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The Story of Greece by  Mary Macgregor

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The Story of Greece
by Mary Macgregor
Stories from the history of ancient Greece beginning with mythical and legendary stories of gods and heroes and ending with the conquests of Alexander the Great. Gives short accounts of battles and sieges, and of the men who made Greece a great nation.  Ages 10-14
505 pages $16.95   




Achilles and Briseis the Faircheeked
Acrisius Is Killed by Perseus
Alcibiades Escapes to Sparta
Alcibiades Praises Socrates
Alcibiades Returns to Athens
Alcibiades the Favourite of Athens
Alexander Burns Persepolis
Alexander Is Wounded
Alexander Slays His Foster-Brother
Alexander and Bucephalus
Alexander and Diogenes
Amphipolus Surrenders to Brasidas
Andromeda and the Sea-Monster
Antiochus Disobeys Alcibiades
Argus the Hound Dies
Aristides Is Ostracised
Aristomenes and the Fox
The Athenian Army Is Destroyed
The Athenians Take Salamis
Attica Is Invaded by the Spartans
The Battle of Artemisium
The Battle of Crimisus
The Battle of Gaugamela
The Battle of Granicus
The Battle of Leuctra
The Battle of Marathon
The Battle of Plataea
The Battle of Salamis
The Battle of Thermopylae
The Birth of Athene
The Bow of Odysseus
Brasidas Loses His Shield
Brasidas the Spartan
"The Bravest Men of All Hellas"
The Bridge of Boats
The City of Athens
Cylon Fails to Make Himself Tyrant
Danae and Her Little Son
Darius Demands Earth and Water
Darius Gallops from the Battlefield
Darius Rewards Histiaeus
The Death of Alexander
The Death of Epaminondas
The Death of Hector
The Delian League
Demosthenes Wishes to Become an Orator
Demosthenes in the Temple of Poseidon
Demosthenes the Greatest Orator of Athens
The Dream of Xerxes
The Eloquence of Pericles
The Gordian Knot
The Great God Pan
Great Men of Athens
Harmodius and Aristogiton
Hector and Andromache
The Helots
Histiaeus Shaves the Head of His Slave
The Horses of Achilles
Icetes Tries to Slay Timoleon
The Images of Hermes Are Destroyed
The Land of Hellas
The Last King of Athens
The Last Words of Pericles
The Law of Ostracism
Lycurgus Returns to Sparta
Lycurgus and His Little Nephew
The March of the Ten Thousand
Menelaus and Paris Do Battle
Miltiades Sails to the Island of Paros
Odysseus Escapes from the Cave
Odysseus Returns to Ithaca
The Olympian Games
Pelopidas and Epaminondas
Pericles and Elpinice
Pisistratus Becomes Tyrant
Polyphemus the Giant
Porus and His Elephant
The Purple Flowers
The Quest of Perseus
The Sacred War
The Sandal Sewn by Histiaeus
Sardis Is Destroyed
The Sentence of Death
The Seven Conspirators
The Siege of Plataea
The Siege of Syracuse
The Six Pomegranate Seeds
Socrates the Philosopher
Solon Frees the Slaves
The Spartans Surrender
Thebans Attack the Plataeans
Themistocles Deceives the Spartans
Themistocles Is Ostracised
Themistocles Tricks the Admirals
Themistocles Urges Eurybiades to Stay at Salamis
Timoleon Sends Dionysius to Corinth
Training of the Spartans
The Two Brothers
The Two Weavers
Tyre Is Stormed by Alexander
The Walls of Athens Are Destroyed
Xerxes Orders the Hellespont to Be Scourrged

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