Our Hellenic Heritage - Vol. 1

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OUR HELLENIC HERITAGE

BY H. R. JAMES; M.A. SOMETIME PRINCIPAL, PRESIDENCY COLLEGE, CALCUTTA

VOL. I PART I. THE GREAT EPICS PART II. THE STRUGGLE WITH PERSIA

WITH MAPS AND ILLUSTRATIONS

MACMILLAN AND CO., LIMITED ST. MARTIN'S STREET, LONDON 1921

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Our Hellenic Heritage - Vol. 1
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • List of Illustrations xv
  • Note on Translations Used. *
  • Part I. The Great Epics 1
  • Chapter I - The Gifts of Hellas 3
  • Chapter II - The Land and the People 16
  • Chapter III - Gods and Heroes 35
  • Chapter IV - Gods and Heroes (continued) 59
  • Chapter V - The Tale of Troy 76
  • Chapter VI - Ilium and Mycenae 105
  • Chapter VII - The Story of Odysseus 132
  • Chapter VIII - The Story of Odysseus (continued) 159
  • Part II. The Struggle with Persia 195
  • Chapter IX - Ionians and Dorians and the Hellenic City-State 197
  • Chapter X - Sparta and Athens 219
  • Chapter XI - The Peril from the East 255
  • Chapter XII - Marathon 279
  • Chapter XIII - Thermopylae 298
  • Chapter XIV - Salamis 330
  • Chapter XV - Plataea 355
  • Chapter XVI - The Great Deliverance 378
  • Index 394
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