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The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 7 articles: Jack Cargill, 'The Nabonidus Chronicle and the Fall of Lydia', Erich S. Gruen, 'M. Licinius Crassus. A Review Article', A. Sachs, 'Achaemenid Royal Names in Babylonian Astronomical Texts', D.R. Shackleton Bailey, 'Brothers or Cousins?', Judith P. Hallett, 'Perusinae Glandes and the Changing Image of Augustus', Richard F. Thomas, 'L. Lucullus' Triumphal Agnomen', A.B. Bosworth, 'Tacitus and Asinius Gallus'.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-4632-0629-1
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Sep 6,2016
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 103
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0629-1
$54.00

The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 7 articles: Jack Cargill, 'The Nabonidus Chronicle and the Fall of Lydia', Erich S. Gruen, 'M. Licinius Crassus. A Review Article', A. Sachs, 'Achaemenid Royal Names in Babylonian Astronomical Texts', D.R. Shackleton Bailey, 'Brothers or Cousins?', Judith P. Hallett, 'Perusinae Glandes and the Changing Image of Augustus', Richard F. Thomas, 'L. Lucullus' Triumphal Agnomen', A.B. Bosworth, 'Tacitus and Asinius Gallus'.

The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 7 articles: Jack Cargill, 'The Nabonidus Chronicle and the Fall of Lydia', Erich S. Gruen, 'M. Licinius Crassus. A Review Article', A. Sachs, 'Achaemenid Royal Names in Babylonian Astronomical Texts', D.R. Shackleton Bailey, 'Brothers or Cousins?', Judith P. Hallett, 'Perusinae Glandes and the Changing Image of Augustus', Richard F. Thomas, 'L. Lucullus' Triumphal Agnomen', A.B. Bosworth, 'Tacitus and Asinius Gallus'.

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  • Table of Contents (page 5)
  • Contents of Volume 2 (page 6)
  • The Nabonidus Chronicle and the Fall of Lydia (Jack Cargill) (page 7)
    • I. The Problem (page 7)
    • II. The Nabonidus Chronicle and Its Key Passage (page 8)
    • III. Scholarship on the Nabonidus Chronicle (page 9)
      • A. Early Uncertainties (page 9)
      • B. Smith Kills Croesus (page 11)
      • C. Contumacious Unbelievers (page 12)
      • D. Cracks in the Consensus (page 13)
    • IV. Conclusions (page 17)
      • A. The Fate of the Conquered King (page 17)
      • B. The Damaged Toponym and the Inferred Conquest of Lydia in 547 B.C. (page 18)
    • Notes (page 20)
  • M. Licinius Crassus: A Review Article (Erich S. Gruen) (page 27)
    • Notes (page 36)
  • Achaemenid Royal Names in Babylonian Astronomical Texts (A. Sachs) (page 39)
    • Appendix: A new fragment referring to Arses and Alexander (page 56)
  • Brothers or Cousins? (D. R. Shackleton Bailey) (page 58)
    • Notes (page 60)
  • Perusinae Glandes and the Changing Image of Augustus (Judith P. Hallett) (page 61)
    • I. Perusinae Glandes (page 62)
    • II. The Implications of the Perusinae Glandes (page 64)
    • III. Martial 11.20 (page 70)
    • IV. The Implications of Martial 11.20 (page 71)
    • Notes (page 74)
  • L. Lucullus' Triumphal Agnomen (Richard F. Thomas) (page 82)
    • Notes (page 82)
  • Tacitus and Asinius Gallus (A. B. Bosworth) (page 83)
    • Notes (page 97)
  • About the American Journal of Ancient History (page 103)