Ancient Greece: A Political, Social, and Cultural History

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LIST OF
MAPS AND
BATTLE PLANS
Greece and the Aegean Worldxxviii-xxix
Mycenaean sites in the thirteenth century BC26
Greek Colonization: 750-500 BC91
The Agora in the Archaic period, c. 500 BC, showing the earliest buildings115
Peloponnesus135
Attica177
The Persian Empire in the Reign of Darius183
The Persian Wars195
The Athenian Empire206
Sicily and southern Italy248
Alliances at the outset of the Peloponnesian War256-257
Theaters of operation during the Peloponnesian War290
Diagram of Syracuse and Epipolae308
Macedonia and its Neighbors374
Alexander's Campaign396-397
Plan of the Battle of Issus406
Plan of the Battle of Gaugamela413
The Greek view of the inhabited world419
The Hellenistic World444-445

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