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100 1  Ellis-Evans, Aneurin,|d1986-|0
245 14 The kingdom of Priam :|bLesbos and the Troad between 
       Anatolia and the Aegean /|cAneurin Ellis-Evans. 
250    First edition. 
264  1 Oxford :|bOxford University Press,|c2019. 
264  4 |c2019 
300    1 online resource :|billustrations (black and white), maps
       (black and white). 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
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490 1  Oxford classical monographs 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
505 0  Introduction -- Ilion and its contexts -- The forests of 
       Mt Ida -- Horse husbandry and empire in the middle 
       Scamander Valley -- The Mytilenaian Peraia and the Aktaian
       cities -- The Hellenistic Koinon of the lesbians -- 
       Aiolian land. 
520    How do regions form and evolve? What are the human and 
       geographical factors which help to unify a region, and 
       what are the political considerations which limit 
       integration and curtail co-operation between a region's 
       communities? Through a diverse series of case studies 
       focusing on the regional history of Lesbos and the Troad 
       from the seventh century BC down to the first century AD, 
       The Kingdom of Priam offers a detailed exploration of 
       questions about regional integration in the ancient world.
       Drawing on a wide range of evidence - from the geography 
       of Strabo and the botany of Theophrastos, to the accounts 
       of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century travellers and the 
       epigraphy, numismatics, and archaeology of the region - 
       these case studies analyse the politics of processes of 
       regional integration in the Troad and examine the insular 
       identity of Lesbos, the extent to which the island was 
       integrated into the mainland, and the consequences of this
       relationship for its internal dynamic. Throughout it is 
       argued that although Lesbos and the Troad became ever more
       economically well-integrated over the course of this 
       period, they nevertheless remained politically fragmented 
       and were only capable of unified action at moments of 
       severe crisis. These regional dynamics intersected in 
       complex and often unexpected ways with the various 
       imperial systems (Persian, Athenian, Macedonian, Attalid, 
       Roman) which ruled over the region and shaped its internal
       dynamics, both through direct interventions in regional 
       politics and through the pressures and incentives which 
       these imperial systems created for local communities. 
588 0  Print version record. 
651  0 Troas (Turkey)|0
651  0 Troas (Turkey)|0
651  0 Lesbos (Greece : Municipality)|0
776 08 |iPrint version:|aEllis-Evans, Aneurin, 1986-|tKingdom of 
       Priam.|bFirst edition.|dOxford, United Kingdom ; New York,
       NY : Oxford University Press, 2019|z9780198831983|w(DLC)  
830  0 Oxford classical monographs.|0
990    Oxford University Press|bOxford Scholarship Online 
       Classical Studies|c2021-03-12|yOCLC control number change
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