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x, 339 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198807728 20180226
Within the newly thriving field of ancient Greek and Roman performance and dance studies, The Anatomy of Dance Discourse offers a fresh and original perspective on ancient perceptions of dance. Focusing on the second century CE, it provides an overview of the dance discourse of this period and explores the conceptualization of dance across an array of different texts, from Plutarch and Lucian of Samosata, to the apocryphal Acts of John, Longus, and Apuleius. The volume is divided into two Parts: while the second Part discusses ekphraseis of dance performance in prose and poetry of the Roman imperial period, the first delves more deeply into an examination of how both philosophical and literary treatments of dance interacted with other areas of cultural expression, whether language and poetry, rhetoric and art, or philosophy and religion. Its distinctive contribution lies in this juxtaposition of ancient theorizations of dance and philosophical analyses of the medium with literary depictions of dance scenes and performances, and it attends not only to the highly encoded genre of pantomime, which dominated the stage in the Roman empire, but also to acrobatic, non-representational dances. This twofold nature of dance sparked highly sophisticated reflections on the relationship between dance and meaning in the ancient world, and the volume defends the novel claim that in the imperial period it became more and more palpable that dance, unlike painting or sculpture, could be representational or not: a performance of nothing but itself. It argues that dance was understood as a practice in which human beings, whether as dancers or spectators, are confronted with the irreducible reality of their own physical existence, which is constantly changing, and that its way to cognition and action is physical experience.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198807728 20180226
Green Library
xviii, 382 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Preface List of Figures, Maps and Tables Notes on Abbreviations Notes on Contributors Part 1: Introduction 1 Thinking about Military Defeat in Ancient Mediterranean Society â Brian Turner and Jessica H. Clark Part 2: The Ancient Near East 2 Ideology, Politics, and the Assyrian Understanding of Defeat â Sarah C. Melville 3 The Assassination of Tissaphernes: Royal Responses to Military Defeat in the Achaemenid Empire â Jeffrey Rop 4 Achaemenid Soldiers, Alexander's Conquest, and the Experience of Defeat â John O. Hyland Part 3: Classical Greece and the Hellenistic World 5 Military Defeat in Fifth-Century Athens: Thucydides and His Audience â Edith Foster 6 Demosthenes, Chaeronea, and the Rhetoric of Defeat â Max L. Goldman 7 Spartan Responses to Defeat: From a Mythical Hysiae to a Very Real Sellasia â Matthew Trundle 8 "No Strength To Stand": Defeat at Panium, the Macedonian Class, and Ptolemaic Decline â Paul Johstono Part 4: The Roman World 9 Defeat and the Roman Republic: Stories from Spain â Jessica H. Clark 10 The Ones Who Paid the Butcher's Bill: Soldiers and War Captives in Roman Comedy â Amy Richlin 11 Defeated by the Forest, the Pass, the Wind: Nature as an Enemy of Rome â Ida OEstenberg 12 Imperial Reactions to Military Failures in the Julio-Claudian Era â Brian Turner 13 "By Any Other Name": Disgrace, Defeat, and the Loss of Legionary History â Graeme A. Ward 14 Recycling the Classical Past: Rhetorical Responses from the Roman Period to a Military Loss in Classical Greece â Sviatoslav Dmitriev 15 The Roman Emperor as Persian Prisoner of War: Remembering Shapur's Capture of Valerian â Craig H. Cald well III Part 5: Epilogue Epilogue â Nathan Rosenstein Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004298583 20180122
In Brill's Companion to Military Defeat in Ancient Mediterranean Society, Jessica H. Clark and Brian Turner lead a re-examination of how Near Eastern, Greek, and Roman societies addressed - or failed to address - their military defeats and casualties of war. Original case studies illuminate not only how political and military leaders managed the political and strategic consequences of military defeats, but also the challenges facing defeated soldiers, citizens, and other classes, who were left to negotiate the meaning of defeat for themselves and their societies. By focusing on the connections between war and society, history and memory, the chapters collected in this volume contribute to our understanding of the ubiquity and significance of war losses in the ancient world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004298583 20180122
Green Library
125 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Une Méditerranée de rencontres et d'échanges -- D'une rive à l'autre, des valeurs partagées -- Une Méditerranée noire, celle des conflits et de la haine -- Le système méditerranéen, un système de différences complémentaires -- De la coexistence bienveillante à l'affrontement sanglant.
