FRE    Available
 PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor    909.09822 FRE    Available
Description xiv, 638 p., 40 p. of plates : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. [564]-583) and index.
Contents 1. Rediscovering the Ancient World -- 2. Egypt, the Gift of the Nile, 3200-1500 BC -- 3. Egypt as an Imperial Power, 1500-1000 BC -- 4. Daily Life in New Kingdom Egypt -- 5. The Ancient Near East, 3500-500 BC -- 6. The Early Greeks, 2000-700 BC -- 7. The Greeks in a Wider World, 800-600 BC -- 8. Hoplites and Tyrants: The Emergence of the City State -- 9. Cultural Change in the Archaic Age -- 10. The Persian Wars -- Interlude One. Herodotus and Egypt -- 11. Everyday Life in Classical Greece -- 12. Religion and Culture in the Greek World -- 13. Athens: Democracy and Empire -- 14. From Aeschylus to Aristotle -- 15. The Struggle for Power, 431-338 BC -- 16. Alexander of Macedon and the Expansion of the Greek World -- 17. The Hellenistic World -- Interlude Two. Celts and Parthians -- 18. The Etruscans and Early Rome -- 19. Rome becomes a Mediterranean Power -- 20. From the Gracchi to Caesar, 133-55 BC -- Interlude Three. Voices from the Republic -- 21. The Fall of the Roman Republic, 55-31 BC -- Interlude Four. Women in the Roman Republic -- 22. Augustus and the Founding of Empire -- 23. Consolidating the Empire, AD 14-138 -- 24. Administering and Defending the Empire -- Interlude Five. The Romans as Builders -- 25. Social and Economic Life in the Empire -- 26. Transformations: The Roman Empire, 138-313 -- 27. The Foundations of Christianity -- 28. The Empire in the Fourth Century -- 29. The Creation of a New Europe, 395-600 -- 30. The Emergence of the Byzantine Empire -- Epilogue: Legacies.
Subject Mediterranean Region -- Civilization.
ISBN 0198150032
9780198150039
0198721943 (pbk.)
9780198721949 (pbk.)

 
    
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