Take a look inside a theatre in ancient Greece. A poet crowned in an ivy wreath admires the play. Dancers cloaked in feathers twist and whirl, as an actor in the mask of a god falls from the heavens on a flying machine. This book describes the entertainments of the ancient Greeks through the objects found in a theatre. It contains a wealth of colour photographs, paintings and specially commissioned illustrations.
This is Book 14 in the Look Inside Series. See all Look Inside books here.
Peter Chrisp is an experienced author of information books for children, specialising in history. He has written more then seventy books, with several titles on the Middle Ages. The consultant, Professor Malcolm Barber, has been a lecturer in medieval history for over thirty-five years. He has written many books and articles on medieval subjects, including 'More about Peter Chrisp