Troy Between Greece and Rome
Local Tradition and Imperial Power
By (author) Andrew Erskine
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Troy Between Greece and Rome by Andrew Erskine
Book DescriptionTroy linked Greece and Rome. It was once the subject of the greatest of Greek poems and the mother city of the Romans. It gave the Romans a place in the mythical past of the Greeks, it gave Greeks a way of approaching Rome, and it gave the emperor Augustus, descendant of Aeneas, a suitably elevated ancestry. In this book Andrew Erskine examines the role and meaning of Troy in the changing relationship between Greeks and Romans, as Rome is transformed from a minor Italian city into a Mediterranean superpower. In contrast to earlier studies the emphasis is on the Greek rather than the Roman perspective. The book seeks to understand the significance of Rome's Trojan origins for the Greeks by considering the place of Troy and Trojans in Greek culture. It moves beyond the more familiar spheres of art and literature to explore the countless, overlapping, local traditions, the stories that cities told about themselves, a world often neglected by scholars.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780199265800
(216mm x 138mm x 17mm)
Imprint: Oxford University Press
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publish Date: 14-Aug-2003
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Books By Author Andrew Erskine
Rome, Polybius, and the East, Hardback (January 2015)
This volume offers a collection of seventeen of the more important papers written by the late Peter Derow during the course of his career. With a detailed introduction by the editors, it is essential reading for anyone interested in Roman imperialism or Polybius, and Rome's rise to Mediterranean power.
Companion to Ancient History, Paperback (December 2012)
Comprising more than 40 essays by leading international scholars, this volume moves beyond a conventional focus on Greece and Rome and provides coverage of the many cultures within the ancient Mediterranean.
Hellenistic Stoa, Paperback (March 2011)
Andrew Erskine pieces together the evidence for early Stoic political thought to examine the transition, setting the philosophy in its historical context showing how political thought and action interrelate in the process.
Form and Function in Roman Oratory, Hardback (July 2010)» View all books by Andrew Erskine
This book explores the interplay of form and function in both real and fictional oratory at Rome.
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Author Biography - Andrew Erskine
Andrew Erskine is Professor of Classics and Head of Department at the National University of Ireland, Galway
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