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Review: The Greek East

Reviewed Works: Roma e le poleis: L’intervento di Roma nelle controversie territoriali tra le comunitá greche di Grecia e d’Asia Minore nel secondo secolo a.C.: Le testimonianze epigrafiche (Tripodes 10). Pp. 263, table 1, maps 12. Scuola Archeologica Italiana di Atene, Athens 2009. €50. ISBN 978-960-98397-3-0 (cloth). by Francesco Camia; Eager to Be Roman: Greek Response to Roman Rule in Pontus and Bithynia. Pp. x + 166, figs. 6, table 1, map 1. Duckworth, London 2009. $80. ISBN 978-0-7156-3753-1 (cloth). by Jesper Majbom Madsen; Pathways to Power: Civic Elites in the Eastern Part of the Roman Empire (Tripodes 6). Pp. 314, figs. 24, tables 5, plans 8, map 1. Scuola Archeologia Italiana di Atene, Athens 2008. €70. ISBN 978-960-98397-0-9 (cloth). by Athanasios D. Rizakis and Francesco Camia; Lokale Identität im Römischen Nahen Osten: Kontexte und Perspektiven (Oriens et Occidens 18). Pp. 340, figs. 124, plans 18, maps 5. Franz Steiner, Stuttgart 2009. €64. ISBN 978-3-515-09377-4 (cloth). by Michael Blömer, Margherita Facella, and Engelbert Winter
Review by: Andrea U. De Giorgi
American Journal of Archaeology
Vol. 115, No. 3 (July 2011), pp. 489-493
DOI: 10.3764/aja.115.3.0489
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Page Count: 5
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