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THE CITY-STATE OF THE GREEKS AND ROMANS: A SURVEY INTRODUCTORY TO THE STUDY OF ANCIENT HISTORY

Times.--"The purpose is excellent, and Mr. Warde Fowler executes it in a very skilful and scholarly fashion."

Classical Review.--"This little book is excellent both in design and in execution, and it supplies a want which has been much felt by those engaged in teaching ancient history.... A book which will have a most stimulating effect on the teaching of ancient history, and which ought to become familiar to every schoolboy and undergraduate."

Wsetminster Gazette.--"It is impossible within any available limits to give an adequate account of Mr. Fowler's treatment of his subject. We can but commend his treatise to our readers; and this we can do without reserve."

Oxford Magazine.--"One of those charming books which by their excellence are able to commend themselves to entirely different persons.... The man beginning work for 'Greats' will always be told that he must read this; and if he do so, will be rewarded by having the relations of the different parts of his reading marked out with masterly clearness; and the student who has been over most of the ground himself in original authorities, will find with pleasure fresh light thrown on many points by Mr. Fowler's grace of style and power of illustration.... We cordially recommend it as at once charmingly written, and accurate, useful and stimulating."



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