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Author Name    (Badian, Ernst) & Robert W. Wallace & Edward M. Harris (Eds. )

Title   TRANSITIONS TO EMPIRE Essays in Greco-Roman History, 360-146 B.C., in Honor of E. Badian

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good in Very Good dust jacket

Publisher    University of Oklahoma Press 1996

ISBN Number    0806128631 / 9780806128634

Seller ID   17160

A couple of corners and top of spine are lightly bumped else book has Minor shelfwear. Top of DJ spine slightly creased. DJ in mylar. ; During the period 360-146 BC, the Greco-Roman world underwent the transition from independent city states and small regional powers to large and potent empires of the Hellenistic age. The essays in this volume consider various aspects of this central political transformation. Essays on Greco-Roman history of the period 360-146 BC are by students and colleagues of Ernst Badian. Nine chapters on the `Early Imperial History of Macedon, 360-300 BC' (Peter Green, Julia Heskel, Edward Harris, John Buckler, George Cawkwell, Eugene Borza, A. B. Bosworth, William Calder, Thomas Martin) ; five chapters on `Cultural Transitions in Athens and the Eastern Mediterranean in the Hellenistic Age' (Mogens Herman Hansen, Mortimer Chambers, Robert Wallace, Sarah Pomeroy, Erich Gruen) ; and seven chapters on `The Rise of Rome' (Kurt Raaflaub, Corey Brennan, William Loomis, Valerie Warrior, Jerzy Linderski, Judith Hallett, Walter Eder). ; Oklahoma Series in Classical Culture; 1.39 x 9.25 x 6.31 Inches; 498 pages

Ancient History Greece Rome Europe Politics Nonfiction Greece Classical Greek & Roman

Price = 63.00 USD

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