The Cities of Pamphylia

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From the early Iron Age to the Middle Ages, Pamphylia in modern Turkey was a 'land of the Greek periphery' on the margins of Persian, Hellenistic, Roman, Arab and Byzantine empires. Grainger tells the stories of the nine Greek cities near the coast, using a range of fragmentary sources and archaeological evidence to consider the processes of foundation, settlement, urbanization and evolution as well as the impact of outside forces, such as pirates and Alexander the Great.

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The Cities of Pamphylia

The Cities of Pamphylia

Oxbow2009

Paperback284pp Illustrated243x170mm

9781842173343     Product Code: 295422

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From the early Iron Age to the Middle Ages, Pamphylia in modern Turkey was a 'land of the Greek periphery' on the margins of Persian, Hellenistic, Roman, Arab and Byzantine empires. Grainger tells the stories of the nine Greek cities near the coast, using a range of fragmentary sources and archaeological evidence to consider the processes of foundation, settlement, urbanization and evolution as well as the impact of outside forces, such as pirates and Alexander the Great.

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