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Early Hellenistic Athens

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Published by Suomen Ateenan-instituutin säätiö in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Athens (Greece),
  • Greece
    • Subjects:
    • Hellenism.,
    • Athens (Greece) -- History.,
    • Greece -- Civilization -- To 146 B.C.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [197]-212) and indexes.

      Statementedited by Jaakko Frösén.
      SeriesPapers and monographs of the Finnish Institute at Athens,, vol. 6, Papers and monographs of the Finnish Institute at Athens ;, v. 6.
      ContributionsFrösén, Jaakko.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDF285 .E37 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 226 p., xvi p. of plates :
      Number of Pages226
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL446611M
      ISBN 109519529578
      LC Control Number98159946

        Until now, there has been no comprehensive study of religion in Athens from the end of the classical period to the time of Rome's domination of the city. Jon D. Mikalson provides a chronological approach to religion in Hellenistic Athens, disproving the widely held belief that Hellenistic religion during this period represented a decline from /5(2). Get this from a library! After Demosthenes: the politics of early Hellenistic Athens. [Andrew J Bayliss] -- This volume challenges preconceptions of Athenian politics and history. It sets out to demonstrate that the widely received view that Hellenistic Athens and her political leaders were radically.

      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. This chapter discusses the afterlife of Demosthenes as a political model in the Hellenistic period, and through his image the afterlife of Athenian democratic values in the Hellenistic world. It shows how political struggles in Athens between the heirs of Demosthenes’ ‘party’ and pro-Macedonian politicians and philosophers shaped the later reception of this figure—the biographical.

        The Hellenistic tendency for introducing impressive plastic works in public areas (which, at the time, was fully materialized mainly in Pergamum), was combined, in Athens, with the old local tradition of attributing honour via the erection of memorial . Late Classical and Early Hellenistic Corinth: BC (Routledge Monographs in Classical Studies).


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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.

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 Format: Paperback.

This volume challenges preconceptions of Athenian politics and history. It sets out to demonstrate that the widely received view that Hellenistic Athens and her political leaders were radically different from their Classical counterparts is fundamentally flawed.

Through a re-examination of the internal politics of Hellenistic Athens, both in terms Early Hellenistic Athens book its key institutions and its political. 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.

Early Hellenistic Athens symptoms of a change. [Jaakko Frösén;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jaakko Frösén.

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Oliver (Hardback, ) at the best online prices at eBay. Oliver provides a new assessment of the economic history of Athens in the Hellenistic era, when the city was no longer an imperial power and struggled to maintain its territory, both at home in Attica and overseas in the cleruchies.

Athens - Athens - Hellenistic and Roman times: Athens in Hellenistic and Roman times depended for its embellishment less on its own resources than on the generosity of foreign princes. One of the Ptolemies (rulers of Egypt) gave a gymnasium, erected near the sanctuary of Theseus, and the Ptolemies were probably also instrumental in the founding of the sanctuary of the Egyptian gods Isis and.

Using all available evidence - literary, epigraphic, numismatic, and archaeological - this study offers a new analysis of the early Hellenistic Peloponnese. The conventional picture of the Macedonian kings as oppressors, and of the Peloponnese as ruined by warfare and tyranny, must be revised.

The kings did not suppress freedom or exploit the peninsula economically, but generally. In the Hellenistic period (c BCE), Greek teachers, philosophers, historians, orators, and politicians found an essential point of reference in the democracy of Classical Athens and the political thought which it produced.

However, while Athenian civic life and thought in the Classical period have been intensively studied, these aspects of the Hellenistic period have so far received much. 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 Athens; Appendix 4 Groups Represented in the Epigraphy of the Fortified Demes of.

Keywords: Hellenistic Athens, Chremonidean War, memory, honorary decrees, Lamian War Oxford Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the service. Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book.

After Demosthenes: The Politics of Early Hellenistic Athens This volume challenges preconceptions of Athenian politics and history. It sets out to demonstrate that the widely received view that Hellenistic Athens and her political leaders were radically different from their Classical counterparts is.

: War, Food, and Politics in Early Hellenistic Athens (): Oliver, G. J.: Books. Start by marking “Interpreting Early Hellenistic Religion: A Study Based On The Mystery Cult Of Demeter And The Cult Of Isis (Papers And Monographs Of The Finnish Institute At Athens.

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. 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 Pages: The Early Roman Expansion into Italy. CrossRef; griechische Städte und Heiligtümer (Berlin –) vols. 1–; on individual buildings, see Winter Studies in Hellenistic Architecture ().

For Athens, see Habicht, Athens from The New Posidippus: A Hellenistic Poetry Book (New York and Oxford ) –40, – Some recent work on the history of Athens and Tenos in the third century B.c.

has brought to light new evidence and new interpretations of old evidence for this notoriously shadowy period of Greek history. Reflection on this material has suggested to me solutions to a few minor puzzles (Sections IA, IB, III), a contribution to a long-standing problem in the history of Athens in the early third.

It has drawn together these themes and considered how the economies of the post-classical polis of Athens had to adapt to the new conditions of the early Hellenistic era. Thus, this book is a case study of how some economic structures worked in the post-Classical polis.

This chapter examines changes in the Athenian ephebeia during the last thirty-five years of the fourth century BCE. The evidence suggests that under the Lycurgan reforms the mostly military training was subsidized by the state and took on a more broad-based approach that fostered civic cohesion at a moment when Athens’s military future was in doubt.This chapter focuses on masculinities in early Hellenistic Athens, approximately – BC, based on an analysis of literary sources from this time and place.

Of special interest here is to see what the literary sources can tell us about ideal masculinity in Athens during this time.Athens is one of the oldest named cities in the world, having been continuously inhabited for at least years.

Situated in southern Europe, Athens became the leading city of Ancient Greece in the first millennium BC, and its cultural achievements during the 5th century BC laid the foundations of Western civilization.

During the early Middle Ages, the city experienced a decline, then.