Synopses & Reviews
Drawing on the latest research into ancient, medieval and modern history, this single-volume traces the history of Greek culture and societies from the Bronze Age to the Present. Written for the general reader and undergraduate student, it examines the continuities and changes across the entirety of Greek history.
About the Author
Nicholas Doumanis lecturers in World History at the University of New South Wales . He has published on Greek history, Australian immigrant history, and world history.
Table of Contents
Prehistory to Archaic
Classical Era: 480-338 BC
Great Kings and Cities: 338-30 BC
The Greek Roman Empire I: 30 BC-527
The Greek Roman Empire II: 527-1180
Franks and Ottomans: 1180-1700
The Making of Modern Greece: 1700-1911
The Age of Extremes: Greece's Twentieth Century