The kingdom of Priam : Lesbos and the troad between Anatolia and the Aegean (Book, 2019) []
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The kingdom of Priam : Lesbos and the troad between Anatolia and the Aegean

Author: Aneurin Ellis-Evans
Publisher: Oxford Oxford University Press 2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st editionView all editions and formats

The Kingdom of Priam offers a detailed exploration of questions about regional integration in the ancient world through a diverse series of case studies focusing on the regional history of Lesbos and  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Hochschulschrift
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aneurin Ellis-Evans
ISBN: 9780198831983 0198831986
OCLC Number: 1103481333
Description: XXV, 350 Seiten
Contents: FrontmatterList of Maps and FiguresList of TablesList of Abbreviations0: Introduction0.1: Unthinking a Space0.2: Making a Region0.3: The Experience of Regionalism0.4: The View from the Bottom of the Well1: Ilion and its Contexts1.1: Introduction: The Regional Personality of Ilion1.2: Strabo's Troad1.3: The Posthumous Lysimachi of Ilion1.4: Ilion and the Koinon of Athena Ilias1.5: Conclusions2: The Forests of Mt. Ida2.1: Introduction2.2: The Saint and the Shepherd2.3: The Forests of Mt. Ida Imagined2.4: Theophrastos and the Forests of Mt. Ida2.5: Pitch Production on Mt. Ida2.6: Timber and Transport2.7: The Epiphenomenal Polis? Antandros, Mt. Ida, and the Troad2.8: The Inhabitants of Mt. Ida2.9: ConclusionsAppendix: The Flora of Mt. Ida in Theophrastos' Enquiry into Plants3: Horse Husbandry and Empire in the Middle Scamander Valley3.1: Introduction3.2: The Royal Herds around Mt. Ida3.2.1: Eumenes on Mt. Ida3.2.2: The Creation of the Royal Herds3.2.3: The Size of the Royal Herds3.2.4: Pasture3.2.5: Horse Reading in the Middle Scamander Valley3.3: The Royal Herds around Mt. Ida and Regional History3.3.1: The Cost of Horse Rearing3.3.2: The Adverse Impact of Large-Scale Horse Rearing3.3.3: Managing the Impact of Empire: Tax, Horse Rearing, and Elite Politics3.4: Conclusions4: The Mytilenaian Peraia and the Aktaian Cities4.1: Introduction4.2: The Mytilenaian Peraia4.2.1: The Aktaian Cities4.2.2: Athens and the Aktaian Cities4.2.3: Mytilene and the Aktaian Cities4.2.4: The Nature of the Mytilenaian Peraia4.3: Mytilene and the Mainland4.3.1: Beyond Territorial Control4.3.2: Coinage and Commercial Networks4.4: Conclusions5: The Hellenistic Koinon of the Lesbians5.1: Introduction5.2: The Refoundation of the Lesbian Koinon5.2.1: Between Sovereignty and Cooperation5.2.2: Federal Citizenship and Isopoliteia5.2.3: Interstate Diplomacy5.2.4: Foreign Judges5.2.5: Deliberative Bodies and Magistrates of the Koinon5.2.6: Mutual Defence and Tax Farming5.2.7: Conclusions5.3: Collective Lesbian Identity (7th-2nd c. BC)5.3.1: Collective Identities and Intra-Island Rivalries5.3.2: Collective Ethnics on Lesbian Coinage5.3.3: The Sanctuary at Messon5.3.4: Foundation Myths5.3.5: Identity and Iconography on the Coinages of Hellenistic Lesbos5.3.6: Proxeny and Separateness5.4: ConclusionsAppendix: The Treaty of the Lesbian Koinon6: Aiolian Land6.1: Introduction6.2: The Dispute over Mytilene's Peraia in Aiolis6.3: Aiolian and Lesbian Identities6.3.1: Lesbos and Aiolian Kinship before the 1st c. BC6.3.2: Mytilene's Aiolian Identity in the Julio-Claudian Period6.4: Between Regional and Imperial Space6.5: Conclusions7: ConclusionsEndmatterBibliographyGeneral IndexIndex of Sources
Responsibility: Aneurin Ellis-Evans.


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