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Greek Settlements in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Black SeaG. R. Tsetskhladze and A. M. Snodgrass 2002 © BAR Publishing
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This volume publishes revised versions of papers originally given at a joint seminar of the Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge and the Department of Classics, Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London, held in Cambridge in the autumn of 1996. The main aim of the seminar was to give as clear a picture as possible of the Greeks settled in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Pontus. The work also includes a further paper by Yasemin Tuna-Norling, not given at the seminar, that extends the picture of the Eastern Mediterranean. The papers presented here focus on Greek colonisation and on the manifold aspects of Graeco-native relations - cultural, political, economic, etc. - not simply from a Hellenic point of view but also from that of the locals. Some authors concentrate on literary or archaeological evidence; others seek to combine them in various ways.
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- Levant / Near East
- Identity / Gender / Childhood / Ethnicity / Romanization
- Neolithic / Chalcolithic
- Architecture / Domestic and Urban Buildings and Space / Urbanism
- Bronze Age and Iron Age
- Greece, Aegean, Crete and Black Sea
- Epigraphy / Ancient and Medieval Texts / Papyri
- Trade / Exchange / Travel / Economy
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