6 edition of War, Food, and Politics in Early Hellenistic Athens found in the catalog.
October 5, 2007
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||360|
The Chremonidean War (– BC) was fought by a coalition of some Greek city-states and Ptolemaic Egypt against Antigonid Macedonian domination. The end result of this conflict was a Macedonian victory which confirmed Antigonid control over the city-states of Greece.. The origins of the war lie in the continuing desire of many Greek city-states, most notably Athens and Sparta, for a. See Shipley, G., ‘Between Macedonia and Rome: Political Landscapes and Social Change in Southern Greece in the Early Hellenistic Period’ ABSA , () , at and Oliver, G., War, Food, and Politics in Early Hellenistic Athens, Oxford, , 3.
The Hellenistic period covers the period of Mediterranean history between the death of Alexander the Great in BC and the emergence of the Roman Empire as signified by the Battle of Actium in 31 BC and the conquest of Ptolemaic Egypt the following year. The Ancient Greek word Hellas (Ἑλλάς, Ellás) is the original word for Greece, from which the word Hellenistic was derived. The third era of ancient Greek history was the Hellenistic Age when the Greek language and culture spread throughout the Mediterranean world. Typically, historians start the Hellenistic Age with the death of Alexander, whose empire spread from India to Africa, in follows the Classical Age and precedes the incorporation of the Greek empire within the Roman empire in B.C. (31 B.C.
History of Greece: Classical Greece. The flurry of development and expansion of the Archaic Era was followed by the period of maturity we came to know as “Classical Greece”. Between and until BCE Athens and Sparta dominated the Hellenic world with their cultural and military achievements. Crete. Plutarch (cc CE): Life of Theseus [At MIT] Not history! Thucydides (c/c BCE): On The Early History of the Hellenes (written c. BCE) [At this Site] Reports of Minos and Knossos [At this Site] From Plutrach and Herodotus. Linear B [At Ancient Scripts]; Image files of the linear B script deciphered in by Michael Ventris and John Chadwick.
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The book assesses how political and military change affected the fragile economies of the Athenian polis. Warfare in Attica required the Athenians to protect their domestic grain supply and seek out those beyond the city to provide commodities from : G. Oliver.
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Due to COVID, orders may be : G. Oliver. War, Food, and Politics in Early Hellenistic Athens G. Oliver. A contextual study of warfare, politics, and economics in the post-classical polis; Provides a fresh angle on a period of history so far dominated by narrative or chronological accounts.
War, food, and politics in early Hellenistic Athens. [G J Oliver] -- "During the Hellenistic era, Athens was no longer an imperial power and struggled to maintain its territory, both at home in Attica and overseas in the cleruchies.
Get this from a library. War, food, and politics in early Hellenistic Athens. [G J Oliver]. Conclusion: War, Food, and Politics in Early Hellenistic Athens Appendix 1 The Eponymous Archons of Early Hellenistic Athens Appendix 2 The Hoplite Generals of Early Hellenistic Athens, from c to Appendix 3 Non‐Civic Appointments in Early Hellenistic AthensAuthor: G.
Oliver. Overall, Oliver’s War, Food, and Politics in Early Hellenistic Athens constitutes an important advancement in our understanding of the Athenian economy and how the Athenians responded to war or times of crisis in the early Hellenistic period. As a specialized study, Oliver’s analysis will not only become an indispensable resource for this period of Athenian history, but it also serves as a model by which to examine other Hellenistic poleis.
Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) (ANU, NYU). His book War, food, and politics in early Hellenistic Athens (Oxford University Press) deals with the interlocking themes of warfare, food supply, and the political economy, and their impact on the people and running of the Athenian polis in the late fourth and third centuries B.C.
Oliver is working now on a broader study that looks at the social and economic history of Athens after the death of. Bayliss, A. () After Demosthenes: The Politics of Early Hellenistic Athens. London and New York. Bearzot, C. () “ Ermocrate δεδυναστευκὼς ἐν Σικελίᾳ in Timeo F 22,” in Italo–Tusco–Romana.
Hellenistic Athens During the hellenistic period Athens is found under the Macedonians. After the death of Alexander the Great, in BCE, many cities in Greece, including Athens, rebelled against the Macedonians. Later however, after military defeats, they surrendered. When Alexander the Great died, his successors begun to fight for the control of the empire.
War, Food, and Politics in Early Hellenistic Athens. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press. Osborne, M. (–). Through a re-examination of the internal politics of Hellenistic Athens, both in terms of its key institutions and its political leaders, After Demosthenes provides a comprehensive analysis of Athenian political life from BC.
Drawing on literary and epigraphic evidence the book identifies those who participated in the governing of. Athens military command in the last third of the IV-III centuries BC War, Food, and Politics in Early Hellenistic Athens G.
Oliver provides a new assessment of the economic history of. Request PDF | Athens and the Hellenistic kings ( B.C.): The language of the decrees | Certain aspects of the Athenian relationship with the various monarchs are reflected in the decrees of.
Grain came from abroad to help sustain the city. This book is about an Athenian history that today most people looking across to the Acropolis from Philopappos will not imagine. But this was not always the case. War, Food, and Politics in Early Hellenistic Athens deals with a diYcult period of history, the late fourth and third century.
On this point, see Oliver, Graham J., “ Ateleia —The Economic Function of Honours,” chap. in War, Food and Politics in Early Hellenistic Athens (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), 30 - This is the expression used, in a rather incidental way, by Gauthier, Les cités grecques, going hellenistic Posted on December 3, January 6, by Mariana Kavroulaki When Macedonian Caranous gave his wedding banquet, early in.
The Cambridge Companion to the Hellenistic World Glenn R. Bugh This Companion volume offers fifteen original essays on the Hellenistic world and is intended to complement and supplement general histories of the period from Alexander the Great to Kleopatra VII of Egypt.Chersonesus Posamentir The Polychrome Grave Stelai from the Early Hellenistic Necropolis.
Edited by Joseph Coleman Carter. Pp. xx +fig., b/w & colour ills, colour maps. Austin: Institute of Classical Archaeology, University of Texas Press, Cased, US$ ISBN: [Book Review].wheres plato conceived of politics as a means toward living the good life, aristotle regarded politics as: an end in itself the fourth century BCE in greece witnessed a confused political terrain, with many attempting to discover a direction for the greeks; among these were ____, who believed that the greeks could rediscover their lost unity by.