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Greek Historical Inscriptions 478-404 BC [Pehme köide]

Edited by (Professor of Ancient History, University of Cambridge), Edited by (Honorary and Emeritus Professor of Ancient History, University of Durham)
  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 672 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 228x155x37 mm, kaal: 976 g, 18 black-and-white plates
  • Ilmumisaeg: 23-Mar-2020
  • Kirjastus: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0198854455
  • ISBN-13: 9780198854456
Teised raamatud teemal:
  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 672 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 228x155x37 mm, kaal: 976 g, 18 black-and-white plates
  • Ilmumisaeg: 23-Mar-2020
  • Kirjastus: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0198854455
  • ISBN-13: 9780198854456
Teised raamatud teemal:
This volume is both a companion to the editors' Greek Historical Inscriptions, 404-323 BC, and a successor to the later part of the Selection of Greek Historical Inscriptions to the End of the Fifth Century BC, edited by Russell Meiggs and David M. Lewis and published in 1969. As with the editors' earlier collection, it seeks to make a selection of historically significant inscribed texts accessible to scholars and students of fifth-century Greek history.

Since the publication of Meiggs and Lewis' collection, a number of significant new inscriptions and fragments have been unearthed and new interpretations of previously known examples developed. As well as updating the scholarly corpus, this volume aims to broaden the thematic range of inscriptions discussed and to include a greater selection of material from outside Athens, while still adhering to the intention of presenting texts which are important not just as typical of their genre but in their own right. In doing so, it offers an entry point to all aspects of fifth-century history, from political and institutional, to social, economic, and religious, and in order to make the material as accessible as possible for a broad readership concerned with the study of these areas, the Greek texts are presented here alongside both English translations and incisive commentaries, which will be of utility both to the specialist academic and to those less familiar with the areas in question. The inclusion of photographs depicting inscribed stones and bronzes complements discussion of the inscriptions themselves and enables parallel consideration of their nature, appearance, and transmission history, resulting in a work of thoroughly comprehensive, cutting-edge scholarship and an invaluable reference text for the study of fifth-century Greek history.

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[ A] general introduction to epigraphical evidence and its uses; a new, enlarged selection of appropriate documents; facing translations of them all (as already in RO); detailed commentaries, incorporating up-to-date bibliography; three maps; seventeen plates. How any of this could have been done significantly better is very hard to see. It is quite superb. * David Whitehead, CJ-Online * This highly anticipated anthology . . . is in every respect an absolute success . . . There is no doubt that for the next half-century this new edition of the Greek Historical Inscriptions will be the epigraphic and historical reference of the fifth century. * Patrice Brun, Bryn Mawr Classical Review [ translated] *

