N2 - After a chapter on the origins of history, Mathisen, who holds appointments in history, classics, and medieval studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, discusses ancient Mediterranean civilization from prehistory to a. The chapters most pertinent to the NT field include those on Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic age, the rise of Rome and the Roman republic, the decline of the republic and the founding of the principate, the Roman peace, the formation of the late Roman empire, and the Christian empire and the late Roman world. Throughout Mathisen stresses evolution and continuity, connections, causality, and cultural diffusion and diversity. AB - After a chapter on the origins of history, Mathisen, who holds appointments in history, classics, and medieval studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, discusses ancient Mediterranean civilization from prehistory to a.
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Bryn Mawr Classical Review
Anyone who has taught a survey course on ancient Mediterranean history has faced the challenge of finding a satisfying textbook. As a result, whoever seeks to offer students a more balanced initiation to the wide-ranging sets of cultures, states, and historical dynamics that made up the ancient Mediterranean is forced to complement the said textbook with a selection of readings for all the weeks where something else than Greek and Roman history is planned. That was certainly my case, until I came across Ralph W. Compared to other recent textbooks available in English, AMC does indeed offer the broadest and most thorough coverage of ancient Mediterranean history, and a significantly less Graeco-Roman-centric outline. Based on this, I assigned AMC to the c. This review therefore stems from both a scholarly and a pedagogical perspective.
Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations: From Prehistory to 640 CE