The Oxford History of the Archaic Greek World (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
656
Utgivningsdatum
2024-07-23
Förlag
OUP USA
Medarbetare
Christesen, Paul
Illustrationer
61 figures, 38 maps
Dimensioner
235 x 165 x 37 mm
Vikt
1239 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780199383597

The Oxford History of the Archaic Greek World

Volume I: Argos to Corcyra

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The ancient Greek world consisted of approximately 1,000 autonomous polities scattered across the Mediterranean basin, and each one developed its own, unique set of socio-political institutions and social practices. The Oxford History of the Archaic Greek World offers twenty-one detailed studies of key sites from across the Greek world between c. 750 and c. 480 BCE--a crucial period when much of what is now seen as distinctive about Greek culture emerged. All the studies in this seven-volume series use the same structure and methodology so that readers can easily compare a wide range of Greek communities. The series thus offers a new and unique resource for the study of ancient Greece that will transform how we study and think about a crucial era in ancient Greek history.
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Paul Cartledge is Inaugural A. G. Leventis Professor of Greek Culture in the Faculty of Classics at University of Cambridge. His previous books include Ancient Greece: A Very Short Introduction and After Thermopylae: The Oath of Plataea and the End of the Graeco-Persian Wars. Paul Christesen is Associate Professor of Classics at Dartmouth College. He is the author of Ancient Greek History and Olympic Victor Lists and Sport and Democracy in the Ancient and Modern Worlds.

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Note to the Reader Series Editors' Preface A Note on Chronology Spelling Divergences Acknowledgements Chapter 1: Argos Jonathan M. Hall List of Illustrations List of Abbreviations 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Sources 1.3 Natural Setting 1,4 Material Culture 1.5 Political History 1.6 Legal History 1.7 Diplomatic History 1.8 Economic History 1.9 Familial/Demographic History 1.10 Social Customs and Institutions 1.11 Religious Customs and Institutions 1.12 Cultural History 1.13 Conclusion Guide to Further Reading Contributor Biography Gazetteer Bibliography Chapter 2: Chalcis and Eretria Sylvian Fachard and Samuel Verdan List of Illustrations List of Abbreviations 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Sources 2.3 Natural Setting 2,4 Material Culture 2.5 Political History 2.6 Legal History 2.7 Diplomatic History 2.8 Economic History 2.9 Demographic History 2.10 Social Customs and Institutions 2.11 Religious Customs and Institutions 2.12 Cultural History 2.13 Conclusion Guide to Further Reading Contributor Biographies Gazetteer Bibliography Chapter 3: Chios, Lesbos, and Samos Paul Christesen, Giuseppe Lentini, Sarah Murray, and Matt Simonton List of Illustrations List of Abbreviations 3.1 General Introduction Section A Chios 3.2a Sources 3.3a Natural Setting 3,4a Material Culture 3.5a Political History 3.6a Legal History 3.7a Diplomatic History 3.8a Economic History 3.9a Demographic History 3.10a Social Customs and Institutions 3.11a Religious Customs and Institutions 3.12a Cultural History Section B: Lesbos 3.2b Sources 3.3b Natural Setting 3,4b Material Culture 3.5b Political History 3.6b Legal History 3.7b Diplomatic History 3.8b Economic History 3.9b Demographic History 3.10b Social Customs and Institutions 3.11b Religious Customs and Institutions 3.12b Cultural History Section C: Samos 3.2c Sources 3.3v Natural Setting 3,4c Material Culture 3.5c Political History 3.6c Legal History 3.7c Diplomatic History 3.8c Economic History 3.9c Demographic History 3.10c Social Customs and Institutions 3.11c Religious Customs and Institutions 3.12c Cultural History 3.13 General Conclusion Guide to Further Reading Contributor Biographies Gazetteer Bibliography Chapter 4: Corcyra Hans-Joachim Gehrke and Philip Sapirstein List of Illustrations List of Abbreviations 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Sources 4.3 Natural Setting 4,4 Material Culture 4.5 Political History 4.6 Legal History 4.7 Diplomatic History 4.8 Economic History 4.9 Familial and Demographic History 4.10 Social Customs and Institutions 4.11 Religious Customs and Institutions 4.12 Cultural History 4.13 Conclusion Guide to Further Reading Contributor Biographies Gazetteer Bibliography