"Comment penser la Méditerranée ? Un monde de parfums, de couleurs, d'échanges et de rencontres ? Un ensemble de sociétés qui présentent un air de famille ? Mais c'est aussi un univers de conflits et de haine. Comment passe-t-on de la coexistence bienveillante à l'affrontement sanglant ? Chaque groupe se définit ici dans un jeu de miroirs avec ses voisins. Et ce sont ce jeu et ces différences qui permettent de parler d'un "monde méditerranéen". Aussi, rappeler les pratiques de mixité, les épisodes heureux de coexistence, les valeurs partagées d'une rive à l'autre, ne doit pas masquer la vigueur des antagonismes, car les deux forment un tout insécable. Une voie pour les adoucir, peut-être les surmonter, est de prendre conscience de leur relativité. Ce voyage en Méditerranée, dans l'espace et dans le temps, invite à ce pas de côté..."--Page 4 of cover.
Green Library
293 pages ; 24 cm.
Green Library
xv, 416 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
  • Introduction : the growing international relevance of Mediterranean politics / Richard Gillespie and Frédéric Volpi
  • The historical construction of the Mediterranean / Dominic Fenech and Michelle Pace
  • Historical/geopolitical turning points in the modern Mediterranean : cold war, post cold-war and Arab Spring / Francesco Cavatorta
  • Regionalism and the Mediterranean : long history, odd partners / Federica Bicchi
  • Securing the Mediterranean, inventing the 'Middle East' / Pinar Bilgin
  • From imperialism to failed liberal peace : how Europe contributed to MENA's failing states system and how MENA blowback threatens Europe / Raymond Hinnebusch
  • A new era in Euro-Mediterranean relations / Richard Youngs
  • EU member states' representation and positioning and the north-south divide in Euro-Mediterranean affairs / Tobias Schumacher
  • The north-south divide : southern perceptions of the Mediterranean / Yahia H. Zoubir
  • US outlook on the Mediterranean / Katerina Dalacoura
  • Israeli regional perspectives and the Mediterranean / Daniela Huber
  • Turkish regional perspectives and the Mediterranean / Bill Park
  • The Mediterranean observes the world, the world observes the Mediterranean : conflict and peace in the Mediterranean / Stephan Stetter
  • Military and politics in the Mediterranean / Aurel Croissant and Tanja Eschenauer
  • Stalled conflicts in the Mediterranean / Neophytos Loizides
  • Insurgencies, terrorism, and political violence in the Mediterranean region / Krista E. Wiegand
  • Do regional organizations contribute to security? Perspectives on Euro-Mediterranean cooperation / Niklas Bremberg
  • Regime resilience and the Arab uprisings in the Southern Mediterranean : four emerging approaches for explaining authoritarian persistence / Matt Buehler and Amnah Ibraheem
  • Beyond state and market : developmental strategies in the Arab world / Amr Adly
  • The political economy of energy in the Mediterranean / Gonzalo Escribano
  • Globalization and the Mediterranean / Patrick Holden
  • Minding development gaps in EU Mediterranean policies : a variegated neo-liberalization thesis? / Karim Knio
  • Climate change, environmental degradation and renewable energy / Michael Mason
  • Politics and tourism in
  • the Mediterranean region / Raoul Bianchi and Tom Selwyn
  • Debates on civil society in the Mediterranean / Benoit Challand
  • Transnational advocacy networks and human rights activism / Laura Feliu
  • Islamist movements in the Mediterranean : modernist Islam, Islamism, and Salafism / Roel Meijer
  • Women's movements within Euro-Mediterranean politics : necessity of going beyond 'the Arab woman' / Ali Bilgic
  • Youth activism and protest around the Mediterranean / Emma C. Murphy
  • New media, activism, and the transformative Arab political landscape / Sahar Khamis
  • Digital communications and social networks : co-evolution of digital activism and repression during the Arab uprisings / Ben Wagner
  • Mediterranean migrants and refugees : historical and political continuities and discontinuities / Sarah Wolff and Leila Hadj-Abdou
  • Intercultural dialogue across the Mediterranean troubled waters : challenges to the Anna Lindh Foundation / Stefania Panebianco.
