Being Greek Under Rome

Being Greek Under Rome

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These especially commissioned essays open up a fascinating and novel perspective on a crucial era of Western culture. In the second century CE the Roman empire dominated the Mediterranean, but Greek culture maintained its huge prestige. At the same time, Christianity and Judaism were vying for followers against the lures of such an elite cultural life. This book looks at how writers in Greek from all areas of Empire society responded to their political position, to intellectual authority, to religious and social pressures.Questions and identity The Roman Questions and the Greek Questions consist of a series of questions and answers about ... numerous, mostly lost works on local Greek history, and a number of works by the late Republican Roman polymath, anbsp;...


Title:Being Greek Under Rome
Author: Simon Goldhill
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 2006
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