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by John T. Ma,Nikolaos Papazarkadas,Robert Parker

  • ISBN: 0715637843
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: John T. Ma,Nikolaos Papazarkadas,Robert Parker
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bristol Classical Press (March 12, 2009)
  • Pages: 256
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Nikolaos Papazarkadas’s most popular book is Interpreting The Athenian Empire. Nikolaos Papazarkadas.

Nikolaos Papazarkadas’s most popular book is Interpreting The Athenian Empire.

Nikolaos Papazarkadas’s books. The Epigraphy and History of Boeotia: New Finds, New Prospects.

Authors and affiliations. First Online: 09 September 2011. Authors and Affiliations.

Nikolaos Papazarkadas "Epigraphy and the Athenian Empire: Re-shuffling the Chronological Cards", in J. Ma, N. Papazarkadas & R. Parker (ed., Interpreting the Athenian Empire (Duckworth: London 2009) pp. 67-88.

Nikolaos Papazarkadas. Professor of Classics - Director of the Sara B. Aleshire Center for the Study of Greek Epigraphy. BA 1998 University of Athens. Epigraphy and the Athenian Empire: Re-shuffling the Chronological Cards", in J. HAGEMONIA: A New Treaty from Classical Thebes", Chiron 42 (2012) pp. 239-254 (wtih V. Aravantinos). The Funerary Monument for the Argives Who Fell at Tanagra (IG I3 1149): A New Fragment", Hesperia 81 (2012) pp. 585-617 (with D. Sourlas).

John T. Ma, Nikolaos Papazarkadas, Robert Parker. The empire that the Athenians established in the years after 478 BC was an entirely new phenomenon in the history of Greece, and the basis of much of the brilliant development of Athenian culture in the fifth century. Its growth and collapse was the key event in the history of the period, after the defeat of the Persian invasion. Yet this important historical phenomenon remains baffling to study. New developments in various fields have made urgent a revision of existing approaches, which largely originated in the first half of the last century.

Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2008.

London: Duckworth, 2009. Ferejohn, John, and Rosenbluth, Frances McCall. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2008. Democracy, Power, and Imperialism in Fifth-Century Athens. New York: Cornell University Press, 1994.

Ma, John, Parker, Robert, Papazarkadas, Nikolaos.

The empire that the Athenians established in the years after 478 BC was an entirely new phenomenon in the history of Greece, and the basis of much of the brilliant development of Athenian culture in the fifth century. This book intends to give a sense of the possibility of a new generation of studies of the empire. Interpreting the Athenian Empire. Ma, John, Parker, Robert, Papazarkadas, Nikolaos.

Robert Parker was educated at St Paul's School, London and at New College, Oxford under Geoffrey de Ste Croix. ed. with J. Ma and N. Papazarkadas) Interpreting the Athenian empire. From 1996 until his retirement in 2016 he was the Wykeham Professor of Ancient History at New College, Oxford University. He was elected a Fellow of the British Academy in 1998.

Similar books and articles. Added to PP index 2012-08-27. The Seleucid Empire Susan Sherwin-White, Amelie Kuhrt: From Samarkand to Sardis: A New Approach to the Seleucid Empire. Pp. Ix+261; 29 Plates, 11 Maps and Plans. Robert Parker - 2008 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 128:227-. The Meyer Metics and the Athenian. A Study in Athenian Epigraphy and Law. 168, Ills, Pls. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2010.

The empire that the Athenians established in the years after 478 BC was an entirely new phenomenon in the history of Greece, and the basis of much of the brilliant development of Athenian culture in the fifth century. Its growth and collapse was the key event in the history of the period, after the defeat of the Persian invasion. Yet this important historical phenomenon remains baffling to study. New developments in various fields have made urgent a revision of existing approaches, which largely originated in the first half of the last century. Advances in archaeology have hugely extended the possibilities of writing an archaeology of the empire. The accepted chronology of many key inscriptions has been powerfully challenged, so that new narrative reconstructions become possible. Relevant new documents in languages such as Lycian have become available. Understanding of the Persian empire which was the parallel, and in a sense the model, with which the Athenian empire interacted has been transformed in the last quarter century. Broader developments in historiography (microhistory; history from below; and, post-colonial theory) invite us to pose new questions.The aim of this collection is not to offer a final word on any of the problems, but to give a sense of the possibility of a new generation of studies of the empire.