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Bibliography of Greece

This bibliography of Greece is a list of books in the English language which reliable sources indicate relate to the general topic of Greece.

  • Alexander, Caroline - The war that killed Achilles: the true story of Homer's Iliad.[1]
  • Alexander the Great: a new history.[2]
  • Alexander the Great: selected texts from Arrian, Curtius and Plutarch.[3]
  • Annas, Julia - Ancient philosophy: a very short introduction.[4]
  • Annas, Julia - Plato: a very short introduction.[5]
  • Aristotle - Politics.[6]
  • Armstrong, Karen - The great transformation: the beginning of our religious traditions.[7]
  • Atsaides, Susie - Greek generations: a medley of ethnic recipes, folklore, and village traditions.[8]
  • Bagnall, Nigel - The Peloponnesian War: Athens, Sparta and the struggle for Greece.[9]
  • Barnes, Jonathan - Aristotle: a very short introduction.[10]
  • Beard, Mary - The Parthenon.[11]
  • Beaton, Roderick - George Seferis: waiting for the angel: a biography.[12]
  • Barard, Claude - A city of images: iconography and society in ancient Greece.[13]
  • Bernal, Martin - Black Athena writes back: Martin Bernal responds to his critics.[14]
  • Bertman, Stephen - The genesis of science: the story of Greek imagination.[15]
  • Billows, Richard A. - Marathon: the battle that changed western civilization.[16]
  • Bowden, Hugh - Mystery cults of the ancient world.[17]
  • Bowlby, Linda S. - Renaissance woman: a study of women's roles throughout history with accompanying works of art.[18]
  • Bradford, Ernie - Thermopylae: the battle for the West.[19]
  • Brewer, David - Greece, the hidden centuries: Turkish rule from the fall of Constantinople to Greek independence.[20]
  • Broad, William J. - The oracle: ancient Delphi and the science behind its lost secrets.[21]
  • Budin, Stephanie Lynn - The ancient Greeks: an introduction.[22]
  • Burckhardt, Jacob - The Greeks and Greek civilization.[23]
  • Buxton, R. G. A. - The complete world of Greek mythology.[24]
  • Cahill, Thomas - Sailing the wine-dark sea: why the Greeks matter.[25]
  • Camp, John - The Athenian Agora: excavations in the heart of classical Athens.[26]
  • Camp, John - The world of the ancient Greeks.[27]
  • Cantor, Norman F. - Alexander the Great: journey to the end of the earth.[28]
  • Cantor, Norman F. - Antiquity: from the birth of Sumerian civilization to the fall of the Roman Empire.[29]
  • Capponi, Niccolo - The victory of the west: the great Christian-Muslim clash at the battle of Lepanto.[30]
  • Carroll, Michael - An island in Greece: on the shores of Skopelos.[31]
  • Cartledge, Paul - Alexander the Great: the hunt for a new past.[32]
  • Cartledge, Paul - Ancient Greece: a history in eleven cities.[33]
  • Cartledge, Paul - The Spartans: the world of the warrior-heroes of ancient Greece, from utopia to crisis and collapse.[34]
  • Cartledge, Paul - Thermopylae: the battle that changed the world.[35]
  • Castleden, Rodney - Minoans: life in Bronze Age Crete.[36]
  • Castleden, Rodney - Mycenaeans.[37]
  • [38]
  • Connelly, Joan Breton - Portrait of a priestess: women and ritual in ancient Greece.[39]
  • Connolly, Peter - Greece and Rome at war.[40]
  • Cottrell, Leonard - The bull of Minos: the great discoveries of ancient Greece.[41]
  • Crane, David - Lord Byron's jackal: a life of Edward John Trelawny.[42]
  • Crowley, Roger - Empires of the sea: the siege of Malta, the Battle of Lepanto, and the contest for the center of the world.[43]
  • Cunliffe, Barry W. - The extraordinary voyage of Pytheas the Greek.[44]
  • Curtis, Gregory - Disarmed: the story of the Venus de Milo.[45]
  • Dalby, Andrew - Rediscovering Homer: inside the origins of the epic.[46]
  • Davidson, James N. - Courtesans & fishcakes: the consuming passions of classical Athens.[47]
  • Davidson, James N. - The Greeks and Greek love: a bold new exploration of the ancient world.[48]
  • Davis, L. J. - Onassis: Aristotle and Christina.[49]
  • Dempster, Nigel - Heiress: the story of Christina Onassis.[50]
  • Dinsmoor, William Bell - The architecture of ancient Greece: an account of its historic development.[51]
