4 edition of Studies in ancient Greek topography. found in the catalog.
Studies in ancient Greek topography.
W. Kendrick Pritchett
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Ancient Greece had many map makers who undertook groundbreaking cartography. Greek cartographers were interested in the size and shape of the world, as well as the science it took to find that information. The ancient Romans used maps for military and political gain. They focused mainly on mapping within their empire.
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This seventh volume of Prof. Pritchett's studies, correlating topography with ancient texts, seeks to identify the sites and routes in Philip's campaign in northwest Greece in B.C. (Polybios), his march on Thermon in (Polybios), Demosthenes' campaign in Aitolia in (Thucydides), Agesilaos' campaign in Akarnania in (Xenophon), the march of the Romans.
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