La Grèce archaïque d'Homère à Eschyle: VIIIe-VIe siècle av. - download pdf or read online

By Claude Mossé

ISBN-10: 2757845632

ISBN-13: 9782757845639

Los angeles Grèce archaïque d'Homère à Eschyle L'époque archaïque grecque fut longtemps l'équivalent de notre Moyen Age, considérée comme des siècles obscurs, rigides et figés. Or, grâce aux progrès de l'archéologie, à une lecture très nice des textes, on comprend mieux cette période qui, du coup, s'anime sous nos yeux : on assiste au passage du wrestle singulier à l. a. bataille rangée, de los angeles dépendance à los angeles démocratie au sein de l. a. cité, de los angeles piraterie à l'établissement des colonies lointaines, de l'univers des héros et des dieux au monde des hommes - paysans, sages législateurs et tyrans qui menèrent los angeles Grèce des temps héroïques à l'âge classique. Mieux qu'un livre d'histoire, des histoires. Un voyage en Grèce où Mycènes, Sparte, Athènes et les îles grecques revivent un lointain passé dont les strains nous sont désormais intelligibles et familières.

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They deserve a separate heading since they are not so much a commodity in themselves as a trace element reflecting the movement of the various commodities which they contained. 39 In theory, their evidence should be a godsend. In evaluating its potential, it is helpful to follow the format of the reports of Empereur and Garlan, and to distinguish the use of evidence about place of production from that of find-spot or contents. ) and in creating usable sequences of eponym-magistrates, there should be a realistic prospect of creating bar-graphs which would show, for each fabric and for each twenty-five or thirty-three year period, how many examples of each fabric were being produced.

Likewise, no-one aware of the sorts of fine houses which characterize the late classical and especially the Hellenistic period, notably at Delos but also elsewhere, can doubtthatwidespread social values allowed – even required – substantial resources to go into private house-building, house decoration with mosaics and wall-paintings, or fine furniture, in a way which had characterized only a few royal or would-be royal residences in the classical period. Equally, just as the Zenon archive reveals the degree of domestic elegance available to up-country colonialist Greeks, so too Athenaios’ accounts of the procession of Ptolemaios II at Alexandria in 279/8,66 of Antiochos IV’s procession at Daphne in 166, or of Karanos’ banquet,67 make clear that Hellenistic monarchs and aristocrats had the aspirations, and sometimes the resources, to emulate the levels of conspicuous consumption which Alexander showed at the funeral ceremonies for Hephaistion.

Here, Reger’s implicit and explicit answer, ‘Look at the movements which people and commodities are actually making’, is both commonsensical and helpful (helpful atleastwhen we have usable detailed evidence). However, ‘regional analysis’ is also debatable in various ways. One impinges at a purely practical level. Other work of mine in progress, which attempts to map the catchment area, or the zone of Hellenistic economies in the post-finley era 31 attraction, of the sanctuary at Delphi, reveals that it varies enormously according to function.

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