  • Dodge, Theodore Ayrault - Alexander: a history of the origin and growth of the art of war from the earliest times to the Battle of Ipsus, 301 BC, with a detailed account of the campaigns of the great Macedonian.[52]
  • Doherty, P. C. - The death of Alexander the Great: what -- or who --really killed the young conqueror of the known world?[53]
  • Durando, Furio - Ancient Greece: the dawn of the Western world.[54]
  • Durrell, Lawrence - Blue thirst.[55]
  • Durrell, Lawrence - The Greek Islands.[56]
  • Durrell, Lawrence - The Lawrence Durrell travel reader.[57]
  • Durrell, Lawrence - Prospero's cell: a guide to the landscape and manners of the island of Corcyra.[58]
  • Durrell, Lawrence - Reflections on a marine Venus: a companion to the landscape of Rhodes.[59]
  • Emerson, Mary - Greek sanctuaries: an introduction.[60]
  • Evans, Peter - Ari: the life and times of Aristotle Socrates Onassis.[61]
  • Evans, Peter - Nemesis: the true story of Aristotle Onassis, Jackie O, and the love triangle that brought down the Kennedys.[62]
  • Ferguson, Kitty - The music of Pythagoras: how an ancient brotherhood cracked the code of the universe and lit the path from antiquity to outer space.[63]
  • Fermor, Patrick Leigh - Mani: Travels in the Southern Peloponnese[64]
  • Fermor, Patrick Leigh - Roumeli: travels in northern Greece.[65]
  • Fields, Nic - Ancient Greek fortifications 500--300 BC.[66]
  • Fone, Byrne R. S. - Homophobia: a history.[67]
  • Foreman, Laura - Alexander the conqueror: the epic story of the warrior king.[68]
  • Fox, Robin Lane - Alexander the Great.[69]
  • Fox, Robin Lane - Travelling heroes: in the epic age of Homer.[70]
  • France, Peter - A place of healing for the soul: Patmos.[71]
  • Freely, John - Aladdin's lamp: how Greek science came to Europe through the Islamic world.[72]
  • Freeman, Charles - The Greek achievement: the foundation of the Western world.[73]
  • Freeman, Philip - The philosopher and the Druids: a journey among the ancient Celts.[74]
  • Freke, Timothy - The Jesus mysteries: Was the 'Original Jesus' a Pagan God?[75]
  • Fuller, J. F. C. - The generalship of Alexander the Great.[76]
  • Gage, Eleni N. - North of Ithaka: a journey home through a family's extraordinary past.[77]
  • Gage, Nicholas - Eleni.[78]
  • Gage, Nicholas - Greek fire: the story of Maria Callas and Aristotle Onassis.[79]
  • Gage, Nicholas - A place for us.[80]
  • Gere, Cathy - Knossos and the prophets of modernism.[81]
  • Gere, Cathy - The tomb of Agamemnon.[82]
  • Gerolymatos, Andre - Red acropolis, black terror: the Greek Civil War and the origins of Soviet-American rivalry.[83]
  • Glatt, John - Blind passion: a true story of seduction, obsession, and murder.[84]
  • Grainger, John D. - Alexander the great failure: the collapse of the Macedonian Empire.[85]
  • Grant, Michael - The founders of the western world: a history of Greece and Rome.[86]
  • Grant, Michael - The rise of the Greeks.[87]
  • Grant, Michael - The visible past: an archaeological reinterpretation of the ancient world.[88]
  • The great naturalists.[89]
  • Greece: temples, tombs, & treasures.[90]
  • Greece: true stories.[91]
  • Green, Peter - Alexander of Macedon, 356-323 B.C.: a historical biography.[92]
  • Green, Peter - Ancient Greece: an illustrated history.[93]
  • Green, Peter - The Hellenistic age: a history.[94]
  • Green, Roger - Hydra and the bananas of Leonard Cohen: a search for serenity in the sun.[95]
  • Hale, John R. - Lords of the sea: the epic story of the Athenian navy and the birth of democracy.[96]
  • Hamel, Debra - Trying Neaira: The True Story of a Courtesan's Scandalous Life in Ancient Greece.[97]
  • Hamilton, Edith - The Greek way.[98]
  • Hanson, Victor Davis - A War Like No Other: How the Athenians and Spartans Fought the Peloponnesian War.[99]
  • Hanson, Victor Davis - Ripples of Battle: How Wars Fought Long Ago Still Determine How We Fight, How We Live, and How We Think.[100]
  • Hanson, Victor Davis - The Wars of the Ancient Greeks: And the Invention of Western Military Culture.[101]
  • Hanson, Victor Davis - The Other Greeks: The Family Farm and the Agrarian Roots of Western Civilization[102]
  • Harrison, Thomas - Greek religion: belief and experience.[103]
  • Herodotus - The Histories. [104][105]
