One of the greatest Western civilizations, Greece was a center for both religion and culture for many years. Its many cultural contributions include the early-day pan-Hellenic games in Olympus and the development of a new alphabet.
Bargallo i Chaves, Eva, 1960-
J 938 BARGALL
Alexander the Great rocks the world
A real-life hero, Alexander is one of the most powerful and flawed characters in world history. His successes are legendary, and even he thought he was more god than man.
JB ALEXAND SHECTER
Life in a Greek temple
Who were the ancient Greeks? -- Gods and goddesses -- How temples were built -- Inside temples -- Priests and priestesses -- Working in a temple -- Worshiping at home -- Festivals -- Food and drink -- Theatres -- The Olympic Games -- Oracles -- Special temples.
J 292.35 SHUTER
How to be an Ancient Greek athlete
Simple text and illustrations describe the athletic activities of ancient Greece, focusing on the training that Athenian athletes would have received.
J 796.0938 MORLEY
Life in a Greek trading port
Have you ever wondered what it was like to live in ancient times? In Life in a Greek Trading Port, discover how people lived in ports in ancient Greece. Look at the different buildings and what they were used for. Learn about boats the Greeks sailed, the goods they traded, the clothes they wore, and the food they ate. Then use a recipe to make a popular food from the time-coriander fish!
Wise guy : the life and philosophy of Socrates
Unfolding through cheerful illustrations and a two-tiered text, details about the Greek philosopher's life and times are explained in this book that chronicles the origins of Western philosophy.