By R. E Wycherley
Interpreting the monuments of Athens in gentle of literature, R. E. Wycherley brings prior to us the town the ancients knew. Philosophers, statesmen, tourists, dramatists, poets, deepest citizens--the phrases of a lot of these recommend how town checked out numerous sessions, how its monuments got here to be outfitted, and the way they served the folks in everyday life. Professor Wycherley concentrates at the classical interval, illustrating his paintings with plans, reconstructions, and photographs.
Originally released in 1978.
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