Green Library
xiv, 345 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Series Editor s Preface Acknowledgements Chapter I: The Western Mediterranean: Sites of Encounter and Cultural Production: Introduction Part I: Geography, History and Cultural Contexts Chapter II: The Imperatives of Geography and Climate: Sea and Land in the Western Mediterranean Chapter III: History in the Mediterranean: From Unity to Fragmentation, circa 450 CE until the Early Modern World Chapter IV: History in the Mediterranean: The Making of the Modern World Chapter V: Religions of the Western Mediterranean: Unity and Fragmentation in the Religious History of the Sea Chapter VI: Religions of the Western Mediterranean: Conversos and Renegades Chapter VII: Language, Culture, and Community in the Western Mediterranean Part II: Mediterranean Encounters Chapter VIII: Encounters I: Traveling in the Western Mediterranean Chapter IX: Encounters II: The Mediterranean as a Site of Conflict, Movement, and Encounter Chapter X: Between Two Worlds. Sites of Encounter: Iberia, Sicily, Tunis, Algiers, and Marseille Chapter XI: On the Waters of the Western Mediterranean: Islands and Towns Chapter XII: The Western Mediterranean and the World Bibliography Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781405188173 20171121
From the Straits of Gibraltar to Sicily, the European northern Mediterranean nations to the shores of North Africa, the western Mediterranean is a unique cultural and sociopolitical entity which has had a singular role in shaping today s global society. The Western Mediterranean and the World is the fascinating story of the rise of that peculiar world and of its evolution from the end of the Western Roman Empire to the present. Uniquely, rather than present the history of the region as a strict chronological progression, the author takes a thematic approach, telling his story through a series of vignettes, case studies, and original accounts so as to provide a more immediate sense of what life in and around the Mediterranean was like from the end of the Roman Empire in the West to the present immigration crisis now unfolding in Mediterranean waters. Emphasizing the development of religion and language and the enduring synergies and struggles between Christian, Jews, and Muslims on both shores of the western sea, Dr. Ruiz connects the region to the larger world and locates the development of Mediterranean societies within a global context. Describes the move from religious and linguistic unity under Roman rule to the fragmented cultural landscape of todayExplores the relationship of language, culture, and geography, focusing on the role of language formation and linguistic identity in the emergence of national communitiesTraces the movements of peoples across regions and their encounters with new geographical, cultural, and political realitiesAddresses the emergence of various political identities and how they developed into set patterns of political organizationEmphasizes the theme of encounters as seen from Christian, Muslim, and Jewish perspectives While it is sure to become a definitive text for university courses on Mediterranean history, The Western Mediterranean and the World will also have great appeal among scholars of the Mediterranean as well as general readers of history.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781405188173 20171121
Green Library
vi, 147 pages ; 18 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
355 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 28 cm.
  • The age of Tarquinius Superbus : history and archaeology / Patricia Lulof, Christopher Smith
  • Le règne de Tarquin le Superbe dans l'historiographie romaine antériure à l'époque circéronienne : motifs classés et variations / Martine Chassignet
  • L'hellénisme de Tarquin le Superbe / Michel Humm
  • Templi sopra case : archaeologia dell' adfectatio regni / Mario Torelli
  • Tarquinius Superbus and the purchase of the sibylline books : conflicting models of price formation in Archaic Rome / Cristiano Viglietti
  • Latinorum sibi maxime gentem conviliabt (Livio I 49,8) : transformazione dei paesaggi di Roma e del Lazio dal Regno del Superbo all'inizio della repubblica / Paolo Carafa
  • Apiolae, pometia e Cora / Domenico Palombi
  • Believing the unbelievable? : A Greek perspective on the Tarquinian world / Vladimir V. Stissi