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Winner of Shortlisted for the 2018 Runciman Award, awarded by the.
Preface List of plates List of abbreviations and notes on references Introduction 101: Victory of Hieron of Syracuse at Cyme, c. 474/3 102: Public curses at Teos and Abdera, 480-450 103: Thasian laws relating to wine, c. 470/420 104: Thasian regulation of behaviour in the streets, 460s 105: Micythus' dedications at Olympia, c. 460 106: Eleusinian regulations, before 460 107: Decree of the Athenian deme Scambonidae, c. 460 108: Athenian decree concerning the genos of the Praxiergidai, 450s to 420s 109: Casualty-list of the Athenian tribe Erechtheis, 459 110: Samians fight in Egypt, c. 460 454 111: Casualty list of the Argives killed at Tanagra, 458 or 457 112: Thank-offering for the Victory of Tanagra, 458 or 457 113: An Athenian dead on Aegina, after c. 457 114: A victory of Selinus, fifth century 115: A sacred law from Selinus, 450s 116: Athenian dealings with the Delphic Amphictyony, c. 457 117: Thessalian dedications after the battle of Tanagra, c. 457 118: Thetonium in Thessaly honours a Corinthian, c. 450-425 119: Athenian tribute quota lists, 454/3-432/1 120: Athenian judicial relations with Phaselis, before c. 450 (?) 121: Athenian regulations for Erythrae, late 450s 122: Regulations from Erythrae, c. late 450s 123: Political expulsions from Miletus, c. 450-440 124: Lead tablets from Camarina, c. 450 125: Civil laws of Gortyn, c. 450 126: Relations between Argos, Cnossus, and Tylissus, c. 450 127: Elis honours a Spartan and a Euboean, c. 450 128: Treaty between Sparta and the Erxadieis, c. 450(?) 129: Athenian casualty list, c. 447 130: Athenian campaign in the Megarid, 446 131: Athenian relations with Chalcis, 446/5 or 424/3 132: Halicarnassian law concerning disputed property, c. 450 133: Land confiscation and its consequences on Chios, c. 479-450 134: Accounts of Nemesis of Rhamnous, c. 450-440 135: Accounts of Pheidias' statue of Athena, 447-438 136: Cypress from Carpathus, 445-430 137: Athens' appointment of a priestess and building of a temple to Athena Nike, c. 438 or 450 445 138: Payments for Athens' Samian war, 440 and 439 139: Athenian treaty with Samos, 439 140: Victory of Taras over Thurii, c. 443-433 141: Athenian decree regulating the offering of first-fruits at Eleusis, c. 435 or earlier 142: Athenian colony at Brea, 430s (?) 143: Religious decree of Miletus, 434/3 144: Athenian financial decrees, 434/3 145: Building accounts of the Parthenon, 434/3 146: Calendar of sacrifices from the Athenian deme of Thoricus, c. 430 147: Accounts of the Delian Temples, 434-432 148: Payments for Athens' expeditions to Corcyra, 433/2 149: Reaffirmed Athenian alliances with Rhegium and Leontini, 433/2 150: Athenian decrees for Methone, 430/29-424/3 151: Contributions to a Spartan war fund, c. 427-412 152: Athenian decree proposed by Cleonymus about Delian League tribute, 426/5 (?) 153: Athenian decree proposed by Thudippus for the reassessment of Delian League tribute, 425/4 154: Athenian decree proposed by Cleinias about Delian League tribute, 425/4 or slightly later (?) 155: Athenian decree enforcing the use of Athenian coins, weights, and measures, c. 425-415 156: Athenian decree concerning the priestess of Athena Nike, 424/3 157: Athens honours Heracleides of Clazomenae, 423 or later 158: Regulations on the duties of envoys sent to Delphi by Andros, inscribed at Delphi, c. 425 159: Decree of the Athenian deme Plotheia, c. 420 160: Loans to the Athenian state from the sacred treasuries, 426/5-423/2 161: Athens honours Polypeithes of Siphnos, 422/1 162: Athens honours Callippus of Thessaly, 422/1 163: Naupactians and Messenians, c. 420s 164: Thank-offering of the Messenians and Naupactians, c. 423 165: Alliance of Athens, Argos, Mantinea, and Elis, 420 166: Athenian Treaties with Egesta and Halicyae, 418/7-416/5 167: Athenian decree about the sanctuary of Neleus, Basile, and Codrus, 418/7 168: Athenian tribute quota-list, 418/7 (?) 169: Inventory of the treasures in the hekatompedon at Athens, 418/7 170: Payments from the treasury of Athena, 418/7-415/4 171: Athenian decrees relating to the Sicilian expedition, 415 172: Confiscated property of the Hermocopidae, 414 173: Oligarchic Athens honours Pythophanes, 411 174: Payments from the treasury of Athena, 411 175: Eretria thanks Hegelochus for assistance in its liberation from Athens, 411 176: Rewards for denouncing uprisings at Thasos, 411-409 (?) 177: Thasian supporters of democracy and Athens, after 411 178: Theozotides and the Athenian orphans, c. 410 179: Gravestone of the Athenian Myrrhine, c. 410 180: Payments from the treasury of Athena, 410/09 181: Erechtheum building accounts, 409/8 and 408/7 182: Athens honours the assassins of Phrynichus, 410/09 183: Republication of Athenian Laws, 410/09-400/399 184: Athens honours Oeniades of (Palae)Sciathus, 408/7 185: Athenian ratification of Alcibiades' treaty with Selymbria, 407 186: Ratification of an Athenian treaty with the Clazomenians at Daphnus, 407 187: Athens honours Neapolis in Thrace, 409-407 188: Athens honours Archelaus of Macedon, 407/6 189: An Athenian decree concerning Carthage, 406 190: List of sailors in Athenian triremes, 412-405 191: Athens honours the Samians, 405/4 192: Thank-offering for victory at Aegospotami, shortly after 405 193: Monument of the Lycian dynast Gergis, late fifth century 194: Funeral law from Iulis on Ceos, late fifth century 195: Monetary pact between Mytilene and Phocaea, late fifth century (?) Athenian archons, 478/7-404/3 Concordance of standard editions Bibliography Index I: Persons and places Index II: Subjects Index III: Significant Greek words
Robin Osborne studied at Cambridge and taught at the University of Oxford from 1986 until 2001, before taking up his present position as Professor of Ancient History at the University of Cambridge, where he is a Fellow of King's College. His work has ranged across the history and archaeology of archaic and classical Greece. He is a Fellow of the British Academy and an Honorary Member of the Greek Epigraphic Society, as well as both a former Vice-President of the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies and a former President of the Classical Association. P. J. Rhodes studied at Oxford and taught Greek history at the University of Durham from 1965 until 2005, from 1983 as Professor of Ancient History; he is now Honorary and Emeritus Professor of Ancient History there. He has worked particularly on the sources for Greek history, and on political institutions and political activity in the Greek states. He is a Fellow of the British Academy, a Foreign Member of the Royal Danish Academy, an Honorary Member of the Greek Epigraphic Society, and a former President of the Classical Association.

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