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Kurzbeschreibung Noted historian Nancy H. Demand joins the growing group of scholars who have abandoned traditional isolationist models of the development of the Greek polis and cast their gaze seaward, to the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean. The Mediterranean Context of Early Greek History reveals the role that the complex interaction of Mediterranean cultures and maritime connections had in shaping urbanization, including the ancient Greek city-states. With scholarly precision, The Mediterranean Context of Early Greek History offers fascinating insights into the wider context of the Greek city-state in the ancient world.
Aus dem Inhalt Introduction: The "Fantastic Cauldron" of the Mediterranean Koine
Chapter 1: Seafaring in the Mesolithic Mediterranean
Chapter 2: The Neolithic Revolution/ Transition
Chapter 3: The Neolithic Diaspora
Chapter 4: Urbanization in Mesopotamia
Chapter 5: The 3rd Millennium
Chapter 6: The Middle Bronze Age (2000-1550): Recoveries
Chapter 7: Late Bronze Age Maritime Networks
Chapter 8: The Late Bronze Age Collapse and its Aftermath