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THE GREEK STONES SPEAK : The Story of Archaeology in Greek Lands (mentor ME1297) by  Paul MacKendrick - Paperback - First Edition, 3rd Printing - 1966 - from 100 POCKETS and

THE GREEK STONES SPEAK : The Story of Archaeology in Greek Lands (mentor ME1297)

by MacKendrick, Paul

Condition: VERY GOOD/None as Issued

New York, NY: Mentor/New American Library, 1966. Text/NEW, showing faint margin discoloration. Softcover/Good; sound w/edge & surface rubs, and creasing to lower front corner. A cultural history enriched through archaeological findings. 8, well illustrated, chapters: 1, The Aegean in Prehistory (to 1900 B.C.); 2, "Mycenae, Rich in Gold": Greece in the Later Bronze Age (1900-1125 B.C.); 3, Mycenaean Athens, the Dorian Invasion, Protogeometric, Geometric (1250-700 B.C); 4, The Lyric Age: Greece & the West (700-480 B.C.); 5, The Classic Age: Greece & the West (480-400 B.C.); 6, The 4th Century; 7, The Hellenistic Age (323-146 B.C.); and 8, The Greek World under Roman Sway (146 B.C.-A.D. 267). First Edition, 3rd Printing. Soft Cover. VERY GOOD/None as Issued.


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