Bolti ár: 4630 Ft
Internetes ár: 4167 Ft (10% kedvezmény)
Kiadás éve: 2007
Kiadó: Oxford University Press
Kategóriák: Történelem/ókor, Szótárak
Over 2,500 accessible, user-friendly A-Z entries on the most significant aspects of the classical world
Fascinating insight into the attitudes of the ancient Greeks and Romans towards key elements of everyday life, including science, the arts, politics, religion and mythology, philosophy, and social and family life
Comprehensive articles on central figures, both real and mythological, from Apollo, Hadrian, and Herodotus, to Caesar, Ovid, and Zeus
Invaluable chronology charting the developments of Greece and the East alongside Rome and the West, spanning 776 BC - AD 180
Useful maps, a quick-reference two-way gazetteer, and a comprehensive essay on money and its value in the classical world
An approachable and affordable abridgement of the highly acclaimed Oxford Classical Dictionary
Authoritative, wide-ranging, and unrivalled in its accessibility, The Oxford Dictionary of the Classical World is a concise and lucid survey of life in ancient Greece and Rome, spanning 776 BC - AD 180, from the first Olympic games to the death of Marcus Aurelius. An approachable, user-friendly abridgement of the highly acclaimed Oxford Classical Dictionary , this book offers over 2,500 A-Z entries on aspects of life in the classical world, from politics, medicine, philosophy, art, and architecture, to history, myth and religion, mathematics, and literature, with biographical entries on the important individuals - both real and mythological - of the period.
Appendices include a clear and comprehensive account of money and its value in the classical world; a chronology of events across Greece and the east and Rome and the west; maps; and a two-way quick-reference gazetteer.
This invaluable resource for students and teachers of classics and classical civilization is affordable and quick and easy to use, as well as being a fascinating guide for anyone interested in learning more about the foundations of Western culture.
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