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Product NameAtlas Of The Classical World
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Long DescriptionThe classical world comes alive in this illustrated atlas of fascinating eras of ancient Greece and Rome. Twenty-six double-page spreads feature reproductions of important artifacts, reconstructions of archaeological sites, detailed maps, informative text, and much more. Chapters include: Minoans and Mycenaeans, Sparta and Athens, Greek Religion, Greek Theater, Science and Literature, Alexander and the Hellenistic World, Sports in the Greek world, The roman Army, The City of Rome, and The Fall of the Empire.
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