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Justin Marozzi, Evening Standard Review from previous edition Paul Cartledge, Cambridge don and doyen of Classicists, once again shows why he is the surest and most engaging guide tot he ancient world. 'Ancient Greece: A history in Eleven Cities' is a tremendously readable tour d'horizon that goes far beyond Athens and Sparta to explore the roots of Greek civilisation.
Simon Hornblower, co-editor of iThe Oxford Companion to Classical Civilizationr Paul Cartledge has here pulled off a remarkably clever feat of compression and organization, and will once again place very many readers in his debt. Brilliantly carried through.
Sir John Boardman, co-editor of iThe Oxford History of Greece and the Hellenistic Worldr A wonderfully concise - and witty - introduction to an ever-popular subject.
Peter Stothard, Wall Street Journal A rare work, a compelling historical narrative that is also a useful guidebook
Tim Rood, Times Literary Supplement Cartledge's success lies in his ability to negotiate a path between similarity and difference; with proper scholarly detachment, he stresses how different the Greeks were; with an eye to broader historical trajectories, he reflects on the grounds for their continuing fascination.
Peter Stothard, Wall Street Journal A rare work, a compelling historical narrative.
Tom Holland, BBC History Thoroughly stimulating book.
Peter Jones, Literary Review Cartledge is master of his subject.
Justin Marozzi, Evening Standard Paul Cartledge... once again shows why he is the surest and most engaging guide to the ancient world.
Justin Marozzi, Evening Standard A tremendously readable tour d'horizon that goes far beyond Athens and Sparta to explore the roots of Greek civilization.
Charlotte Higgins, The Guardian There are many pleasures to be had along Cartledge's mind-broadening route through time and space.
<br>Paul Cartledge is the inaugural A.G. Leventis Professor of Greek Culture at the University of Cambridge.<br>
1. Introduction; 2. Knossos; 3. Mycenae; 4. Argos; 5. Sparta; 6. Massalia; 7. Miletos; 8. Athens; 9. Thebes; 10. Alexandria; 11. Byzantium; 12. Conclusion; Preface; Glossary; Timeline