Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Familiar but Exotic: Why Greece needs History 2. Inventing the Greek Polis 3. How many Greeks were there and How did Any of Them Survive? 4. Law, Tyranny and the Invention of Politics 5. Making Enemies 6. The City of Freedom and Oppression 7. The Unity and Diversity of the Greek City 8. Was Alexander the End of Greek History?
Robin Osborne is Professor of Ancient History at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of King's College Cambridge. His books include Greece in the Making c. 1200-479 BC, Archaic and Classical Greek Art and with P.J.L Rhodes, Greek Historical Inscriptions 404-323 BC.
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