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 4 provides information on the genealogies and calendar systems of different Greek peoples during the period of Hellenistic civilisation and includes maps to illustrate geographical developments.
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- Date Published: August 2012
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781108050999
- length: 730 pages
- dimensions: 229 x 152 x 41 mm
- weight: 1.06kg
- contains: 6 maps
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. Quellen und Literatur
2. Kalendar und Aeren
3. Die attischen Archonten
4. Die delischen Archonten
5. Die melesischen Stephanephoren
6. Die Könige von Makedonien
7. Die Könige von Epeiros
8. Die spartanischen Könige
9. Die Ptolemaeer
10. Die Seleukiden
11. Die kleinasiatischen Dynastien
12. Die archaeischen Strategen
13. Chronologie der Diadochenzeit
14. Chronologie der Geschichte des Westens
15. Alexander und Parmenion
16. Die Neuordnung des Reiches nach Alexanders Tode
17. Das Reich des Pleistarchos
18. Die auswärtigen Besitzungen der Ptolemaeer
19. Das Seleukidenreich
20. Das Reich der Antigoniden in Griechenland
21. Das Königreich Epeiros
22. Die Delphische Amphiktionie im III. Jarhrundert
23. Der Boeotische Bund
24. Zu Abschnitt II–VI
25. Zu Abschnitt XV
26. Zu Abschnitt XVI und XVII
27. Zu Abschnitt XVIII–XX
28. Zur Geistesgeschichte
Regentenlisten und Magistratsverzeichnisse
Kalendar und Feste
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