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The Campaigns of Alexander

Discusses Alexander's violent suppression of the Theban rebellion, his defeat of Persia and campaigns through Egypt and Babylon - establishing new cities and destroying others in his path. This title presents an objective portrait of a man of boundless ambition, who was exposed to the temptations of power.

Medea and Other Plays : Medea; Hecabe; Electra; Heracles (Penguin Classics)

Features four tragedies, all of which focus on a central character, once powerful, brought down by betrayal, jealousy, guilt and hatred.

Treasury of Greek Mythology: Classic Stories of Gods, Goddesses, Heroes & Monsters (National Geographic Kids)

Napoli, Donna Jo
The National Geographic Treasury of Greek Mythology offers timeless stories of Greek myths. Brought to life with lyrical text by award-winning author Donna Jo Napoli and stunning artwork by award-winning illustrator Christina Balit, the tales of gods, goddesses, heroes and monsters will fascinate and engage children's imaginations.

A Guide To Classical Studies Folens

Nash, Edna
This book is intended for Leaving Certificate students of Classical Studies. It is suitable for both Higher and Ordinary Level students.

Age Of Alexander (Translated by Ian Scott-Kilvert and Timothy E. Duff.)

Offers a collection of ten biographies that spans the period from the start of the fourth century BC to the early third, and covers some of the most important figures in Greek history, such as the orator Demosthenes and Alexander the Great, as well as lesser known figures such as Plato's pupil Dion of Syracuse.

The Theban Plays (Watling)

Presents tales such as "King Oedipus", "Oedipus at Colonus", and "Antigone".

The Three Theban Plays - Fagles Translation

Free when packaged with any Damrosch World Literature title.

The Aeneid - David West Translation

Inspired by Homer and inspiration for Dante and Milton, the Aeneid is an immortal poem at the heart of Western life and culture. Virgil took Aeneas as his hero and in telling a story of dispossession and defeat, love and war, he portrayed human life in all its nobility and suffering.