Rome, the Greek World, and the East: Greek World, the Jews, and the East v. 3

Rome, the Greek World, and the East: Greek World, the Jews, and the East v. 3

By (author) Fergus Millar , Edited by Hannah M. Cotton , Edited by Guy M. Rogers

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This volume completes the three-volume collection of Fergus Millar's essays, which, together with his books, transformed the study of the Roman Empire by shifting the focus of inquiry onto the broader Mediterranean world and beyond. The eighteen essays presented here include Millar's classic contributions to our understanding of the impact of Rome on the peoples, cultures, and religions of the eastern Mediterranean, and the extent to which Graeco-Roman culture acted as a vehicle for the self-expression of the indigenous cultures. In an epilogue written to conclude the collection, Millar argues for rethinking the focus of "ancient history" itself and for considering the Levant and the eastern Mediterranean from the first millennium B.C.E. to the Islamic conquests a valid scholarly framework and an appropriate educational syllabus for the study of antiquity. English translations of extended ancient passages in Greek, Latin, and Semitic languages in all the essays make Millar's most important articles accessible for the first time to specialists and nonspecialists alike.

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  • Hardback | 560 pages
  • 160 x 238.8 x 38.1mm | 725.76g
  • 16 Oct 2006
  • The University of North Carolina Press
  • Chapel Hill
  • English
  • 4 illustrations, 3 maps, notes, index
  • 0807830305
  • 9780807830307

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FERGUS MILLAR is Camden Professor of Ancient History at Oxford University. HANNAH M. COTTON is professor of ancient history and classics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. GUY M. ROGERS is professor of classics and history at Wellesley College. Studies in the History of Greece and Rome

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"[Millar] explores this dauntingly broad topic with an admirable breadth of knowledge. . . . The collection allows a glimpse into what great academic careers are made of: seemingly insatiable intellectual curiosity and the courage to explore new avenues."-"Arctos"

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This volume completes the three-volume collection of Fergus Millar's essays, which, together with his books, transformed the study of the Roman Empire by shifting the focus of inquiry onto the broader Mediterranean world and beyond. The 18 essays presented here include Millar's classic contributions to our understanding of the impact of Rome on the peoples, cultures, and religions of the eastern Mediterranean, and the extent to which Graeco-Roman culture acted as a vehicle for the self-expression of the indigenous cultures. The volume also includes and epilogue by Millar written to conclude the collection.

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