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. In the second part of Volume 1, revised and reissued here in its 1926 printing, the author assesses the nature of different Greek peoples in the time before the Persian Empire.
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- Date Published: August 2012
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781108050937
- length: 442 pages
- dimensions: 229 x 152 x 25 mm
- weight: 0.65kg
- contains: 1 map
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. Zur historischen Methode
2. Die neuere Forschung
3. Quellen der älteren griechischen Geschischte
4. Die Nationalität der Epeiroten
5. Die Pelasger
6. Mythische Völker
7. Die Phoeniker am aegaeischen Meer
8. Die 'griechischer Völkerwanderung'
9. Die erste Kolonisationsperiode
10. Das Eisen bei Homer
11. Die Chronologie der minoisch-mykenischen Zeit
12. Die Chronologie des Epos
13. Die vier grossen Nationalfeste
14. Die Olympioniken
15. Die attischen Archonten
16. Die Könige von Sparta
17. Die Könige von Argos
18. Die Wahlkönige von Thessalien
19. Die Könige von Kyrene
20. Die zweite Kolonisationsperiode
22. Die Phoeniker am westlichen Mittelmeer
23. Lykurgos und Dracon
24. Die messenischen Kriege
25. Die Kypseliden
26. Die Tyrannen von Sikyon
27. Peisistratos und sein Haus
28. Zur Geschichte der Peisistratidenzeit
29. Zur Verfassungsgeschichte Athens
31. Zur Literaturgeschichte
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