By Julia Valeva, Emil Nankov, Denver Graninger
A spouse to historic Thrace provides a chain of essays that exhibit the newly famous complexity of the social and cultural phenomena of the peoples inhabiting the Balkan outer edge of the Classical world.
• encompasses a wealthy and specific review of Thracian historical past from the Early Iron Age to past due Antiquity
• contains contributions from prime students within the archaeology, paintings heritage, and normal historical past of Thrace
• Balances attention of fabric proof with regards to old Thrace with extra conventional literary sources
• Integrates a learn of Thrace inside of a vast context that incorporates the cultures of the jap Mediterranean, southwest Asia, and southeast Europe/Eurasia
• displays the influence of recent theoretical techniques to economic climate, ethnicity, and cross-cultural interplay and hybridity in historical Thrace
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Meaningful connections also existed to the south over Strandzha (Isaac 1986, 144) and along the coast to the north, where Anchialos, rich in salt (Khrischer, Georgiev, and Tchotchov 1982), was founded under Apollonian influence on the northern passage into the Bay of Burgas (Str. 1) and grew to become a bone of contention with the neighboring coastal city of Mesambria in the Hellenistic period (IGBulg 12 388bis). The combination of defensible site located in a resource rich environment on major inland and coastal communication routes made the settlement not only powerful, but desired by prospective regional hegemons, whether Thracian dynasts or Roman commanders.
Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences. Full presentation of the road network of the Byzantine empire, with critical discussion of earlier periods of historical geography and topography. Among published and forthcoming publications, vols. 6 (Thrakien: 1991), 10 (Aigaion Pelagos: 1998), and 12 (Ostthrakien: in preparation) are relevant to the study of ancient Thrace. Isaac, Benjamin. 1986. The Greek Settlements in Thrace until the Macedonian Conquest (Studies of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society 10).
Istoricheska geografiya na trakiiskite plemena do III v. e. Sofia: Izdatelstvo na Bulgarskata Akademiya na Naukite. Giseke, Bernhard. 1858. Thrakisch‐pelasgische Stämme der Balkanhalbinsel und ihre Wanderungen in mythischer Zeit. G. Teubner. Hasluck, Frederick William. 1910–1911. ” The Annual of the British School at Athens, 17: 76–79. Hasluck, Frederick William. 1911–1912. ” The Annual of the British School at Athens, 18: 216. Hiller von Gaertringen, Friedrich. 1886. De Graecorum fabulis ad Thraces pertinentibus quaestiones criticae.
A Companion to Ancient Thrace by Julia Valeva, Emil Nankov, Denver Graninger