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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Athens (Greece),
  • Greece,
  • Athens

Subjects:

  • Cavalry -- Greece -- Athens -- History.,
  • Athens (Greece) -- History, Military.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementGlenn Richard Bugh.
ContributionsCenter for Hellenic Studies (Washington, D.C.)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsU33 .B84 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 271 p., [8] p. of plates :
Number of Pages271
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2527913M
ISBN 100691055300
LC Control Number88003210

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Integrated into a narrative history of the cavalry from the Archaic period through the Hellenistic age is a detailed analysis of a military and social organization the members of which came predominantly from the upper classes of Athens. Integrated into a narrative history of the cavalry from the Archaic period through the Hellenistic age is a detailed analysis of a military and social organization the members of which came predominantly from the upper classes of ed on: J The Horsemen of Athens; Glenn Richard Bugh ; Book; Published by: Princeton University Press; Series: Princeton Legacy Library. Chapter One. Aristocratic Horsemen of Archaic Athens; Chapter Two. Cavalry of Empire; Chapter Three. The Peloponnesian War; Chapter Four. The Year of the Thirty Tyrants; Chapter Five. The Athenian Cavalry in the Age of Philip of Macedon; Chapter Six. The Horsemen of Hellenistic Athens; APPENDIX A. Ages of the Horsemen of the Pythais; Appendix B.

  The Horsemen of Athens. Series:Princeton Legacy Library PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS ,95 € / $ / £* Add to Cart. eBook (PDF) Course Book Publication Date: Free shipping for non-business customers when ordering books at De Gruyter Online. Please find details to our shipping fees here. RRP: Recommended Retail Cited by: CHAPTER SIX The Horsemen of Hellenistic Athens (pp. ) The third century B.C. marks a very difficult and confused period in Athenian history. In foreign policy, the Athenians had to deal with the ambitions of a succession of Macedonian dynasts and the presence of Macedonian garrisons on Attic soil.   The Horsemen of Athens (Princeton Legacy Library) Hardcover – 3 May by Glenn Richard Bugh (Author)Author: Glenn Richard Bugh. In BCE, after the victory of Xerxes I at the Battle of Thermopylae, all of Boeotia fell to the Achaemenid Army. The two cities that had resisted Xerxes, Thespiae and Plataea, were captured and razed. Attica was also left open to invasion, and the remaining population of Athens was thus evacuated, with the aid of the Allied fleet, to Salamis. The Peloponnesian Allies began to .

The Four Horsemen are figures in Christian faith, appearing in the New Testament 's final book, Revelation, an apocalypse written by John of Patmos, as well as in the Old Testament 's prophetic Book of Zechariah, and in the Book of Ezekiel, where they are named as punishments from God.   Integrated into a narrative history of the cavalry from the Archaic period through the Hellenistic age is a detailed analysis of a military and social organization the members of which came predominantly from the upper classes of Athens. Holdings Library Blmgtn - Herman B Wells Library Call Number UB84 Location Checked out Due: ×. Glenn Bugh has written an informative and thorough account of the role of horsemen in the history of ancient Athens. He grounds his work firmly in the previous scholarship, which ranges from the last major study published in to more recent general studies about horsemen and warfare.