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Griechische Geschichte

Volume 3. Bis auf Aristoteles und die eroberung Asiens

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  • Date Published: August 2012
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108050975

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  • Educated at Palermo, Rome and Heidelberg, the classical and economic historian Karl Julius Beloch (1845–1929) lived most of his life in Italy, becoming a professor extraordinarius of ancient history at the University of Rome in 1879. German scholars, notably Theodor Mommsen, criticised Beloch's work for his scepticism towards traditional material and his more subjective approach. In addition to important work on ancient demography, he produced this controversial yet influential opus, revised and published in four volumes between 1912 and 1927, in which he questions conventional views on Greek history. Each volume in its first part outlines historical events and in the second part goes into greater detail, emphasising Beloch's unique perspective. The second part of Volume 3 assesses the reigns of certain rulers and kings, and also evaluates social structures, in the time before Alexander the Great's conquest of Asia.

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    • Date Published: August 2012
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108050975
    • length: 520 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 29 mm
    • weight: 0.76kg
    • contains: 1 map
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Kratippos
    2. Zur Quellenkunde
    3. Die Könige von Makedonien
    4. Die Tyrannen von Therae
    5. Die Könige von Thrakien
    6. Die Tyrannen am Pontos
    7. Euagoras und sein Haus
    8. Das Haus des Dionysios
    9. Die Könige von Karthago
    10. Die Könige von Aegypten
    11. Die Könige von Persien
    12. Satrapen und Satrapien in Kleinasien
    13. Der dritte athenische Seebund
    14. Der arkadische Seebund
    15. Der epeirotische Seebund
    16. Das Reich des Dionysios
    17. Die zweite Oligarchie in Athen
    18. Der Perserkrieg 400–394
    19. Der korinthische Krieg
    20. Der kyprische und aegyptische Krieg
    21. Vom Königsfrieden bis Leuktra
    22. Die Zeit der thebanischen Hegemonie
    23. Der Prozess des Epameinondas
    24. Der grosse Satrapenaufstand
    25. Der Bundesgenossenkrieg
    26. Der heilige Krieg
    27. Der olynthische Krieg
    28. Der Eroberung Aegyptens durch Ochos
    29. Die Chronologie der Jahre 346–336
    30. Chaeroneia
    31. Die Chronologie der Feldzüge Alexanders
    32. Das Heer Alexanders
    33. Alexanders Donaufeldzug
    34. Die Schlacht bei Issos
    35. Chronologie der Geschichte siciliens
    36. Die Bevölkerung attikas
    37. Zur Wirtschaftsgeschichte
    Herrscher- und Beamtenlisten
    Stammtafeln
    Karte.

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