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London: Arrow, 2008. Puts legend into historical context by suggesting that the Trojan War really did happen backed up by some new archaeological evidence. Very good clean paperback which appears unread. 258 pages including index. Next post UK dispatch.. Soft Cover. Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall., Arrow, 2008, Berkeley. 2001. University Of California Press. 1st Paperback Edition. Very Good In Wrappers. 256 pages. paperback. 0520231929. keywords: History Alexander The Great Greece Travel. inventory # 35408. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Between 334 and 324 B.C. the Macedonian army, led by Alexander the Great, marched relentlessly across Asia. An event of bravery and cruelty, endurance and greed, Alexander’s expedition was a turning point in human history. His conquest opened up contacts between Europe and Asia, unleashing astonishing historical energies that continue to affect the world today. This extraordinary book recreates Alexander’s 22,000 mile, ten-year expedition from Greece to India, following as much as possible the actual route of his journey. Historian Michael Wood traversed seventeen countries, trekking through the Zagros Mountains to find the lost site of Alexander’s battle at the ‘Persian Gates,’ drinking black tea in the Hindu Kush, listening to ancient stories of Sikander e Aazem, and crossing the Makran Desert with twenty-three camels. He traveled with Lebanese traders, Iranian pilgrims, Afghan guerrillas, and other local people on a journey that took him through many of the twentieth century’s major trouble spots, including Beirut and Kurdistan. Wood bases his account of Alexander’s conquest on the texts of Greek and Roman historians, but he also reconsiders the Greek adventure in terms of modern ideas on colonialism, orientalism, and racism. The Macedonian conquest, which has mainly been seen through Greek sources, is illuminated for the first time by medieval travelers’ narratives, newly discovered oracles, and prophecies on papyrus or clay tablet. At the heart of Wood’s powerful story is the towering, enigmatic character of Alexander the Great. He ascended the throne at twenty, conquered much of the known world before he was thirty, and was dead by the age of thirty-two. A ruthless politician, brilliant military tactician, devoted son, family man, lover of both women and men, Alexander was known for his extreme generosity as well as his ferocious cruelty. Following in the conqueror’s footsteps centuries later, Michael Wood overhears the words of the fabled Greek mermaid who calls to passing sailors: ‘Great Alexander still lives!’. Michael Wood is a writer and historian living in England. His book, In Search of the Trojan War (1989), was on The New York Times Best Seller list and accompanied a PBS television series. His other books include In Search of the Dark Ages and Domesday: A Search for the Roots of England. ISBN: 0520231929.

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Houghton Mifflin paperback (stiff pictorial card), 1984, 226 pages. Marketing secrets that could cost hundreds of dollars if paid for. Using classifieds, TV, radio, and more. 'A game plan to cut your costs, increase your profits and give you the winning edge.' Light corner and edge wear but fairly good. ISBN 0395383145., Berkeley. 2001. University Of California Press. 1st Paperback Edition. Very Good In Wrappers. 256 pages. paperback. 0520231929. keywords: History Alexander The Great Greece Travel. inventory # 35408. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Between 334 and 324 B.C. the Macedonian army, led by Alexander the Great, marched relentlessly across Asia. An event of bravery and cruelty, endurance and greed, Alexander’s expedition was a turning point in human history. His conquest opened up contacts between Europe and Asia, unleashing astonishing historical energies that continue to affect the world today. This extraordinary book recreates Alexander’s 22,000 mile, ten-year expedition from Greece to India, following as much as possible the actual route of his journey. Historian Michael Wood traversed seventeen countries, trekking through the Zagros Mountains to find the lost site of Alexander’s battle at the ‘Persian Gates,’ drinking black tea in the Hindu Kush, listening to ancient stories of Sikander e Aazem, and crossing the Makran Desert with twenty-three camels. He traveled with Lebanese traders, Iranian pilgrims, Afghan guerrillas, and other local people on a journey that took him through many of the twentieth century’s major trouble spots, including Beirut and Kurdistan. Wood bases his account of Alexander’s conquest on the texts of Greek and Roman historians, but he also reconsiders the Greek adventure in terms of modern ideas on colonialism, orientalism, and racism. The Macedonian conquest, which has mainly been seen through Greek sources, is illuminated for the first time by medieval travelers’ narratives, newly discovered oracles, and prophecies on papyrus or clay tablet. At the heart of Wood’s powerful story is the towering, enigmatic character of Alexander the Great. He ascended the throne at twenty, conquered much of the known world before he was thirty, and was dead by the age of thirty-two. A ruthless politician, brilliant military tactician, devoted son, family man, lover of both women and men, Alexander was known for his extreme generosity as well as his ferocious cruelty. Following in the conqueror’s footsteps centuries later, Michael Wood overhears the words of the fabled Greek mermaid who calls to passing sailors: ‘Great Alexander still lives!’. Michael Wood is a writer and historian living in England. His book, In Search of the Trojan War (1989), was on The New York Times Best Seller list and accompanied a PBS television series. His other books include In Search of the Dark Ages and Domesday: A Search for the Roots of England. . ISBN: 0520231929.

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Between 334 and 324 B.C. the Macedonian army, led by Alexander the Great, marched relentlessly across Asia. An event of bravery and cruelty, endurance and greed, Alexander's expedition was a turning point in human history. His conquest opened up contacts between Europe and Asia, unleashing astonishing historical energies that continue to affect the world today. This extraordinary book recreates Alexander's 22,000 mile, ten-year expedition from Greece to India, following as much as possible the actual route of his journey. Historian Michael Wood traversed seventeen countries, trekking through the Zagros Mountains to find the lost site of Alexander's battle at the "Persian Gates," drinking black tea in the Hindu Kush, listening to ancient stories of "Sikander e Aazem," and crossing the Makran Desert with twenty-three camels. He traveled with Lebanese traders, Iranian pilgrims, Afghan guerrillas, and other local people on a journey that took him through many of the twentieth century's major trouble spots, including Beirut and Kurdistan. Wood bases his account of Alexander's conquest on the texts of Greek and Roman historians, but he also reconsiders the Greek adventure in terms of modern ideas on colonialism, orientalism, and racism. The Macedonian conquest, which has mainly been seen through Greek sources, is illuminated for the first time by medieval travelers' narratives, newly discovered oracles, and prophecies on papyrus or clay tablet. At the heart of Wood's powerful story is the towering, enigmatic character of Alexander the Great. He ascended the throne at twenty, conquered much of the known world before he was thirty, and was dead by the age of thirty-two. A ruthless politician, brilliant military tactician, devoted son, family man, lover of both women and men, Alexander was known for his extreme generosity as well as his ferocious cruelty. Following in the conqueror's footsteps centuries later, Michael Wood overhears the words of the fabled Greek mermaid who calls to passing sailors: "Great Alexander still lives " In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great: A Journey from Greece to Asia Wood, Michael, University of California Press

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In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great: A Journey from Greece to Asia
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In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great: A Journey from Greece to Asia

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9780520231924

The historian who wrote the bestselling "In Search of the Trojan War" traverses 17 countries from Greece to Asia as he follows in the footsteps of Alexander the Great and "tells a glorious story with some very dark shadows" ("New York Times Book Review"). 112 photos, 52 in color. Maps. Size C

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780520231924
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0520231929
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2001
Herausgeber: UNIV OF CALIFORNIA PR
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Gewicht: 0,699 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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