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Life and Learning in Ancient Athens



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Life and Learning in Ancient Athens by Richard W. Hibler
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This introductory text is designed to accommodate a variety of readers, from high school students studying classical subjects to tourists who wish to know more about the Golden Age of Greece. The author draws parallels between ancient Athenian culture and practices which are found in the world today. Contents: include: Introduction to Ancient Athens; Taking Care of Business; Sport and Leisure Activities; Captive and Captivating Women of Athens; Learning the Facts of LifeoAthenian Education; Higher Education and Philosophic Thought; Socratesothe Questioning Gadfly; and DiogenesoThe Shocking Cynic.

Author Biography

Richard W. Hibler is Professor at State University College, Potsdam, New York
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November 8th, 1988
Country of Publication
United States
University Press of America
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