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This Companion presents scholarly but available new interpretations of Greek heritage of the Classical interval, from the aftermath of the Persian Wars in 478 B.C. to the dying of Alexander the good in 323 B.C.

  • Topics lined variety from the political and institutional constructions of Greek society, to literature, artwork, economics, society, conflict, geography and the environment
  • Discusses the issues of studying some of the resources for the period
  • Guides the reader in the direction of a broadly-based knowing of the background of the Classical Age

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