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Center for Hellenic Studies Colloquia 3

War and Society in the Ancient and Medieval Worlds

Asia, the Mediterranean, Europe, and Mesoamerica

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$19.50 • £15.95 • €17.50

ISBN 9780674006591

Publication Date: 10/30/2001

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496 pages

1 line illustration, 2 halftones, 16 maps

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  • Preface
  • 1. Introduction [Kurt Raaflaub and Nathan Rosenstein]
  • 2. Early China [Robin D. S. Yates]
  • 3. Japan to 1300 [W. Wayne Farris]
  • 4. Ancient Egypt [Andrea M. Gnirs]
  • 5. The Achaemenid Empire [Pierre Briant]
  • 6. Archaic and Classical Greece [Kurt Raaflaub]
  • 7. The Hellenistic World [Charles D. Hamilton]
  • 8. Republican Rome [Nathan Rosenstein]
  • 9. The Roman Empire [Brian Campbell]
  • 10. The Byzantine World [John Haldon]
  • 11. Early Medieval Europe [Bernard S. Bachrach]
  • 12. The Early Islamic World [Patricia Crone]
  • 13. Ancient Maya Warfare [David Webster]
  • 14. The Aztec World [Ross Hassig]
  • 15. A Paradigm for the Study of War and Society [R. Brian Ferguson]
  • 16. Epilogue [Victor Davis Hanson and Barry S. Strauss]
  • The Contributors
  • Index

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