[share_ebook] The Story of the Greeks (Yesterday’s Classics) - H. A. Guerber


Author: H. A. Guerber

Date: 2006

Pages: 388

Publisher: Yesterday's Classics

Category: Study


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The Story of the Greeks (Yesterday’s Classics)


The Story of the Greeks (Yesterday’s Classics)
H. A. Guerber | Yesterday's Classics | 2006 | 388 pages | English | EPUB

Elementary history of Greece, made up principally of stories about persons, giving at the same time a clear idea of the most important events in the ancient world and calculated to enforce the lessons of perseverance, courage, patriotism, and virtue that are taught by the noble lives described. Beginning with the legends of Jason, Theseus, and events surrounding the Trojan War, the narrative moves on to present the contrasting city-states of Sparta and Athens, the war against Persia, their conflicts with each other, the feats of Alexander the Great, and annexation by Rome. Suitable for ages 10 to 14.


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