|Publication Date||May 29, 2012|
George Grote (17 November 1794 – 18 June 1871) English classical historian, best known for his major work, the voluminous History of Greece, in twelfe volumes
In this Volume, the Third, as the Contents tells, Grote reviews the state of the Civilization in the days before the great struggle of the Millennium, Greek versus Persians. To those who are perfectly acquainted with the Empires of the Middle East and their successions Grote adds no much, but his connecting the entire area,West and East, and in a single picture gives to this Volume a very special dimension. His narrative is, as always, powerful
and enjoyable. Don't miss it.
THE AGE OF THE DESPOTS AND THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE WESTERN COLONIES
CHAPTER IX.- CORINTH, SICYON, AND MEGARA. AGE OF THE GRECIAN DESPOTS.
CHAPTER X.- IONIC PORTION OF HELLAS.—ATHENS BEFORE SOLON
CHAPTER XI.- SOLONIAN LAWS AND CONSTITUTION.
CHAPTER XII.- EUBOEA. CYCLADES.
CHAPTER XIII.- ASIATIC IONIANS.
CHAPTER XIV.- AEOLIC GREEKS IN ASIA.
CHAPTER XV.- ASIATIC DORIANS.
CHAPTER XVI.- NATIVES OF ASIA MINOR WITH WHOM THE GREEKS BECAMECONNECTED.
CHAPTER XVII.- LYDIANS. CIMMERIANS. SCYTHIANS
CHAPTER XVIII.- PHOENICIANS
CHAPTER XIX.- ASSYRIANS. BABYLON
CHAPTER XX.- EGYPTIANS.
CHAPTER XXI.- DECLINE OF THE PHENICIANS. GROWTH OF CARTHAGE.
CHAPTER XXII.- WESTERN COLONIES OF GREECE IN EPIRUS, ITALY, SICILY, AND GAUL.
CHAPTER XXIII.- GRECIAN COLONIES IN AND NEAR EPIRUS.
CHAPTER XXIV.- AKARNANIANS. EPIROTS.