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Ancient Perceptions of Greek Ethnicity

Edited by Irad Malkin

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$59.95 • £47.95 • €54.00

ISBN 9780674006621

Publication Date: 09/30/2001


Related Subjects

  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • A Note on Transliteration
  • Introduction [Irad Malkin]
  • To Hellenikon ethnos: Ethnicity and the Construction of Ancient Greek Identity [David Konstan]
  • Ethnos and Ethnicity in Early Greece [Jeremy Mclnerney]
  • Ethne, Ethnicity, and Early Greek States, ca. 1200-480 BC: An Archaeological Perspective [Catherine Morgan]
  • Ethnicity and Colonization [Carla M. Antonaccio]
  • Contested Ethnicities: Perce ptions of Macedonia within Evolving Definitions of Greek Identity [Jonathan M. Hall]
  • Greek Ambiguities: Between “Ancient Hellas” and “Barbarian Epirus” [Irad Malkin]
  • Ethnicity, Genealogy, and Hellenism in Herodotus [Rosalind Thomas]
  • Ethnic Identity in Democratic Athens and the Visual Vocabulary of Male Costume [Beth Cohen]
  • The Discourse of Identity in Greek Rhetoric from Isocrates to Aristides [Suzanne Saïd]
  • Hellenistic Hellenes: The Case of Ptolemaic Egypt [Dorothy J. Thompson]
  • Yauna by the Sea and across the Sea [Heleen Sancisi-Weerdenburg]
  • Jewish Perspectives on Greek Culture and Ethnicity [Erich S. Gruen]
  • Shades of Greekness: A Lydian Case Study [Antony Spawforth]
  • The Contributors
  • Index

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