Series: Internet-linked history encyclopedias
By Jane Chisholm
A fascinating guide to Ancient Greek civilisation from the Minoans to Alexander's empire.
Includes information on the key figures, battles and geography of the Ancient Greek empire, as well gods and goddesses, the Olympic games and the day-to-day life of its citizens.
Features stunning photographs and illustrations, a comprehensive factfinder section with a time chart, who’s who and glossary, making it perfect for reference use. Internet links to websites with virtual tours, reconstructions and more information.
Jane has worked at Usborne Publishing for over 35 years, joining the publisher in Covent Garden – before the tourists came – where their offices looked onto the grand dining rooms of the Garrick Club. She grew up in the middle of a forest in Sussex, where she and her siblings spent their childhood building tree houses and pretending to be the Famous Five, and in cities all over the world from Berlin to Moscow to Singapore. Before university, she spent a year in southern Africa, mostly in Botswana, assisting the social worker in a small town and camping out in the Kalahari Desert. A graduate in history, as Editorial Director at Usborne, she oversees a large team working on children’s books about absolutely everything.
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