Daily Life in Ancient Greece (Daily Life in Ancient Civilizations)
Extreame Savings Item! Save 45% on the Daily Life in Ancient Greece (Daily Life in Ancient Civilizations) by Heinemann at Cmc Schools. MPN: illustrations. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. This book explores what life was really like for everyday people in Ancient Greece. Using primary sources and information from archeological discoveries, it uncovers some fascinating insights and explodes some myths. Supported by timelines, maps and references to important events and people, children will really feel they are on a time-travelling journey when reading this book..
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This book explores what life was really like for everyday people in Ancient Greece. Using primary sources and information from archeological discoveries, it uncovers some fascinating insights and explodes some myths. Supported by timelines, maps and references to important events and people, children will really feel they are on a time-travelling journey when reading this book..
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0.4 x 10.4 x 7 inches
7.72 x 0.51 x 9.29 inches
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