A Companion to Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean

A spouse to Ethnicity within the historical Mediterranean provides a finished number of essays contributed by means of Classical reviews students that discover questions in terms of ethnicity within the historic Mediterranean global.

Covers themes of ethnicity in civilizations starting from historic Egypt and Israel, to Greece and Rome, and into past due Antiquity
• positive aspects state-of-the-art examine on ethnicity in terms of Philistine, Etruscan, and Phoenician identities
• unearths the categorical relationships among historic and glossy ethnicities
• Introduces an interpretation of ethnicity as an energetic part of social id
• Represents a basic wondering of officially authorised and stuck different types within the box

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Mithridates im Paradies. Kleine Geschichte des Sprachdenkens. München. A. 1985. The war of Chios against the Roman imperialism and assistance offered by the Greeks of Pontus, Archeion Pontou 14, 130-142. S. 1967. 2, 123-126. Watson, G. 1966. Theriac and Mithridatium: A Study in Therapeutics. London. Wiedemann, Th. 1997. 2006). Wyke, M. 2006. A Twenty-First-Century Caesar, in: M. ), Julius Ceasar in Western Culture. London, 305-323. 1 However, as in the case of the Seleukids and Attalids, no biography of this important king in Asia Minor has survived from antiquity.

In the mid-1850’s Comte Arthur de Gobineau (1853-1855) published his Essai sur l’inégalité des races humaines. Meyer 1879, 86: “Charakteristisch ist auch, dass er (Mithridates, den Vater einer neuen Geliebten, einen armen Zitherspieler, mit dem Geschenke der Wohnung und Habe eines eben Verstorbenen überraschte) ein Zug, der an die Geschichten von Harun al Raschid erinnert”. Reinach 1895, 277: “So ist Mithridates an Größe und Bedeutung weit mehr als ein Sultan, aber dennoch bildet der Sultan den Grundzug seines Wesens, mit seinen heftig auflodernde Zornesausbrüchen, seiner glühenden, ungezügelten Sinnlichkeit, die in plötzlicher Wallung ihre sofortige Befriedung erheischt”.

Reinach 1895, 295. Bengston 1986, 489. E. ”, Sette Corriera della Sera, n. 13, 2003, 33-43. Cited after Wyke 2006, 305, 320, n. 2. Heuss 1956. Heuss 2003, 258: “Mithridates war kein Barbar, vielmehr von jeher darauf gesonnen, sich die Ausstattung mit der damaligen Zivilisation, welche aber eine griechische und nun mit der Zeit schon eine griechisch römische war, zu verschaffen”. Duggan 1958, 9. Lampsides 1957; Tourlidis 1985, 130-142. McGing 1986; Portanova 1988; Ballesteros-Pastor 1996; Stefanidou 2002.

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