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Author Bilde, Pia Guldager.

Title Surveying the Greek Chora : the Black Sea Region in a Comparative Perspective
Published Santa Barbara : Aarhus University Press, 2006
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Contents Front Matter; Contents; Introduction; Issues in the Economic and Ecological Understanding of the Chora of the Classical Polis in its Social Context: A View from the Intensive Survey Tradition of the Greek Homeland; The More Unusual Dots on the Map: "Specia-Purpose" Sites and the Texture of Landscape; Exploring Community in the Hinterland of a Black Sea Port; The Territories of Istros and Kallatis; The Chorai of the Ancient Cities in the Lower Dniester Area (6th century Bc-3rd century Ad); The Rural Environs of Olbia: Some Problems of Current Importance
Archaeological Survey on the Lower Danube: Results and PerspectivesIndices; Contributors
Die Chora des pontischen Olbia: Die Hauptetappen der räumlich-strukturellen EntwicklungThe Chora of Kerkinitis; The Chora of Tauric Chersonesos and the Cadastre of the 4th-2nd Century Bc; Towards a Comparative Study of Chorai West and East: Metapontion and Chersonesos; Ancient Roads and Land Division in the Chorai of the European Bosporos and Chersonesos on the Evidence of Air Photographs, Mapping and Surface Surveys; Theodosia and its Chora in Antiquity; The Chora in the Bosporan Kingdom; The Chora of Nymphaion (6th century Bc-6th century Ad)
Summary This volume is the outcome of an international conference on landscape archaeology. It includes 15 contributions from participants from six different countries, who analyse the territories of the main ancient cities of the west, north and south coasts of the Black Sea region, discussing them also in a comparative, Mediterranean perspective. The particular aim of the conference was to join the forces of Eastern as well as Western researchers in establishing an overview of the relationship between the larger ancient cities and their territories. During the past 40 years, this particular field of
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Subject History.
Form Electronic book
Author Stolba, Vladimir
ISBN 8779349722