  • Looking for a royal residence : architecture and social complexity in Archaic Rome / Elisabeth Van't Lindenhout
  • The archaic temple of S. Omobono : new discoveries and old problems / Paolo Brocato, Nicola Terrenato
  • Arianna ritrovata! : un nuovo gruppo acroteriale dall'Area Sacra del Foro Boario / Anna Mura Sommella
  • Small, medium or extra-long? : prolegomena to any future metaphysics on the reconstructions of the Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus Capitolinus / Gabriele Cifani
  • The Rome of Tarquinius Superbus : issues of demography and economy / Guy Bradley
  • Tarquins, Romans and a rchitecture at the threshold of republic / John Hopkins
  • Tarquinio il superbo e Tarquinia : un rapporto intricato e complesso / Maria Bonghi Jovino
  • Quale Hercle nella Roma di Tarquinio il Superbo / Giovanna Bagnasxo Gianni
  • Caere nell'eta' deo 'tiranni' / Vincenzo Bellelli
  • Veio nell'età di Tarquinio il Superbo : appunti sulle produzioni artigianali / Laura Maria Michetti
  • The apparent invisibility of the non-elite and rural settlement north of the Tiber in the age of Tarquin / Simon Stoddart
  • In search of the archais countryside : different scenarios for the ruralisation of satricum and crustumerium / Peter Attema, Tymon de Haas, Jorn Seubers, Gijs Tol --Il territorio laziale a nord dell' Aniene nell'età di Tarquinio il Superbo / Francesco di Fennaro, Angelo Amoroso, Barbara Belelli Marchiesini, Letizia Ceccarelli
  • Osservazioni sulla produzione coroplastica a Roma e nel Lazio tra la fine della monarchia e gli inizi dell'età repubblicana / Claudia Carlucci
  • La regia di Gabii nell'età dei Tarquini / Marco Fabbri
  • Decorative systems at the sanctuaries of Ardea between the period of Tarquinius Superbus and the early republic : models and productions / Letizia Ceccarelli
  • Satricum nel periodo di Tarquino Superbo : cambiando prospettiva / Marijke Gnade
  • The ager pomptinus and Rome : the impact of Roman colonization in the late regal and early republican period / Tymn de Haas
  • Ai margini del Latium vetus nell'età di Tarquinio il Superbo : riflessioni su vecchi e nouvi dati / Luciana Drago
  • Gli Ernici nell'età dei Tarquini tra fonti letterarie e nuove scoperte archaeologiche . Sandra Gatti
  • Segni e il suo territorio dall nascita dell'abitato all colonia di Tarquinio / Francesco Maria Cifarelli
  • ...Signiam circeiosque colonos misit, pradesidia urbi futura terra marique (Liv. 1.56.3) : Tarquinio il Superbo e l'invio di coloni nel Latium vetus / Monica Chiabà
  • Cuma al tempo dei Tarquini / Carlo Rescigno .
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

9. The ancient city [2017]

xiii, 225 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • 1. Introduction: the ancient city as concept and reality-- 2. Origins, development and spread of cities in the ancient world-- 3. City and country-- 4. Urban landscape and environment-- 5. Politics and political institutions-- 6. Civic ritual and civic identity-- 7. Urban society: stratification and mobility-- 8. The urban economy-- 9. City-states and cities and states-- 10. The end of the ancient city?
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521198356 20170109
Greece and Rome were quintessentially urban societies. Ancient culture, politics and society arose and developed in the context of the polis and the civitas. In modern scholarship, the ancient city has been the subject of intense debates due to the strong association in Western thought between urbanism, capitalism and modernity. In this book, Arjan Zuiderhoek provides a survey of the main issues at stake in these debates, as well as a sketch of the chief characteristics of Greek and Roman cities. He argues that the ancient Greco-Roman city was indeed a highly specific form of urbanism, but that this does not imply that the ancient city was somehow 'superior' or 'inferior' to forms of urbanism in other societies, just (interestingly) different. The book is aimed primarily at students of ancient history and general readers, but also at scholars working on urbanism in other periods and places.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521198356 20170109
Green Library
xxiii, 2007 pages ; 18 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xxi, 153 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm.
