The Archaeology of Greek Colonisation

The Archaeology of Greek Colonisation : Essays Dedicated to Sir John Boardman

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This collection of eight essays on the archaeology of Greek colonisation, dedicated to Sir John Boardman on the occasion of his retirement, is now being reprinted in paperback. Greek colonisation continues to be a much debated topic among ancient historians and archaeologists of the Mediterranean region. These classic essays focus on archaeological research, but they consider themes relevant to archaeologists and historians alike, including: the motivation for colonisation, identity and social integration; technology and trade; collaboration, competition and conflict. First published in 1994, the new edition includes a new preface and more

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  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 170.2 x 236.2 x 10.2mm | 385.56g
  • Oxford University School of Archaeology
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 31 b/w figs, 3tbs
  • 0947816615
  • 9780947816612
  • 866,138

Table of contents

The nature and standing of the early western colonies (A M Snodgrass); Precolonisation: early Greek contact with the East (M R Popham); Phoenicians and Greeks in the West: a view from Pithekoussai (D Ridgway); Prospectors and pioneers: Pithekoussai, Kyme and central Italy (J N Coldstream); Massalia and colonization in the north-western Mediterranean (B B Shefton): The foundation of Selinous: overpopulation or opportunities? (F De Angelis); Greek penetration of the Black Sea (G R Tsetskhladze); Settlement for trade and land in North Africa: problems of identity (J Boardman).show more

About G. R. Tsetskhladze

edited by Gocha R Tsetskhladze and Franco De Angelisshow more