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History
Author: K. Mueller
ISBN: 9042917091
Subcategory: Ancient Civilizations
Pages 247 pages
Publisher Peeters Press (December 31, 2006)
Language English
Category: History
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eBook Settlements of the Ptolemies: City Foundations and New Settlements in the Hellenistic World (Studia Hellenistica) download

by K. Mueller


New settlement, relocation and migration have been part of human life right from the beginning. It is an essential ingredient of socio-economic life in antiquity and in the modern world. This book tells the history of new cities and settlement under the Ptolemies (332 to 30 BC).

New settlement, relocation and migration have been part of human life right from the beginning. They up-rooted, transferred, replanted and attracted people to new and old settlements throughout their realm.

In this study, the authors studies differential settlement at 28 built in Toyoda, Suwa City on the south side of Lake Suwa . deformation characteristic of foundation pit supporting.

In this study, the authors studies differential settlement at 28 built in Toyoda, Suwa City on the south side of Lake Suwa, Nagano. Prefecture over a period of five years from when the houses were newly built. Studies show that an adjacent bridge will have a significant impact on subsidence characteristics and mechanical behavior of the foundation pit wall; with the increasing of excavation depth, the settlement of bridge pier would increase; with approach distance decreasing, the settlement of bridge pier showed a trend of decrease after the first increase; for adjacent excavation, the effect to bridge pier can be.

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City Foundations and New Settlement in the Hellenistic World (43) . Anatolia between Ptolemies and Seleucids in the third century BC .

City Foundations and New Settlement in the Hellenistic World (43), Leuven: Peeters 2006, in "Sehepunkte. Rezensionsjournal für die ft", 7 (2007). Galatian raids in Anatolia . A coalition of Pisidians, Paeonians and Agrianians with Galatians against Tlos, a Lycian fortress. The symbol of the spear, usually associated to Hellenistic kings both in poetry and in the visual arts, represents the martial aspect of the ruler, who, with the protection of the gods, conquers and preserves his domain, the spear-won land (dorivkthtoı cwvra).

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STUDIA HELLENISTICA 53 THE AGE OF THE SUCCESSORS AND THE CREATION OF THE HELLENISTIC KINGDOMS (323-276 . Erskine surveys the rapports between democracy in the cities and divine honours for the Successors, arguing that the democratic process played a crucial role in the granting of such honours, so that ruler cult impacted the civic com- munity not only on a religious but also on a political level.

Unlike the Seleukid's the Ptolemies did not at first glance create numerous eye-catching cities. However evidence can be found of settlement of Macedonian Greeks in more rural areas, and Katja Mueller makes it plain that the Ptolemies did have a settlement policy, focusing her attention on the plethora of surviving demotic papyri, and analysing Hellenistic toponyms rather than relying on the literary sources.