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Cortés Copete, Juan Manuel (Hrsg.) / Muñiz Grijalvo, Elena (Hrsg.) / Lozano Gómez, Fernando (Hrsg.)

Ruling the Greek World

Approaches to the Roman Empire in the East

Potsdamer Altertumswissenschaftliche Beiträge
Band 52

ISBN 978-3-515-11135-5


This book analyses the procedures, ideas and realities that allowed the people from the Greek East to become a part of the Roman Empire, while both preserving and redeveloping their cultural identity. The volume assesses this complex process both in the traditional Greek cities of the provinces of Achaea and Asia as well as in other areas that had been deeply hellenised for centuries, as the Near East. A common point of departure of the different essays is the notion that granting the Greeks a privileged position within the Roman Empire as a tribute to their civilisation was as possible an option as that of "barbarisation", i.e. the substitution of Greek cultural identity by the Roman one. Between the respect and conservation of political and cultural structures, and their total annihilation and substitution by new realities of undeniable Roman stamp, there existed a wide spectrum of political possibilities with strong cultural and religious undertones. In creating those new options, which Rome either opted for, refused, or transformed, the political and cultural activity of the Greeks themselves, and in particular the oligarchs who ruled the cities in the Mediterranean East, played an important role. This volume attempts to analyse all those new possibilities.

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Alexander Skinner, Ancient West and East 17, 2018

Peter Morton, Latomus 77, 2018/2

Álvaro M. Moreno Leoni, Anuario de la Escuela de Historia Virtual No. 12, 2017

Aleksandr Makhlaiuk, Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2016.12.08

Domitilla Campanile, Sehepunkte 16, 2016/4

Edward Da̧browa, Electrum 23, 2016

192 p.
soft cover

Franz Steiner Verlag


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