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The Role of the Mageipoi in the Life of the Ancient Greeks: As Depicted in Greek Literature and Inscriptions

Edwin Moore Rankin

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Bokks about Modern Greek History begin with the achievement of independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1828, following the Greek War of Independence. In 1912 the Balkan League, which included Greece, declared war on the Ottoman Empire. Greece maintained neutrality during World War I, but fought the Greco-Turkish War (1919-22) following the Ottoman Empire's collapse. The country was occupied by Nazi Germany in World War 2, and suffered a civil war afterwards. Titles include: The History of Greece, A history of the Greek people (1821-1921), The Greek Islands and Turkey after the War, The Greek Question, The Greek Renaissance, and The Greeks and Their Detractors.

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The Classical Drama of ancient Greece has been preserved, as have many classical plays from ancient Roman society, and the Renaissance. Examples of classical and early drama include: Dramas of the Ancient World, The Trojan Women of Euripides, Oedipus, King of Thebes, The Prometheus of Æschylus, and The Ajax of Sophocles.

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Books about Travel in Greece discuss travel, tourism in Greece and the Greek islands, and land of ancient history seen as the cradle of Western Civilization. Titles include: Ein Ausflug nach Kerkyra und Athen: in vermehrter Auflage und neuen Reisebriefen, Incidents of Travel in Greece, Turkey, Russia, and Poland, in Two Volumes, Vol. I, Incidents of Travel in Greece, Turkey, Russia, and Poland, in Two Volumes, Vol. II, and Greek vignettes. A sail in the Greek seas, summer of 1877.

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