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Written by two Oxford scholars, *The Birth of Classical Europe* covers ancient European history in its entirety from the first glimmerings of Minoan civilization to the fall of the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeffrey Rubard
This is a survey of classical Europe which is interesting and easy to read. It was very useful to me because I was looking for such a survey. Read morePublished 10 months ago by HL
Clear, easy-to-read history of "the birth of classical Europe." Unlike other books in this series, the title implies a thesis which sort of has to be controversial: where... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Matthew O Messerschmidt
Good survey history of a busy timeframe. Used as a textbook for my Ancient World survey class.Published 12 months ago by allison gunsch
This title was purchased to add to the other books in the series. The writers did an excellent job to cover time period.Published 13 months ago by J.L.
Not very enjoyable to read, although, very informative complete book with references to how we obtained the history of the ancient world as we know it today.Published 16 months ago by Brian Slack
The book serves more as a study guide than a complete history. Centering around Greco-Roman history, the book provides detailed background research into the roles of Phoenicians... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Gderf
A remarkable documentation of early European history presented chronologically and regionally, and in readable prose for the layman. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Dennis Zeunert
The best book in this series. Perfect for my bookish history loving son-in-lasPublished 18 months ago by James Clauson