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Greek fire

Winston Graham

Greek fire

by Winston Graham

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Published by Bodley Head in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementWinston Graham.
The Physical Object
Pagination239p. ;
Number of Pages239
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22332359M
ISBN 100370014170

GREEK FIRE, POISON ARROWS, & SCORPION BOMBS: Biological and Chemical Warfare in the Ancient World Adrienne Mayor, Author. Overlook $ (p) ISBN Buy this book This dense. First Edition. First edition. xvi, pp., a frontispiece and 21 other black and white illustrations. This book first discusses the various views of the nature of Greek fire and offers what the author believes to be a final solution of the problem which has some bearing on .

Get this from a library! Greek fire. [Oliver Taplin] -- Explores the ways in which the modern world has been inspired by, reacted against and changed by Greek culture. He demonstrates why a new view of the Greek ideal is surfacing today. Jan 13,  · Greek Fire. George Lascou to Anya Stonaris. Even against the superb backdrop of Greek architectural wonders like the Acropolis, Eleusis, Arakhova, Parnassus and Delphi, and with a generous dosage of Greek history to go along with it, the first half feels slow and somewhat like a tour guide.

Greek Fire is a vivid, poetic retelling of the Greek myths. This book will take you on a fascinating journey back in time to uncover the stories of the gods, heroes, and monsters of ancient Greece. Included in this book are some of the greatest stories ever told including the labours of Heracles, the tragedy of Medusa and the punishment of. Gates of Fire is a work of historical fiction by Steven Pressfield centered around the famous Battle of Thermopylae ( BC), in which a heavily-outnumbered force of native Greeks led by the Spartans held the invading army of the Persian Empire at bay for several days. Despite their eventual defeat, the Greek forces became renowned for.


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