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UNIT I: GREEK GEOGRAPHY AND STATISTICS

Part 1. Greek Geography and Statistics

UNIT II: GREEK HISTORY

SECTION I: GREEK HISTORY TO THE DEATH OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT

Part 2. Introduction
Part 3. I: The Prehistoric Period, Down to the Close of the Great Migrations

Part 4. II: The Early History of the Leading States Down to About 500 B.C.

Part 5. III: The Ionic Revolt and the Persian Wars, 502-479 B.C.
Part 6. IV: The Period of Athenian Supremacy, 478-404 B.C.
Part 7. V: The Pelopponesian War, 431-404 B.C.; The Period of Spartan and then Theban Ascendancy, 404-362 B.C.
Part 8. VI: The Reigns of Philip and Alexander, 359-323 B.C.

SECTION II: POST-CLASSICAL GREEK HISTORY

Part 9. Introduction
Part 10. I: Period of Greek Subjection: from the Death of Alexander to the Ascendancy of Constantine the Great as sole Emperor, 323 B.C. to 323 A.D.
Part 11. II: Period of Greek Revival: from Constantine the Great to Leo III (the Isaurian), 323-716 A.D.
Part 12. III: Period of Byzantine Prosperity: from Leo III to Isaac I (Comnenus), 716-1057 A.D.
Part 13. IV: Period of Byzantine Decline: from Isaac I to the taking of Constantinople by the Latins, 1057-1204 A.D.

Part 14. V: Period of Greek Survival: from the taking of Constantinople by the Latins to its Conquest by the Turks, 1204-1453 A.D.

SECTION III: RECENT GREEK HISTORY

Part 15. Recent Greek History
Part 16. Further Reading on Recent Greek History

UNIT III: GREEK LANGUAGE

Part 17. Introduction
Part 18. Origin of the Greek Language
Part 19. The Historic Stages of Greek

UNIT IV: GREEK LITERATURE

Part 20. Introduction

SECTION I: THE OLD GREEK LITERATURE

Part 21. Introduction
Part 22. I. The Early Literature
Part 23. II. The Attic Literature

Part 24. III. The Literature of the Decadence

Part 25. Further Reading

SECTION II: THE BYZANTINE LITERATURE
Part 26. The Byzantine Literature

SECTION III: MODERN GREEK LITERATURE
Part 27. Modern Greek Literature
Part 28. Further Reading



The above article was written by the following contributors:
Geography: John Rae, M.A., LL.D., author of Contemporary Socialism, Eight Hours for Work, and Life of Adam Smith.
History: Prof. Sir Richard Claverhouse Jebb (Regius Professor of Greek, Cambridge University), Rev. Henry Fanshaw Tozer (Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford University), and Principal James Donaldson (Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of St. Andrews).
Language: Prof. Augustus Samuel Wilkins (Professor of Latin and Comparative Philology, Owens College, Manchester).
Literature: Prof. Jebb and Principal Donaldson.




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