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An `acropolis’ is any citadel or complex built on a high hill. The name derives from the Greek Akro, high or extreme/extremity or edge, and Polis, city, translated as 'High City’, 'City on The Edge’ or 'City in the Air’, the most famous being the Acropolis of Athens, Greece, built in the 5th century BCE. Though the word... [continue reading]
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Tjeerd H. & Runnels, Curtis van AndelStanford University Press (23 July 1987)Currently unavailable
Victor CherbuliezCornell University Library (15 December 2009)Price: $24.26
Martin Luther D'OogeForgotten Books (29 June 2012)Price: $11.65
Spyros MeletzisArt Editions (23 July 1987)Currently unavailable
Manolis AndronicosE P Dutton (01 January 1983)Price: $14.95