The ancient world = L'antiquité

edited by Philip de Souza and Pascal Arnaud ; general editor, Christian Buchet

(The sea in history = La mer dans l'histoire, 1)

Boydell Press, 2017

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Includes bibliographical references



An assessment of how important the sea was in the development of the ancient world. How important has the sea been in the development of human history? Very important indeed is the conclusion of this ground-breaking four volume work. The books bring together the world's leading maritime historians, who address the question of what difference the sea has made in relation to around 250 situations ranging from the earliest times to the present. They consider, across the entire world, subjects related to human migration, trade, economic development, warfare, the building of political units including states and empires, the dissemination of ideas, culture and religion, and much more, showing how the sea was crucial to all these aspects of human development. The Sea in History - The Ancient World ranges very widely in its coverage, beginning with pre-historical maritime activity and going on to cover not only the classical Greek and Roman Mediterranean and Near Eastern worlds but also Africa, Asia and the Americas. Fascinating subjects covered include the migration of the Taino people in the pre-historic Caribbean, the Athenian maritime empire at its height, the port of Alexandria in classical times, andships, sailors and kingdoms in ancient Southeast Asia. 25 of the contributions are in English; 18 are in French. PHILIP DE SOUZA is Associate Professor of Classics at University College Dublin. PASCAL ARNAUD is Professor of the History of the Roman World at the University of Lyon II, Senior Fellow at Institut Universitaire de France and co-director of the ERC-funded Grant Portus-Limen. CHRISTIAN BUCHET is Professor ofMaritime History, Catholic University of Paris, Scientific Director of Oceanides and a member of l'Academie de marine.


Introduction - Pascal Arnaud (Universite Lyon 2, Institut Universitaire de France) La mer est le propre d'Homo sapiens - Pascal Picq (College de France, Paris) Maritime aspects of early Andean civilizations - Daniel Sandweiss (University of Maine) Une approche maritime et archipelique de l'occupation amerindienne des Antilles - Benoit Berard (Universite des Antilles et de la Guyane) The Taino of the Caribbean: six thousand years of seafaring and cultural development - Richard T. Callaghan (University of Calgary) The importance of the sea for prehistoric societies in Western Europe - Barry Cunliffe (Oxford University) Peche et interactions entre la Moyenne Vallee du fleuve Senegal et le littoral atlantique Senegalo-Mauritanien durant le dernier millenaire BC - Alioune Deme (University Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar) The sea and early societies in the Japanese islands - Mark J. Hudson (Mt Fuji World Heritage Centrefor Mountain Research and the Museum of Natural and Environmental History, Shizuoka) Developpement maritime de la civilisation oceanienne - Emmanuel Descleves (French Naval Academy) Watercraft at the beginning of history: the case of third-millennium Southern Mesopotamia - Ariel M. Bagg (Ruprech-Karls-Universitat Heidelberg) La navigation fluviale sur l'Euphrate au second millenaire av. J.-C. : usages, enjeux et communautes de pratiques - Gregory Chambon (University of Western Brittany) The development of maritime exchange in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean - Caroline Sauvage (Loyola Maramount University) Development of maritime trade in the Egyptian world during the Late Bronze Age - Graciela Gestoso Singer (Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina) Les Peuples de la Mer - Pierre Grandet (Institut Francais Kheops) Un evenement nautique de la XXVIe dynastie : le voyage de la future divine adoratrice Nitocris de Sais a Thebes sous le regne de Psammetique Ier en 655 av. J.-C. - Sydney Herve Aufrere (CNRS, University of Aix- Mediterranean ship technology in Antiquity - Julian Whitewright (University of Southampton) Greek colonization, connectivity, and the Middle Sea - Carla Antonaccio (Duke University) Les infrastructures portuaires antiques - Pascal Arnaud (Universite Lyon 2, Institut Universitaire de France) Alexandria and the sea in Hellenistic and Roman times - Emad Khalil (Alexandria University) The development of Roman maritime trade after the Second Punic War - Michele Stefanile (Universita di Napoli) La mer et l'approvisionnement de la ville de Rome - Catherine Virlouvet (Ecole Francaise de Rome) The Roman Empire and the seas - Phyllis Culham (US Naval Academy, Annapolis) Les techniques de peche dans l'Antiquite - Arnaud Zucker (University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis) The consumption of salted fish in the Roman Empire - Benedict Lowe (Maynooth University) Taxing the sea - Nicholas Purcell (University of Oxford) Les detroits mediterraneens dans la construction de l'image de la mer Interieure dans l'Antiquite - Arthur Haushalter (Casa Velazquez, Madrid) Ancient sea routes in the Black Sea - Sergey Saprykin (Moscow State University) Maritime risk and ritual responses: sailing with the gods in the Ancient Mediterranean - Sandra Blakely (Emory University) La mer, vecteur d'expansion du christianisme au Ier siecle - Chantal Reynier (Facultes jesuites de Paris, Centre Sevres) Maritime military practices in the pre-Phoenician Levant - Juan-Pablo Vita (Spanish National Research Council, Madrid) La naissance des flottes en Egee - Jean-Nicolas Corvisier (University of Artois) The Athenian maritime empire of fifth century BC - Philip de Souza (University College Dublin) Financial, human, material and economic resources required to build and operate navies in the classical Greek world - Vincent Gabrielsen (University of Copenhagen) Les expeditions atheniennes en Sicile, ou la difficulte pour une marine de garder sa superiorite - Daniel Battesti (University of Franche-Comte) & Laurene Leclercq (University of Franche-Comte) Pourquoi Alexandre le Grand a-t-il choisi de licencier sa flotte a Milet? - Olivier Battistini (University of Corsica) Hellenistic and Roman republican naval warfare technology - William M. Murray (University of South Florida) La marine de guerre romaine de 284 a 363 - Yann Le Bohec (University Paris IV-Sorbonne) Rome and the Vandals - Andrew Merrills (University of Leicester) L'ocean Indien dans l'Antiquite: science, commerce et geopolitique - Didier Marcotte (University of Rheims) Ancient seafaring in Eastern African Indian Ocean waters - Felix Chami (University of Dar es Salam) Early China and the Indian Ocean Networks - Tansen Sen (Baruch College, City University of New York) The mobility of people and ideas on the seas of Ancient India - Fabrizia Baldissera (Universita degli studi di Firenze) Ships, sailors and kingdoms of Ancient Southeast Asia - John Miksic (National University of Singapore) La violence maritime comme reflet du contexte geopolitique : une piraterie sui generis dans l'Asie du Sud-est des premieres cites-entrepots indianisees - Eric Frecon (French Ecole Navale) Conclusion - Pascal Arnaud (Universite Lyon 2, Institut Universitaire de France)

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