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Greek Historical Inscriptions, 359-323 B.C. (Original records - London Association of Classical Teachers ; no. 9)
P. J. Rhodes
1986 by LACTORs .
Written in English
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He wrote the Introduction and Notes for the Oxford World's Classics translation of Thucydides and is writing a book on Thucydides for Bloomsbury; and his other books include The Athenian Boule, A Commentary on the Aristotelian Athenaion Politeia, A History of the Classical Greek World, B.C., and in A Short History of Ancient by: Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rhodes, P.
(Peter John) Greek historical inscriptions, B.C. [Hatfield] (9 Mymms. Get this from a library. Greek historical inscriptions B.C. [P J Rhodes; London Association of Classical Teachers.;]. Greek Historical Inscriptions, B.C.
by P. Rhodes,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. This volume is a successor to the second volume of M.
Tod's Selection of Greek Historical Inscriptions (O.U.P., ). It provides an up-to-date selection-with introduction, Greek texts, English translations, and commentaries which cater to the needs of today's students-of inscriptions which are important for the study of Greek history in the fourth century : Paperback.
Inscriptions, Greek Greece — History — Spartan and Theban supremacies, B.C. — Sources [Browse] Greece — History — Macedonian Expansion, B.C. material from Rhodes's LACTOR volume, Greek Historical Inscriptions, BC. And we are grateful to the Oxford University Press for publishin g this successo r to it s distinguished predecessors, and to the staff" of the Press and the printers for the care which they have devoted to our book.
Durham P.J.R. Cambridge R.G.O. December The wealth of inscriptions found scattered throughout the Greek world are an invaluable source for the reconstruction of Greek history. The texts themselves, however, are often fragmented and their subjects and background obscure and difficult to understand.
This revised paperback edition of Meiggs and Lewis's standard selection (first published in ) includes new addenda, in.
This revised edition includes ninety-five texts covering the period from B.C. through the end of the Peloponnesian War in B.C. A new addenda and concordance bring the book completely up to date.
Meiggs, D.M. Lewis. A Selection of Greek Historical Inscriptions to the end of the Fifth Century B.C. Oxford () = Number of photos/slides in file53 - gift of Andrew J. Heisserer (2). Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t78tg Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi.
This volume is a successor to the second volume of M. Tod's Selection of Greek Historical Inscriptions (OUP, ).
It provides an up-to-date selection--with introduction, Greek texts, English translations, and commentaries which cater to the needs of today's students--of inscriptions which are important for the study of Greek history in the fourth century BC.
A selection of Greek historical inscriptions to the end of the fifth century B.C., Volume 1 Russell Meiggs, David Malcolm Lewis Clarendon P., - History - pages. Greek Historical Inscriptions, B.C., London Association of Classical Teachers,rev. Buy A Selection of Greek Historical Inscriptions to the End of the Fifth Century BC, Revised Edition Revised edition by Meiggs, Russell (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1). While many books on epigraphy are available, the following are influential and provide specific discussion of ancient Greek inscriptions. Any of them would make a good starting place for your study.
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Published: () The study of Greek inscriptions / by: Woodhead, A. Published: (). LACTOR volumes, Osborne's Athenian Empire (London, ) and Rhodes's Greek Historical Inscriptions, (London, ).
However, it has always been cumbersome to have students read a translation of an inscription in one book and its commentary in another.
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Author. Meiggs, Russell, & Lewis, David. Publisher. Clarendon Press. Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ The Novilara Stele is a sandstone slab inscribed with ancient writing in the North Picene language (a language from the east side of Italy north of Rome).
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Greek historical inscriptions B.C. / translated with introduction and commentaries by P.J. Rhodes Ventures into Greek history / edited by Ian Worthington Di tu shang de li shi zu ji. Sherk = R.K. Sherk (ed.), Translated Documents of Ancient Greece and Rome, 4, Rome and the Greek East to the death of Augustus, Cambridge Please note: for Hellenistic inscriptions, refer to Harding, Burstein and Sherk also for chronology and bibliography.
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By Michael Tyler-Whittle. Heinemann, London, Pp. ?i net. Greek Historical Inscriptions, BC Edited by P. Rhodes and Robin Osborne. An up-to-date selection of inscriptions which are important for the study of Greek history in the fourth century BC.
It contains an introduction, Greek texts, English translations, and commentaries, which cater for the needs of today's students. LACTOR (London Association of Classical Teachers - Original Records) are a series of sourcebooks published by the LACTOR committee since The books give translations of primary source material, accompanied by relevant annotations.
They are designed so that the reader requires no prior knowledge on the area. The books cover the history of Greece between BC and BC, and the history. He is author of The Athenian Boule (, rev.
), Greek Historical Inscriptions, BC (, rev. ), A Commentary on the Aristotelian Athenaion Politeia (, rev. ), The Athenian Empire (, rev. ), The Greek City States: A Source Book (, rev.
and enlarged edition ), (with D. Lewis) The Decrees of the Greek. Greek historical inscriptions B.C. / translated with introduction and commentaries by P.J.
Rhodes History of Greece from the earliest times to the end of the Persian war / translated from the German of. This revised edition of Meiggs and Lewis's selection of Greek inscriptions () includes 95 texts covering the period from c BC up until the end of the Peloponnesian War ( BC).
Each text is presented epigraphically and supplemented with a description of its appearance and location, a bibliography and historical commentary.
The Greek world, – bc The Greek World – bc has been an indispensable guide to classical Greek history since its first publication nearly thirty years ago.
Now Simon hornblower has comprehensively revised and partly rewritten his original text, bringing it up to date for yet another generation of readers. In particular. Greek Historical Inscriptions, B.C.
is the continuation of one of Rhodes's earlier volumes, Greek Historical Inscriptions, B.C., picking up where the other left off. The book begins with an introduction that sets the historical context for the selections discussed, and then moves on to provide the inscriptions, translations of the inscriptions, and a description.
The Bible also makes many references to Greek culture and religion, especially in the book of Acts, which was written by the physician Luke. Consider a few examples: Consider a few examples: Describing events that occurred during the apostle Paul’s visit to Athens in 50 C.E., the Bible states that the city was “full of idols.”.
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Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and This book, Volume 1, was intended as a follow-up to the Hicks and Hill's Manual of Greek Historical Inscriptions.
The author produced a new work aimed primarily at university students, covering the remarkable progress on the subject, both in the discovery of new inscrptions and in more adequate decipherment, restoration and interpretation of those already known.
The Greek City States: A Source Book,rev. and enlarged edition (with D. Lewis) The Decrees of the Greek States, Ancient Democracy and Modern Ideology, London: Duckworth, (with R.
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(Paperback) Greek Historical Inscriptions.The Constitutional Law of Dreros was carved on a block of grey schist at the temple of Apollo Delphinios at Dreros (Δρῆρος, Driros), a post-Minoan site near Neapoli in the regional unit of Lasithi, Crete, around BCE.
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