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Meetings of Cultures (Paperback)

Between Conflicts & Coexistence

Ancient History > Ancient Greece & the Hellenistic World

Imprint: Aarhus University Press
Series: Black Sea Studies
Pages: 422
Illustrations: b/w photos & illus
ISBN: 9788779344198
Published: 30th April 2009
Casemate UK Academic

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Meetings of cultures arouse strong feelings. In this volume, nineteen scholars from Denmark, France, Georgia, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Russia, and Ukraine present a profound discussion covering various topics from the physical arena of the colonial encounters, to the layout of land and protection of cities, to the dynamics of the cultural exchange, to the perception of how it was to be Greek in the Pontic realm, and finally, to be reciprocal strategies exerted by the Greeks and Scythians in the Olbia as described in Herodotos's Skythian Tale. Through the many-sided contributions it is revealed how the self and the other are two sides of the same coin - yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

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