Course Description

The Greeks adapted the advances made by the ancient river civilizations and molded them into the greatest cultural advance of mankind up until that time. These inventive, creative and inquisitive people gave the Romans and modern civilization many of the elements of our society today. The seminar will focus on who the Greeks were, why they created a short-lived empire, what they accomplished and why and how they prepared the foundation of what would become the Roman Empire. Presented by James H. Robertson, MA, Modern European History from Washington State University and is an Adjunct Professor of History at Eastern University.


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