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Anybody who's taking classics:

I am currently doing Odyssey, Pompeii and Athens. Does anybody know which textbooks I could get that match the specification so I can actually learn the material? My school do not offer any and I am slightly concerned therefore.

Your help would be appreciated
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Anybody who's taking classics:

I am currently doing Odyssey, Pompeii and Athens. Does anybody know which textbooks I could get that match the specification so I can actually learn the material? My school do not offer any and I am slightly concerned therefore.

Your help would be appreciated
http://www.amazon.co.uk/GCSE-Classic...ilisation+gcse
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hey there. I already have this book and unfortunately i don't think it is detailed enough for the A/A* grades. Do you know of any others?
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hey there. I already have this book and unfortunately i don't think it is detailed enough for the A/A* grades. Do you know of any others?
I'll try to find some better ones, but that's the official OCR one.
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