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    roman, classical, greek, great and most.
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  • This product had a total of 76 reviews as of our last analysis date on Mar 20 2020.
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Superb book! Highly recommended


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    Lane defines the classical world as (page 1) .


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    Lane says (page 2): .


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    The next time period is what fox refers to as the classical greek world.


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    Under hadrian, according to fox (page 571): .


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    Similarly, fox was able to make alexander both comprehensible and accessible, wading through a multitude of conflicting sources and eons of contradictory scholarship.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Robin lane fox has written an engaging and very readable survey of ancient greek and roman history.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Lane fox makes some oddly anachronistic points when describing athenian political life; while fourth century bc athens is the earliest known functioning democracy, with the vote of citizens the ultimate and only stamp of sovereignty, he still makes the point that athens was a slave owning society and that slaves, women and foreigners, however long resident, didn't have the vote.


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    Actually athens was more democratic and inclusive than the later republics since there was no class or property owning qualification for voting and citizenship.

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