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Sport in the Greek and Roman worlds. Vol. 2, Greek athletic identities and roman sports and spectacle

Author: Thomas Francis Scanlon
Publisher: Oxford : University Press, 2014.
Series: Oxford readings in classical studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st ed., 1st impressionView all editions and formats
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From the identity of Greek athletes and the place of Greek games in the Roman era to forms, functions, and venues of Roman spectacles, this second volume of Sport in the Greek and Roman Worlds  Read more...

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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Francis Scanlon
ISBN: 9780198703778 0198703775 9780198703785 0198703783
OCLC Number: 913099007
Description: xii, 389 p. : il. ; 22 cm
Contents: GREEK SPORTS: IDENTITY, STATUS, AND THE ATHLETE; GREEK SPORTS IN THE ROMAN ERA; ETRUSCAN AND ROMAN SPORTS AND SPECTACLE
Series Title: Oxford readings in classical studies.
Other Titles: Greek athletic identities and roman sports and spectacle.
Responsibility: edited by Thomas F. Scanlon.

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These volumes assemble a notable array of scholarly treatments ranging across a great many aspects of ancient sport, and they are valuable for what they reveal about the past. But perhaps their Read more...

 
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