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The Greek slogan of freedom and early Roman politics in Greece

Author: Sviatoslav Dmitriev
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book elucidates the many uses of the slogan of freedom by ancient Greeks, beginning with the Peloponnesian war and continuing throughout the Hellenistic period, and shows in detail how the Romans appropriated and adjusted Greek political vocabulary and practices to establish the pax Romana over the Mediterranean world.
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Dmitriev, Sviatoslav.
Greek slogan of freedom and early Roman politics in Greece.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2011
(DLC) 2009053923
(OCoLC)496160379
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sviatoslav Dmitriev
ISBN: 0199896720 9780199896721 9780199705146 0199705143
OCLC Number: 755631703
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 524 pages) : maps
Contents: From the Peloponnesian War to the enthronement of Philip II of Macedonia --
The Macedonian peace of Philip II and Alexander the Great --
The slogan of freedom under and after the successors --
Rome and the Greeks from 229 to the declaration of Flamininus --
The origin of the Roman slogan of Greek freedom --
The Roman slogan of Greek freedom against Nabis and Antiochos III --
Rome and Greek cities --
Rhodes between Rome and Perseus --
The downfall of the Achaean league and Polybios's history --
The slogan of freedom from the king's peace to the pax romana --
Appendix 1. The end of the Theban affiliation with the second Athenian confederacy --
Appendix 2. Sparta's alleged participation in the Athens peace --
Appendix 3. The "Peace of 367" (the peace of Pelopidas) and Diodoros --
Appendix 4. The content of the king's peace and the "territorial clause" --
Appendix 5. Philip's leadership of the Thessalians --
Appendix 6. Demosthenes's Macedonian diplomacy in the reign of Alexander --
Appendix 7. Alexander's treatment of individual Greek cities of Asia Minor --
Appendix 8. The expeditions of Heracleides and Dicaearchos --
Appendix 9. Fides and (Roman and foreign) clientelae.
Responsibility: Sviatoslav Dmitriev.

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Dmitriev's study is a well-produced and often persuasive addition to the scholarship on the Roman conquest of Greece. * Dylan Bloy, Bryn Mawr Classical Review *

 
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