The Greeks (Paperback)
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Short Description for The Greeks This work explores what it meant to be Greek during the classical period of Greek civilization. Looking at a variety of social classes in regions such as Athens, Sparta, Arcadia and various Greek colonies, the text analyzes what made the Greek "different" in ways of acting, thinking and feeling.
- Published: 13 July 1995
- Format: Paperback 326 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780226853833 ISBN 10: 0226853837
- Sales rank: 1,061,326
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Who or what is referred to do by the term "ancient Greek"? A person from the Archaic period? The war hero celebrated by Homer? Or the fourth century BC "political animal" described by Aristotle? This work explores what it meant to be Greek during the classical period of Greek civilization. It offers portraits of typical Greek personages from regions such as Athens, Sparta, Arcadia, Thessaly, Epirus, the city-states of Asia Minor and the colonies of the Black Sea, southern Italy and Sicily. Looking at the citizen, the religious believer, the soldier, the servant, the peasant and others, the text analyzes what - in relationships with the divine, with nature, with others and with the self - made the Greek "different" in ways of acting, thinking and feeling.