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by Peter Green

eBook The Parthenon download ISBN: 0882250272
Author: Peter Green
Publisher: Newsweek (January 1, 1973)
Language: English
Pages: 172
ePub: 1283 kb
Fb2: 1968 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: History
Subcategory: Europe

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The boards of the book are a padded, rich brown leatherette with gilt lettering. Inside the dust jacket there is some light foxing. The dust jacket shows light shelfwear and edge wear.

Mary Beard flew over the origins and the building of the Parthenon to spend the rest of the book dwelling on the vicissitudes of the building under the Turks.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Peter Green (Author). Mary Beard flew over the origins and the building of the Parthenon to spend the rest of the book dwelling on the vicissitudes of the building under the Turks. Now it was good to know how much damage the Turks and Christians did but I would rather have learned more about the building in Classical Greece.

Peter Morris Green (born 22 December 1924) is a British classical scholar and novelist noted for his works on the Greco-Persian Wars, Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic Age of ancient history.

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 168) and index. The Parthenon in history, by Peter Green. Athens ascendant ; Time of turmoil ; The bulwark of Hellas ; The age of Pericles ; The struggle for empire ; The road to Rome ; Metamorphosis and revival - The Parthenon in literature - Reference.

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Peter Morris Green (born 22 December 1924) is a British classical scholar noted for his works on the Greco-Persian Wars, Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic Age of ancient history, generally regarded as spanning the era from the death of Alexander in 323 BC up to either the date of the Battle of Actium or the death of There is more than. one author by this name in the database.

Details: ISBN: 0882250264. ISBN-13: 9780882250267. Pages: 176. Publisher: TBS The Book Service Ltd. Published: 01/1973.

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Hardcover with dust jacket. Editor, Joseph L. Gardner. Book by Peter Green and the Editors of the Newsweek Book Division, S. Arthur Dembner, Publishers, New York. Deluxe Edition. The boards of the book are a padded, rich brown leatherette with gilt lettering. Inside the dust jacket there is some light foxing. Approximate size of book, 9.25 x 11.50. The dust jacket shows light shelfwear and edge wear. There is a one inch tear on the jacket near the lower back near the opening of the book. The bottom and top of the dust jacket has light wrinkles and tiny tears at the top and bottom. The spine corners are rubbed lightly on the jacket, the book looks very good. There is one small bump on the middle back of the actual book board, not too bad. The corners are in very good condition. The end pages front and back, show a "slanting afternoon sunlight that accentuates the geometrical simplicity of the Parthenon's outermost colonnade." Total 172 pages. This is a beautiful book with full pages of color illustrations and some black and white illustrations and maps detailing the Parthenon. 1973 edition. The spine is tight and straight, the pages are unmarked and with no tears. A nice book to add to your library and one to read and learn all about this beautiful architecture. "Democracy's symbolic birthplace, the famed Acropolis, stands today as a rubble-strewn reminder of the glory that was Greece. The ancient citadel, once the center of Athenian religion and civic pride is surmounted by half a dozen ruined buildings, among them the most famous temple in the Western world, the Parthenon." *9BC2