  • Herodotus - Snakes with wings and gold-digging ants.[106]
  • Higgins, Charlotte - It's All Greek to Me: from Homer to the Hippocratic Oath, how Ancient Greece has shaped our world.[107]
  • Hill, Maria - Diggers and Greeks: the Australian campaigns in Greece and Crete.[108]
  • Hillman, D. C. A. - The chemical muse: drug use and the roots of Western civilization.[109]
  • Hirshfeld, Alan - Eureka man: the life and legacy of Archimedes.[110]
  • Hitchens, Christopher - The Elgin marbles: should they be returned to Greece?[111]
  • Hoffman, Susanna - The olive and the caper: adventures in Greek cooking.[112]
  • Holland, Tom - Persian Fire: The First World Empire and the Battle for the West.[113]
  • Homer - The Odyssey.[114]
  • Hopkins, T. C. F. - Confrontation at Lepanto: Christendom vs. Islam.[115]
  • Hughes, Bettany - Helen of Troy: Goddess, Princess, Whore.[116]
  • Huler, Scott - No man's lands: one man's odyssey through The Odyssey.[117]
  • Kagan, Donald - The Peloponnesian War.[118]
  • Kagan, Donald - Pericles of Athens and the birth of democracy.[119]
  • Kagan, Donald - Thucydides: the reinvention of history.[120]
  • Kakis, Frederic J. - Legacy of courage: a Holocaust survival story in Greece.[121]
  • Keuls, Eva C. - The reign of the phallus: sexual politics in ancient Athens.[122]
  • Kidd, Sue Monk - Traveling with Pomegranates: a mother daughter story.[123]
  • Kirtsoglou, Elisabeth - For the love of women: gender, identity and same-sex relations in a Greek provincial town.[124]
  • Kulukundis, Elias - The feasts of memory: stories of a Greek family.[125]
  • Kurke, Lance B. - The wisdom of Alexander the Great: enduring leadership lessons from the man who created an empire.[126]
  • Lawrence, A. W. - Greek architecture.[127]
  • Leon, Vicki - How to mellify a corpse: and other human stories of ancient science & superstition.[128]
  • Lloyd, Alan - Marathon: the story of civilizations on collision course.[129]
  • Lundberg, David - Olympic wandering: time travel through Greece.[130]
  • MacKendrick, Paul Lachlan - The Greek Stones Speak: the story of archaeology in Greek lands.[131]
  • Marchand, Jo - Decoding the heavens: a 2,000-year-old computer -- and the century-long search to discover its secrets.[132]
  • Martin, Thomas R. - Ancient Greece: from prehistoric to Hellenistic times.[133]
  • Mason, David - News from the Village: Aegean friends.[134]
  • Matyszak, Philip - The classical compendium: a miscellany of scandalous gossip, bawdy jokes, peculiar facts, and bad behavior from the ancient Greeks and Romans.[135]
  • Mazower, Mark - Salonica, City of Ghosts: Christians, Muslims, and Jews, 1430-1950.[136]
  • Mazur, Joseph - The Motion Paradox: The 2,500-Year-Old Puzzle Behind All the Mysteries of Time and Space.[137]
  • Michas, Takis - Unholy Alliance: Greece and Milosevic's Serbia.[138]
  • Miller, Stephen G. - Ancient Greek athletics.[139]
  • Moore-Pastides, Patricia - Greek revival: cooking for life.[140]
  • Moorehead, Caroline - Lost and found: the 9,000 treasures of Troy: Heinrich Schliemann and the gold that got away.[141]
  • Moutsatsos, Kiki Feroudi - The Onassis women: an eyewitness account.[142]
  • Myer, Will - People of the storm god: travels in Macedonia.[143]
  • Navia, Luis E. - Socrates: a life examined.[144]
  • The New Acropolis Museum.[145]
  • O'Brien, John Maxwell - Alexander the Great: the invisible enemy: a biography.[146]
  • Osborne, Catherine - Presocratic philosophy: a very short introduction.[147]
  • Pellegrino, Charles R. - Unearthing Atlantis: an archaeological odyssey to the fabled lost civilization.[148]
  • Perrottet, Tony - The naked Olympics: the true story of the ancient games.[149]
  • Perrottet, Tony - Pagan holiday: on the trail of ancient Roman tourists.[150]
  • Phelps, Michael - No Limits: The Will to Succeed.[151]
  • Phillips, Graham - Alexander the Great: Murder in Babylon.[152]
  • Pickover, Clifford A. - Archimedes to Hawking: Laws of Science and the Great Minds Behind Them.[153]
  • Plutarch - Greek lives: a selection of nine Greek lives.[154]
  • Poirier-Bures, Simone - That shining place.[155]
  • Pomeroy, Sarah B. - The murder of Regilla: a case of domestic violence in antiquity.[156]
