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In this book Andrew Erskine examines the role and meaning of Troy in the changing relationship between Greeks and Romans, as Rome is transformed from a minor Italian city into a Mediterranean superpower. The book seeks to understand the significance ... weiterlesen
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Titel: Troy Between Greece and Rome: Local Tradition and Imperial Power
Autor/en: Andrew Erskine

ISBN: 0199265801
EAN: 9780199265800
Revised.
Sprache: Englisch.
OXFORD UNIV PR

August 2003 - kartoniert - 336 Seiten

Beschreibung

In this book Andrew Erskine examines the role and meaning of Troy in the changing relationship between Greeks and Romans, as Rome is transformed from a minor Italian city into a Mediterranean superpower. The book seeks to understand the significance of Rome's Trojan origins for the Greeks by considering the place of Troy and Trojans in Greek culture. It moves beyond the more familiar spheres of art and literature to explore the countless, overlapping, local traditions, the stories that cities told about themselves, a world often neglected by scholars.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction; PART I: ROME; 1. The Recovery of Trojan Rome; PART II: GREECE; 2. Homer and the Archaic Age; 3. The Persian Wars and the Denigration of the Trojans; 4. Trojan Past and Present; PART III: BETWEEN GREECE AND ROME; 5. Troy and the Western Greeks; 6. Pyrrhos, Troy, and Rome: An Interlude; 7. Greek States and Roman Relatives; 8. Old Gods, New Homes; 9. Ilion between Greece and Rome

Portrait

Andrew Erskine is Professor of Classics and Head of Department at the National University of Ireland, Galway

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The strengths of this book are its nuances, its marshalling of evidence and its subtle understanding of the problem of identity. There are numerous illuminating details of argument ... We learn a good deal about views of Troy beyond Athens, Alexander and Rome, which is refreshing and helpful, and Erskine's account of Rome's interest in Ilion itself is a textbook analysis of identity politics. This will be an interesting book for scholars, useful to students and accessible even to sixth formers. The Journal of Classics Teaching
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