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Colonization in the Ancient World

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ISBN: 978-83-233-3640-2
Description: softcover, 176 pp. (24x17cm)
Condition: new
Weight: 315g.



Colonization in the Ancient World, Electrum, vol. 20 (2013), edited by Edward Dabrowa, Jagiellonian University Press, Cracow 2013

This volume in the Electrum series is focused on various aspects of a phenomenon that is very characteristic of the history of the ancient world. In several essays, contributors discuss problems relating to colonization and its effects on the Mediterranean region. These works cover the period  from archaic Greece to Byzantine times.

Jakub Kuciak, The tradition of the Ionian colonisation of Asia Minor: remarks on the Sources
Adolfo J. Dominguez, Greeks and non-Greeks in the city of Emporion and the construction of their different identities
Omar Coloru, Seleukid Settlements: between ethnic identity and mobility
Tomasz Grabowski,Ptolemaic foundations in Asia Minor and the Aegean as the Lagids’ political tool
David Engels, Die städtischen Eliten der Kolonien der syrischen Tetrapolis zwischen Seleukiden, Armeniern Parthern und Römer
Maciej Piegdoń, Coloniam deducere:Colonisation as an instrument of the Roman policy of domination in Italy in the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC, as illustrated by settlements in Ager Gallicus and Picenum
Marcin N. Pawlak, Corinth after 44 BC: ethnical and cultural changes
Stanisław Turlej, Herulian settlements in Byzantium under Emperor Anastasius and Justinian