  • 1. Why the Mediterranean?.- 2. The Thalassal Optic.- 3. Negotiating the Corrupting Sea: Literature "in" and "of" the Medieval Mediterranean.- 4. Desiderata for the Study of Early Modern Art of the Mediterranean.- 5. The Maritime, the Ecological, the Cultural-and the Fig Leaf: Prospects for Medieval Mediterranean Studies.- 6. Beneath the Surface: Responses and Queries.- 7. Reflections: Talking Mediterranean.- 8. Further Reading.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319557250 20171201
This book provides a systematic framework for the emerging field of Mediterranean studies, collecting essays from scholars of history, literature, religion, and art history that seek a more fluid understanding of "Mediterranean." It emphasizes the interdependence of Mediterranean regions and the rich interaction (both peaceful and bellicose, at sea and on land) between them. It avoids applying the national, cultural and ethnic categories that developed with the post-Enlightenment domination of northwestern Europe over the academy, working instead towards a dynamic and thoroughly interdisciplinary picture of the Mediterranean. Including an extensive bibliography and a conversation between leading scholars in the field, Can We Talk Mediterranean? lays the groundwork for a new critical and conceptual approach to the region.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319557250 20171201
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
309 pages ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xvi, 392 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
This book uniquely looks at the many facets of Greek generalship through the individual careers of some of the best-known Greek commanders. They include the Spartan king Leonidas, who embodied his countrymen's heroic ethos in the battle of Thermopylae against the Persian invader; the Athenian leader Themistocles, credited as the architect of Athens' naval power and of the Greek victory over the Persians; the famous democratic leader, Pericles, who prepared Athens and directed its conflict with Sparta, known as the Peloponnesian War; the Athenian general Demosthenes, who deviated from contemporary conventions of warfare with his innovative approach; the Spartan general Lysander, who won the Peloponnesian War for Sparta; Dionysius I of Syracuse, Sicily, arguably the most innovative and best skilled of the eight generals discussed in this book; and Epaminondas and Pelopidas who together transformed their city, Thebes, into an hegemonic power. The book describes the nature of these leaders' command and the mark they left on Greek history and warfare. It draws attention to the important role that personality played in their leadership, which justifies investigating Greek generalship through the individual careers of commanders. The book discusses how these generals designed and executed military campaigns and strategy, and to what degree they were responsible for the results. The book also looks at how far the Greek art of command changed during the Classical Age, and how adaptable it was to different military challenges. Other questions involve the extent to which a general was a mere leader of the charge, a battle director or a strategist, and what made both ancient and modern authorities regard the aforementioned generals outstanding shapers of Greek military history. The book will appeal to readers who are new to, but interested in, ancient warfare and generalship. Original observations and analyses, in addition to informative notes and bibliography, should make the book attractive to experts too.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199985821 20170515
Green Library
527 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), maps, plans ; 28 cm.
This volumes contains 81 contributions on ancient wall painting presented in the form of papers and posters during the twelfth triennial meeting of the Association Internationale pour la Peinture Murale Antique (AIPMA) held at Athens from September 16 through September 20, 2013. 120 participants were guests of Radboud University Nijmegen and the Ecole Francaise d'Athenes, in collaboration with the Netherlands Institute at Athens, and the National Hellenic Research Foundation. In recent decades there has been a growing interest among researchers in the analysis of paintings in terms of their context rather than as expressions of art in and for itself. Therefore the conference focused on figural themes, and to the iconographical and iconological problems of paintings considered in relation to their specific contexts. Which messages images in wall painting, from the archaic to the late-antique period (ca 700 BC-AD 500) conveyed to contemporary viewers in specific contexts and how were they received? Many contributions in this volume zoom in on the rationale behind the use of specific motifs in wall paintings, the syntax of decorative systems in particular contexts, as well as specific fashions in the use of figural themes in determined areas or sites in the ancient world. Within the series of BABESCH supplements, this book is a sequel to the third one of 1993 which contains the proceedings of the fifth AIPMA conference in Amsterdam. The two editors have carried out extensive research in the field of ancient mural decorations, especially in the context of Roman houses, villas, and temples, and were members of subsequent AIPMA boards. While Eric Moormann was responsible for the organisation of the Amsterdam colloquium in 1992, Stephan Mols organised the Athens conference in 2013, the proceedings of which are presented in this BABESCH supplement. Both Mols and Moormann are members of the Institute for Historical, Literary and Cultural Studies of the Faculty of Arts of Radboud University at Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789042935297 20180115
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xvii, 254 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xiv, 353 pages : illustrations (some color), maps, plans ; 28 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xi, 394 pages : maps (some color), illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm.
Green Library
438 pages : illustrations (some color), charts, facsimiles ; 22 cm.
