The Cambridge Ancient History, Τόμοι 1-2

Εξώφυλλο
Iorwerth Eiddon Stephen Edwards
Cambridge University Press, 1977
 

Τι λένε οι χρήστες - Σύνταξη κριτικής

LibraryThing Review

Κριτική χρηστών  - DinadansFriend - LibraryThing

An overview of the process whereby Octavian and his friends set the Mediterranean basin to rights, by their lights. Now dated, as it was written by 1938, but still useful. The story continues until the end of the Julian Dynasty. (Nero). Ανάγνωση ολόκληρης της κριτικής

Περιεχόμενα

CHAPTER
1
CHAPTER XVIII
21
CHAPTER XX
98
6 UGARIT
130
c TROY VII
161
6 CYPRUS IN THE LATE BRONZE AGE by H W CATLING Introduction page
188
Events in Cyprus before the Aegean connexion
196
Cyprus and the Aegean area
198
CHAPTER XXXVI
658
The Protogeometric period
671
Crete
675
6 The LITERARY TRADITION FOR THE MIGRATIONS by N G L HAMMOND I The nature of the literary evidence
678
The traditions of the Dorians and the Heracleidae prior to the Trojan War
681
between the Trojan War and their entry into the Peloponnese
690
The conquest of the Peloponnese Thera and Melos
694
The institutions of the Dorians
696

The identification of Cyprus with Alashiya
201
Literacy in the Late Cypriot Period
205
The Achaean colonization of Cyprus
207
The end of the Bronze Age in Cyprus
209
Cyprus and copper in the Late Bronze Age
213
The Late Cypriot Period and the foundation legends
215
CHAPTER XXIII
217
The foreign wars of Sethos I
218
Internal affairs under Sethos I 22 I
221
Sinai the eastern desert and Nubia under Sethos I
224
The first years of Ramesses II
225
The struggle with the Hittites
226
The other wars of Ramesses II
229
The kingdom under Ramesses II
230
Egypt on the defensive page
232
The end of the Nineteenth Dynasty
235
Sethnakhte
239
The wars of Ramesses III
241
The kingdom under Ramesses III
244
Religion art and literature under the Ramessides
247
CHAPTER XXIV
252
UrkhiTeshub and Khattushilish
256
Khattushilish as Great King
257
The last kings of the Khatti land
261
Hittite civilization in the Empire Period
266
CHAPTER XXV
274
Shalmaneser I and the conquest of Khanigalbat
279
TukultiNinurta I and the conquest of Babylonia
284
Literature
295
Architecture and the arts
298
CHAPTER XXVII
338
Anatolians at the battle of Qadesh page
359
CHAPTER XXIX
379
CHAPTER XXX
417
CHAPTER XXXII
482
III
507
CHAPTER XXXIV
537
CHAPTER XXXV
606
Workmen of the kings tomb page
620
High Priests of Amun and Viceroys of Nubia
626
Hrihor and Ramesses XI
635
The Twentyfirst Dynasty
643
The Thessalian Boeotian and Elean invaders
699
The effect of the invasions on the Mycenaean Greeks
702
The literary tradition and the archaeological evi dence
706
CHAPTER XXXVIII
773
THE PREHISTORY OF THE GREEK
805
Introduction
820
Discontinuity of tradition from the Bronze
838
CHAPTER XL
851
Early cosmogonical and theogonical myths
887
Abbreviations page
906
Chapter XVII
911
Chapter xvIII
913
Chapter xix
919
Chapter xx
927
Chapter xxia
930
6
932
c
938
Chapter xxiia
939
Chapter xxii6
942
Chapter XXIII
947
Chapter XXIV
951
Chapter xxv
955
Chapter XXVI
959
Chapter XXVII
966
Chapter XXVIII
968
Chapter XXIX
972
Chapter xxx
973
Chapter XXXI
978
Chapter xxxII
984
Chapter xxxIII
987
Chapter XXXIV
992
Chapter xxxv
1004
Chapter xxxvi
1009
Chapter xxxvII
1016
Chapter XXXVIII
1026
Chapter xxxixa
1028
Chapter xxxıx6 page
1030
Crete the Aegean Islands and Mainland Greece
1044
V
1072
VI
1102
Πνευματικά δικαιώματα

Άλλες εκδόσεις - Προβολή όλων

Συχνά εμφανιζόμενοι όροι και φράσεις

Πληροφορίες βιβλιογραφίας