By Monique Vial
Ce lexique s’attache avant tout à définir clairement les réalités essentielles du monde grec : associations administratives, politiques et militaires, mais aussi notions morales et pratiques religieuses, faits économiques et sociaux, paintings. los angeles présente édition a fait l'objet d'un remaniement en profondeur, en fonction de l’évolution des connaissances, de l. a. façon d’aborder les problématiques et des nécessités pédagogiques. Il suggest par ailleurs un appareil de cartes, plans et schémas.
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