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The Archaeology of Greek and Roman Troy provides a synthetic overview of all excavations that have been conducted at Troy, from the 19th century through the latest discoveries between 1988 and the present. C. Brian Rose traces the social and economic development of the city and related sites in the Troad, as well as the development of its civic and religious centers from the Bronze Age through the early Christian period, with a focus on the settlements of Greek and Roman date. Along the way, he reconsiders the circumstances of the Trojan War and chronicles Troy's gradual development into a Homeric tourist destination and the adoption of Trojan ancestry by most nation-states in medieval Europe.Read more
- Provides the first comprehensive analysis of the archaeology of Troy, from the nineteenth- and early twentieth-century discoveries through the most recent excavations
- Author has co-directed the Troy excavations from 1988 to the present, making him the foremost authority on the subject
- This richly illustrated text, with over 150 black and white images and 29 color plates, will make Trojan history and archaeology accessible and useful to both student and expert
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"This is the book that everyone who has a strong interest in the history of ancient Troy or Ilion has been waiting for."
Oliver Dickinson, Anglo-Hellenic Review
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- Date Published: December 2013
- format: Hardback
- isbn: 9780521762076
- length: 442 pages
- dimensions: 262 x 183 x 20 mm
- weight: 1.1kg
- contains: 158 b/w illus. 29 colour illus.
- availability: In stock
Table of Contents
1. Troy in the Bronze Age
2. Troy during the Archaic Period
3. The tombs of the Granicus River Valley: the Polyxena sarcophagus
4. The tombs of the Granicus River Valley II: the child's sarcophagus
5. The tombs of the Granicus River Valley III: the Dedetepe tumulus
6. The tombs of the Granicus River Valley IV: the Çan sarcophagus
7. Ilion, Athens, and Sigeion during the 5th and 4th centuries BC
8. Ilion in the early Hellenistic period
9. The West Sanctuary during the Hellenistic period
10. Late Hellenistic and early imperial Ilion
11. From the Flavians to the Byzantines
12. The concept of Troy after antiquity.
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