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Pericles : a biography in context
Martin, Thomas R., 1947-
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Introduction: a biography of Pericles in the context of the ancient sources -- The notorious family history of Pericles' mother -- The harsh lessons of the career of Pericles' father -- Pericles becomes a teenager during a family crisis and national emergency -- Pericles becomes a refugee during Athens' greatest peril -- Pericles becomes an adult as Athens builds an empire -- Pericles' innovative education for leadership in Athenian democracy -- Pericles becomes a leader as Athens and Sparta become enemies -- Pericles becomes the first man of Athens -- Pericles' responsibility for the Samian Revolt and the Peloponnesian War -- Pericles' fate, then and later.
Baker Berry DF228.P4 M37 2016

Beyond thalassocracies : understanding processes of Minoanisation and Mycenaeanisation in the Aegean
edited by Evi Gorogianni, Peter Pavúk and Luca Girella
Oxford ; Oxbow Books, 2016
Introduction: Methodological considerations / Luca Girella, Evi Gorogianni and Peter Pavúk -- The nature of Minoan and Mycenaean involvement in the northeastern Aegean / Luca Girella and Peter Pavúk -- Minoanisation, Mycenaeanisation, and mobility : a view from southwest Anatolia / Jana Mokrišová -- Discerning acculturation at Miletus : Minoanisation and Mycenaeanisation / Amy Raymond, Ivonne Kaiser, Laura-Concetta Rizzotto and Julien Zurbach -- Cultural entanglements on Kos during the late Bronze Age : a comparative analysis of Minoanisation and Mycenaeanisation at the "Serraglio," Eleona, and Langada / Salvatore Vitale -- Melos in the middle : Minoanisation and Mycenaeanisation at late Bronze Age Phylakopi / Jason W. Earle -- Neither far from Knossos nor close to Mycenae : Naxos in the middle and late Bronze Age Aegean / Andreas G. Vlachopoulos -- Keian, Kei-noanised, Kei-cenaeanised? : interregional contact and identity in Ayia Irini, Kea / Evi Gorogianni -- Adoption and adaptation in pottery production practices : investigating Cycladic community interactions through the ceramic record of the second millennium BC / Natalie Abell and Jill Hilditch -- Fashioning identity : weaving technology, dress and cultural change in the middle and late Bronze Age southern Aegean / Joanne Cutler -- Mycenaeanisation in Thessaly : a study in differential acculturation / Bryan Feuer -- Minoanisation and Mycenaeanisation : a commentary / Carl Knappett -- The Mycenaeanisation process / Michael L. Galaty.

"Beyond Thalassocracies aims to evaluate and rethink the manner in which archaeologists approach, understand, and analyse the various processes associated with culture change connected to interregional contact, using as a test case the world of the Aegean during the Late Bronze Age (c. 1600-1100 BC). The 14 chapters compare and contrast various aspects of the phenomena of Minoanisation and Mycenaeanisation, both of which share the basic underlying defining feature of material culture change in communities around the Aegean. This change was driven by trends manifesting themselves in the dominant palatial communities of each period of the Bronze Age. Over the past decade, our understanding of how these processes developed and functioned has changed considerably. Whereas current discussions on Minoanisation have already been informed by more recent theoretical trends, especially in material culture studies and post-colonial theory, the process of Mycenaeanisation is still very much conceptualised along traditional lines of explanation. Since these phenomena occurred in chronological sequence, it makes sense that any reappraisal of their nature and significance should target those regions of the Aegean basin that were affected by both processes, highlighting their similarities and differences. Thus, in the present volume we focus on the southern and eastern Aegean, in particular the Cyclades, Dodecanese, and the north-eastern Aegean islands"--Publisher's website.
Baker Berry DF220 .B37 2016

Das Chartular des Paulos-Klosters am Berge Latros : kritische Edition, Übersetzung, Kommentar und Indices
Gastgeber, Christian
Wien : Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, [2015]
"Der erhaltene Teil des Chartulars enthält Urkunden vom 10. Jahrhundert bis 1246/1254 und ist eine der wesentlichen ... Quellen für die Geschichte der Region der Mäandermündung und des umgrenzenden Gebietes. Da das Chartular im erhaltenen Anfangsteil Kaiser- und Patriarchenurkunden überliefert, ermöglicht die kritische Edition neue Einblicke in Fragen der byzantischen Diplomatik."--Provided by publisher
Baker Berry DF503 .G37 2015

Im Schatten der Alten? : Ideal und Lebenswirklichkeit im römischen Griechenland : 3. Heidelberger Altertumswissenschaftliches Studierendenkolloquium, 8.-10. November 2013
herausgegeben von Johannes Fouquet und Lydia Gaitanou
Mainz : Verlag Franz Philipp Rutzen ; 2016
Baker Berry DF240 .H45 2013

Die Argeaden : Geschichte Makedoniens bis zum Zeitalter Alexanders des Grossen
Müller, Sabine, 1972-
Paderborn : Ferdinand Schöningh, [2016]
Baker Berry DF261.M2 M945 2016

Die Athenische Demokratie im 4. Jahrhundert zwischen Modernisierung und Tradition
Claudia Tiersch (Hg.)
Stuttgart : Franz Steiner Verlag, [2016]
Baker Berry DF231 .A844 2016

In search of the classical world : an introduction to the ancient Aegean
Moore, Dudley J., author
Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015
Baker Berry DF220 .M65 2015

Moral history from Herodotus to Diodorus
Hau, Lisa Irene, author
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2016]
Why did human beings first begin to write history? Lisa Hau argues that a driving force among Greek historians was the desire to use the past to teach lessons about the present and for the future. She uncovers the moral messages of the ancient Greek writers of history and the techniques they used to bring them across. Hau also shows how moral didacticism was an integral part of the writing of history from its inception in the 5th century BC, how it developed over the next 500 years in parallel with the development of historiography as a genre and how the moral messages on display remained surprisingly stable across this period. For the ancient Greek historiographers, moral didacticism was a way of making sense of the past and making it relevant to the present; but this does not mean that they falsified events: truth and morality were compatible and synergistic ends.
Baker Berry DF211 .H38 2016

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