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Finley, M. I., The Ancient Greeks, Penguin Books, 1991.

The Ancient Greeks is a reader-friendly, while historically
accurate, book about the ancient Greeks. It covers the Greek
classical period and includes discussions on Greek literature,
science, philosophy, architecture, sculpture and painting.


Hytier, Jean, "The Classicism of the Classics," translated by June Guicharnaud, in Yale French Studies, No. 38, 1967, pp. 5-17.

"The Classicism of the Classics" is an interesting
consideration of what defines a French classic. The
authors look to the history of French literature to
help them reach some rather interesting conclusions.


Livy, The Early History of Rome, translated by Aubrey De Sélincourt, Penguin Books, 1960.

Titus Livius (Livy) appears to have composed The
Early History of Rome
over a period of forty or more
years during the last years of the Roman Republic
and the early years of the Roman Empire. He has
been praised for his vivid...


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