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Edited by Fiona Hobden and Christopher Tuplin
The fourth century author Xenophon -- historian, philosopher, man of action – produced an output notable for diversity of content and consistency of moral outlook. This book explores some of the ethical and historical dimensions of this oeuvre.
Danielle van Mal-Maeder
Centré sur les déclamations latines, ce livre jette un regard nouveau sur la nature littéraire de ces textes souvent sousestimés, sur leur caractère fictionnel et sur leur relation avec la poésie et le roman. Focussing on the Latin declamations, this book shines a new light on the literary ...
Joseph A. Almeida
In an interdisciplinary approach, this book examines the meaning of dike or justice in Solon’ political poems from an interpretative perspective provided by the polis idea arising from the work of new classical archaeology.
Edited by Mary Whitby
The 13 essays presented here shed new light on the role of panegyric in the western and eastern Roman Empire in the late antique world. The core of the volume deals with prose and verse panegyric under the Christian Roman Empire (4th-7th century)
This investigation into Athenian military authority considers both the role played by generals in the deliberative and final stages of Athens' military expeditions and the relationship which obtained between strategoi and their subordinates, colleagues, and the Athenian demos itself.
Antony G. Keen
This is a major study of Lycia in the Achaemenid Persian period, the first book-length treatment of the area's history in English. It provides major reassessments of the evidence,important for understanding the interaction of Persia and the Greeks.
This is a collection of studies on the Roman Near East and Judaea, on Jewish history in the Roman period and on the Roman army in general. It includes papers on literary sources and inscriptions. Newly published material and recent studies are discussed and evaluated.
This work examines the evidence for the history, personnel, and institutions of fourth century Athenian settlements, questioning many conventional interpretations, improving inscriptional texts, and providing data on more than 1000 persons associated with the settlements.
Edited by I. Malkin and Z.W. Rubinsohn
This study presents a new theory about the developments in shipping and naval organization that culminated in the invention - around 530 BC in the eastern Mediterranean - of the Trireme, and the subsequent adoption of this first specialized warship of ancient history by all the naval powers of ...
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