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This is a collection of studies on the Roman Near East and Judaea, on Jewish history in the Roman period and on the Roman army in general. It includes papers on literary sources and inscriptions. Newly published material and recent studies are discussed and evaluated.
John D. Grainger
The Prosopography notes all people who lived in or were concerned with the great Seleukid empire; the Gazetteer lists the places, peoples and institutions of that empire; their activites are noted, providing a unique comprehensive guide to the kingdom.
This work examines the evidence for the history, personnel, and institutions of fourth century Athenian settlements, questioning many conventional interpretations, improving inscriptional texts, and providing data on more than 1000 persons associated with the settlements.
Patricia A. Watson
This is the first full-length study of the stepmother in antiquity. Making use of Graeco-Roman sources as well as modern studies of the stepfamily, it demonstrates how the literary stereotype of the stepmother reflects both real-life circumstances and misogynistic prejudice.
Edited by I. Malkin and Z.W. Rubinsohn
This study presents a new theory about the developments in shipping and naval organization that culminated in the invention - around 530 BC in the eastern Mediterranean - of the Trireme, and the subsequent adoption of this first specialized warship of ancient history by all the naval powers of ...
Frank L. Holt
This study should appeal to anyone interested in the civilizations of Greece and Central Asia, from the expert to the undergraduate.
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