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New Studies on Cyprus, Crete and the Aegean Islands in Antiquity

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ISBN: 978-83-233-4981-5
Description: softcover, 271 pp. (24x17cm)
Condition: new
Weight: 470g.

New Studies on Cyprus, Crete and the Aegean Islands in Antiquity, Electrum, vol. 27 (2020), edited by Edward Dabrowa, Krakow 2020

Katarzyna Zeman-Wiśniewska, Re-evaluation of Contacts between Cyprus and Crete from the Bronze Age to the Early Iron AgePaulina Komar, Aegean Enigma: The Rise and Fall of Vineyards during Antiquity
Jakub Kuciak, The Fleet as the Basis for Polycrates of Samos’ Thalassocracy
Christian Körner, The Cypriot Kingdoms between Athens and Persia: Cyprus in the Conflicts of the 5th Century BC (497–411 BC)
Sławomir Sprawski, The Maritime Policy of the Tyrants of Pherae
Wojciech Duszyński, Athenian ‘Imperialism’ in the Aegean Sea in the 4th Century BCE: The Case of Keos
Tomasz Grabowski, The Activity of Ptolemy II’s Fleet in the Aegean Sea
Hadrien Bru, Les Pisidiens à Rhodes aux époques hellénistique et romaine
Marcin N. Pawlak, Theophanes, Potamon and Mytilene’s Freedom
Bartosz Jan Kołoczek , The Aegean imaginarium: Selected Stereotypes and Associations Connected with the Aegean Sea and Its Islands in Roman Literature in the Period of the Principate