The Warrior Role in Greek Society
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Student Annotated Bibliography
Connolly, Peter. The Greek Armies: Morristown: Silver Burdett Company, 1979.
Provides students with easy to read and comprehend material which covers weaponry, battle tactics, fortifications, and the historic battle of Salamis.
Gay, Kathlyn. Science in Ancient Greece: New York: Franklin Watts, 1988.
Provides students with knowledge of ancient Greek advancements and contributions in the areas of philosophy, astronomy, mathematics and geometry, geography, and, physicians and anatomists.
Grant, Neil. The Greeks: How They Lived: New York: Brian Trodd Publishing House Limited, 1990.
Provides students easy to understand concepts which describe the basic aspects of ancient Greek society and culture.
Gibson, Michael. Gods, Men & Monsters: New York: Peter Bedrick Books, 1977.
Provides both teachers and students with a detailed account of various mythology. This book provides readers a unique opportunity to learn how Greek history was influenced by religious beliefs.
Mellersch, H., E., L. Minoan Crete: Life In Ancient Lands: New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1967.
Provides students with an in depth knowledge of all aspects of ancient Minoan Crete culture. Particular attention is given to artifacts discovered at Knossos.
Warren, Peter. The Aegean Civilizations: The Making of the Past: New York: Peter Bedrick Books, l989.
Provides students with a detailed knowledge of ancient Greek life in the Bronze age. Detailed colored prints of masks, settlements, frescos, and sculpture, aid student comprehension of written material.
Windrow, Martin. The Greek Hoplite: New York: Franklin Watts Ltd., 1985.
Provides students knowledge of all aspects of Greek warfare; weaponry, training, tactics, and military life.