THE ANCIENT WORLD: Manners and Morals by Jack Lindsay

THE ANCIENT WORLD: Manners and Morals

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The lively use of original sources--letters, plays, speeches, graffiti--translated by the author makes this a vivid (as well as scholarly) social history of Greek culture. Lindsay has written numerous works including Catullus and Song of a Falling World. Here he begins with Minoan and Mycenean Greece, continues through the great classical and Hellenic periods, and concludes with the twilight of Byzantium.

Pub Date: Oct. 23rd, 1968
Publisher: Putnam