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100 1  Ehrenberg, Victor 
245 10 Man, State and Deity :|bEssays in Ancient History 
264  1 Abingdon, Oxon :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2011 
264  4 |c©1974 
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490 1  Routledge Revivals Ser 
505 0  Front Cover -- Man, State and Deity -- Copyright Page -- 
       Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Preface -- 1. East and 
       West in antiquity -- 2. Freedom - ideal and reality -- 3. 
       Prometheus -- 4. Dike and Eros -- 5. Some aspects of the 
       transition from the Classical to the Hellenistic Age -- 6.
       The Hellenistic Age -- 7. Some Roman concepts of state and
       empire -- 8. Caesar's final aims -- 9. Remarks on the 
       meaning of history -- Index 
520    First published in 1974, this book is a collection of nine
       essays written by Victor Ehrenberg between 1925 and 1967, 
       five of which had not been published before. They deal 
       with a number of aspects of Greek and Roman history, and 
       with the nature of ancient history in the East and West. 
       The first essay is a broad survey of interactions between 
       opposing forces and ideas in the world as seen from the 
       most ancient Near Eastern civilizations to the beginning 
       of the western Middle Ages and the era of Byzantium; this 
       is followed by discussions of topics from Classical and 
       Hellenistic Greece and Republican and Imperial Rome, with 
       the accent on the history of ideas and institutions -
       freedom, the Greek city-state, and Roman concepts of state
       and empire. The final chapter consists of personal 
       reflections on the meaning of history from the writer's 
       own characteristic viewpoint, and is, as he admits, more 
       in the way of a confession than pure scholarship 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 History, Ancient.;Civilization, Ancient 
655  4 Electronic books 
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       : Essays in Ancient History|dAbingdon, Oxon : Taylor & 
       Francis Group,c2011|z9780415691871 
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