  • Identités des élites à chypre et dans l'orient latin -- The Ruling Christian Elite of Lusignan Cyprus (1192-1473) and the Extent to which it included non-Latin Christians / Nicholas Coureas -- Des bancs de l'université au service de l'État et de l'Église. Formations et carrières des élites urbaines chypriotes (1192-1570) / Philippe Trélat -- Échive de Montbéliard et Charlotte de Lusignan. Deux femmes issues de l'élite, impliquées dans la défense de l'île de Chypre au XIIIe et au XVe siècle / Cécile Khalifa -- Élites, royauté et collectivité dans le royaume latin de Jérusalem. Processus d'institutionnalisation des groupes dominants / Benjamin Bourgeois -- La noblesse moréote -- Noblesses moréote et chypriote, des réseaux sociaux avant l'heure/ Isabelle Ortega -- "Femme lige ou de simple hommage". Relation des dames au pouvoir dans la principauté de Morée (XIIIe-XVe siècle) / Marie Guérin -- Une source inédite pour la connaissance des élites de la Morée franque. Le testament de Marguerite de Mategrifon (1314) / Pierre-Joan Bernard -- Nouvelles et anciennes élites des Balkans -- Ordres religieux-militaires, seigneurs croisés et nouvelles élites laïques de Romanie et de Morée. Premières alliances et rivalités (1204-1212) / Marie-Anna Chevalier -- Élites autochtones et allogènes à l'aube de la principauté de Moldavie (XIVe-XVe siècles) / Stefan S. Gorovei et Maria Magdalena Székely -- Turkic Elites in Constantinople and Trebizond in 1261-1453. Some Comparative Notes / Rustam Shukurov -- Le royaume arménien de Cilicie face aux défis de son temps -- La cour royale du royaume arménien de Cilicie et ses relations avec les communautés chrétiennes / Azat Bozoyan -- The lineage of Adam (Siratan), regent for Zapel, Queen of Armenia / Samvel Grigoryan -- Manifestations of Mongol-Armenian Relations in the Royal Art of the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia. Study of the depiction of the robe of Prince Lewon in manuscript No. 8321 (Yerevan, Mesrop Magtoc` Research Institute of Ancient Manuscripts / Matenadaran, fol. 15r) / Gohar Grigoryan -- Les italiens en orient -- Les autonomies urbaines dans l'Outremer italien / Michel Balard -- S'assimiler pour régner ? Le cas des souverains italiens de l'Épire (XIVe-XVe siècles) / Brendan Osswald -- Les élites chrétiennes latines dans le sultanat mamelouk (XIIIe-XVe siècle). Le cas des communautés de marchands italiens / Pierre Moukarzel -- Désobéissances vénitiennes en territoire byzantin. Comment interpréter l'attitude des Vénitiens présents à Constantinople en 1453 ? / Pauline Guéna.
"La question des élites chrétiennes, dont la définition fait débat, permet de réfléchir à la place occupée par les catégories dominantes de la société, la manière dont elles se sont construites en tant que groupe social, et les unes par rapport aux autres. En dépit de leur diversité, on relève des facteurs d'unité au sein de ces élites, tels que la religion chrétienne, le lien viscéral avec la couronne ou, dans le cas des Italiens, avec les républiques maritimes. L'influence polymorphe exercée par ces acteurs du pouvoir permet d'envisager les différents enjeux de leur présence et de leur rôle en Méditerranée orientale, du XIIIe au XVe siècle."--Page 4 of cover.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xxvi, 430 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 31 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
ix, 212 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Introduction.- 1. The Western Mediterranean in the Age of Revolutions.- 2. Revolutionary Corsica, 1789-1793.- 3. Britain and the First Coalition in the Western Mediterranean, 1793.- 4. The Anglo-Corsican Kingdom, 1794-1796.- 5. The French Attack on Mediterranean Neutrality, 1794-1796.- 6. The Settling of the Western Mediterranean, 1796-1797.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319440774 20170515
This book investigates the conflict over control over the Western Mediterranean in the late eighteenth-century. The Western Mediterranean during the 1790s featured a constant struggle for control over the region. While most histories point to military events such as the Italian Campaign as descriptive of this struggle between the two competing ideological forces of Revolutionary France and the Counter-Revolutionary First Coalition led by Britain, this book takes a different approach. Rather than looking at the struggle between ideologies, this book looks at the struggle within those ideologies, arguing that the Western Mediterranean states were not simply the battlefields or the prizes of the struggle, but were active participants with goals of autonomy or neutrality. The focus stretches beyond conflict between France and Britain, into the adaptation of ideology for different uses in Tuscany, Toulon, Algiers, Spain, and especially Corsica.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319440774 20170515
Green Library