Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1992. Hardcover. VG (former owner name and year on first page, otherwise clean.). Navy cloth, gilt letters on spine, gilt decoration on front cover, tan & illus. dust jacket, 225 pp., BW figures. "The rich and splendid culture of the ancient Greks has often been describes as emerging like a miracle from a genius of its own, owing practically nothing to its neighbors. Walter Burkert offers a decisive argument against that distorted view, replacing it with a balanced picture of the archaic period 'in which, under the influence of the Semitic East, Greek culture began its unique flowering, soon to assume cultural hegemony in the Mediterranean.'" (dj). (Inventory #: 155964)
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