  • Prevas, John - Envy of the Gods: Alexander the Great's ill-fated journey across Asia.[157]
  • Raeburn, Nancy - Mykonos.[158]
  • Raphael, Frederic - Some Talk of Alexander: A Journey Through Space and Time in the Greek World.[159]
  • Renault, Mary - The Nature of Alexander.[160]
  • Rodgers, Nigel - The rise and fall of ancient Greece: the military and political History of the ancient Greeks from the fall of Troy, the Persian Wars and the Battle of Marathon to the campaigns of Alexan.[161]
  • Rogers, Guy MacLean - Alexander: the ambiguity of greatness.[162]
  • Sarrinikalaou, George - Facing Athens: encounters with the modern city.[163]
  • Saunders, Nicholas J. - Alexander's Tomb: the two thousand year obsession to find the lost conqueror.[164]
  • Scott, Michael - From democrats to kings: the brutal dawn of a new world from the downfall of Athens to the rise of Alexander the Great.[165]
  • [166]
  • Sidebottom, Harry - Ancient Warfare: a very short introduction.[167]
  • Silver, Vernon - The lost chalice: the epic hunt for a priceless masterpiece.[168]
  • Sissa, Giulia - Sex and sensuality in the ancient world.[169]
  • Spawforth, Antony - The complete Greek temples.[170]
  • Spivey, Nigel Jonathan - The Ancient Olympics: War minus the shooting.[171]
  • Stefano, Maggi - Greece: history and treasures of an ancient civilization.[172]
  • Stone, Tom - The summer of my Greek taverna.[173]
  • Stone, Tom - Zeus: a journey through Greece in the footsteps of a god.[174]
  • Stoneman, Richard - Alexander the Great: a life in legend.[175]
  • Strauss, Barry S. - The Battle of Salamis: the naval encounter that saved Greece - and Western civilization.[176]
  • Strauss, Barry S. - The Trojan War: a new history.[177]
  • Taylor, C. C. W. - Socrates: a very short introduction.[178]
  • Taylour, William - The Mycenaeans.[179]
  • Thompson, Michael - Granicus 334 BC: Alexander's first Persian victory.[180]
  • Thubron, Colin - The Ancient Mariners.[181]
  • Thucydides - History of the Peloponnesian War.[182]
  • Thucydides - The landmark Thucydides: a comprehensive guide to the Peloponnesian War.[183]
  • Thucydides - The Peloponnesian War: a new translation, backgrounds, interpretations.[184]
  • Van der Kiste, John - Kings of the Hellenes: the Greek Kings, 1863-1974.[185]
  • Vandenberg, Philipp - Mysteries of the oracles: the last secrets of antiquity.[186]
  • Veyne, Paul - Bread and circuses: historical sociology and political pluralism.[187]
  • Vickers, Hugo - Alice: Princess Andrew of Greece.[188]
  • Vlanton, Elias - Who killed George Polk?: the press covers up a death in the family.[189]
  • von Däniken, Erich - Odyssey of the Gods - An Alien History of Ancient Greece.[190]
  • Vrettos, Theodore - The Elgin affair: the abduction of Antiquity's greatest treasures and the passions it aroused.[191]
  • Wallechinsky, David - The Complete Book of the Summer Olympics: Athens 2004.[192]
  • Warry, John Gibson - Warfare in the classical world: an illustrated encyclopedia of weapons, warriors, and warfare in the ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome.[193]
  • Wasson, R. Gordon - The Road to Eleusus: Unveiling the Secret of the mysteries.[194]
  • Waterfield, Robin - Athens: From Ancient Ideal to Modern City.[195]
  • Waterfield, Robin - Why Socrates Died: Dispelling the Myths.[196]
  • Watefield, Robin - Xenophon's Retreat: Greece, Persia, and the End of the Golden Age[197]
  • What life was like at the dawn of democracy: classical Athens, 525-322 BC.[198]
  • Wheatley, Nadia - The Life and Myth of Chairman Clift.[199]
  • Wood, Ellen Meiksins - Citizens to Lords: A Social History of Western Political Thought from Antiquity to the Middle Ages.[200]
  • Wood, Michael - In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great: a journey from Greece to Asia.[201]
  • Woodruff, Paul - First Democracy: The Challenge of an Ancient Idea.[202]
  • Wright, William - All the pain that money can buy: the life of Christina Onassis.[203]
  • Xenophon - The Expedition of Cyrus.[204]
  • Xenophon - The Landmark Xenophon's Hellenika: a new translation.[205]
  • Xenophon - The Persian Expedition.[206]
  • Zinovieff, Sofka - Eurydice Street: A Place in Athens.[207]

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