The Cambridge Ancient History. Volume VI : Macedon, 401-301 B.C.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1969. Later printing. Thick octavo (oversized) Brick-red cloth binding with dust jacket. Gilt upper page edges, lettering on spine and decoration on front cover. Slight wear to edges and corners of boards and dj. Dj flap clipped at bottom and top, but CUP price sticker is on the flap 648 pages with foldout maps, tables, genealogical charts, footnotes, bibliographies, and 3 indices. A detailed look at the rise of Macedonia from the time of Philip and Alexander to the fracturing of Alexander's empire with the defeat of Antigonus at Ipsus. There are also chapters on Persia, the era of Spartan and Theban ascendancy in Greece, and Dionysius of Sicily. Special shipping rates for this work due to its size. Item #8002

Thick octavo (oversized) Brick-red cloth binding with dust jacket. Gilt upper page edges, lettering on spine and decoration on front cover. Slight wear to edges and corners of boards and dj. Dj flap clipped at the bottom, but price remains on upper corner,

Price: $45.00

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